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Fairfax Jail Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: July 8, 2022
Fairfax Jail
415-453-5330
144 Bolinas Road, Fairfax, CA, 94930
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The Fairfax Jail despite the name is not a jail. The Fairfax Jail is just a holding pen for people who have been arrested in the Fairfax limits.

Unfortunately, with the holding pen in the Fairfax Jail is quite small. So, offenders will only be in this small holding pen for hours, if that. Most of the offenders that have been arrested in the Fairfax limits will be brought directly to the Marin County Detention Center and skip going down to the Fairfax Jail all together.

Keep in mind that the Fairfax Police Department will also manage this smallholding pen as well.

Fairfax Jail — General Information

Fairfax Jail, City Jail.
Adult.
144 Bolinas Road, Fairfax, CA, 94930
http://www.fairfaxpd.org/
415-453-5330

There is no way in with the Fairfax Police Department where you can locate an inmate. There will be no inmates that are in the Fairfax Jail.

Ultimately, all inmates will ALWAYS be brought down to the Marin County Detention Center. If you would like to contact them to find out if the offender you are looking for is in their facility, you can at 415-453-5330.

When contacting the Marin County Detention Center, please tell them you suspect that the Fairfax Police Department was the arresting agency along with the offender first and last name.

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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The Fairfax Jail is rarely used. There is NO sending mail whatsoever to the Fairfax Jail. You will want to wait until the offender gets transferred, booked, and processed into the Marin County Detention Center before you will be permitted to send mail to them.

Sending Money

The Fairfax Jail is rarely ever used. The offender may be in a cell for just under an hour, if that. The offender will NOT have any need for cash during their time in the holding pen. You will want to wait to send cash when they get over to the Marin County Detention Center.

Phone calls

The offender will not be permitted to make any phone calls until they are officially booked into the Marin County Detention Center. As previously stated, the Fairfax Police Department will bring the offender typically to that facility as it has more manpower.

Visitation

The Fairfax Jail is rarely used. There is NO visitation whatsoever in the Fairfax Jail. You will want to wait until the offender gets transferred, booked, and processed into the Marin County Detention Center before you will be permitted to visit with them.

Visiting Hours

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

Directions

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