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      Central Jail Complex (Men & Women) Profile & General Information



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      Orange County Sheriff's Department
      Central Jail Complex
      550 N. Flower St.
      Santa Ana, Ca. 92702






      Men's & Women's Central Jails




      The Men's and Women's Central Jails are traditional style cell block and dormitory jail facilities which house both sentenced and pre-trial maximum security inmates. The linear design requires inmates to be moved to services such as meals, roof recreation, visiting, either individually, in small groups or via mass movement. Both the Central Men's Jail and the Central Women's Jail provide for the custody of persons arrested for crimes within Orange County pending disposition by due process of law as well as those sentenced to the County Jail. The Central Men’s Jail entire 2nd floor is dedicated to housing and treating the medical needs of inmates throughout the Central Jail Complex. In addition to providing for the care and custody of the persons in the jails, the Sheriff's Department provides opportunities for vocational and educational training for inmates housed in these facilities.

      Public visiting occurs on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

      CJ1




      CJ1 arraignment courtroom began operation on October 28th and is conducting approximately 25 to 70 arraig nments per day. CJ1 is located at the Central Men’s Jail in the old video arraignment room. Eventually every inmate booked and held for court will have their arraignment conducted at CJ1 county wide. CJ1’s goal is to accommodate approximately 200 arraignments per day. The new facility was designed for maximum efficiency and to further enhance the timely arraignment of new bookings. The location and design of the facility will reduce transportation time and costs associated with arraignments conducted at various courtrooms around the county. It will also streamline the court system by bundling court cases, allowing inmates to address all their open cases from a central location.


      Inmate Records


      Inmate Records is a 24 hour 7 day a week operation which entails booking, computing sentence ending dates and ensuring all inmates are scheduled for court within the established guidelines as set by law. On an average court day, there are over 400 inmates that need to be processed either by computing a sentence and/or updating the inmate for a future court date. Currently, Inmate Records unit is responsible for processing approximately 60,000 bookings as well as over 53,000 releases annually.





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      Central Jail Complex - Sending Money Information

      Cashier’s Office

      The Cashier’s office at the IRC is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

      Inmate Accounts

      Inmates may have money (cash), city/county/state/ or United States Government checks or money orders deposited to their account. Money orders must be made out to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and the inmate’s name and booking number must be annotated on the reference line of the money order. These will be credited to the inmate’s account, not to exceed $500.00.

      • Only cash or money orders payable in U.S. dollars are accepted at the Cashier’s office. Money orders may either be deposited at the Cashier’s office or mailed to the inmate through the U.S. mail. Government checks must be mailed to the inmate. This is for tracking purposes and because the inmates must endorse these checks before they can be deposited.
      • Personal checks, Cashier’s/Official checks, and Traveler’s checks are NOT accepted for inmate accounts.
      • Money can be placed on an inmate’s account at either the Central Jail Complex or at the Theo Lacy Branch Jail, regardless of where the inmate is housed. These funds are available for the inmate to use immediately after they are placed on the inmate’s account.
      • Possession of monies by an inmate is forbidden.
      • Funds may not be transferred from the account of one inmate to the account of another inmate without the express permission of the Watch Commander.


      Bail-Cash


      • Cashier’s/Official checks for any bail amount will be accepted only when properly verified with the issuing financial institution. Make check payable to “Orange County Sheriff Department”. Please bring a business card with the bank employee’s name and number for verification.
      • Personal checks may be used, provided that the pre-printed name and address on the check matches the issuer’s Driver’s License or California ID. These checks must be drawn on a California bank with a California address.
      • Personal checks are only accepted up to $7,500 per checking account.
      • Personal checks must be payable to the court.
      • Traveler’s checks are acceptable only if signed at the Cashier’s office in the presence of a cashier.
      • Company/business checks are NOT accepted.
      • Cash, money orders and checks may NOT be combined for bail payment.
      • Bail for all courts outside of Orange County must be paid in cash.


      Bail-Bond

      • The Sheriff’s Department can NOT recommend, suggest, or otherwise direct you to any Bail Bond Agent/Company for a bail bond purchase.
      • A person bringing a bond will be fingerprinted and his/her identity will be verified, unless he/she is a licensed bond agent.

