Los Angeles County and City Jails

On this page, you will find information for Los Angeles County and City jails. Each jail listed below features a corresponding link to further information. Members of the general public may visit inmates at any Los Angeles County jail facility. Please be aware that visiting hours, jail rules and regulations may vary. It’s always best to call ahead.

The amount of a bail in Los Angeles County is set in accordance to the severity of the offense and with consideration for public safety. It is intended to be substantial enough to ensure appearances for court dates.

For further arrest, booking or inmate information for any of the Los Angeles County or City jails below, call us 24/7/365 to speak live with a bondsman at 1-877-861-3761.

Downtown Los Angeles County Main Jails

Twin Towers Correctional Facility Jail


Men’s Central Jail (MCJ)

These downtown Los Angeles jail facilities are collectively the world’s largest jails. The County complex is referred to interchangeably as both Twin Towers Jail or the Men’s Central Jail. While they are, in fact, two different jail facilities, they are within the same complex right across the street from one another.

Los Angeles Police Department Jails in San Fernando Valley 

Devonshire Community Police Station and Jail


The LAPD Devonshire Station services the communities of Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Granada Hills, Northridge, Porter Ranch, West Hills, and Winnetka.

Foothill Community Police Station and Jail


The LAPD Foothill Station services the communities of Arleta, La Tuna Canyon, Lake View Terrace, Pacoima, Shadow Hills, Sun Valley, Sunland, and Tujunga.

North Hollywood Community Police Station and Jail


LAPD North Hollywood Station services the Cahuenga Pass, North Hollywood, Studio City, Sun Valley, Toluca Lake, Toluca Woods, Universal City, Valley Glen, Valley Village, and West Toluca. There is a small holding facility there. Inmates may eventually be transferred to the Van Nuys jail.

Van Nuys Community Police Station and Jail

The LAPD Van Nuys station is the largest of the LAPD Valley jails. Van Nuys services the communities of Blythe Street, Lake Balboa, Sepulveda, Sherman Oaks, Valley Glen, Van Nuys, Ventura Business District, and West Van Nuys.

Burbank Police Department and Jail
(818) 238-3010

Detainees who are booked and taken into custody by the Burbank Police Department are transported directly to the Burbank Jail. The Burbank Police Department jail may house up to 73 felony and misdemeanor arrestees at a time.

Lost Hills – Mailbu Station and Jail

If arrested in Agoura Hills, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Malibu, Westlake Village or the unincorporated Los Angeles County communities of Chatsworth Lake Manor, Topanga, or West Hills, defendants will likely be take to the Malibu/Lost Hills LASD Station jail.

Los Angeles Police Department Southern LA Jails and Stations

77th Street Jail & Community Station and Jail

The LAPD 77th Street Station services Athens Park, Chesterfield Square, Crenshaw, Gramercy Park, Hyde Park, South Park-51st and Menlo, Vermont Knolls, Vermont Park, and View Heights.

Torrance Police Department and Jail

The Torrance Police Department has one of the largest city jails in Los Angeles County. In Torrance, booking and processing of persons arrested for a crime is the responsibility of a department known as the Jail Section.

Harbor Community Station and Jail


The LAPD Harbor Police Station is currently negotiating with state corrections officials about contracting out their cells to house inmates from overcrowded prisons. The 16,000-square-foot jail holds up to 600 prisoners .The LAPD Harbor Station services Harbor City, Harbor Gateway, San Pedro, Terminal Island, and Wilmington.

Southwest Community Station and Jail


The LAPD Southwest Station services the communities of Adams-Normandie, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Village, Baldwin Vista, Crenshaw, Exposition Park, Jefferson Park, Leimert Park, Union Square, University Park, Village Green, and West Adams.

Los Angeles Sheriff Department Southern LA Jails and Stations

Carson Station and Jail


The LASD Carson Station provides police services for the unincorporated County areas of West Compton, Gardena, Torrance, and Rancho Dominguez and the contract City of Carson. The Carson Station also contracts for services at California State University, Dominguez Hills and UCLA/ Harbor General Hospital.

Century Station Lynwood Jail


The LASD Century Regional Detention Facility (sometimes called Lynwood Station) provides police services for the City of Lynwood and the unincorporated south LA County areas of Florence, Firestone, Walnut Park, Willowbrook and Athens Park.  

Lennox Station and Jail


The Lennox Station offers police services for the unincorporated areas of South County. These areas include Lennox, Gardena, Athens, Los Angeles, El Camino Village, Del Aire, Wiseburn, and the contract city of Lawndale.

Lomita Station and Jail


The LASD Lomita Station provides service the southern unincorporated County areas of La Rambla, Westfield and The Estates and for the contract cities of Lomita, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, and Rolling Hills Estates.

