How to use the Inmate Search for LA County Jail - Twin Towers in California
The Twin Towers Correctional Facility covers 10 acres of land and nearly 1.5 million square-foot of property. This facility can house 2000 inmates. As one of the largest incarceration facilities in the world, Twin Towers can be quite overwhelming when initially dealing with and incarceration facility.
[Article_Ad_2]We are here to try to help you understand how to work your way through the system. When it comes time to post bond, if the inmate is eligible and the bail is set, you need to know how to get this accomplished. Because different jails in different systems may have different rules, if this is your first time dealing with Twin Towers Correctional Facility it could be quite confusing.
The Twin Towers facility actually operates quite differently than some of the other facilities within the Los Angeles County jail system. Therefore we will walk you through how to locate and inmate housed here and how to post bond when and if they are eligible.
You can begin your search from our front page for the Twin Towers. Just in case you happen to hear this facility referred to by other names we will address those here for you. It is sometimes called “The County Jail” and also “The Los Angeles County Jail.” Regardless of the name, if they are referring to the Twin Towers Correctional Facility this will be your process of discovering whether your inmate is housed here or not.
Now let’s get started. Click on this link to get started in searching for your inmate. You will land on the LA County Jail – Twin Towers Inmate Search. Near the top left of the page you will see an orange category heading called Inmate Search. Below that heading you will find the following links.
- Los Angeles County Jail Inmate List
- Los Angeles County Jail Inmate Search
- County Inmates – mobile
- Recent Arrests – Los Angeles County
- Arrest Warrants – Los Angeles County
- VINELINK - Inmate Search
The links here that will be of interest to you should be the top four links. These include the inmate list, inmate search, county mobile, and recent arrest links. Once you click on your link of choice this is the process to follow.
You will first be taken to a page where you need to feel and some information. This information directly relates to the inmate whom you’re trying to find. The last name first name are required fields. Middle name and date of birth are actually optional fields. The benefit of entering all the information is that it will drastically shortened the list through which you have to look to locate your inmate.
There are a couple of other things on this page that may be of interest to you. If you need to speak to operator you can reach them at (213) 473 – 6080. It also click on the click here link to send an email directly to Custody Web Response. He also see information regarding sending money to inmates 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Now back to locating your inmate.
Once you’ve finished entering your inmate’s data click on the search button. You’ll then go to the verification for inmate search page. You’ll see five computer-generated letters that are coded and to what’s called a captcha security validation. Simply enter the letters into the blank box as you see them. Once you successfully passed the captcha validation phase and click submit you’ll be taken to the list which matches the criteria you’ve entered.
Next we will cover how to post bond for inmate at Twin Towers Correctional Facility.
Posting Bond for inmates at Twin Towers Correctional Facility
If your inmate is eligible for bail and you have inquired to find out how much the bond will be, the rest of the process is fairly simple. You can find out about bail information 24 hours a day by calling 213-973-2245.
Once you’ve determined eligibility and bail amount simply go to the United States Postal Service or the bank and request assistance obtaining a cashier’s check. Normally you will have to pay the full amount in cash in exchange for the cashier’s check.
You’ll need to tell the person assisting you that the cashier’s check needs to be made payable to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Lastly, you will take the completed cashier’s check to the cashier’s window at the IRC. If you’re not familiar with the IRC, this is the Inmate Reception Center located at 450 Bauchet Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. This window is open 24 hours a day seven days a week.
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