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What You Need For Visitation

  • Driver’s License, State Identification or Passport
  • Inmates Name, Booking Number & Date of Birth
  • Childcare, children are not permitted to be unattended during visitations and this can lead to the suspension of visitation if it occurs.

Visitation Information

Every inmate is allowed to visit one time per week for one hour each time. Inmates are allowed to have 3 visitors per week. Visitors must be over the age of 18 or an adult must accompany minors 17 years of age or under. 

Where Is The Santa Ana Jail?

Santa Ana Jail accepts mail at:

62 Civic Center Plaza
Santa Ana, California, 92701

Finding An Inmate In Santa Ana Jail

We can assist you in finding your loved one in the Santa Ana Jail. If they were arrested in Santa Ana, chances are this is where they would be. 

Get quick information when you call our office at (888) 991- 4590 or contact the jail directly at (714) 245-8100 

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Directions To The Santa Ana City Jail

Get Directions to the Santa Ana Jail. 

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Typically, the most congested times for traffic in the areas are between 6am to 10am on weekdays and again from 3pm to 7pm on weekdays. 

With the exception of holidays, this area is fairly free of traffic on weekends. 

Contact The City Of Santa Ana Police Department

You can visit the main website for all of the information about the City of Santa Ana Jail call them directly at the front desk at (714) 245-8100

There is another contact number for non-emergency calls at (714) 245-8100.


Always call the police that arrested your loved one or the jail directly first. If you have problems quickly finding the information you need, then we are here to help. 

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