San Marcos City Jail Inmate Search and Prison Information

Updated on: March 4, 2020
San Marcos City Jail

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The San Marcos City Jail is just like any other city jail within the United States. The San Marcos City Jail is connected to the San Marcos Police Department.

The San Marcos City Jail is nestled in San Marcos, California. The San Marcos City Jail serves the San Marcos area and that is it. Inmates who are arrested within the city limits will be brought to the San Marcos City Jail as they wait to either get transferred out to the county jail or be released on their own accord.

The San Marcos City Jail will only process adult male and adult female offenders in their facility.

San Marcos - General Information

  • Facility Name

    San Marcos City Jail

  • Facility Type

    City Jail

  • Address

    333 South Twin Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos, CA, 92096-0001

  • Phone

    760-750-4567

  • City

    San Marcos

  • Postal Code

    92096-0001

  • State

    California

  • Country

    San Diego County

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Facility Name

    San Marcos City Jail

  • Facility Type

    City Jail

  • Address

    333 South Twin Oaks Valley Road, San Marcos, CA, 92096-0001

  • Phone

    760-750-4567

  • Country

    San Diego County

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The San Marcos City Jail does not technically hold offenders for long periods of time. Most offenders will either be released back out into the community within a few hours or inmates will be transferred out to the county jail where they will be booked and processed there.

Since the offenders will be in and out of the facility, the San Marcos City Jail opted to not have their inmate roster available for the public to view.

If you are wondering who the police department arrests were or their mugshots, you will need to contact San Marcos City Jail. They will be able to give you the information you need over the phone.

Send a Mail/Package

Just as we have already previously discussed, offenders will not be permitted to get letters while they are held in the San Marcos City Jail.

You will need to wait until the offender is transferred to the county facility before you can start sending them mail.

Sending Money

With the in and out of inmates daily or sometimes on an hourly basis, offenders are not allowed to have any money on them. There is no need for an inmate/offender to have money on them while they are in the San Marcos City Jail.

Please do not come down to the San Marcos City Jail or try to mail money to the San Marcos City Jail. All money will be refused or returned to sender.

Phone Calls

Offenders will be permitted to have a single phone call when they are in the San Marcos City Jail. You will not be permitted to contact them while they are being held in the San Marcos City Jail.

If the offender calls you, you will be responsible for the fees associated with their telephone call. The San Marcos City Jail is not accountable for any fees associated with the call the inmate makes.

Visitation Rules

Offenders are not permitted to have visitors while they are being held in the San Marcos City Jail. Want to visit the offender? You will be required to wait until they are either released from the San Marcos City Jail and back in the community or wait until they have been transferred out to the county facility.

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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