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      Central Jail Complex - Intake/Release Center

      Intake Release Center (IRC)




      The Intake Release Center (IRC) is one of three facilities in the Sheriff's Department Central Jail Complex (CJX) located in Santa Ana. The IRC is the entry point for all new arrestees brought into the Orange County Jail system. Inmates are screened for medical and mental health needs upon entry, booked, and then classified to determine appropriate housing. The booking process serves to correctly identify inmates through photographs and fingerprints while preparing them for housing assignments in one of the Sheriff's Department's multiple jail facilities. Approximately 66,000 arrestees are processed each year.
      The IRC contains five maximum security housing modules holding male and female inmates. Inmates receive three meals a day, public and official visits, commissary, religious services, outdoor recreation, and dayroom activities. A myriad of educational and self-help classes to include a G.E.D certification program are also offered. The IRC serves as a focal point for transportation of CJX inmates to court and in-custody transfers to other law enforcement and correctional agencies to include state prison.


      Public visiting occurs on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

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      Central Jail Complex - Mail Information


      General Mailing:


      Orange County Sheriff's Department
      550 N. Flower St.
      Santa Ana, Ca. 92703


      Inmate Mailing:

      Inmate name and Booking Number (required information)
      550 N. Flower St.
      Santa Ana, Ca. 92703
      Inmates are permitted to send and receive unlimited correspondence. The only exception is when there is reasonable cause to justify limitations for reasons of public safety or facility order, or to prevent violation of state or federal law. All incoming/outgoing mail is subject to search prior to being delivered.


      Acceptable Mail Items:

      Mail must meet the following guidelines:

      • Mail must contain both the inmate’s name and booking number and the sender’s name and return address. The envelope may not contain any other unnecessary writing, artwork, or markings on it.
      • New paperback books, magazines, or newspapers must be mailed or sent directly by the publisher or an accepted distributor, such as amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, costco.com, walmart.com, etc. (Amazon Marketplace vendors are NOT considered secure sources and are prohibited.) Torn pages or torn articles from publications are not allowed. Used books and hardcover, vinyl, and leather-bound books are NOT allowed. Inmates may only possess a maximum of 5 books or magazines
      • Magazines, illustrations, or photographs showing female nipples, genitals, sexual activities, bondage, or degradation are not allowed. Personal photographs may not contain nudity, partial nudity or be sexually suggestive.
      • Photographs depicting gangs, gang hand gestures, weapons, drugs, unlawful activities are not allowed. Any material tending to incite or promote racism, violence or any other prohibited conduct is prohibited.
      • Oversized packages or boxes will not be accepted and will be returned to the sender unless previously approved by the Division Commander. (An oversized package is defined as any item larger than a 9"x12" legal size manila envelope.) Boxes will not be accepted unless they are from an approved secure source.
      • Mail containing correspondence material (envelopes, paper, pencils, stamps, etc.) will not be accepted. All correspondence material must be purchased through jail commissary or ordered and shipped directly from the United States Postal Service online store, The Postal Store, at www.usps.com. Only stamps and envelopes are accepted from the USPS online store.
      • Money orders must be made payable to the "Orange County Sheriff’s Department," with the inmate’s name and booking number annotated on the reference line of the money order. Personal checks, cashier’s checks, corporate checks, and payroll checks are not accepted. ($500.00 is the maximum amount inmates may have on their account at any time)
      • There is a maximum limit of 10 pages of additional photocopied or printed materials (including photographs) allowed inside mail being sent to inmates.


      Mail Containing The Following Items Will Not Be Accepted:

      • Items that cannot be inspected without being damaged (e.g. multilayered cards, Polaroids, laminated or glued items, etc.).
      • Items containing foil or metal of any type, glass, wood, hard plastic, rubber, hair, leaves, flowers, paperclips, jewelry, staples, whiteout, colored paper, tracing paper, heavy art paper, glitter, confetti, stickers, tape, glue, paint, watercolors, tobacco products, or other prohibited substances, or any items written in crayon, chalk, or markers.
      • Items that may compromise the security of the facility.
      • Wall posters, travel brochures, catalogs, wall calendars, or any other item larger than a legal size piece of paper.
      • Credit cards, personal checkbooks, original certificates (e.g., marriage, driver’s license, diplomas, etc.).
      • Any food item.
      • Any article of clothing, hygiene item or other personal property. (One pair of prescription or reading glasses may be mailed in. Eyeglasses must be in a non-decorative plastic frame. Eyeglass cases are NOT allowed. Two boxes of contacts are allowed. Inmates may obtain contact lens solution and contact lens cases from the jail dispensary.)
      • Third party letters. (Correspondents may not forward letters from one person to another.)
      • Any item that contains any unknown substance or unknown odor (e.g., stains, lipstick, perfume, smoke, etc.).

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      Central Jail Complex (Men & Women) - Visiting Information

      Intake/Release Center (IRC)
      550 N. Flower St.
      Santa Ana, CA 92703


      Visiting Hours:

      General population
      Friday through Sunday 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
      Last sign-up to visit is at 5:00 P.M. All visiting times are subject to change without notice.
      Module J (Protective Custody)
      Friday through Sunday 9:00 A.M., 2:00 P.M. and 3:00 P.M.
      Module J R-3
      Friday through Sunday 9:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M.
      Module J (Total Separation)
      Friday through Sunday 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. and 12:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
      Module N
      Friday through Sunday, Males 9:00 A.M., 1:00 P.M., 3:00 P.M., and 5 P.M.
      Females 8:00 A.M., 10:00 A.M. 12:00 P.M., and 2:00 P.M.
      Note:

      Inmates at the Intake/Release Center
      and the Central Men's Jail
      receive their meals from 11:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
      and 4:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. daily,
      and no visits are offered at these times.

      • Inmates are allowed one visit per visiting day.
      • Visits are limited to two persons and one child under 5 years of age.
      • Visits are on a first come/first served basis
      • We strongly urge visitors to coordinate their visits with their loved ones so as to avoid a situation where two visitors show up (at different times) to visit the same inmate. One of the visitors will be turned away as inmates are only allowed one visit per day.
      • Visitors are required to show Identification prior to a visit. Only government issued ID’s are accepted (Driver’s License, Identification Card, Passport, Consular card, etc.)

      Central Men's Jail
      550 N. Flower St.
      Santa Ana, CA, 92703
      email: cjx@ocsd.org


      Visiting Hours:

      (Protective Custody) Mod’s A & D
      Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8:00 A.M. ONLY
      (Protective Custody) Mod’s C & F
      Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1300
      (General Population)
      Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
      (Total Separation)
      Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1:00 P.M. ONLY
      (R3 Inmates)
      Friday, Saturday and Sunday 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M.
      (Mainline Inmates)
      Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
      (Civil Inmates)
      Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2:00 P.M. ONLY
      Note:

      Inmates at the Intake/Release Center
      and the Central Men's Jail
      receive their meals from 10:45 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
      and 3:30 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. daily,
      and may refuse visits offered at these times.

      • Inmates are allowed one visit per visiting day.
      • Visits are limited to two persons and one child under 5 years of age.
      • Visits are on a first come/first served basis
      • We strongly urge visitors to coordinate their visits with their loved ones so as to avoid a situation where two visitors show up (at different times) to visit the same inmate. One of the visitors will be turned away as inmates are only allowed one visit per day.
      • Visitors are required to show Identification prior to a visit. Only government issued ID’s are accepted (Driver’s License, Identification Card, Passport, Consular card, etc.)

      Central Women's Jail
      550 N. Flower St.
      Santa Ana, CA, 92703


      Visiting Hours:

      Friday - Sunday 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
      Last sign-up to visit: 5:00 P.M.

      • Inmates are allowed one visit per visiting day.
      • Visits are limited to two persons and one child under 5 years of age.
      • Visits are on a first come/first served basis
      • We strongly urge visitors to coordinate their visits with their loved ones so as to avoid a situation where two visitors show up (at different times) to visit the same inmate. One of the visitors will be turned away as inmates are only allowed one visit per day.
      • Visitors are required to show Identification prior to a visit. Only government issued ID’s are accepted (Driver’s License, Identification Card, Passport, Consular card, etc.)

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      Central Jail Complex - Frequently Asked Questions

      Q: Can I visit with my only identification being expired?

      A: No.

      Q: Can I drop off books or magazines for an inmate?

      A: No, these must arrive directly from the publisher or an approved online retailer.

      Q: Can I drop off a package of hygiene items for an inmate?

      A: No. No packages or mail may be dropped off at any facility.

      Q: What happens to an inmate's property that is transferred to state prison?

      A: The inmate can release the property to a designated person prior to being transferred. If the property is not released it goes with the inmate to prison.

      Q: Can I drop off prescription glasses or contact lenses for an inmate?

      A: Yes. At the men's jail attorney bonds area. Glasses may not have metal frames or contain metal inside of the plastic frames.

      Q: When can I visit an inmate?

      A: See visiting hours posted on this website.

      Q: Can an inmate sign official documentation, such as titles and child custody forms, while in custody?

      A: Yes. You will need a process server to do this for you.

      Q: How do I know when an inmate is going to court?

      A: Call the court.

      Q: How much money can an inmate have on their account?

      A: $500.00

      Q: How long does it take to bail or bond out an inmate?

      A: An average of six to eight hours.

      Q: Can inmate's clothes be replaced?

      A: Yes. A clothing exchange form is completed by the person exchanging the clothes and is agreed to by the inmate. This may take several hours to complete.

      Q: Can I visit an inmate in the hospital?

      A: No.
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