Orange County CA Jail
The Orange County CA Jail is located at 550 N. Flower Street, Santa Ana, California 92703. Bail information may be obtained by calling the OC Jail records department at (714)647-4666. Detainees held at the Orange County Jail include state and federal inmates. The main correctional facility is part of a three branch class of detention centers. Other locations include the James A. Musick Facility in Irvine California, and the Theo Lacy Jail in Orange California. Orange County jail information may also be obtained by contacting our bail hotline at (714)870-7730.
Orange County CA Jail Hours of Operation
The detention facility is a 24 hour operation. However visiting hours for inmates are 8am to 6 pm, Friday through Sunday. Unfortunately, jails in Orange County may change their visiting hours without prior notice. So, its best to contact the Orange County Jail in advance regarding their hours. Below are some policies and requirements when visiting an inmate at this location:
- Inmates are allowed one visit per visiting day.
- Visits are limited to two persons and one child under 5 years of age.
- Visits are on a first come/first served basis
- We strongly urge visitors to coordinate their visits with their loved ones so as to avoid a situation where two visitors show up (at different times) to visit the same inmate. One of the visitors will be turned away as inmates are only allowed one visit per day.
- Visitors are required to show Identification prior to a visit. Only government issued ID’s are accepted (Driver’s License, Identification Card, Passport, Consular card, etc.)
Bail Bonds at The Orange County CA Jail
A bail bondsman is not limited to the public business hours for the posting of a bail bond. Thus, arrangements can be made 24 hours a day to post bail for a friend or loved one detained at the Orange County Jail. The release process may be time consuming once bail or bail bond has been received by the cashier’s office at the Orange County CA Jail. It may take up to 8 hours for an inmate to be released, depending on how busy the detention facility may be. Remember, this facility holds inmates for the entire County of Orange, not like a local police agency, for example, the Fullerton Orange County Jail.