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About Prison

The local jail facility for Umatilla County, Oregon, is the Umatilla County Correctional Facility, which is located in Pendleton.  This facility has 252 beds, which allows it enough space to protect the public while still providing an environment that protects the safety and health of both inmates and staff. The average annual intake for the facility is 4,383 inmates, though many of these inmates only have very short stays in the facility. 

As a local jail facility, the Umatilla County Correctional Facility serves multiple functions.  It is the primary initial holding facility for the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office, as well as many other local law enforcement agencies.  It functions as a pre-trial detention facility for inmates who are being held for trial and who have not had bail set or have been unable to make bail.  It may hold inmates who have had their trials and are awaiting sentencing.  It may hold inmates who have been sentenced and are awaiting transfer to another facility for their punishment.  It may hold inmates who are usually at other facilities, but are in Umatilla County Correctional Facility in order to appear in court or as part of a transfer process to other correctional facilities.  Finally, it may hold inmates who have been scheduled to serve their sentences in a local jail facility.

Staff at the Umatilla County Correctional Facility are certified through the state of Oregon.  They must have 40 hours of training each year to ensure that they are current with law enforcement standards.  The Umatilla County Correctional Facility has 32 full-time staff, working 12-hour shifts, along with an additional 19 support staff.

The jail has a number of different programs, which are aimed at improving living conditions within the jail as well as reducing recidivism rates upon release.  These programs include In-Patient Alcohol and Drug Treatment, Anger Management Programs, religious service, and GED programming.

Community outreach is another goal of the Umatilla County Correctional Facility.  As a result, the facility has partnered with area schools for two different types of programs, which involve tours of the facility for high school students.  The first program is aimed at youthful offenders who have Minor in Possession (MIP) convictions; they are invited to come to the jail and speak with the Alcohol and Drug class. The goal is to allow inmates who have experienced negative repercussions because of alcohol or drug usage to interact with students and hopefully help them avoid making the same choices.  The other program is a Leadership Program, which focuses on students with a desire to pursue careers in law enforcement or criminal justice.  This tour allows students to see how the jail functions.

Umatilla County Correctional Facility Addresses

Physical Address

Umatilla County Correctional Facility/ Umatilla County Sheriff Office
4700 NW Pioneer Place
Pendleton, OR 97801

Mailing Address

The Umatilla County Correctional Facility’s mailing address for non-inmate mail is just the jail’s regular street address:

Umatilla County Correctional Facility/ Umatilla County Sheriff Office
4700 NW Pioneer Place
Pendleton, OR 97801

Inmate Mailing Address

The Umatilla County Correctional Facility inmate mailing addresses is the same as the physical address and the mailing address for non-inmate mail.   

Inmate Name
Umatilla County Correctional Facility
4700 NW Pioneer Place
Pendleton, OR 97801

The Umatilla County Correctional Facility’s official mail policy is that it will ensure that inmates confined to the facility can send and receive mail.  The jail will balance the inmates’ rights to send and receive mail with the safety and security needs of the facility.  This can mean different things under different circumstances.  Keeping in mind that for personal, non-legal communications, inmates do not enjoy a right to privacy, the jail will search incoming and outgoing mail for contraband and may monitor the contents of such mail.

There are some materials and contents that are prohibited by the jail facility.  These include, but may not be limited to, illegal items like drugs and weapons, as well as items that would be legal outside of a jail facility, but cannot be mailed into a jail facility.  Examples of such items include things like food, drinks, tobacco, over-the-counter medications, prescription medications, sexually explicit material, nudity, violent material, pornographic material, gang signs, racist material, bigoted material, gang-related material, and material that could be used to help plan a jail break.

Inmates are permitted to receive pictures, but there may be limits on the number and type of photos that an inmate can receive.  Inmates usually cannot have photos that are greater than 4x6 inches in size.  Inmates cannot receive Polaroid or Polaroid-type photographs.

Inmates can receive published materials at the jail, as long as those published materials otherwise comply with rules about inmate mail.  In addition, these published materials must be sent either by the publisher or an authorized retailer.  The materials must be new and they must be softcover.  No hardcover or spiral bindings are permitted.

