How to use the Inmate Search for Orange County Central Women's Jail in California
When you are trying to search for an inmate it can be difficult. We are here to try and make that task a little easier for you. Whether you are searching for a county inmate or a State of California or Federal prisoner there are links in the top left corner of this page where you can go to look for them.
Here we will concentrate on the Orange County Central Jail Women's Jail search by list, search, mobile inmate, recent arrests, and recent releases.
When using the links listed below you must have at least a last name to begin your search. If you include first and middle names, age, and gender your list will be smaller. Once you input your information click SEARCH and a list will populate that matches your entered information.
- Orange County Jail Inmate List
- Orange County Jail Inmate Search
- County Inmates – mobile
- Orange County Recent Releases - When searching for someone recently released you also have to put in their last name but the list only goes back for the last 30 days.
If you are looking for someone who has been recently arrested you can go to the link below. It will open up to a date field. Pick the date of the arrest and a list of inmates arrested that day will appear.
You will also see a link for VINELINK, a national information source for crime victims, to get information on offenders. This link gives you VINELINK support numbers for Orange County.
If you need to post bail / bond for an inmate in Orange County Central Jail Women's Jail
There are specific ways you can do this. Bail can be by cash or by bond depending on what is required for your inmate.
You can pay cash bails with several methods:
- Credit card
- Debit cared
- Personal check
- Traveler's check
- Cashier's check
- NO business or corporate checks
- Money orders
The company EZ Card and Kiosk Company helps make paying easier. You can go online to pay BAIL BONDS at the link Bail / Bond info - extra. If you want to pay online you can just click on this link and go through the steps. They are pretty easy to follow.
First click on the button that says Main menu, then pick California, then pick Orange County, select your language, select Bail, read the information page and click on Agree. You will then have to enter the booking number and last name of the inmate. Follow the rest of the prompts from there and you'll be done in no time.
If you would prefer to use a Kiosk (kind of like an ATM), these take cash, debit cards, and credit cards. They are open 24 hours a day at the Intake Release Center and the Theo Lacy Branch Jail. You can also call EZ Card and Kiosk Company at 888-497-2387 if you want to make a payment by telephone.
If you want to pay a bail bond in person you can do that at either IRC or Theo Lacy, but only during Theo Lacy cashier business hours. IRC takes bond payments 24 hours/day 7 days/week.
If you are preparing to pay a bond, first call Inmate Records at (714) 647-4666. They will help you to verify:
- The inmate is fully processed, booked, and has been sentenced. If not, bail cannot be posted.
- The amount of money you need to have for the bail/bond
- The type of payment method you must use to pay bond for the particular inmate.
Please also remember these two very important rules when paying bail / bonds.
- All persons paying bonds (except agents) are fingerprinted. You identify will also be verified.
- Staff and officers in the department are not allowed to advice you on a bond agency or bail company.
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