Natrona Regional Detention Center, WY Inmate Roster

Updated on: October 31, 2021
Natrona Regional Detention Center

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Monday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Friday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Holiday Closed

Natrona Regional Detention Center Basic Information

Facility Name
Natrona Regional Detention Center
Facility Type
County Jail
1120 Bruce Lane, Casper, WY, 82601
Postal Code
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If you are searching for a friend or loved one in Wyoming, it can be difficult to know exactly where to go or what to do.

During this challenging time, you can use this guide to help you search for an inmate in the Natrona Regional Detention Center in Wyoming. From there, you will be able to send mail, money, visit, and talk to them.

General Information

Natrona Regional Detention Center is located at 1120 Bruce Lane, Casper, WY, 82601. This is a county jail which means prisoners sentenced here will not be here longer than 3-years. Those who are sentenced longer than 3-years will serve their time in a state prison.

The mission of Natrona Regional Detention Center is to keep the community safe by providing a safe, secure place for offenders. They also seek to rehabilitate prisons by offering them rights, privileges, and resources.

How to Search for an Inmate

The first thing you need to do before anything else is ensure the person you are looking for is in fact at the Natrona Regional Detention Center in Wyoming.

To search for an inmate, you can visit the County Sheriff website. Type in the first and last name of the offender you are looking for. There is an orange bar at the top of the page where you can do this.

You can also call 307-235-9234 to get general prisoner information such as whether a prisoner is at the facility or not.

After you have completed your search, you will want to write down pertinent information such as the offender’s date of birth, arrest date, booking number, and any other information you think you may need.

This information will help you to be able to send mail, speak to an inmate, and visit. Information on the website is updated twice per hour.

Staying in Contact with an Inmate

Research has shown that inmate’s who have positive friends and relatives who stay in contact with them have a greater chance of rehabilitation.

Because those who have a positive support system can be rehabilitated more easily, the Natrona Regional Detention Center encourages friends and family to stay in contact. You can do this in the following ways:

Sending Mail

Offenders are allowed to receive mail such as letters, money orders for commissary, photographs, and postcards. Keep in mind photos may not be sexual in nature or contain any nudity.

To ensure mail is sent to the person you wish for it to go to, you should address your envelope in the following way:

Prisoner’s full name

In the care of Natrona Regional Detention Center

1120 Bruce Lane, Casper, WY, 82601

Visiting the Inmate

Visitation is also encouraged. However, you will need to follow strict guidelines and rules when visiting to ensure your safety and the safety of prisoners and staff.

Prisoners in Natrona Regional Detention Center are able to have 1 visit per week with a maximum of 3 people per visit. This includes children. The following is prohibited when visiting:

  • Cell phones, radios, tape recorders, MP3 or CD players, electronic tablets, computers, etc.

  • Tobacco products, lighters, and matches

  • Baby strollers

  • Any type of baby bags or purses

  • Food, drink, candy, gum, etc.

  • Weapons, pocket knives, box cutters, pepper spray, or any illegal contraband

  • Tools, fingernail clippers, hair picks, combs, brushes, lipstick, etc.

  • Books, magazines, newspaper, toys, games, umbrellas

  • Clothing: No tank tops, tube tops, low cut tops or dresses. Short Shorts must be knee length, mini skirts, etc. (Any clothing item deemed inappropriate by staff).

The Visitation week runs from Monday through Sunday. Visiting times are different depending when you wish to visit.

Talking on the phone

Inmates at Natrona Regional Detention Center will not be able to receive incoming phone calls and the facility will not take messages for the inmates. However, phones are available for inmates to use.

Inmates may make collect, prepaid collect, or prepaid calling card calls from the phones available. Inmates are allowed to talk for 20-minutes. After that, the call will end.

To set up a prepaid account, you can visit Pay Tel Communications or call a customer service representative at 1-800-729-8355 to set up an account.

Commissary and Sending Money

Sometimes, inmates will need to get additional things that are not provided to them by the jail. They are able to purchase these items at a store within the Natrona Regional Detention Center called commissary.

Inmates are able to purchase items such as clothes, shoes, hygiene products, books, paper, pencils, stamps, envelopes, MP3 players, headphones, tablets (no internet), snacks, and other items they may want.

In order for an inmate to purchase these items, they must have money on their account. Friends and family can put money on this account.

There are automated kiosks located throughout the Natrona Regional Detention Center lobby where you can put money on an inmate’s account 7 days a week. VISA, Mastercard, Discover, and cash are accepted at these machines.

You can also send cash to the prisoner in the mail. No checks will be accepted either way.

Posting Bonds

Because the Natrona Regional Detention Center is a county jail, prisoners who have not yet been sentenced are sometimes able to be bonded out.

Bonds are able to be posted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the Prisoner Property Room window in the lobby. To find out how much a bond is, you can call 307-235-9234.

Keep in mind that the state of Wyoming requires a bail surcharge in addition to the bond amount. This can be as much as $85 for each bond and must be paid when you post bond.

You will need to pay the full bail amount if you do not get a bondman. A simple search on Google will show you a variety of bondmen you can contact in Wyoming.

If you have any further questions, please reach out to the Natrona Regional Detention Center at 307-235-9234.

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Albany County Jail Held Inmates

Jail Population Held for ICE -
Jail Population Held for State Jail 2
Jail Population Held for State Prison 4
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison -
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies -
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail 1

Albany County Jail Admissions

Female Jail Population 6
Male Jail Population 38
Total Jail Population 44
Total Jail Admissions 1,699

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In-State Phone Call Rate Per Minute $0.11
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Black Jail Population 4
Latino Jail Population 8
Asian Jail Population -
White Jail Population 29
Native Jail Population 3

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Female Pretrial Jail Population 4
Male Pretrial Jail Population 61
Pretrial Jail Population 24

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