Twin Towers gets it’s name because it is literally made up of two towers. Combine with the Men’s Central Jail, it is the largest jail facility in the world. This prison houses maximum security inmates and a large portion of the county’s mental health inmates. It also has a large on-site medical facility.
Twin Towers Jail Visiting
- All persons who request visitation privileges must have a valid photo identification such as a California Identification Card or driver’s license, a U.S. Military identification card, a current Passport/Visa or an Alien Registration Card.
- Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent, or legal guardian. They must also present a valid school photo identification card when visiting.
- Record checks may be made of certain visitors if this is considered necessary for the security of the inmates, employees, visitors, or the facility.
- Disruptive visitors will be asked to leave.
- Inmates are allowed to have one visit per day and two visits per week. (Saturday – Tuesday). Visits are 30 minutes in length.
- Visitors are accepted on a first come first serve basis for every floor.
- Inmates are only allowed to receive two visitors per session. Children count as a person, regardless of age.
- Visitors may only have access to one ID Card and a single key on all visiting floors. These floors will be secured at all times.
- If you wish to find out about an inmate’s location, or acquire his booking number, please call: (213) 473-6100
- Visitors may only park in the parking spaces that are adjacent to the east side of the building.
- All visits may be suspended during a specified disciplinary time, known as “lockdown.” Visiting deputies are able to advise when this specified disciplinary time is over.