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Jail Inmate Information

Twin Towers / Men’s Central Jail

450 Bauchet Street

Los Angeles, CA 90086

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Bail can be posted 24 hours a day for all defendants eligible to be bailed out. Please call 1-213-973-2245 to begin the process and to receive up to the minute information regarding the status of your loved one.


Visiting appointments are scheduled daily from 9:30 am to 5:45 pm by calling (213) 473-6080.

Parking: There is paid parking available on Bauchet Street across the street from the Men’s Central Jail.

The Twin Towers Correctional Facility, also referred to in the media as Twin Towers Jail, is a complex erected in Los Angeles, California to house inmates of the Los Angeles County Courts. It is the worlds largest jail. The facility is located at 450 Bauchet Street, in Los Angeles, and is operated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) and is also referred to as “The County Jail” or “The Los Angeles County Jail”. The facility consists of two towers, a medical services building, and the Los Angeles County Medical Center Jail Ward.

The 1.5 million square foot (140,000 m2) complex was opened in 1997. It was authorized and constructed after the Northridge Earthquake damaged the historic Hall of Justice at 210 West Temple Street in Los Angeles. Security at the facility centers on a modern panoptic design that allows Deputies and Officers in a central control room to look through secure optical material to see into all areas of the facility.

Despite the state-of-the-art security systems built into the jail, inmate Kevin Pullum walked out an employee exit on July 6, 2001, two hours after being convicted of attempted murder, and remained at large for eighteen days before he was apprehended within a mile (1.6 km) of the jail. Pullum used a newspaper photograph of actor Eddie Murphy to alter an identification badge he used in the escape.

The jail has come under fire from human rights advocates as a central focus in the use of psychiatric drugs to control prisoners.

Objection has been raised that female deputies and officers may be present during processing of male prisoners. Their access is not restricted during the period prisoners are naked and waiting to be issued a jumpsuit.

The Twin Towers Correctional Facility is a unique complex built on 10 acres of land with buildings that contain just under 1.5 million square feet. Twin Towers consists of two towers, a medical services building, and the Los Angeles County Medical Center Jail Ward. The towers, which have been constructed using an efficient Panoptic design, to house maximum security inmates and a large portion of the county’s mental health inmates. The Medical Services Building provides inpatient housing for inmates with various levels of acute medical and mental health needs. Inmates requiring extended levels of health care service are transported to the Los Angeles County Medical Center.

People who are in Sheriff Custody and are arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and all jail inmates for Los Angeles can be found through calling the phone number on this site.

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