San Diego inmate records contain information about detainees in prison or jail. These records can contain vital information such as name, birth date, ethnicity, gender, crime committed, and more. For family members and the public, inmate records can be useful for checking on their status and criminal information.
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San Diego Police Department (SDPD Inmate Locator)
2501 Imperial Ave., San Diego, CA 92102
San Diego County Sheriff’s Department (SDCSD Inmate Search)
9621 Ridgehaven Court, San Diego, CA, 92123
San Diego Superior Court Criminal (Felony, Misdemeanor)
Onsite Search – Yes
1100 Union St Central Courthouse San Diego, CA 92101
San Diego Central Jail (SDCJ)
1173 Front St, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 610-1647
George Bailey Detention Facility
446 Alta Rd. Ste. 5300 San Diego, CA 92158
East Mesa Re-Entry Facility
446 Alta Rd., Ste. 5200 San Diego, CA 92158
Facility 8 Detention Facility (Juvenile Detention Facility)
446 Alta Rd, San Diego, CA 92158
Phone: (619) 210-0327
Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility
480 Alta Rd, San Diego, CA 92179
Phone: (619) 661-6500
Western Region Detention Facility
220 W C St, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 232-9221
Metropolitan Correction Center San Diego
808 Union St, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 232-4311
Otay Mesa Detention Center
7488 Calzada De La Fuente, San Diego, CA 92231
Phone: (619) 671-8724
San Diego Jail Inmate Search Online
When looking to do a San Diego inmate search, the internet can be a helpful tool. One option would be to use a solid search engine like Google to find local and state resources.
You will need to know which state the inmate is incarcerated in. Second, you will need as much information about the inmate as possible, like their full name and date of birth. With this information, you should be able to locate inmate records reasonably easily.
California State Prison VS County Jail
While prison and jail are used to hold people who have broken the law, there are major differences. One is that prisons are usually larger than jails. This is because California prisoners are designed to house inmates found guilty of serious crimes. San Diego jails are used primarily to hold people accused of offenses or serving time for minor crimes.
The county generally runs the jail, while the state and feds will run prisons. Some consider prisons more dangerous than jail because it houses the most violent criminals in the country. Prisons are, therefore, more tightly guarded than jails.
California Prison Inmate Search
The Department of Corrections and Federal prison websites are a must for California prison checks.
Every state DOC has a website. From there, you can research by prisoner ID numbers or names.
San Diego Jail Inmate Search
To verify if someone has been taken into police custody in San Diego. Contact the police department of the area where the police took the person into custody. Ask the police department if they have information on the suspect. You can also contact the county sheriff’s office if the police department can’t help you.
San Diego Jail Mugshots
San Diego mugshots have many uses. The public can employ them to locate missing persons, identify criminal suspects and put a face to a criminal case.
The media works with jail mugshots for reporting criminal stories.
San Diego Jail Log
You can get San Diego jail logs at any sheriff’s office in your county. These records may be subject to some restrictions in some counties.
San Diego Jail Roster
The best place to begin your San Diego jail roster search is the county sheriff’s office. Look for a page on their website that reads “jail roster” or something similar.