Inmate search in Alaska State Trooper Detention, Alaska

Updated on 02-13-2024

Alaska State Trooper Detention is located in Alaska. Every correctional facility has its own rules on visitation, commissary, and mail. The Alaska State Trooper Detention also has guidelines to follow. Before connecting with a loved one here, you can find them using a free inmate search for Alaska State Trooper Detention. Pigeonly provides a free lookup and other inmate services.

Alaska State Trooper Detention Correctional Faciliites

Alaska State Trooper Detention
  • • City: Anchorage
  • • County: Anchorage County
  • • State: Alaska
  • • Facility: Alaska State Trooper Detention
  • • Locator: Use Our Free Inmate Locator
  • • Address: 5700 East Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK, 99507
  • • Phone: 907-269-5511

Alaska State Trooper Detention Inmate Search & Locator

Incarceration can be brutal on families and friends as well as inmates. State prison lookups can vary depending on locale, and inmates can often be moved from one location to another within the Alaska Department of Corrections. That's why we've created the Pigeonly Prison Locator Service for fast and free inmate search.

Our mission at Pigeonly is to connect inmates and families with affordable and easy-to-use tools. Our Inmate Locator can help you find your loved ones and even update you if an inmate moves to another location. Register with Pigeonly for free to find your loved ones today.

Families can also search for their inmates on the Alaska State Trooper Detention official website. To use this search, you'll need an inmate ID, provided when the inmate is assigned to a facility. Other search tools include the Alaska state site and the Bureau of Prisons site.

Alaska State Trooper Detention inmate lookup

Step 1

Go to to start a search for your inmate. First, click "Get Started" and enter your inmate's first and last name.

Step 2

Make sure to check if your inmate's facility is county, state, or federal.

Step 3

Find your inmate and select from the list of services designed to help you keep in touch.

Step 4

Finally, you'll need to register an account with Pigeonly, and we'll provide you with your loved one's contact information. (Don't worry, registration is completely free!)

Tips for using the Mayes County inmate search:

  • If you don't know the full first or last name, try searching with just the first few letters. The search will return results matching the partial name entered.
  • Booking numbers contain a combination of letters and numbers, for example, 12345A. Make sure to enter the letters if searching by booking number.
  • Once you find the correct inmate in the search results, you’ll have options to communicate with them by phone calls, letters, and photos.

Alaska State Trooper Detention mugshots

When it comes to mugshots keep in mind that mugshots may not always be easily accessible on the internet but your best bet will be to check mugshots for inmates on the inmate roster page for Alaska State Trooper Detention.

Also, you can view the official Facebook page for Alaska State Trooper Detention as they sometimes will post images of people they have incarcerated.

What Are the Visitation Rules for Alaska State Trooper Detention

Before heading to visit a loved one at Alaska State Trooper Detention, it's a good idea to confirm that your are on your loved ones approved visitation list.

Easiest way to do that is by contacting the facility and asking them if your visitation is approved.

If you're wanting to visit you can't have a felony and government ID must be up to date. If your age is 16 and below you must go with a legal guardian so that you are accepted.

It is important to familiarize yourself with the basic of visitation before planning a visit to Alaska State Trooper Detention. All visitors need to be pre- approved by the Alaska State Trooper Detention as they need to put you on the pre-approved visitation list.

Alaska State Trooper Detention has an expected set of rules which you need to follow. Check with the visiting time and day before scheduling a visit as Alaska State Trooper Detention has a dedicated time set. All the prisoners are searched before and after any visits due to the security reasons.

The families are advised to respect the dress code of Alaska State Trooper Detention otherwise they may be refused visitation. All visitors are expected to present a valid ID at the time of visitation.

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
  • Monday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
  • Tuesday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
  • Thursday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
  • Friday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM
  • Saturday: 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM

***These visiting hours for Alaska State Trooper Detention may be outdated. Please visit the official Alaska State Trooper Detention website for more information on when can you visit Alaska State Trooper Detention.***

Inmate Calling at Alaska State Trooper Detention

The cost to federal prison calls, state or Anchorage County inmate calls can be expensive. Here are a few suggestions we've come up with to help you save when you receive collect calls from jail:

Here's how these services work:

  1. Sign up for a calling account starting at $4.99 for a best-rate phone number.
  2. Receive a designated phone number that can help lower the calling rate.
  3. When your loved one calls the designated number, the call is automatically routed to your landline or cell phone.
  4. Enjoy conversations with your loved one at the lowest calling rate available at your facility.

For additional information, check out our blog post on how inmate calling solution providers work.

Use a Prepaid/Debit Account

Prepaid inmate calling cards can also help keep costs in check. These cards help you set a cap on how much you're willing to budget on calls in any given period.

With these solutions, you're only able to spend as much money as you put on the account.

Check out our full tips on how to save money on cheap prison calls. How to Save Money on Inmate Phone Calls From Prison.

How to Show You Care with Inmate Care Packages to Alaska State Trooper Detention

Sending your loved one a care package is one of many ways to show that you still think about them. Gifts for inmates packages can include things like clothes, food, shoes, snacks, and hygiene products.

Some facilities allow loved ones to send their own care package to their inmate with approved items but other facilities only let you send packages from approved programs.

Down below we have listed a few care package programs that are approved from facilities check them out top see which can best fit yours and your inmate needs.

