The Adelanto Jail was opened in January 2006 to assist with inmate management within San Bernardino County. Also called the High Desert Detention Center, the Adelanto jail employs more than 160 people who provide for the safety, security, and needs of the inmate population.
San Bernardino County Jail in Adelanto, California
9438 Commerce Way
Adelanto, CA 92301
(760)530-9300 – Information
Getting Bail at the High Desert Detention Center
If you, or someone you know, is being charged with a crime and held at the jail in Adelanto, California, posting bail is usually the fastest way to get them, or yourself, back home to friends and loved ones. Bail is an amount of money that the court holds onto in order to ensure that a person shows up for court dates and hearing, etc. The amount of bail that is required will vary depending on the charges. The bail schedule is set in for each county and should be posted at the Blythe Jail where you can find out how much bail you will need to post.
To figure out how much bail you will need you must first find the most serious, or “base” charge, that you're facing. This is usually the charge that carries the highest jail time or fine. This charge becomes the basis of the bail.
Next, you'll need to find the “enhancements” (additional charges) and the bail that applies to the enhancements. Once you've added all of the base charge and enhancement bail amounts together, you'll have the amount of bail that will be required to get you out and home to friends and family.
You can find the San Bernardino County Bail Schedule here.
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It is helpful to have the full name, birth date, and booking number when you call. This allows Mr. Nice Guy's licensed bail bondsmen post bail faster for you or your loved one.
General Rules for Visiting Someone in a San Bernardino County Jail
While each jail facility has unique rules and visiting requirements, the following rules apply to all facilities unless location specific rules override them.
- Inmates may have a maximum of two visits per week.
- Visits are about 45 minutes long.
- Valid picture ID is required for visitors. Any form of government identification cards will do.
- Visitors are subject to search of their belongings and person.
- Visitors are subject to warrant checks and arrest.
- Visitors must be 18 years old or older to visit unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- Visitors may only visit with the inmate they signed up to visit. No swapping inmates with another visitor.
- Public restrooms are available at all facilities.
- Attorney's and special visits must be scheduled by calling the detention facility.
- Tear Gas
- C. Dispensers
- No smoking in any jail facility.
- No food or drink in the visiting area.
- Visitors must dress appropriately. No:
- Gang Affiliations
- Sexual or Crude Comments or Pictures
- No Offensive Sayings
- No Bare Torso
- Skirts Must Be Mid-Thigh Length
- Visitors committing a criminal act anywhere on jail property is subject to arrest.
- Violation of visiting rules may subject the visitor to loss of visiting privileges.
- All facilities reserve the right to terminate visits if deemed necessary for security.
Visiting Someone at the Adelanto Jail
When visiting an inmate at the High Desert Detention Facility, you must make an appointment at least 24 hours in advance.
- Call a day in advance of the requested visiting day to make an appointment.
- Inmates are allowed one visit per week, with up to two adults.
- Schedule an appointment by calling (909) 887-0364 between 9 am and 5 pm, a minimum of 24 hours before the visit.
- Visiting days are Thursday through Sunday, from 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM.
- Check in for visits begins twenty minutes before the beginning of the visit.
- Visits are limited to two guests, including children.
- Have the inmate's booking number available when calling to schedule a visit.
- If you don't know the booking number of the inmate you wish to visit, use the Find Booking Number link to look it up.
- Inmates under disciplinary restrictions are not allowed visits.
Sending Mail to the High Desert Detention Center
Inmates are allowed to send and receive an unlimited number of letters each day. But, incoming mail is subject to inspection. Many items are not permitted or are limited.
- No perfume or cologne scented paper
- No correctional fluid (white-out, etc.), gel ink, or crayon writing
- No tape
- Pictures are limited to 10 per envelope, 4x6 only, and cannot be sexual or violent in nature. Pictures also cannot contain any images or symbols of gang activity.
- No cash or personal checks (U.S. Money orders, only, are allowed)
- No phone cards
- No postage stamps
- No book, magazine, or newspaper clippings
- No colored paper
- No craft materials
- Nothing with adhesive, such as stickers or labels
- No books or magazines – you may send soft cover books, magazines, and periodicals that are prepaid and delivered directly through the USPS. In other words, you can order books or magazines and have them shipped directly to the inmate, but you cannot mail them directly to the inmate from yourself.
- Prepaid books, magazines, and periodicals may not be of a sexual or violent nature. They also cannot be about any kind of unlawful gambling or lottery or of a gang-related nature.
All mail will be inspected, and if it contains any of the disallowed items will be rejected.
To send mail to an inmate at the High Desert Detention Facility in Adelanto, California:
Adelanto Detention Center
(Inmate Name and Booking Number)
9438 Commerce Way
Adelanto, CA 92301
Sending Money to Inmates in Adelanto, California
Inmates in the Riverside Jail System have an account, which they can use to purchase snacks, hygiene items, phone cards, and writing materials through the commissary. Each inmate is assigned a financial account, which is maintained by the Department of Corrections in San Bernardino County. To make a deposit into an inmate account, you can take cash or cashier's check, but NO personal checks, to the lobby of the West Valley Detention Center. For online deposits, visit www.sbpackages.com or call (888) 218-7444. Fees may apply.
You can send money through the mail, using a US Postal Money Order. Remember to put the name and booking number of the inmate for whom you are depositing money, on the front of the money order. Cash and checks are not accepted through the mail and will be returned marked “Return to Sender.”
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