The Central Detention Center is located in San Bernardino, California at 630 East Rialto Avenue 92408. The jail staff can be reached by calling (909) 386-0969.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Central Detention Center call (310) 237-6934.
About the Central Detention Center
The Central Detention Center in San Bernardino has served as the main jail for San Bernardino County for over 20 years. This jail is the primary booking facility for the police and sheriff stations operating throughout the county. The Central Detention Center currently houses around 330 federal inmates and around 600 county inmates. This jail also operates as a temporary housing unit for the U.S. Marshal's Service. As a result of this there have been several Federal Grants to improve and remodel the jail facilities. If you need to locate an inmate in the San Bernardino County Justice System you can use the Inmate Locator tool.
San Bernardino Bail Bond Companies
Bonding someone out of this facility is fairly easy if you utilize one of the many local bail bond companies. Some of the most popular bail bondsman in the area include:
Miscellaneous Jail Info
Inmates at the Central Detention Center are allowed two visits per week depending on their security level. Each visit lasts approximately 45 minutes. All visitors to the jail will be required to show valid ID and submit to a thorough search before entering the facility. Inmates will have access to phones after being housed, but will not be able to call until after they have been booked completely. The Central Detention Center currently hosts a Juvenile Intervention Program for at risk youth who are 13 to 17 years of age. The professional staff at this facility believe in giving back to the community and using innovative programs and policies to control the prison population. This facility booked over 20,000 inmates last year and they have perfected and streamlined the process to work as effectively as possible. For more information on the Central Detention Center they can be reached at (909) 386-0969.
San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department can't name or refer any bonding agency.
If you don't use a bail bondsman as can be found on BailBondPolicy.com, you can do one of the following:
1. Property Bond
2. Cash or cashier's check for the FULL amount of bail for all charges! Bogus or not!
( For info on amount and who to make check out to call (909) 350-2476 )
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
San Bernardino has a total population of 2,017,673. The population has increased by 308,230 (18%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 100.6 and covers 20,052 square miles.
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Residents of San Bernardino experienced 14,670 crimes in 2011. The #1 infraction was arson with 94 crimes. The #2 lawless act was theft with 2,879 crimes. The #3 lawless act was vehicle theft with 1,126 occurrences. The #4 lawless act was burglary with 2,202 circumstances. The #5 infraction was property crime with 6,207 circumstances. The #6 violation was assault with 828 occurrences. The #7 criminality was robbery with 178 crimes. The #8 infraction was rape with 57 circumstances. The #9 lawless act was murder with 18 violations. The #10 lawless act was violent crime with 1,081 occurrences.