Jails in Orange County
Who's in Jail in Orange County
This web page provides information specific to Orange County jails. I provide phone numbers, addresses and websites for jails and police departments throughout O.C. For inmate information anywhere in Orange County or to find out who's in jail, you can visit the county-wide online system at the Orange County Sheriff's Department website: Orange County Inmate Information
I can additionally help you with any Orange County jail bail bonds. You may call for bail bond information or service 24 hours a day at 877-224-5266.
Orange County Jails
The Central Jail Complex
Bail Bonds for the Central Jail Complex
The Central Jail Complex is part of the Orange County Sheriff's Department and includes three separate jail facilities: the men’s jail, the women’s jail and the Intake and Release facility. Bonds are posted at the Central Jail Complex.
Anaheim Police Department Jail
Anaheim Bail Bond
The Anaheim Police Department features four division offices. The Detention Facility (city jail) is located at the Central District office on South Harbor Boulevard near Broadway.
Brea Police Department Jail
Bail Bonds for Brea and Yorba Linda
The Brea Police Department serves the communities of Brea and Yorba Linda. The jail is located in the Brea Civic & Cultural Center. Public access to the facility is on the street level.
Buena Park Police Department Jail
Bail Bond Information for Buena Park
The Buena Park Police Department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Please note that if the inmate is incarcerated as a suspect in a domestic violence crime, the victim of that crime will not be allowed to visit the inmate.
Costa Mesa Police Department Jail
Costa Mesa Bail Bond Service
The Costa Mesa Police Department is located on Fair Drive near the corner of Fairview Drive, between the Costa Mesa City Hall and Civic Center Park.
Cypress Police Department Jail
Bail Bond Information for Cypress
The Cypress Police Department operates as a temporary holding facility for arrestee of felony and and misdemeanor crimes from the Cypress area. They provide services to insure the safe and secure detention of inmates waiting to be transported to the Orange County Jail.
Huntington Beach Police Department Jail
Bail Bond Information for Huntington Beach
The HBPD is located on the South East corner of Yorktown and Main at 2000 Main Street in the city of Huntington Beach. All inmates booked in the Huntington Beach City Jail are eligible to be released on bail bond, unless specified by warrant, court order, bail schedule, or the level of the inmate's intoxication makes it unsafe to release the inmate.
Irvine Police Department
Irvine Bail Bond Information
The Police Department is located at the Civic Center. The entrance is located directly under the clock tower. The Irvine Police Department is available to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week. However the Business Desk front lobby remains open from 7:30 am to 8:00 pm Monday through Friday and 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturdays. After hours contact can be made via an intercom button at the front door of the police department.
James Musick Jail Facility
Musick Bail Bond Information
The James Musick Jail Facility is run by the Orange County Sheriff's Department. This is a minimum security jail and is located in the unincorporated area near the cities of Irvine and Lake Forest. The inmates are usually detainees that have been charged with driving under the influence, minor drug possession, failure to pay child support, prostitution or burglary. Any arrestee that has been charged with committing a violent crime or sex crime will not be transferred to this facility.
Laguna Beach Police Department Jail
Laguna Beach Bail Information
The Laguna Beach Police Department is located in downtown Laguna Beach at the corner of Forest Avenue and Third Street, behind the Fire Department. The front counter at the Police Department is open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm daily. If you need assistance after hours, press the call button at the front door and you will immediately be in contact with the Records Desk or Dispatch.
Newport Beach Police Department
Bail Information for Newport Beach
Arrestees in Newport Beach may be bailed out of jail at the Newport Beach Police Department "Front Desk" 24 hours a day.
Placentia Police Department Jail
Placentia Bail Bond Information
The Placentia Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However they lock the front door at 11:00 pm. If the front door is locked, pick up the phone to the left of the door and someone will assist you.
Santa Ana Police Department Jail
Santa Ana Bail Bond Information
The Santa Ana Police Department Jail is located at the corner of Boyd Way and 6th St. Public parking is available in the structure across the street from the jail. There is a fee for parking in the structure and parking will not be validated. It is just around the corner from the Sheriff's Department.
Theo Lacy Jail
Operated by the Sheriff's Department, the Theo Lacy Jail is Orange County's largest jail. It is located in the City of Orange.
Orange County Sheriff's Department Services
The Orange County Sheriff's Department (OCSD) is responsible for law enforcement in the unincorporated areas of the Orange County. Some of the unincorporated areas are located within the boundaries of incorporated cities of the county. Thus, someone may be arrested within a city such as Santa Ana, Brea or Anaheim, but be incarcerated by the Sheriff's Department.
Additionally, the Cities of Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Stanton, and Villa Park contract with the Orange County Sheriff's Department for police services.
Additionally, the Orange County Sheriff's Department operates police services for the Orange County Transit Authority(OCTA), security at the John Wayne Airport, Harbour Patrol.
Bail for Orange County Jails
This website provides resources for families needing bail bond services. You may find the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page helpful.
I will quickly get you through the approval process in just a few minute over the phone. You will be required to sign minimal, state-required paperwork and make payment for the bond. You can do this by email, fax or we can make arrangements to meet with you at the jail. I will also makes that you understand everything before you decide to bail someone out of jail.If you prefer to talk directly with a licensed agent, please call 877-224-5266.
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