Phone Number

The main phone number for the Umatilla County Correctional Facility is 541-966-3600.

In many jail facilities, inmates are only permitted to make outgoing phone calls and there is no way to leave messages for inmates.  The Umatilla County Correctional Facility actually has a system in place so that you can leave messages for inmates.  While inmates still cannot receive incoming phone calls, they can get messages.  There is a charge for this service.  If you want to leave a voicemail for an inmate, you can call 14-866-516-0115 and follow the prompts to leave a message.  Your message can be up to 3 minutes in length.  The approximate cost for leaving a message is $1.25, though rates may vary slightly.

Umatilla County Jail Roster

On the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office Jail roster, you can pull up a complete list of inmates that gives you an overview of all of the inmates in custody, including booking number, name, booking date, arresting agency, arrest location, and status.  When you pull up an individual inmate’s record, you get more information about that inmate, including: a booking photo/ mugshot, age, sex, race, height, weight, hair color, eye color, description of their build, complexion, booking date, arresting agency, arrest date, arrest location, the charges against them, the bail amount for each charge, and the total bail amount.

In VINELink, the Victims Information Network Everyday, you can search for information about an inmate’s custody status.  You can also register to be notified if an offender has any change in status, including being released, transferred, escaped, died, or changing parole or probation status.

Current Inmate List

Although the Umatilla County Correctional Facility does not maintain a dedicated list of recent arrests, their Jail roster is arranged by date.  You can find the most recently booked inmates by looking at the top of the list.


Although the Umatilla County Correctional Facility does not have a dedicated mugshot database, it does have mugshots/ booking photos of inmates available in its Jail roster.


The Umatilla County Correctional Facility encourages friends and family to visit inmates as a way to help maintain healthy and positive relationships.  It considers visitation to be a critical part of the facility’s management and inmate rehabilitation, but is also aware the visitation poses one of the biggest opportunities to introduce danger to both the jail environment and the outside community.

Visitation days are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.  There is no visitation on holidays.  You may schedule visits up to one week in advance.  You have to schedule visits with the Jail Reception office during regular business hours.  Those regular business hours are Monday through Friday, from 7:30am to 11:30am and 12:30pm to 4:30pm.  The office is closed from 11:30am to 12:30pm for lunch.  You can call Jail Reception at 541-966-3632 to schedule a visit.

Female inmate visitation hours are 10:00am to 10:30am and 3:00pm to 4:00pm.  Male inmate visits are 7:30am to 8:00am, 8:30am to 9:30am; 1:00pm to 1:30pm, and 2:00pm to 2:30pm.

Visitors must be approved by the jail before they will be permitted to visit.  Reasons that the jail might deny a visitor’s application would be if the visitor previously introduced contraband into a correctional facility, there is evidence that the visitor would introduce contraband, the visitor has previously disrupted the facility during visitation, and the visitor is a victim of the crime for which the inmate is incarcerated.

Inmate Phone Privileges

Inmates at the Umatilla County Correctional Facility are allowed to place outgoing phone calls.  These phone calls may be collect calls or they may be charged to the inmate’s phone account.  The Umatilla County Correctional Facility uses Telmate for its phone services.

An inmate who wishes to make a phone call only has to dial the recipient’s phone number.  As the recipient, you will hear an automated message that you are receiving a phone call from the inmate at the Umatilla County Correctional Facility.  You will be given the option of accepting the call.  The first phone call to an individual is free for a brief period of time, so that the inmate can inform you of the location and explain how calls work.  After that time, the inmate is put on hold so that the recipient can arrange to pay for the call.  Recipients can arrange to pay via credit card for the current call, deposit funds to allow inmates to continue the call and also to make additional calls to other numbers, or deposit funds only to allow the inmate to make calls to your number.

In addition to making deposits during an inmate’s initial phone call, you can make deposits online at Telmate’s website; over the phone by calling Telmate’s toll free number at 1-866-516-0115; or in the lobby kiosk that is located in the jail facility.  The lobby kiosk takes cash and credit cards.

