Los Angeles County
Century Regional Detention Center
JAIL CONTACT INFORMATION:
|Address:||11705 Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90059, USA (google maps)|
|Website:||Los Angeles County Central Regional Women’s Jail Website|
|Visiting:||Saturday & Sunday (7:30am – 12:30pm) and (2:00pm – 5:30pm)|
|Capacity:||2,100 female inmates|
The Century Regional Detention Facility (CRDF, “Lynwood”, or simply “the women’s jail”), is located at 11705 Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90059, in the city of Lynwood. The facility is operated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department, comprised of an East and West Tower and houses only females. The center has an ‘education-based rehabilitation program’ designed to re-integrate female inmates into society.
CENTURY REGIONAL MAILING ADDRESS:
[INMATE NAME, BOOKING NUMBER]
P.O. Box 86164
Los Angeles, CA 90086-0164
For further instructions on mailing, please view the INMATE MAIL REGULATIONS PAGE
All visitors must provide a government issued photo ID:
- a California driver’s license,
- a California identification card,
- a U.S. Passport,
- an alien registration card, or
- a U.S. military card.
Individuals who are prohibited from visiting inmates include:
- Persons who have been incarcerated in the California state prison,
- Persons on formal probation and do not receive prior permission from the Jail’s unit commander, or
- Persons with an outstanding warrant.
Visitors are prohibited from bringing the following inside the visiting lobby:
- cell phones,
- writing tablets,
- recording devices, or
Please note all visitors are subject to a search of their person and property.
It’s important to note that this location only houses female inmates.
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