SANTA RITA JAIL
|Santa Rita Jail
5325 Broder Blvd.
Dublin, CA 94568
(925) 551-6500Bail, Booking and Release Information
Charges, custody status, court dates, bail amounts, release dates and other inmate information can be obtained 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 1-925-551-6500. You must have the inmate’s name, PFN (Person File Number), or correct date of birth before obtaining information.
Santa Rita Jail after hours emergency number: (925) 551-6500
PLEASE FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE:
HOURS FOR MONEY DEPOSITS
Property Release requests forms must be submitted by the inmate and received by lobby personnel prior to the day the visitor will be picking up the property. This usually takes up to 7 working days at SRJ.
It is required that you provide photo identification when receiving the released property. It is recommended that you call the lobby to ensure the property is ready for pick-up.
Santa Rita Jail: (925) 551-6500
Court clothing for inmates will only be accepted at the Lobby within 72 hours of a jury trial, preliminary examination, or if a Court Order has been received. You may only bring a maximum of two sets of clothing. The clothing in the inmate’s property must be taken during the exchange. Clothing is exchanged on a one-for-one basis.
All medications are provided to inmates through Prison Health Services. Lobby personnel will accept prescription glasses, dentures and contact lenses solution in sealed packages. It is recommended that you coordinate with Prison Health Services prior to leaving items in the lobby (925) 551-6700.
** Santa Rita Jail Facility (925) 551-6500 **
Santa Rita Jail Facts
Over time, the Santa Rita Jail became overcrowded and the changing demographics of the jail population made it difficult and costly to operate the aging facility in a safe and secure manner. In 1983 Design and development of the “new” Santa Rita began. Construction costs of the new Santa Rita Jail totaled about $172 million. State bonds augmented by matching local funds made the project possible. On September 1, 1989, Sheriff Charles C. Plummer gave the order to open the facility and inmates were transferred from the old to the new jail.
The New Santa Rita Jail
It is recognized as one of the most technologically innovative jails in the world. A robotic system speeds delivery of laundry, supplies and food to all areas of the 113-acre campus. State-of-the-art criminal justice systems serve the internal operation while the largest rooftop solar power system converts enough electricity to power nearly one-half of the facilities electrical needs during daylight hours.
Sheriff Ahern’s philosophy of cost-effective delivery of services is reflected in the private sector partnerships that support the jail’s operation. A modem cook-chill food service operation produces 12,000 economical meals per day. On site medical and mental health services saves money while reducing the patient load at county medical facilities.
Throughout its history, the Santa Rita Jail Facility has served the criminal justice system and contributed to the safety of the citizen of the County of Alameda by providing a safe, secure and humane environment for inmates and staff.
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