Los Angeles County Jail & Prison

Find Los Angeles County California jails, prisons, detention centers, departments of corrections, and penitentiaries. Jails and prisons provide information on inmate searches, rosters, lookups, lists, records, and mugshot photos.


77th Street LA Regional Jail 7600 South Broadway Los Angeles CA 90003 323-267-4800


Alhambra City Jail 214 South Fetterly Avenue East Los Angeles CA 90022 323-267-4800

Arcadia Jail 250 West Huntington Drive Arcadia CA 91007 323-267-4800

Avalon Jail 215 Sumner Avenue Avalon CA 90704 323-267-4800

Azusa Jail 725 North Alameda Avenue Azusa CA 91702 323-267-4800

Baldwin Park Jail 14403 Pacific Avenue Baldwin Park CA 91706 323-267-4800

Bell Jail 6326 Pine Avenue Bell CA 90201 323-267-4800

Beverly Hills Jail 464 North Rexford Drive Beverly Hills CA 90210 323-267-4800

Burbank Jail 200 North 3rd Street Burbank CA 91502 323-267-4800

Carson Jail 21356 Avalon Boulevard Carson CA 90745 323-267-4800

Cerritos Prison 18135 Bloomfield Avenue Cerritos CA 90703 562-860-0044

City Of Industry Jail 150 Hudson Avenue Industry CA 91744 323-267-4800

Claremont Jail 570 West Bonita Avenue Claremont CA 91711 909-399-5411

Covina Jail 444 North Citrus Avenue Covina CA 91723 323-267-4800

Crescenta Valley Jail 4554 Briggs Avenue La Crescenta-Montrose CA 91214 323-267-4800

Culver City Jail 4040 Duquesne Avenue Culver CA 90232 323-267-4800

Devonshire Area LA Jail 10250 Etiwanda Avenue Los Angeles CA 91325 323-267-4800

Dorothy Kirby Center 1500 South McDonnell Avenue Los Angeles CA 90040 323-267-4800

Downey Jail 10911 Brookshire Avenue Downey CA 90241 323-267-4800

El Monte Jail 11333 Valley Boulevard El Monte CA 91731 323-267-4800

About Jails & Prisons

Do Prison inmates work?

Federal Prison inmates and some State Prison inmates are required to work unless they have a medical restriction. Inmates who are participating in educational or treatment programs, or inmates who are considered a security risk, may receive an exemption from work requirements.

How can victims of a crime learn when an inmate is being released?

Most states have a Victim Services Unit or similar agency that can provide information on the release of inmates. In some cases, a petitioner may also be notified of parole hearings.

What is Good Conduct Time?

Good Conduct Time refers to time that can be deducted from an inmate's sentence as a result of good behavior. Though the actual formula for calculating Good Conduct Time is complex, a commonly used rule of thumb is that a year of good behavior can reduce a sentence by roughly 54 days.