Inmate Commissary Services

What is Inmate Commissary

Prison commissary (also sometimes referred to as inmate canteen) is a goods store housed within a correctional facility.

While the very most basics may be provided for by a given correctional department, there are also other important goods/services that Alaska prisoners must buy.

For instance, supplies such as supplementary food, female hygiene, books, writing utensils and a plethora of other things are examples of things that can be purchased as part of a commissary packages for goods.

What is an Inmate trust account

When you add money to an inmate account, the prison funds are stored on a trust fund. This prison account basically acts as a personal bank account of an incarcerated person.

They will use this account to make Inmate Calls, pay for postage to send photos from jail, send emails from inmates, purchase Items from Commissary, receive wages from jobs, and more.

How to Put Money in Commissary

While methods vary from state to state, you have quite a few options to make jail deposit.

Each county jail in Department of Corrections facility, Federal prison, and all local jails have their own sets of procedures.

Be sure to familiarize yourself with applicable rules and regulations regarding how to set up an inmate trust account.

Alaska State Trooper Detention commissary, Federal Commissary, and Alaska prison commissary prices and Alaska prison commissary list may also vary.

How to Buy Inmate Commissary Online

There are also a few services that allow you how to order commissary online.

For instance, if you search Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ), you might find that TDCJ Ecommdirect is a service that allows you to do so.

Here are a few other similar programs prison commissary:

How to send money to Anchorage County jail, Alaska prison, and federal prison

The process to put money on books can range depending on the state, type of facility (i.e. sending money to federal prisoners versus sending money to Alaska county jail).

In some states, transferring $50 in jails funds may cost as much as $70. Vulnerable families can often be exploited by predatory services, so it's important you choose your inmate services wisely.

Check out our full post on how to send money to an inmate in Alaska State Trooper Detention .
There are also resources such as Prisonpro, PrisonTalk, and other information destinations that can give useful information white some may use services such as Moneygram inmates.

How to Put Money on Phone for Jail Calls

To put money for inmate phone calls to Alaska State Trooper Detention you can follow these steps. First of all, if you want to send money to an offender at Alaska State Trooper Detention, you'll need to provide the proper information. This information includes:

First of all, if you want to send money to an offender at Alaska State Trooper Detention, you'll need to provide the proper information. This information includes:

  • Their full, legal name
  • The name of the institution they are imprisoned in
  • Their prisoner ID number

As mentioned, the ability to make phone calls to loved ones is a great source of respite for an incarcerated individual.

By providing an imprisoned friend or family member with funds for their calling account, you give them an opportunity to connect with the people they care most about.

It's important that you confirm that you're eligible to make deposits, as restrictions may exist on who is allowed to send jail funds. For instance, there may be a limit to the total amount you're able to deposit into an trust account.

Use these guidelines as suggestions, and not as rules. Keep in mind, each correctional facility's rules may differ. For a more complete guideline, check out our post on how to put money on an inmate's phone account.

For help with adding money to a phone account, you can use our Pigeonly service. We'll we help you through the process to send inmate money in Alaska.

For just $4.99 /month, after you add funds to an account, you can have unlimited inmate calling through Pigeonly Voice.

We have helped save families millions in phone calls and can help you save as much as 70% on cheap jail calls.

Simply give us a call for Pigeonly Cheap Inmate Calls – 1-800-323-9895.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What kind of pictures can you send to jail?

    You can send pictures of friends and family members that are not involved in the crime. Send pictures to Anchorage of any holidays or events that your loved one will appreciate. Photos that will help lift their spirits and help them grow are important for morale.

  2. What kind of pictures can you send to prison?

    Knowing what kind of pictures you're able to Alaska State Trooper Detention is crucial knowledge, few ideas of what to send can range from that new car you bought to birthdays. If you're able to stay away from hand signs, nudity, to alcohol/weapons your photos should have no problem getting accepted.

  3. How to put money on a phone account?

    To put money on an a phone account in Alaska State Trooper Detention you need to have their full legal name, the name of the institution they're imprisoned in, and the prisoner ID number. You can also try this service to put money on trust phone account online to help you save time while doing so.

  4. What to wear to visit someone in jail

    The following rules generally apply for visiting Alaska State Trooper Detention:

    • No hats or extraneous garments
    • No revealing clothing, including spaghetti straps, short skirts, or tank tops
    • No shorts
    • No clothing that resembles jail clothing

    When in doubt call Alaska State Trooper Detention at 907-269-5511 a few days before your arrival.

  5. How many pictures can you send to jail?

    We suggest to keep it at most to 10 photos per envelope because there is not one rule for all facilities. Each prison varies how many photos your inmate is allowed per day. 10 is usually a safe amount.

  6. Why can't prisoners have pictures of themselves?

    They can't receive pictures of themselves for a few reasons due to safety. If photos are for some reason acquired by someone else they can use the photo to plan an assault, give to the media, and even used to create a fraudulent ID.

  7. What to talk about when visiting someone in jail

    If it's your first time visiting at Alaska State Trooper Detention, it can be quite stressing as you understand the life they're living is not anything you may have experienced, keep your conversation simple like asking how they're holding up, talk about family and friends.

  8. Requirements to visit someone in jail

    The main requirement that is needed is valid identification which can be your state id or passport. Alaska State Trooper Detention must add you to the visitors list and may require a visitation form to be filled out before approval of your visit.


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