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Solano County Jail
Solano County Jail/Justice Center Detention Facility
500 Union Ave.
Fairfield, CA 94533
The Solano County Jail is under the command of the Custody Division of the Solano County Sheriff's Department. It is the goal of the Department to ensure that the jail is a safe, secure and humane environment for inmates. Both sentenced and pre-sentenced inmates are housed at the facility. Law enforcement agencies throughout the county transport individuals who have been arrested in their jurisdiction to the Solano County Jail.
Once an individual has been arrested in Solano County, they will be brought to the Justice Center Detention Facility for booking. The booking process will consist of fingerprinting, photographs ("mug shots"), a background check and warrant search. Depending on how busy the jail staff is when someone is brought in, it could take several hours to complete the booking process.
With the extreme overcrowding of California jails, the Solano County Sheriff's Department utilizes Alternative Sentencing Programs, which will also help reduce costs from housing inmates. With the use of GPS tracking, qualifying offenders will remain productive members of society while maintaining public safety. Offenders may be offered Work Release where they will perform manual labor for each day of their sentence. Another option is a Work Furlough. The inmate must be employed or enrolled in school and will be released for up to 12 hours each day to work or attend classes. With electronic monitoring, participants must wear device 24-hours a day as a means of supervision.
Inmate Mail and Visitation
Inmate mail follows a strict set of guidelines. If you wish to send an inmate mail, be sure to follow them accordingly:
- All letters MUST have the sender's return address printed or stamped on the outside of the envelope. *Address stickers are not allowed.
- Outgoing mail from inmates will always be inspected by custodial personnel before it is sealed and mailed.
- Packages sent through the mail are prohibited, except for: legal materials; textbooks; periodicals; magazines sent directly from publisher or vendor. A maximum of 5 soft bound books are permitted for an inmate at any time.
- All incoming mail will be opened and inspected for contraband in the presence of the inmate.
- Mail is delivered daily, except for Sundays and holidays. It is delivered only to the inmate addressee
- Inmates are allowed a maximum of five photographs (no bigger than 4x6) at any time. No more than five photos per letter may be mailed.
- Any photos depict gangs, weapons, unlawful activity, sexually explicit material
- Photocopies (limit 5)
- Negatives, Polaroid’s, sticker photos, frames or albums
- Books, newspapers, magazines (must be sent directly from vendor)
- Pencils/ pens, envelopes, postage stamps or stationary
- Hair, maps jewelry, posters, lottery tickets, candy, trading cards, magnets, condoms, ID cards, stencils/ tattoo patterns, date/ address book
- Cash or personal checks. Money orders (filled out) only
- Third party, inmate-to-inmate mail
- Metal, wood, plastic, cloth, cardboard, paint, crayon, perfume, lipstick, stickers, glitter, tape, glue, powder, liquid paper, stains or unknown substances
- Greeting cards larger than 9"x12"
No cell phones are permitted during visitation. Visitors must be at least 18 unless accompanied by parent, legal guardian or if they are emancipated by the court.Two children and one infant are permitted to visit at one time. Visitors must be dressed appropriately, i.e. no tank tops, sleeveless shirts, low-cut tops, short shorts/ skirts. All items must be left in a vehicle. Nothing may be brought inside for visitation.
Solano County Bondsman
If your loved one has been arrested and taken to the Solano County Jail, you want to work quickly to bring them home.
The assistance of a licensed, professional bail bonds agency can help bring your loved one home safely, with as little stress as possible.
We can start all of the paperwork for a bail bond over the phone.
We can also complete the paperwork by e-sign, fax or email, or an agent can meet you at your home or work. We accept all major credit cards for payment. In most cases, no collateral is required. We can also make a payment plan for those who qualify.
When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761, our bail agents will be ready to answer your questions 24-hours a day and provide immediate bondsman service at the Solano County Jail.
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