What is Cjf in Milwaukee?
Moreover, what does Cjf stand for in jail?
Milwaukee County Jail (CJF)
One may also ask, what number do I call to see if someone is in jail? The public can call 213-473-6100, 24 hours a day to find out if a person is in custody.
Similarly, you may ask, how do I bail someone out of jail in Milwaukee?
Bail can be paid at the County Jail Cashiers office on the G level of the Criminal Justice Building. Cash, cashier's check, money orders and all major credit cards are accepted. A valid form of identification must be presented when paying bail. Checks must be made out to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office.
How do I find an inmate in Milwaukee County Jail?
You can visit your friend or family member in-person at 949 North 9th Street or via video (on-site or from home or another location). You must register on HomeWAV in order to visit an inmate either way. All visits must be scheduled ahead of time with the Office of the Sheriff.