How to use the Inmate Search for Dallas County Jail - Decker Detention Center in Texas
Dallas Texas is a very large, diverse, and cosmopolitan city and is home to more Fortune 500 companies than any other city in the nation. It has some of the best shopping and dining in the nation, with more restaurants per capita than even New York City. Dallas is the 4th largest metropolitan in the nation. It is home to over 6.7 million people and is only smaller than New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. It is also home to the original Six Flags Amusement Park.
It is also home to the Dallas County Jail - Decker Detention Center. With a population of 800 inmates this was the county's main jail which sits at the top of the George Allen Courthouse until the Lew Sterrett Justice center was completed in 1983. Do you have a family member or a friend who is being detained at the Dallas County Jail - Decker Detention Center? If so, you can look them up courtesy of an internet database. Continue reading for instructions on how to perform this search.
First, you should head on over to Dallas County Jail - Decker Detention Center Inmate Search page on JailExchange.Click on the link titled Dallas County Jail Inmate Search located on the left hand side of the screen.
You will be able to search by Prisoner Information, Booking Number or Case Number.
After you search for your inmate, there will be a list of potential matches showing the Defendant, Race / Sex, Date of Birth, Booking Date and Booking Number.
Click on the inmate’s name to display more information including charge, bond amount, warrant number case number and more. There may also be a link available to perform a search for Criminal Background information.
From there, you can figure out how to handle your current situation. The Dallas County Jail - Decker Detention Center is there to help you during a tough situation such as this one. It has an abundant amount of resources regarding bail information, and allocating funds to inmates.
[Article_Ad_3]Writing an inmate and sending them mail is a great way to keep the lines of communication open and flowing during a period of incarceration. The Dallas County Department of Corrections greatly encourages sending mail to inmates, but there are rules that need to be followed to keep these privileges intact.
When sending mail to an inmate, bear in mind that only authorized correspondence can be sent to them via the post office. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to, letters, cards, and softcover books sent directly from a publisher. The address (and envelope/package format) for sending mail to an inmate is as follows:
Inmate Booking #
P.O. Box 660334
Dallas, TX 75266-0334
The Dallas County of Corrections also has a commissary online that you can send other items to inmates, located here. More information on sending mail to an inmate, as well as bond information and payment can be found here.
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