California Highway Patrol Lockup Inmate Search and Prison Information
About California Highway Patrol Lockup
California Highway Patrol Lockup inmate locator: Bookings, Case #, Information Recorded, Arrests, Grade, Bond, Booking Date, Status, Inmate List, Court, Who's in jail, Aliases, Court, Gender, Custody, Agency, Release Date, Race, Cell Location, Current Housing Block, Degree Level, Mugshots, Sentence Information, Arrest Date, Probation Sentences.
In Sacramento County, California, you will find the California Highway Patrol Lockup.
The California Highway Patrol Lockup is classified as a level I medium-security state facility.
The California Highway Patrol Lockup consists of multiple units. Within these units you will find double-bunked beds. The only place where there will be no double-bunked beds is in the temporary holding cells.
The California Highway Patrol Lockup is nestled behind two (2) sixteen-foot fences topped with razor wire alongside an electronic detention system.
The California Highway Patrol Lockup comes equipped with many programs including the following:
Anger Management Courses
Sex Offender Treatment
With the advancement of technology, you no longer must contact the facility to get information on an inmate that you need. Now, you can find all the information displayed in an online database.
The online database is located on the California Department of Corrections website. You can search the database by using this information:
Inmate’s First and Last Name
Marks, Scars & Tattoos
Nationwide Inmate Records Online Check
Jail records, court & arrest records, mugshots and even judicial reports
Sending a Mail/Care Package
You will have the chance to send mail to the inmate while they are in the California Highway Patrol Lockup as well. All incoming and outgoing mail will be checked by a correctional officer.
There are strict guidelines when it comes to sending mail such as you cannot use the following:
Just like nearly all other state prisons, the California Highway Patrol Lockup also uses JPay for their offender money needs. JPay is a service where you can easily put money on an inmate's books using your credit or debit card. You can deposit money over the phone, or you can do so directly online on the website.
Inmates in the California Highway Patrol Lockup will be permitted to call their loved ones while they are serving out their time. However, their loved ones will NOT be permitted to call them and/or leave them messages with the correctional staff.
Inmates will have access to the phones during the day. Inmates will NOT have access to the phones if the facility is under lockdown or they are in discipline.
To visit an inmate in the California Highway Patrol Lockup, you will need to follow the facility's dress code, submit to a search of you and your vehicle, along with bringing your photo identification card such as your driver’s license.
The California Highway Patrol Lockup changes their visitation hours every so often. You will need to contact the California Highway Patrol Lockup to find out the latest visitation hours prior to you going down to the facility.
Saturday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday — 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.