Focusing on Safe, Clean, and Efficient Detention
Please follow the link below to view the most recent list of detainees currently being housed at the Hoquiam Department of Corrections.
*Note: This link will take you off our website to a County Wide Consolidated Detention Roster
- During regular business hours (9AM-5PM), bail may be posted over at the Hoquiam Municipal Court.
- After normal business hours, bail may be posted at the Hoquiam Police Department. Bail may be posted with cash only unless a valid bail bond is used
- Visitation of inmates is allowed on Wednesdays from 9:00AM to 5:00PM.
- Visitors must sign in upon arrival.
- Visitors must provide a valid and current picture ID.
- Inmate visits will be no longer than 20 minutes.
- Visitors must be 18 years of age otherwise accompanied by an adult
- Visitors will not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs upon arrival.
- All visitors may be subject to search prior to entering the jail facility.
- Visitors may refuse to be searched, but they will not be allowed to enter the facility.
- Visitors who are a witness or victim in a pending criminal matter involving the inmate they wish to see will be denied visitation.
- Visitors shall not have outstanding warrants for their arrest or be prohibited from contact with inmate due to a restraining order or protection order.
- Inmates have the right to decline visitation.
- Personal items brought into the station for an inmate will not be accepted, with the exception of prescription medication which is properly packaged and identified.
- We do not accept marijuana for any reason inside the jail
- All inmate mail intended for or sent by inmates of the Hoquiam City Jail, excluding legal mail, may be subject to inspection by the on duty Police Services Officer (s). Mail may be disapproved for receipt in accordance with WAC 137-48-040.
- Cash, checks, and money orders are discouraged to be sent through mail.
- No mail of a sexually explicit nature or that could be detrimental or endanger the safety and well-being of the inmates shall be accepted at the jail.
- Mail sent to an inmate who is from a person involved in a court order or court proceedings shall not be accepted.
- Mail containing illegal items or contraband shall be held and disposed of in accordance with the procedures set forth in WAC 137-36-040.
- The Hoquiam Police Department is not responsible for the loss of any mail, cash, or items the mail may contain.
- For inmates court hearing and appearances, contact the Hoquiam Municipal Court during normal business hours (9AM-5PM). Do not contact the Hoquiam Police Department for this information.
- Police staff cannot give legal advice, if you have questions about court proceedings or legal process, please contact an attorney.
- Hoquiam Municipal Court- (360) 532-5700 ext. 235
- Hoquiam City Jail - (360) 532-0892 ext. 120
- DOC Office - (360) 249-5080
- Northwest Surety- (360) 249-2526
- Jail Sucks- (360) 532-5000
- DOC Office - (360) 249-5080
- AAA Bail Bonds- (360) 533-2122