The Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center is the main jail in Riverside County California. While the police in the cities and towns in Riverside County can arrest and detain offenders, the Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center is the facility that is accredited by California to hold inmates for more than 72 hours.
The Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center is located at:
10000 County Farm Rd.
Riverside, CA 92503
It can be reached 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by calling 951-358-4400.
The main reason that people call 951-358-4400 is to find out if a particular person is in custody, although you can look up an inmate online by going here. You can also get answers to whatever questions about an inmate, and the services for Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center that you may have by clicking on any of the questions below:
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Every year the Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center has approximately 3740 bookings, with a daily average of 187 inmates and maintains control of the facility with a staff of 46.
Inmates in this jail range from low level misdemeanor offenders to those being held and awaiting trial for violent crimes like robbery, rape, and murder. Therefore, given the mix of potentially dangerous inmates, the security level is very high.
The Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center is equipped with a state-of-the-art locking system, closed circuit cameras covering every area where inmates are located, and jail staff that utilize a communication system that keeps each of the guards and civilian staff in constant contact.
Guards that circulate in the same general area of the inmates are armed with eye-blinding mace that will turn an inmate having a violent outburst into a weeping child. They also carry stun weapons, short clubs, flashlights that have dual use as both a light source and as a weapon, and handcuffs. Guards at entrances and in areas not frequented by inmates are armed with various firearms. The goal of such tight security is to keep both the staff and the inmates safe.
Go to this page for other jails in Riverside County, jails in neighboring counties, and local police jails and juvenile detention centers for young offenders under age 18 in this county.
Unlike the California Department of Corrections, where inmates are sent once convicted of a crime and sentenced to a period of more than a year, the Riverside County Jail System is populated by short-term offenders; those who have just been arrested and awaiting to be bonded out by friends or family, those who cannot afford or get bailed and are awaiting trial, or those who have already been convicted of a crime and sentenced to a term of less than one year. Many of the latter inmates become ‘workers’, who can reduce their sentence by performing jail maintenance or working in the kitchen. An upside to being a worker is they also get paid a small stipend so when they get released, they have a few dollars in their pocket.
When an inmate is convicted and sentenced to a year or more, they are transferred to the California Department of Corrections or the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Inmates that are convicted of a misdemeanor and/or sentenced to less than one year of a state crime serve their time in the Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center.
Illegal immigrants convicted of a state or federal crime will first do their time, then may be transferred into ICE custody for deportation.
To schedule and set up a visit, either at-the-jail or remotely from your home, follow these instructions:
To get more complete instructions, and understand visit lengths, times, locations, fees and all the other rules including children, dress codes and more, check out or Visit Inmate Page.
NOTE: All visits are recorded and whatever you say and do will be monitored. It is best to never discuss sensitive information regarding your inmate's pending case.
To set up a phone account so that your inmate can call you from Riverside County do the following:
1. Enroll in an account with Securus Technologies.
2. Choose one of three account types, Securus Debit, Advance Connect or Direct Bill.
3. Choose [facility_name_1}, then connect with your inmate.
4. If you have any questions, call Securus: 972-734-1111 or 800-844-6591.
To find out fees, how to's, calling times, limits on phone calls and other systems Securus has do that you can communicate with your Riverside County inmate, check out our Inmate Phone Page.
NOTE: All of your inmate's phone calls are recorded and stored. It is advised not to discuss their pending case.
To send a commissary carepack (food, snacks and goods) directly to an inmate in Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center follow these steps:
For all information, tips and available items for shipping Commissary packages to an inmate in Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center check out our Commissary Instructions Page for Riverside County.
Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center
10000 County Farm Rd.
Riverside, CA 92503
Juvenile's first and last name
c/o Riverside Juvenile Hall
Riverside, CA 92503
This facility, known as "Alan M. Crogan Youth Treatment and Education Center" is also known as Riverside Juvenile Hall, Riverside Juvenile Hall , Riverside Juvenile Hall , California, Riverside.