Visiting hours are from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Each inmate can have one visit per day with no more than two visitors per day. The length of each visit shall be 15 minutes per visitor for each inmate and no later than the calendar day following arrest.
Any inmate may talk with an attorney, bondsman, and/or clergy at any time. Attorneys, bondsman, and clergy must have a valid state or federal identification and credentials specific to their profession, i.e. California Bar Card.
No persons under 18 years of age shall be allowed to visit a prisoner, unless in the company of a parent, guardian or is the spouse of the prisoner.
Packages or letters are not permitted to be delivered to a prisoner personally. These items shall be given to the Detention Officer for examination and approval.
All visitors are subject to being patted down for weapons and contraband by a detention officer upon entering the interlock security corridor. After the visit, a jail staff employee shall search the visitor room for weapons, contraband and damage, before the visitor is released from the main lobby area.
Visitors must identify themselves with a government issued picture I.D. Visitors shall fill out the jail visitor form before entry into the visiting area.
Visitors are subject to having their identity verified through California Law Enforcement Automated Systems.
You can contact the HUNTINGTON BEACH CITY JAIL at (714) 536-5691
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City of Huntington Beach
2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
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