The Glendale City Police Department in Los Angeles County serves as a prison facility for the city of Glendale and other smaller towns surrounding Los Angeles. As well as inmates awaiting transfer to other prisons, jails and State penitentiaries. In order to visit inmates at Glendale City Police Department, you'll be traveling to Glendale, CA, 91206-4314 in Los Angeles. The address of this facility is listed as 131 N Isabel St. But it's important that you verify that your inmate is at this location before making travel arrangements.
Calling inmates can be costly. Some prisons charge inmates up to $14 a minute for long-distance calls. To avoid these fees, set up a local phone number that rings at your phone number(s) no matter where you live. GlobalTel.com can provide local numbers that won't have to pay any extra for long distance. You can reach them at inmate calls
. To send mail to an inmate you can visit send postcards
. Once you get set up with call service and can communicate with your inmate, it will be easier to start making plans for visitation. CA has many types of prison facility. City Jails, County Jails, State Jails and State Penitentiaries will each have their own rules and times for visitation and even rules for sending and receiving inmate mail
Prison is expensive. Even public prison facilities appear to be operating like for-profit prisons these days. Long distance phone calls are a favorite way for jails to make money. Charging inmates for everything from soap to toothpaste is another. Even sending your inmate money to buy these things will come with an added fee. The first thing to do is set up an economical line of communication as suggested above. Then you can communicate with the inmate to discuss a reasonable budget and how the family can work together to pay and keep it.
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