Salinas City Jail Inmate Search and Prison Information
970 Circle Drive, Salinas, CA, 93905
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The Salinas City Jail is situated in Salinas, California.
The Salinas City Jail is a part of the Salinas Police Department. The Salinas Police Department is the law enforcement agency that runs the Salinas City Jail 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Salinas City Jail is a small medium-security holding pen for offenders who were arrested around the city. The Salinas City Jail does not house offenders for more than three days due to their size.
If an offender is not released back into the community, the offender will be sent off the local county correctional facility.
Salinas City Jail — General Information
Adult, Capacity 85 persons.
970 Circle Drive, Salinas, CA, 93905
How to Find Someone in Salinas City Jail
Now that you know that the Salinas City Jail is indeed managed and operated by the Salinas Police Department you are probably wondering where you can locate the Salinas Police Department records.
That is a great question.
Since the police department is typically spread thin with patrolling the city, running the police department, and running the Salinas City Jail they do not have time to have their inmate search public.
So, if you need information, you will need to get in contact with the Salinas City Jail with your comments, questions, and concerns.
Sending a Mail/Care Package
Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check
The offenders will not be held in the Salinas City Jail long enough to be permitted to receive mail. The Salinas City Jail will return any inmate mail back to the sender. They will not forward the mail to the new facility, if they were transferred.
It was previously stated that the offenders in the Salinas City Jail are only typically in the facility for about 3 days on average. During this time, the Salinas City Jail will attend to all the needs of offenders such as ensuring all offenders get their three meals, personal hygiene, and access to a telephone to call home.
Offenders in the Salinas City Jail have no need for cash.
Offenders will have access to a telephone, which they can use to call home on. The telephone calls are not free for you to pick up with, so you will have to keep that in mind when the offender calls you from the Salinas City Jail. You will oversee paying for those fees.
Offenders could receive visits if they are still in a holding pen in the Salinas City Jail. Visits can be daily between the hours of 9 am to 9 pm.
You should always give the Salinas City Jail a call prior to leaving for the facility to ensure that the offender is still in the facility and has not been released or transferred to another facility.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.
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