Superior Court Juvenile Division | Fairfield, California

600 Union Ave
Fairfield, CA 94533-6328

(707) 207-7345

Superior Court Juvenile Division

Fairfield is home to the Superior Court Juvenile Division. This prison facility holds inmates sentenced in Fairfield and Solano County Courts and courts of other cities in the Solano County area areas. In order to visit inmates at Superior Court Juvenile Division, you'll be traveling to Fairfield, CA, 94533-6328 in Solano. The address of this facility is listed as 600 Union Ave. But it's important that you verify that your inmate is at this location before making travel arrangements.

Maintaining contact with friends and family is important for the health and wellbeing of both inmates and their family. Sadly, many prisons don't make this easy. Phone charges of up to $14 a minute for long distance calls create financial burdens on inmate families who must pay for these calls. Thankfully services from Securtel help avoid these additional charges by creating a local phone number an inmate can call that will connect to any long-distance number. By eliminating the long-distance surcharge, inmates can talk to friends and family at the local rate no matter where they might live. You can set this up with Securtel.coml at inmate calls. To send mail to an inmate you can visit send postcards. Calling your inmate is the best way to get details about mail and visitation rules for Superior Court Juvenile Division. 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.

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.

Prison families can do a lot to help each other and their inmates in Superior Court Juvenile Division by sharing information about this facility with other families. We make that easy. Take a moment to share your experiences at Superior Court Juvenile Division. Everything from suggestions about the best places to stay to the most helpful local organizations can be valuable to others.
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