How do I find an inmate in California county jail?
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Consequently, how do I find out if someone is in jail in Orange County CA?
Enter inmate information to search Orange County Jail to locate inmates for status and bail information. You can search by name or booking number. Inmate listing information is also provided via phone at (714) 459-2663 for Orange County Jail and all other jails and facilities including the Theo Lacy facility.
Furthermore, how can I find out if someone is in jail in California? To find someone who has been jailed in California, use the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's online Inmate Locator. You can also access an offender's information by phone or fax at the Department's Identification Unit.
Correspondingly, how do I find out if someone is in jail in Los Angeles?
The public can call 213-473-6100, 24 hours a day to find out if a person is in custody. Callers can obtain information on anyone who is in custody at jails operated by either the Los Angeles Police Department or Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
How do I find an inmate's booking number?
Visit the website of the prison where the individual is being housed and look for a tab or link that says "search for inmates," or something similar. Fill in the required information (typically the name of the inmate). The search should return the inmate's booking number.