LASD Long Beach Station and Jail

If someone you know has been arrested in the Long Beach area, they have likely been taken to the Long Beach Jail. Arrestees  who are not bailed out quickly or otherwise released from this jail may be transferred to Twin Towers jail in Downtown Los Angeles.

LASD Stations and Jails in Santa Clarita and Antelope Valley

LASD Palmdale Station and Jail


Booking time at the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station and jail usually takes about one hour, but bail must be posted within 24 hours or arrestees will be transferred to larger facilities like Twin Towers. If that happens, it can take over 24 hours to have the defendant bailed out.

LASD Pitchess Jail

The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, uses the facility mainly as an overflow to the Men’s Detention Center in downtown Los Angeles. Those who are bailed out at Pitchess are often transported back downtown by Sheriff’s Deputies for release and the waiting time can be lengthy.

LASD Santa Clarita Station and Jail 

Bail bonds in Santa Clarita are posted at the Santa Clarita Substation jail of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

LAPD Stations and Jails for West Bureau

The Los Angeles Police Department West Bureau jail systems provides services for the City of Los Angeles. Downtown L.A. and the West Side are serviced by the LAPD’s West Bureau.

Hollywood Community Police Station and Jail 

The LAPD services the Hollywood community including Argyle, Cahuenga Pass, Fairfax, Hobart ( Hollywood , ), Hollywood Hills,  La Brea , Little Armenia, Los Feliz , Melrose District, Mount Olympus, Sierra Vista, Spaulding Square, Sunset Strip, Thai Town, and Vine / Willoughby.

Pacific Community Police Station and Jail

Arrestees in the Venice Beach area are initially taken to the Pacific Community Station for initial processing after arrest. Men will likely be transferred to the Men’s Central Jail if they are are not bailed out.  Women will generally be transferred to the Lynwood/Century Station Jail.

Wilshire Community Police Station and Jail


Arrestees in the Wilshire District area are initially taken to the LAPD’s Wilshire Community Station for initial processing after arrest.

Beverly Hills Police Station and Jail

People arrested in the city of Beverly Hills are generally booked at the Beverly Hills Police Department.

Los Angeles Police Department Central LA Jails and Police Stations

Police services for Central Los Angeles are provided by the Central Bureau of Los Angeles Police Department. The Central Bureau is  previously known as the “Central Division.”

LAPD Metro Jail (MDC Jail)

If someone was taken to the LAPD MDC Jail, they were most likely arrested in Chinatown, Little Tokyo, South Park, Central City East, the Bunker Hill-Historic Core, the Financial District, the Artists Lofts, Olvera Street, Solano Canyon, South Park-Entertainment, the Toy, Fashion and Jewelry Districts or the Convention Center.

LAPD Central Jail

213-485-3294 Voice

The Central Jail falls under the jurisdiction of Central Bureau of the Los Angeles Police Department. It is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week and it’s one of the LAPD’s most prominent divisions

Hollenbeck Community Station and Jail

The LAPD Hollenbeck Station serves the areas of Aliso Village, Boyle Heights, El Sereno, Estrada Court, Hillside Village, Lincoln Heights, Montecito Heights, Monterey Hills, Pico Gardens, Ramona Gardens, Rose Hills Courts, and University Hills.

Trusted Los Angeles County Bail Bondsmen

We want to take every step to make sure the bail process in Los Angeles goes quickly and seamlessly for you. By law in California, the cost of a bail bond is 10% of the total amount of the bail. For example: If the amount of the bail is $20,000, you will pay $2,000 to have your family member or friend released from jail just as soon as possible. 

During our initial phone consultation, we will collect basic information about the individual’s situation, e.g., where they are being held, how long they have been detained, what the charges are, how long they’ve lived in their current residence, if they’re employed, etc.

When that’s complete, most of our customers prefer to use our bail bond by Fax or e-mail option which permits us to speed up the bail process even faster. Timing from first phone call to completion of paperwork can be accomplished in 15 to 30 minutes for most bonds.

We understand that not everyone may be in the position to afford the full amount of a bail. That’s why we offer flexible payment options. We never tack on any additional finance fees, charges or taxes, and we offer no collateral bail options to qualified applicants. We find that most of our clients choose the convenience of using a credit card, as this is the quickest way to obtain a bail bond. We always accept cash.

Please contact Tonya Page Bail Bonds for further information. You’ll speak with a courteous agent who will listen to your needs and work quickly to have your friend or family member released from any jail in the Los Angeles County.

Call our toll-free number 1-877-861-3761 anytime, day or night. We’re ready to help you.


Updated: 03/02/2015