Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Minors Unit Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: July 14, 2021
520-574-0024
10000 South Wilmot, Tuscon, AZ, 85734
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The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit is under the management of the Arizona Department of Corrections. The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit is a maximum-security facility that houses adult males. However, the facility also has a minimum-security unit on the property as well.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit is situated in Tuscon, Arizona. This is about 50 miles away from Chicago. The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit typically houses around 2,200 inmates on a daily basis. The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit opened its doors back in 1860.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit is the second prison that was built in Arizona. However, the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit is one of the most famous prisons due to the facility housing John Dillinger who was a bank robber but released on parole back in 1933.

However, the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit also made an appearance in the ITV documentary, Inside Death Row with Trevor McDonald.

The Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit has a history dating back to 1859. This is when the state of Arizona legislature granted nearly $50,000 for the facility to be built. Back then it was to be named State Prison West as opposed to the first facility that was called State Prison East, which was located in Jeffersonville, Arizona.

The reason behind the new facility was space in the State Prison East, which lead the new facility to be built in Tuscon.

It was not until 1860 when the land was bought for the facility. The land cost around $4,500. Charles Seely was the first warden of the facility. Seely was the superintendent that was in charge of the construction, along with doing general handyman jobs.

The first facility was built was known as the temporary prison building, which was composed of red brick and 200-feet long. A year after the Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit opened its doors, the facility used its inmates to start constructing the permanent facility. The inmates were getting paid o9nly $0.38 a day.

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Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson - Rincon Minors Unit
10000 South Wilmot, Tuscon, AZ, 85734

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Jail Name Arizona State Prison Complex Tucson – Rincon Minors Unit
Jail Type State Prison
State Arizona
County Pima County
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Address 10000 South Wilmot, Tuscon, AZ, 85734
City Tuscon
Zip 85734
Phone 520-574-0024

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