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  • 401 Diamond Street, Redondo Beach, California, 90277

  • Jail Phone: (310) 318-0616

  • Bail Bond Phone:

  • Free Parking is available on site


Visiting Hours:

  • The Redondo Beach Jail ("Jail") temporarily houses both male and female persons arrested in the City of Redondo Beach, California.

  • Visitation at the Redondo Beach Jail is based upon the availability of jailors. Call the Jail to see whether jailors are conducting an activity that limits their availability before visiting the Jail. Visitors may visit inmates at the Redondo Beach Jail Monday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m or 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

  • Visitors are permitted to visit inmates/detainees at the Pomona City Jail on a "first come, first serve basis." Regular visiting hours for regular inmates/detainees are Monday through Sunday from 10:00 am to 2:45 pm. Visiting hours for inmates participating in the inmate-workers' program begin at 5:00 pm and end at 6:00 pm daily. Inmates participating in the pay-to-stay program are not allowed to have visitors because they are incarcerated only Friday through Sunday each week that they are serving out their sentences.

  • Making an appointment will also ensure your visit will be given priority over unscheduled visits. If you plan to visit an inmate, call at least thirty (30) minutes in advance of your visit to make an appointment. Visiting hours at the Redondo Beach Jail are subject to change without notice. 

  • Attorneys, bail bondsmen and members of the clergy may visit at any time for as long as they like.

  • IMPORTANT: After about 24 to 72 hours, the arrestee/inmate will be transferred to another jail. This transfer usually leads to a longer time in Jail, resulting in anywhere from 12-24 hours as additional paperwork is conducted. To avoid the extra jail time, we always recommend that the bail bond process should be initiated as soon as possible, so the defendant can avoid the transfer process altogether.

Visiting Procedures:

  • All inmates are permitted one visit the day after their initial incarceration and one (1) visit every other day while in custody at the Redondo Beach Jail. Each visit may be limited to ten (10) minutes. Up to two (2) adults may visit an inmate during a visit or one (1) adult and up to two (2) children may visit an inmate during a scheduled visit.

  • Visiting limitations may vary. All visiting minors—children under the age of eighteen— must be accompanied by an adult. An alleged crime partner or an alleged victim of a crime for which an inmate is incarcerated may be prohibited from visiting the associated inmate at the Redondo Beach Jail.

  • All visitors are subject to search at the Redondo Beach Jail.

  • Visitors may bring clothes, money and mail to inmates at the Redondo Beach Jail. These items will either be given to the inmate upon release or forwarded with the inmate to Court or to another detention facility once the inmate leaves the Redondo Beach Jail.

  • Inmates are not permitted to have medications in their possession at the Redondo Beach Jail except for asthma inhalers. If medical treatment is needed, the Redondo Beach Jail will arrange for medical treatment at a local hospital if necessary. 

  • Only visitors with a valid photo ID may visit inmates at the Redondo Beach Jail. Officers at the Jail may deny visitation rights to anyone for many reasons.



Telephone Access & Mail:

  • During booking, the person being held at the Redondo Beach Jail may make three (3) free telephone calls. Arrestees at the Redondo Beach Jail who are parents or guardians of a minor child or children may make two (2) additional free local phone calls to arrange for the care and custody of their minor child or children. Unless there is an emergency, arrestees/inmates in custody at the Redondo Beach Jail may not receive calls or phoned-in messages.

  • However, if an emergency occurs, a jailor may convey a message to an inmate. Once housed, inmates may make unlimited collect calls. Since most inmates will be housed at the Redondo Beach Jail for no more than 72 hours, excluding holidays and weekends, inmates are not permitted to receive mail.


Personal Property:

  • Any time after arrest, an arrestee/inmate may authorize the release of his personal property to anyone unless that property has been entered into evidence. If property has been entered as evidence, it will not be available for release until after the criminal case is concluded.

How to Bail and Inmate Out of Jail: