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San Diego County Detention Bureau, CA Inmate Search, Mugshots, Prison Roster

San Diego County Detention Bureau
Facility Name
San Diego County Detention Bureau
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
PO Box 939062, San Diego, CA, 92193-9062
Phone
619-531-3200
Capacity
6147
City
San Diego
Postal Code
92193-9062
State
California
Country
San Diego County
Official Website
Website

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Monday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Friday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Holiday Closed

The San Diego County Detention Bureau is located in San Diego, California. The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department operates and manages the San Diego County Detention Bureau. 

This facility is also composed of an inmate work center. The San Diego County Detention Bureau is pretty close to the inmate work center.

This facility is in the Public Safety Building. You can get to the main entrance of the California Sheriff’s Office from Central Street, from there you can get to the San Diego County Detention Bureau

The San Diego County Detention Bureau generally detains San Diego County residences. Most of the inmates in the San Diego County Detention Bureau serve no more than a two-year sentence. The law agencies in and around San Diego County that work closely with the San Diego County Detention Bureau, the police department, sheriff’s department, U.S Marshals as well as other law enforcement agencies. 

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department manages and operates the San Diego County Detention Bureau. Keeping and maintaining an up to date database of all current inmates is a big responsibility. That is what the San Diego County Sheriff's Department does.

The San Diego County Detention Bureau has their roster open with their current arrests available to the general public by the San Diego County Sheriff's department. This database can be found on the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department official website.

By the inmates name you can search the San Diego County Detention Bureau roster.

Unfortunately, the releases and mugshots will not be in the database. You will need to contact the San Diego County Detention Bureau, if you want to know more information than what is in the database.

San Diego County Detention Bureau, inmates can get written letters from their family and friends. For safety reasons the employees of the San Diego County Detention Bureau will check all mail when it arrives. The San Diego County Detention Bureau staff will pass the mail to the correct inmates after the mail gets checked. 

When sending items to the prison along with your letters, there are a number of things you should not send with your letters when sending letters to inmates at the San Diego County Detention Bureau. Here is the list below:

  • Metal
  • Stamps
  • Ribbons
  • Confetti
  • Glitter
  • Plastic
  • String
  • Gang Related Items
  • Polaroids
  • Lipstick/Lip Gloss/Chapstick
  • Perfume
  • Writing Paper
  • Pens
  • Pencil
  • Envelopes
  • Music Cards
  • No photographs larger than 5×7”

Inmates in the San Diego County Detention Bureau can also receive books, magazines, and newspapers. The books, magazines, and newspapers will need to be delivered directly to the prison from the bookstore or publisher. All incoming books will be required to be paperback. All hardcover books are prohibited. If a hardcover book is sent, it will be sent back to the sender. Keep in mind that all books will need to be new too. Used books are not permitted.

The mailing address for inmates in the San Diego County Detention Bureau is:

Inmate Name
San Diego County Detention Bureau
PO Box 939062, San Diego, CA, 92193-9062

While in the San Diego County Detention Bureau, inmates will need money to make purchases in the commissary. There are a few different ways you can deposit funds into an inmate's account at the San Diego County Detention Bureau

At the San Diego County Detention Bureau there is a TouchPay Kiosk that you can use in the lobby during the normal business hours. You can use cash, debit cards and credit cards.

You can deposit funds if you go online to the TouchPay website, if going to the San Diego County Detention Bureau is not convenient for you.

You can also make deposit funds using your debit or credit card over the phone when you call TouchPay at 1-866-232-1899. 

The San Diego County Detention Bureau inmates are not allowed to receive phone calls from their friends and family. During their phone time, the inmates at the San Diego County Detention Bureau are allowed to call their friends and family. The inmates are only allowed 15-minute calls. The call will be disconnected as soon as the 15 minutes is up. 

Calling features such as three-way calling and call forwarding are prohibited for the inmates to use at the San Diego County Detention Bureau. However, if an inmate is caught using any of these features, the call will be disconnected right away. Disciplinary action will be taken against the inmate that is found using these features. 

The San Diego County Detention Bureau inmates are allowed to only make collect calls. Only those who have a landline will be able to receive the collect calls coming from an inmate. Inmates will not be able to make collect calls to anyone who only has a cell phone. The Individual receiving the collect call is the one responsible for any and all fees associated with the collect call. The San Diego County Detention Bureau is not responsible for any and all charges from the collect calls.

At the San Diego County Detention Bureau, inmates do not have access to the internet. The inmates can not communicate with friend and family using any electronic messaging systems.

You will need to send inmates at the San Diego County Detention Bureau a written letter to the address above, if you would like to stay in touch with them.

San Diego County Detention Bureau inmates are allowed to receive visitors. All visitors under the age of 18 will are allowed to visit, however, they will need to stay with their legal guardian. Before you are allowed to visit you will be required to present either your driver’s license, state identification card, or your United States Passport, at the San Diego County Detention Bureau

Keep in mind, all of your personal belongings will have to stay in your car. You are not allowed to bring any personal belongings in the visitation area. 

At the San Diego County Detention Bureau, inmates can have one visit each week. Inmates are allowed a 60-minute visit each visit. 

At the San Diego County Detention Bureau inmates can have one visit per week. Inmates are allowed a 60-minute visit each visit.