CALIFORNIA - LOS ANGELES COUNTY JAILS
Los Angeles County Jail Information
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The Los Angeles County Jail system is complex and can be confusing. In fact, it is the largest jail systems in the world. Los Angeles is policed by the LAPD, the LA Sheriff's Department and independant city police departements such as the Burbank PD.
You may post bail bonds at any of these jails by working with a licensed California bail bond agent. If you know an name of the arrestee, you may search for the Los Angeles County inmate information.
Twin Towers & Men's Central Jail
The main men's facilities for Los Angeles County. Twin Towers and Men's Central Jail are located LA County's downtown jail complex, along with the Inmate Reception Center (IRC). These jails are often referred to interchably as Mens Central Jail and Twin Towers Jail. The Complex makes up the world's largest jail facility. If you need to arrange a bail bond for Twin Towers Jail, it's important to start the bail process as soon as possible. Being so large, this jail generally takes 12 to 24 hours to process in and out on bail.
Los Angeles Women's Jail
Women arrested in the Los Angeles will likely be taken or transferred to the LASD Century City Station in Lynwood. The Lynwood Jail, also known as the Centrury Station Jail, serves as LA County’s main Women’s Jail.
West LA County Jails
The West L.A. and the Westside are serviced by Region II of the Los Angeles County Sherrif's Department (LASD). In addition to providing police services for the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles, the Sherrif's Department is under contract for protection services for various ciites LA County. Region II is comprised of the following Sheriff's stations: Avalon in Catalina, Carson, Century in Lynnwood, Compton, Lennox in Inglewood, Lawndale, Lomita, and Marina del Rey.
San Fernando Valley Jails
Some cities within the San Fernando Valley have independant police departments such as the Burbank Police Department. Predominently, however, the San Fernando Valley police services are provided by the Los Angeles Police Department. The Los Angeles County Sherrif's Department services LA County's unincorpated SFV area.
The LAPD jail systems provide services throughout the SFV. The Valley Bureau of the LAPD oversees operations in the following areas: Devonshire, Foothill, Mission, North Hollywood, Van Nuys, and West Valley, as well as Valley Traffic Division. Cities in the Valley which are serviced by LAPD include Arleta, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Granada Hills, Lakeview, Panorama City, North Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Mission Hills, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Shadow Hills, Sun Valley, Studio City, Sunland, Sherman Oaks, Sylmar, Tarzana, Terrace, Tujunga, Valley Village, Van Nuys, West Hills, Winnetka, Woodland Hills and surrounding areas.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) provides police services for LA County's unicorporated areas in the San Fernando Valley as well as contract services for some of the County's cities. Because most of the San Fernando Valley is serviced by the Los Angeles Police Department, Sheriff's Stations in The Valley are limited to Malibu/Lost Hills, West Hollywood and the Universal Citywalk substation.
Central LA County Jails
Police and protection services for Central Los Angeles are provided by the Central Bureau of LAPD. The Central Bureau oversees operations in the following stations Central, Hollenbeck, Newton, Northeast and Rampart, as well as the Central Traffic Division. The Central Bureau includes the downtown business district, the Garment District, MacArthur Park, Dodger Stadium, Eagle Rock, and Griffith Park.
South Los Angeles Jails
Police services for the southern area of the City of Los Angeles are provided by the South Bureau of the LAPD. The South Bureau oversees operations at four stations: Harbor, 77th Street, Southeast and Southwest. Some local cities, such as Torrance, have independant police departments which run their own jails.