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Humboldt County Jail

For information on how to bail out a friend or family member from the Humboldt County Jail, call us now and speak with one of the licensed bondsmen at Tonya Page Bail Bonds. We will walk you through the bail bond process from start to finish. We will give you a free consultation when you call and can approve a bond quickly. Our simple paperwork can be completed over the phone, by fax or email, and in person.

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Jail Information

Humboldt County Jail
826 Fourth St.
Eureka, Ca 95501
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There are 131 full-time employees in the Custody Service Bureau for Humboldt County. 116 of those employees work as Correctional Officers at the jail. The primary function of Custody Services is to care for pre-trial and sentenced inmates being held at the facility. The jail is rated to house up to 411 inmates. The six-floor building is nearly 155,000 square feet.

People arrested in Humboldt County will likely be transported to the Humboldt County Jail for booking. The process generally consists of fingerprinting and photographs, medical questionnaire, background check and warrant search. They will also be searched for weapons and contraband. Personal property will be collected and held at the jail until the defendant is released from jail.

Arrestees who are intoxicated will be held in a detox cell until they sober up. Others will remain in the waiting area until booking is complete. They will have access to a phone so that they can contact family, friends, a bail bondsman or legal counsel. Booking can take anywhere from 2-4 hours to complete, depending on how busy jail staff is when someone is brought in.

Inmate Visitation

Inmates at the Humboldt County Jail are allowed to have two 30-minute visits each week, only one visit each day. All visits are first come, first serve and start at the top of every hour as well as every half-hour. The inmate’s visiting time will be determined by their housing location.

You will need to fill out a visitor request form in the front lobby of the jail during visiting hours. It must be completed and given to the receptionist no less than 15 minutes before your visit session. You will also need to have a valid photo ID card.

Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. No personal belongings (except car keys and ID) may be brought in during the visit. There is to be no note writing or hand signaling, and visitors must dress appropriately.

Inmate Mail & Telephone Use

Phones are made available to inmates between 7:30 am and 11:00 pm. Calls will be made collect, except during booking when free local calls can be made. Incoming calls for inmates are not allowed and jail staff does not take messages for inmates unless it is an emergency.

Inmates may receive mail while incarcerated, but be sure to include their full name on the front of the envelope. There must be a valid return address on the envelope that includes the sender’s full name as well. Soft cover books, magazines and newspapers may be sent directly from the publisher.

Inmates may not be sent:

  • Packages
  • Obscene pictures and writing
  • Gang related items
  • Escape materials
  • Polaroid’s
  • Cash or checks
  • Stickers or stamps
  • Inmate Work Programs

Inmates can work in the jail’s laundry or kitchen facilities. Nearly 112 meals are served in the jail daily. Inmates work under the direct supervision of a Correctional Cook, working in three separate shifts.

Those who work in the laundry facility are in charge of sorting, washing, drying and folding all jail-issued clothing and bedding. The facility operates 24-hours a day with a crew of 2-4 inmates. Some inmates may also perform janitorial duties in order to maintain the cleanliness of the facility. They will have to undergo training to learn the basics of stripping and waxing floors and the correct way to use the equipment.

The Cal-Trans program allows inmates to work on projects outside of the jail while being supervised by a correctional officer. These types of projects are usually roadside projects and clean-up along county highways. Funds from the program provide tools and a van for the inmates and are provided by the California Department of Transportation. Inmates that want to participate must be screened beforehand.

Bail Bondsman for Humboldt County

It can be difficult to know what to do in this type of situation. By speaking with a licensed bail bondsman at Tonya Page Bail Bonds, you’ll get a better understanding of what to expect during the process. We will work quickly to help you get your loved one home safe and in a timely manner.

Call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761 to speak to a licensed bondsman about bail bonds for Humboldt County Jail,  we can post bail 24-hours a day.


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Updated:  09/21/2011