Long Beach Men's Jail, CA Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: April 30, 2020
Long Beach Men’s Jail

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In Long Beach, California is where you will be able to find the Long Beach Men's Jail. This facility is a medium security holding facility for the Long Beach Police Department or agencies within the judicial district of Los Angeles County. The Long Beach Police Department is in charge of operating this facility.

The Long Beach Men's Jail is a 132 bed short term police jail that holds adult inmates that have been taken in for charges such as theft, assault, etc. A majority of the inmates that are held in this facility will be transferred to the Los Angeles County Jail where they will be arraigned and read the charges before a magistrate.

Long Beach Men's Jail - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Long Beach Men’s Jail

  • Facility Type

    City Jail

  • Address

    400 West Broadway Avenue, Long Beach, CA, 90802

  • Phone

    562-570-7260, 562-570-7320

  • Capacity

    132

  • City

    Long Beach

  • Postal Code

    90802

  • State

    California

  • Country

    Los Angeles County

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Facility Name

    Long Beach Men’s Jail

  • Facility Type

    City Jail

  • Address

    400 West Broadway Avenue, Long Beach, CA, 90802

  • Phone

    562-570-7260, 562-570-7320

  • Capacity

    132

  • Country

    Los Angeles County

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Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports.

If you are looking for information on an inmate or want to search for an inmate within the Long Beach Men's Jail you will need to contact the Long Beach Men's Jail. The Long Beach Men's Jail phone number is 562-570-7260, 562-570-7320.

Send a Mail/Package

Inmates at Long Beach Men's Jail are allowed to send as well as receive letters in the mail. If you would like to send an inmate a letter you will have to send a 4"x 6 " plain white postcard that is metered. Be sure to use a pencil or blue or black ink only.

All other mail will be sent back to the sender or released to the inmate once they are released.

Sending Money

Inmates that are held in the Long Beach Men's Jail do not have a way to receive money from loved ones while they are there. Inmates have all of their needs provided for them while they are held here so they do not need any money.

Phone Calls

All inmates at Long Beach Men's Jail get phone time to call their family and friends. Phone time is limited to 15 minutes then the call is disconnected when the time runs out. Inmates are only allowed to make collect calls and they are not allowed to receive calls.

Visitation Rules

Inmates at Long Beach Men's Jail are allowed to have visitors every week. Children 17 years of age and younger must be accompanied by a parent or their legal guardian.

You will be required to present your government-issued photo ID before you are allowed to go into the visitation area.

Remember to leave all of your personal belongings in your vehicle. This includes your cell phone.

The Long Beach Men's Jail staff can deny visitation if you are not dressed appropriately so be sure to be dressed in clothing that is not revealing or offensive.

You could also be denied visitation if you are on parole or probation.

VISITATION 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

Directions

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