Central Detention Center (CDC Jail) Information
Central Detention Center (CDC Jail) is located at:
To Schedule a Visit
Visiting Hours for Central Detention Center Jail (CDC) are 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Attorneys and bail bond agents may visit any day of the week.
To schedule a visit for an inmate at Central Detention Center call 909.887.0364. You must have the inmate's booking number available to schedule a visit.
Booking numbers for inmates at Central Detention Center can be found at inmate booking numbers. Recently arrested inmates may not have a booking number available until after the booking process in completed; the booking process may take up to twelve hours.
To find out the status of an inmate who was recently arrested and transported to Central Detention Center call the above listed general information phone number.
Visiting appointments must be made one day prior to the requested jail visit. Visiting days are Wed-Sun 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Attorneys and bail bond agents may visit any day of the week without an appointment.
Visitors must show valid identification issued by state or federal agency. Visitors are subject to search of their person or property, including vehicles, at any time without a warrant. This also applies to attorneys and bail agents.
Persons who are on probation, parole, out on bail bond after a recent incarceration, or who have been convicted of a felony, must first obtain permission from Central Detention Center before visiting inmates.
Parking is free at Central Detention Center. Visitors must arrive no less than 30 minutes before their scheduled visit. Restroom are available in the lobby only, not in the visiting areas.
All Non-Attorney Communication is Recorded.
No cell phones, recording devices, alcohol, weapons, or tobacco products are allowed in visiting areas. Firearms are not permitted anywhere within the Central Detention Center property.
Minors must be accompanied by adults at all times during visits. Persons who have criminal protective orders against the inmate will not be allowed to visit that inmate.
Visitors must not communicate with prisoners other than the inmate that the visitor signed up to visit.
Once the visitor has left the visiting area the visitor will not be allowed to return to the visiting area even if the allotted visit time has not expired. Remember, there are restrooms in the lobby but not in the visiting areas.
Visits are by telephone with a glass barrier between the inmate and the visitor. There is no physical contact between the visitor and the inmate.
Visits are up to twenty minutes long and may include up to two people at a time. Inmates are allowed only visit a day.
Officials may cancel the visit of an inmate at any time for security reasons. Cancellations also apply to attorneys and bail agents.
Visitors must not attempt to enter the clearly marked areas established for official visitors (criminal defense attorneys, bail bond agents, law enforcement, etc.).
Proper attire during visits: No gang attire, no clothing displaying offensive or obscene language or pictures. No transparent garments. No tank tops, strapless or spaghetti strap tops. No exposure of chest, midriff, genitals, or buttocks. No short skirts or clothes that reveal underwear. Shoes must be worn at all times.
Visitors may put money on an inmate's "books." To put money on the inmate's books means to leave money with the jail that can be used by the inmate for commissary items. The amount of money placed on an inmate's books can not exceeds $200 per week, including phone card purchases. Inmate account totals may not exceed $500. There are kiosks in the visiting lobby of the jail where friends and family can deposit money on the inmate's books.
Release of inmate's property, money, or clothing may be allowed. Property release forms must be signed by the inmate before family or friends can receive any property or money from the inmate.
Some special security unit inmates and inmates under discipline can not receive visitors. This is usually temporary and applies to inmates under protective custody or inmates who have violated a jail rule or regulation, such as fighting while in jail. These inmates may or may not be allowed to speak with their attorneys depending on the nature of the discipline.
Bailing out of CDC: Bail may be made in cash, US postal money order, Western Union money order, or a commercial financial institution cashier's check. Contact a local bail bond or a criminal defense attorney to learn more on how to bail someone out of jail.
For CDC inmate booking information visit: Inmate Locator. For information concerning the inmates criminal charges, court procedures, bail bond questions, or defenses to any California criminal charge, contact the experienced criminal defense attorneys at Dorado & Dorado.
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Bailing out of jail is the process of paying money to secure a release from jail. In addition to posting bail, the accused must make promises to appear in court in the future. Some cases are not bailable, or may require an additional bond. This usually applies to major crimes, defendants who have violated probation, or immigration cases.
Note: the court date for the defendant to appear is usually given to the bail agent at the time of release on bail.
The amount of bail that is to be paid is initially set by the arresting officer who sets the amount of bail according to a bail schedule. For example, the bail schedule for the crime of Prostitution in San Bernardino county is $25,000, for the crime of Pimping, it is $50,000, etc.
Sometimes, after the accused has already bailed out of jail, the district attorney subtracts, adds, or changes criminal charges; therefore, the amount of bail required may change either upwards, downwards, or become unnecessary altogether.
Note: If criminal charges are dropped after the accused bailed out, and the accused used a private bail company to post bail, the accused will not receive a refund from the bail company.
If the criminal charges increase after the accused has already bailed out of jail the judge may require the defendant to post additional bail. This is also true where the defendant did not post bail but rather was released on his or her own recognizance from the jail before court.
There is an option to stake the entire bail amount with the court in lieu of using a private bail company; however, most people use a bail company because bail companies charge as little as five percent of the total bail amount to secure release. The benefit of staking money with the court as opposed to using a private bail company is that the defendant may have a hundred percent return of the amount staked with the court once bail is exonerated or no longer necessary. A bail company always keeps the premium, or percentage, paid.
It may be possible to lower the defendant's bail to below the bail schedule amount. This is usually accomplished through a bail hearing where the defendant's danger to the community and flight risk, among other factors, are considered by a judge.
To learn more about Central Detention Center (CDC jail), how to bail someone out of jail, or posting bond, contact the criminal defense attorneys at Dorado & Dorado, or visit Bail Information.