San Bernardino County Central Juvenile is located in San Bernardino, a city located in San Bernardino County, CA that serves as the prison facility for San Bernardino County and surrounding areas. San Bernardino County Central Juvenile is one of several minimum prisons for the State of CA. The listed address of San Bernardino County Central Juvenile is 900 E Gilbert St. This is facility is located in San Bernardino, CA, 92415-0001. This city is in San Bernardino. Before traveling, you should always call the jail to verify your inmate is still located at this address and that they can receive visitors.
Prisons in CA, like many others these days can make it difficult and costly for inmates to call the outside. This is also true of San Bernardino County Central Juvenile. Some charge long distance fees of over $10 a minute making it almost impossible to maintain relationships and family ties. Inmate families have found they can avoid these abusive fees by setting up a local prison phone number that ring their long distance phone. A company called GlobalTel.com provides this service and they can be contacted here: jail calls
. They also provide an easy way to send mail to an inmate. To use their mail service, click here: send postcards
. Calling your inmate is the best way to get details about mail and visitation rules for San Bernardino County Central Juvenile. They can provide you with their individual allowed prison call times and visitation hours and open days. Every prison facility in CA has its own rules. Your loved one will generally be informed of the rules for that facility and any individual restrictions applied.
San Bernardino County Central Juvenile is a County Jail facility. It can be helpful to understand the type of facility because this will largely determine how inmates at San Bernardino County Central Juvenile will be treated. Prisons and jails today charge for everything. You can expect to pay for soap, toothpaste, phone calls and stamps, books and even paper are all provided for a fee that is often many times higher than the price paid in the free world. Setting up an economical phone service so you can communicate without long distance charges is the first step. Then you should ask your inmate what else they will need and how you can properly send it.
San Bernardino County Central Juvenile is located in the PST time zone. Ensure your call times match the correct time in your inmate's location. The current San Bernardino County Central Juvenile warden is Captain Phil Brown. You can often talk directly with them at a smaller facility or write and email them at a larger one. This will naturally depend on the size and type of your prison facility. Prison families can do a lot to help each other and their inmates in San Bernardino County Central Juvenile by sharing information about this facility with other families. We make that easy. Take a moment to share your experiences at San Bernardino County Central Juvenile. Everything from suggestions about the best places to stay to the most helpful local organizations can be valuable to others.