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Canteen deposits to inmate accounts can be made by Telephone, by calling 1-888-277-2535, Online via mycarepack website or in person at the kiosks in the lobby at the west entrance of the facility.
The Napa County Jail conducts on-site in-person visitation as well as video visitation. To schedule an on-site in-person visit you will need to come to the facility with a valid ID. Video visitation can be scheduled either at the jail or over the internet. For more information or to schedule a video visit, go to Securus Technologies Video Visitation webpage.
Inmates at Napa County Department of Corrections (NCDC) may receive mail via the U.S. postal system. The address to reach an inmate is:(Inmate Full Name)c/o Napa County Department of Corrections1125 Third StreetNapa, CA 94559
All magazines, books, newspapers, and any other literature must be sent from the publisher. No hardcover books are allowed in the facility, please do not purchase. Paperback books must be mailed directly from: Barnes and Nobel. Book size is limited to 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches.
For more information view the Inmate Mail Correspondence page.
View the custody report.
All job openings will be listed in the Career Opportunities Human Resources section of our website.
The Napa County hiring process is the following:
A background questionnaire will be given to you along with a list of required documents. You will then come in for an interview with a background investigator. After the interview is the polygraph, if the job you are applying for requires it. If you successfully pass this part of the process, the background investigator will contact references, previous employers, creditors, etc. Once the background investigation is complete (approximately 8 weeks) the packet is presented to the hiring authority for approval.