Jailer Salary in Arizona - State Average

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Average Salary for Jailer in Arizona - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Jailer in Arizona - State Average is $44,492.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Jailer in Arizona - State Average is $21.39.

The average bonus of a(n) Jailer in Arizona - State Average is $845.00.

Job Description:

Guards prisoners in precinct station house or municipal jail, assuming responsibility for all needs of prisoners during detention. Searches for weapons, valuables, or drugs and locks prisoner in cell. Serves meals to prisoner and supplies or gets medical aid if needed. May prepare arrest records identifying prisoner and charge assigned. May question prisoner to elicit information helpful in solving crime. May prepare meals for self and prisoner. May distribute commissary items purchased by inmates, such as candy, snacks, cigarettes, and toilet articles, and record payment on voucher. In small communities, may perform duties of sheriff, deputy or police officer i when not engaged in guard duties. Less

Guards prisoners in precinct station house or municipal jail, assuming responsibility for all needs of prisoners during detention. Searches for weapons, valuables, or drugs and locks prisoner in cell. Serves meals to prisoner and supplies or gets medical aid if... More

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