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Napa County Jail
The Napa County Department of Corrections is responsible for overseeing the Napa County Jail. They coordinate all programs and services that relate to the institutional punishment, care, treatment and rehabilitation of inmates. This includes intake screenings, diagnosis and classification of inmates as well as alternative sentencing programs.
The Department of Corrections was formed in 1975. The Napa Correctional Facility is the first in the State of California to be a civilian-run facility. At this time it is one of only three facilities in the state that are not operated by the Sheriff's Department.
Napa County Department of Corrections
1125 Third St.
Napa, CA 94559
Medical, mental health and dental services are given by an outside provider. A medical staff member is on duty 24-hours a day.Several programs are offered to inmates while they are in custody at the Napa County Jail. These include Adult Education, GED, Alcoholics/ Narcotics Anonymous, Anger Management, Parenting, Bible Study, Private/ Group Counseling, Tutoring, etc.
Inmate CorrespondenceInmates will be provided two postage paid envelopes each week in order to permit correspondence with friends and family. Inmates are allowed to purchase stamped envelopes for correspondence as well. Inmates may receive unlimited amounts of mail. Magazines and newspapers must be sent directly from the publisher. Paperback books are only to be sent from Random House Publishing or Barnes and Noble.
Photographs sent can be no bigger than 5x7. Polaroid photos are not permitted. Greeting cards cannot be larger than 8 1/2 x 11 and cannot contain sound-making devices.Inmates cannot receive mail containing:
- cash or personal checks
- potential security issues or evidence of a crime
- nude photos, pornography, potentially offensive material
- stickers, glue, excess foreign substances
Inmates are permitted to purchase items such as snacks, drink mixes, candy, dry soups and hygiene items from the commissary if they have funds. This can help them to feel more comfortable and give them a sense of self-sufficiency.They can purchase up to $60 worth of items each week. Phone cards may also be purchased so that they can make non-collect phone calls to loved ones.
Care packages for inmates can also be purchased through www.mycarepack.com. They will be delivered directly to NCDC.Money can be deposited into an inmate's account through the kiosk in the Hall of Justice, Monday-Friday, 8 am- 5 pm; via the internet at mycarepack.com; over the phone at 866-394-0490.
VisitationIf you wish to visit with an inmate at the Napa County Jail, you must have a valid photo ID. Inmates are allowed to have two visits each day, with a limit of four visitors at a time. Visitations are conducted Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.; 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.; and 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Bail Bonds for Napa County JailIf someone you care about has been arrested and is being held at the Napa County Jail, we recommend that you call to speak with one of our professional bail bondsmen right away. We know how difficult this situation can be, and that's why we will work to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible.
We often offer no-collateral bail bonds and in many cases a payment plan can be made to make it more affordable. We accept payments made with all major credit cards as well.
When you call us at 877-224-5266, a professional bondsman will be able to answer any questions you have about Napa County Jail bail bonds.
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