We have gathered for you all the available inmate search links and San Bernardino Police City Jail Inmate locator information. Here is information on how to find someone in this jail. The first thing you should consider is that family members have rights for inmate visitation, inmate mail address and policies, and the commissary in San Bernardino Police City Jail facility.
Here is jail inmate information for the San Bernardino Police City Jail
PO Box 1559
Inmate Info: 909-350-2476
SB County Jail Visits: 909-887-0364
San Bernardino Police: 909-383-5311
Criminal Court: 909-384-1888
District Attorney: 909-382-3669
Adult Probation: 909-387-5841
Juvenile Probation: 909-383-2700
Juvenile Court: 909-269-8840
Public Defender: 909-382-7639
Anonymous Crime Tips: 800-782-7463
Mental Illness Arrest: 909-350-2476
San Bernardino Police Department
San Bernardino Police City Jail is located at 710 North D Street PO Box 1559, in San Bernardino, California. If you need information on bonds, visitation, inmate calling, mail, inmate accounts, commissary or anything else, you can call the facility at SB City Jail: 909-384-5772 Inmate Info: 909-350-2476 SB County Jail Visits: 909-887-0364 Sheriff: 909-350-2476 San Bernardino Police: 909-383-5311 Criminal Court: 909-384-1888 Bail: 909-350-2476 District Attorney: 909-382-3669 Adult Probation: 909-387-5841 Juvenile Probation: 909-383-2700 Juvenile Court: 909-269-8840 Public Defender: 909-382-7639 Anonymous Crime Tips: 800-782-7463 Mental Illness Arrest: 909-350-2476 Volunteers: 909-387-0641 or send a fax at Public Defender: 909-382-7660.
inmate Search links for San Bernardino Police City Jail can be found below. Looking up jails is simple.
San Bernardino Police City Jail Inmate SearchTo locate an inmate in this facility, click on the following links:
The San Bernardino Police department on North “D” Street has office hours Monday through Thursday between the hours of 7 am and 6 pm. For important information regarding an individual in the custody of the San Bernardino Police, contact the police department during normal business hours.
Visitation Rules for the San Bernardino Jail
San Bernardino Police City Jail is located in California. Visitation days are Wednesday to Sunday. To schedule a visit with a loved one or family member, contact 909-887-0364. All scheduled visits must be made at least a day prior to the requested visitation date.
Please note that all visitors must arrive at the facility 30 minutes before the scheduled check in time for the visit. If you arrive for the visit late, you will not be admitted and will be forced to reschedule for a different day.
- Visitors may be subjected to searches of their personal property, including their vehicle by the officers at any point.
- Cellular devices, photographic devices, and recording devices are strictly prohibited in the facility.
- Tobacco products are not allowed in the facility and should be left at home or in your personal vehicle.
- Visitors who have children with them, must supervise the children and keep them at arm’s length at all times during the visit. The staff members have the right to terminate a visit if the children are not being supervised or maintained by the visitor.
- All minors must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the visit. Minors include any individual who is 17 and under. The adult is responsible for the minor at all times in the facility.
- Appropriate attire must be worn for the visit. Any visitor who does not comply with the dress code will not be allowed for a visitation and the visit can be denied. The dress code prohibits:
Gang attire, hats, accessories or clothing that displays offensive language or obscene pictures, clothing that is transparent or sheer, halter tops, tank tops, or strapless tops, clothing that exposes midriff, genitals, buttocks, or breast, shorts or skirts that are short, clothing that reveals undergarments, and dresses that are higher than mid-thigh high.
- Shoes must also be worn in the visitation.
Visitors must bring a valid identification card with photo id to the visit that has been issued by a state, municipal, or federal agency. Consulate issued identification cards from other countries may also be accepted. The lists include some of the types of identification that will be accepted:
- Driver’s license
- Non-driver’s identification card issued by the DMV
- Department of defence id card
- Citizenship or Immigration services id card
- Consulate id card
Visits will be terminated for visitors who do not follow the law or the rules of the facility. The San Bernardino County Sherriff’s Detention and Corrections Bureau has the right to terminate a visit for any reason if they feel as though there is a security risk. It is advised that you contact the facility prior to coming for a visit to ensure that the visits are still on for that day. However, the visits can be cancelled any time before or during the visit as well.
To plan or schedule a visit to San Bernardino Police City Jail see the map below for more information and directions.
San Bernardino County Jail Inmates
Most offenders will start at a local, city or county jail with very few cells. You can locate an offender in custody easily by searching databases found through the links above. You might need to consider transport time to the nearest jail cell before using our San Bernardino inmate locator.
The San Bernardino Police City Jail is usually for short-term custody for adults awaiting trial. (Juveniles wait for disposition of their case). Once booked, the San Bernardino inmate search will reveal the location of the individual. You can check the San Bernardino website - Inmate Services - for more information.
"People Get Arrested for a Variety of Reasons"If a family member disappears, checking with local jails is a good idea. Your family member may be waiting to be bailed out. Here is how to know if someone is in San Bernardino Police City Jail. You have the right to search even if that person is just a friend, a client or any other individual. You can also use these tools to find a pen pal. Our Inmate lookup service is a good resource for family members and public defenders. You can also search inmates on federal websites.
How to Find Inmates in San Bernardino Police City Jail
First of all, realize that you have rights under the United States Constitution to find a family member who has been arrested in San Bernardino Police City Jail. The "Writ of Habeas Corpus" guarantees the rights of someone "in custody". An inmate locator is useful to help family members during court proceedings.
All police officers must "book" an inmate into the court system. During this process, vital information - such as name, address, fingerprints and photographs - will be taken. Our free inmate lookup service allows you to peruse databases of county, state and federal facilities.
"What Type of Jail or Prison?"Determine the date and location of the police arrest. Someone on a most wanted poster, sex offenders list or with outstanding warrants might have been jailed after a routine traffic stop. The individual will be located in a jail based on 1) residence or 2) arrest location.
Most of the United States criminal facilities are connected to online inmate search tools. Once booking information is entered and mugshots have been taken, you will be able to find inmates. You will find the available inmate search links above. A free inmate search allows you to view the databases of city, county, state and federal facilities.
"What Information is Available for San Bernardino Police City Jail?"
Many arrest records are public and listed in newspapers. To find someone in jail, check the local police, sheriff and Federal Bureau of Prisons websites. You could also conduct a Department of Justice inmate search or check out Vinelink Offender Search to complete an inmate search by name. You should be able to find information such as the name, address, criminal charges, booking location and hearings.
Get all of your information ready such as the name, date of birth, address, criminal charges, prison and date of arrest.
"How Can I Use This Information?"There are a variety of ways that you can search the database -like by name, jail or crime type. Once you have the general information, contact them by phone or email to set up a private visit.
This lookup inmate database gives you information for contacting San Bernardino Police City Jail. California state inmate search helps you determine bonding, when you can visit, add commissary money and send mail. The inmate locator saves you a lot of time and worry. If a loved one is in jail or prison, we are here to assist you in finding him or her. If you just want to run a criminal background check for someone or find a pen pal inmate, we can help you too.
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