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Updated on: January 9, 2021

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The Shreveport City Jail is nestled in Shreveport, Louisiana. The Shreveport City Jail is commonly confused with the Caddo Parish County Jail.

First and foremost, the Shreveport City Jail is the short-term housing holding pen for inmates before they get either bonded out, released, or transferred to the Caddo Parish County Jail.

At most an inmate will be in the Shreveport City Jail for around 72 hours or 3 days. Inmates will then be transferred out to the Caddo Parish County Jail for a longer-term holding pen.

Shreveport City Jail
Facility Name
Shreveport City Jail
Facility Type
City Jail
Address
755 Hope Street, Shreveport, LA, 71101
Phone
318-673-7304, 318-673-7130
Capacity
200
City
Shreveport
Postal Code
71101
State
Louisiana
Country
Caddo Parish County
Official Website
Website

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Monday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Holiday Closed

Inmate Search

The Shreveport City Jail as we previously talked about is a short-term holding pen for inmates who have been arrested in and around the Shreveport City. With people getting arrested daily and people also leaving the Shreveport City Jail Daily, it is hard for the facility to keep an up to the minute updated roster for the general public to search through.

This is the prime reason why the Shreveport City Jail does not have their inmate roster available to the public. If you have questions or are looking for someone in the Shreveport City Jail, you will need to get in contact with facility with your questions, comments, and concerns.

Sending a Mail

Again, as we previously talked about the Shreveport City Jail is not a long-term holding facility for inmates. Inmates are in and out of the facility quickly.

With, you are not permitted to send inmates packages, handwritten letters, or cash because by the time they would get these items they would not be in the Shreveport City Jail any longer.

Please do not send any of these above items to the Shreveport City Jail as it will not be given to the inmate. It will not be forwarded to the inmate. It will be sent back to the original sender.

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Sending Money

Again, as we previously talked about the Shreveport City Jail is not a long-term holding facility for inmates. Inmates are in and out of the facility quickly.

Inmates will not need any funds while they are in the Shreveport City Jail.

Phone Calls

The only privilege inmates will have while they are passing the time in the Shreveport City Jail is, they will have the chance to use the telephones.

The telephone system here is not like county, state, or federal prisons. The Shreveport City Jail only allows inmates to make collect calls only. So, if the person the inmate is trying to reach does not have a landline, they will never receive the call.

All calls will be limited to around 15 to 20 minutes depending on how many inmates are currently in the Shreveport City Jail.

You will also need to keep in mind that no phone calls here at the Shreveport City Jail are private. There will always be a Shreveport City Jail staff member that will be listening to all phone calls that are made from the facility. That staff member has the right to disconnect the call at their discretion.

Visiting Rules

Visitation at the Shreveport City Jail is only reserved for the inmate’s legal counsel. Family and friends of the inmates will not be permitted to visit.

Directions

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