California State Prison in Los Angeles County Inmate Search, Mugshots and Prison Information

California State Prison in Los Angeles County

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The California State Prison in Los Angeles County is a reception center and a long-term prison for convicted inmates. The inmates that are going through the intake process will only be at the facility for a very short amount of time. 

The California State Prison, Los Angeles County is home to over 4,000 inmates. These inmates’ range in level from minimum-security to maximum-security. 

California State Prison in Los Angeles County - General Information

Facility Name: California State Prison in Los Angeles County
Facility Type: State Prison
Address: 44750 60th Street West, Lancaster, CA, 93536-7620
Phone: 661-729-2000
Capacity: 4764
Facility Type: Adult
Date Established: 1993
Offender Gender: Male Offenders
City: Lancaster
Postal Code: 93536-7620
State: California
County: Los Angeles County
Official Website: http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Facilities_Locator/LAC.html

Finding someone in the California State Prison, Los Angeles County is fairly easy now. With technology advancing so much, you no longer must spend the day searching for the inmate. Now you can log on to your mobile device or your computer and quickly complete the search in a few minutes. 

The California State Prison, Los Angeles County is operated and managed by the California Department of Corrections. The California Department of Corrections is the agency responsible for keeping and maintaining an up to date database of all inmates currently in their custody

The California State Prison, Los Angeles County has their inmate locator available to the general public. You can search the database by the following information: 

•    Inmate Number
•    First Name
•    Middle Name
•    Last Name

Keep in mind that the California Department of Corrections operates and manages many other prisons throughout the state. This database will have all the prisons they operate and manage in it. This database is not just solely for the California State Prison, Los Angeles County. 

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

Inmates at the California State Prison, Los Angeles County can receive written letters from their family and friends back home. The prison staff has a list of many items that are not accepted in these written letters. However, we will list of items that you CAN send inmates. 

•    Photos
•    Blank Greeting Cards
•    Calendars
•    Maximum of 40 Postage Embossed Envelopes
•    Envelopes
•    Writing Paper
•    Legal Paper
•    Typing Paper
•    Children’s Artwork (drawings only)
•    Maximum of 40 Stamps

Inmates cannot receive any packages from home. The only items that they can receive from home is their parole clothing and any authorized medical equipment. You will need to clearly mark the box as such or the box will be returned to sender. 

Inmates can receive a care package once a quarter. The care package will have to be fulfilled and sent by an authorized vendor. You can find the list of all authorized vendors on the California Department of Corrections official website. 

Inmates can also receive books, magazines, and newspapers. The books must be paperback. Hardcover books are not permitted. These items will need to be sent to the prison directly from the publisher. 

However, before you decide to send anything to an inmate, you will need to know what facility they are residing in. Each facility has a different mailing address. All mailing addresses for inmates are listed below: 

Facility A & ASU
Inmate's Name & CDC#
(Inmate's Housing Unit)
P.O. Box 4430
Lancaster, CA 93539-4430

Facility B
Inmate's Name & CDC#
(Inmate's Housing Unit)
P.O. Box 4490
Lancaster, CA 93539-4490

Facility C
Inmate's Name & CDC#
(Inmate's Housing Unit)
P.O. Box 4610
Lancaster, CA 93539-4610

Facility D
Inmate's Name & CDC#
(Inmate's Housing Unit)
P.O. Box 4670
Lancaster, CA 93539-4670

Minimum Support Facility
Inmate's Name & CDC#
(Inmate's Housing Unit)
P.O. Box 4730
Lancaster, CA 93539-4730

Sending Money

Inmates in the California State Prison, Los Angeles County will need money for various things. They will need money to purchase personal hygiene products, entertainment, beverages, and food from the commissary. Inmates will also need money to use the telephones to call their loved ones.

The California State Prison, Los Angeles County provides the family and friends of the inmates three easy ways to deposit funds into their accounts.

LockBox

There is no fee to use the LockBox service. This method provides a shorter holding time for those individuals that rather use a personal check, cashier’s check, or money order.

Electronic Fund Transfer

This option is the fastest option out of the three. The electronic fund transfer is a paid service; however, funds will be posted in the inmate’s account between 1 to 3 days.

Mail to Jail

You can mail the money order or check directly to the jail at the following address:

Inmate's Name & CDC#
CSP - Los Angeles County
PO BOX 8487
Lancaster, CA 93539-8487

There is not a fee to use this service. However, out of the three options, this is the slowest. Once the prison gets your check or money order, it will be subjected to a 30-day hold.

Phone calls

Inmates at the California State Prison, Los Angeles County can make phone calls to their family and friends. Inmates cannot receive phone calls in any circumstance. If there is an emergency in the immediate family, you may call the prison. However, the prison will need to verify the emergency before either letting the inmate make a special phone call or leaving them a message. 

Inmates are permitted to 15-minute long phone calls. Inmates cannot use call forwarding or three-way calling. If these features are used the call will be disconnected. 

There are two ways inmates can call you at the California State Prison, Los Angeles County. Inmates can do collect calls. The receiver of the call will be responsible for the bill. Only downside to this is that collect calls cannot happen on cell phones. The receiver must have a landline. 

Majority of inmates opt-in with using the Global Tel*link (GTL). The California State Prison, Los Angeles County contracts with the Global Tel*link. You will need to create an account. You can visit them on the web at their GTL website, or you can give them at a call at 1-888-415-0377.

Visitation

Inmates can receive visitors. However, you will need to call the California State Prison, Los Angeles County for their prison hours for each unit. All visiting hours for units will vary. 

The visiting hours for inmates in general population is held on Saturdays and Sundays between the hours of 8:30 am to 3 pm. These visits are contact visits. 

For non-contact visits, meaning inmates in the administrative segregation and reception center inmates are by appointment only. You can schedule your appointment on the VPASS website

Visiting Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Holiday

The visiting starts in first in, first out type of fashion. No new visitors will be allowed in 45 minutes before the end of the visit day. 45 minutes before the end of the visit day officers start escorting those who were first in out of the visitor room.

How Often Can I Visit?

You will be able to visit inmates at the California State Prison, Los Angeles County on the select days above. Inmates that have disciplinary action against them will not be permitted visitation. Keep in mind that the prison can terminate visiting without any notice. 

Directions

Refer the map below to find the driving directions

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