Roseville City Jail Inmate Phone & Email

Roseville City Jail Inmate Phone Use

The information below provides complete instructions regarding Roseville City Jail:

  • Inmate Phone Policy,
  • How the Facility Phone System Works,
  • Emailing (secure messaging) System
  • Purchasing Prepaid Phone Time Online,
  • Purchasing Prepaid Phone Time Over the Phone, and
  • Purchasing Prepaid Phone Cards Through Commissary

Follow these instructions exactly to help ensure that your inmate has access to the jail phones and your communication costs are reduced as much as possible.

How Does An Inmate Make A Phone Call From Roseville City Jail?

During the booking process, most detainees in this jail are permitted to make free local calls to let friends or family know of the arrest.

Once they are processed and taken to cells to await transport, bail or release, they can make traditional collect calls to anyone able and willing to accept and pay for the call.

Can I Communicate By Email With An Inmate?

This jail does not have email available for inmates.

Important Tips About Jail Phone Calls

Inmates at this jail are only there for a limited time. When that first call comes, it is important to get vital information such as what he or she is charged with and what the bail amount will be.

Detainees being processed in jail are typically very stressed about what is happening. While your first instinct may be to lecture, nag or argue with him/her about what has happened, think about keeping it to yourself during this first phone call.

You will have plenty of time later to vent. For now you just need information because once that call is over, you can’t get ahold of him/her again to ask the right questions.