Calling An Inmate In Century Regional Detention Facility
Jail Calling An Inmate Information
- Under California law, an inmate gets a few free local calls upon intake. These calls are usually to contact loved ones or an attorney prior to being booked into custody fully.
- After this initial period, inmates are not able to receive calls from the outside back.
- Inmates typically are able to make daily calls using the secure collect call system located inside of their housing unit.
Calls are recorded and monitored. This means talking about anything illegal could get you and your loved ones into a lot of trouble. Discussing your case should happen in a controlled setting with an attorney.
Please remember that the jail is not the phone system. You must call the collect call company to discuss any billing or connection issues you may have.