If you wish to leave a voicemail for an inmate, you can leave a message that is up to three minutes in length by calling 1-866-516-0115 and following the prompts.  There is a charge for this service, with messages costing around $1.25.

If you want to block calls from inmates, you can call 1-866-516-0115.  Call from the number you want to have blocked.  You will speak with a live operator, who can block jail calls.

In addition to phone privileges, inmates at the Umatilla County Jail have access to tablets in their dorms.  Inmates can send and receive messages and pictures to and from approved contacts.  They can also access books, movies, music, and online training resources.  To set up an account for an inmate to access a tablet, you can call 1-866-516-0115 or visit the tablet specific Telmate website at

Inmate Trust Accounts / Commissary

Inmates can use the canteen or commissary services provided at the Umatilla County Correctional Facility to purchase items that are not supplied to inmates by the jail.  Examples of the types of items that inmates can purchase using the commissary include things like snacks, drinks, writing supplies, art supplies, hygiene products, health and beauty products, over the counter medications, clothing, and entertainment supplies.

You can put money in an inmate’s trust account in a variety of ways.  Telmate provides the services for inmate trust accounts, just like it provides services for inmate phone accounts.  Therefore, you can make deposits to trust accounts in the same ways that you make deposits to phone accounts: in person, online, and over the phone.  To make deposits in person, you will need to come to the jail facility.  There is a kiosk in the lobby, where you can use cash or credit cards to make deposits to Telmate for the inmate to use in his or her trust account.  You can call Telmate 24/7 at their toll free number, which is 1-866-516-0115, and a customer service representative will help you will inmate account deposits.  Telmate customer service representatives are U.S. based and bi-lingual.  You can also make deposits online.  To do so, visit Telmate’s website at  There is a fee for using Telmate’s services.

Bail Information

For help with information for posting bail for an inmate being held at the Umatilla County Correctional Facility, you can contact the Umatilla County Correctional Facility’s reception desk by calling them at 541-276-7824.  Inmates may be given a cash bond or the option for a bail bond.  If you have a bail bond and retain the services of a third-party surety, keep in mind that any fees paid to the surety are non-refundable.


The Umatilla County Correctional Facility is a local jail facility in Pendleton, Oregon.  Its primary function is the pre-trial detention of inmates who have been arrested in Umatilla County, whether by the Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office or other local law enforcement agencies.  In addition, it has set its goal at increasing inmate safety and establishing the type of jail programming that not only helps ensure a safer jail and a safer community, but also helps decrease recidivism rates once an inmate is released from jail.  These jail programs are augmented by the jail’s policies, which are designed to help facilitate inmates maintaining relationships with friends and family on the outside of the jail facility.  This is done through the jail’s visitation programs, as well as jail calling programs, inmate access to tablets for communications, and a liberal jail mail policy.

The work that the staff at the Umatilla County Jail has done to improve conditions for inmates and for workers has shown results in the last several years, and these results have gained statewide recognition. Umatilla County Jail is proud of its staff, and Jail Administrator Captain Stewart Harp was named Jail Commander of the year by the Oregon State Jail Command Council at a meeting of the Oregon State Sheriff’s Association (OSSA) Annual Conference.  One of the reasons that Captain Harp was recognized was because of his ability to overcome some of the challenges that are inherent in hiring and retaining qualified jail employees.  The result is that the jail is staffed with Certified Corrections Officers, as opposed to a mix of certified and non-certified officers.  This is due to the positive working environment that Captain Harp helped shape, which not only impacts employees, but also has a positive impact on inmates.


Year Built or Opened: 1999 Warden or Supervisor: Jail Administrator Captain Stewart Harp Daily Inmate Count: 194 Total Capacity: 252 Security Level(s): minimum - maximum

Inmate Name
Umatilla County Correctional Facility
4700 NW Pioneer Place
Pendleton, OR 97801

Phone Number(s): 541-966-3657
Fax Number: 541-278-5496
Email Address: [email protected]

4700 Northwest Pioneer Place Pendleton, OR 97801

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