Beverly Hills Jail
464 N. Rexford Drive, Beverly Hills, California, 90210
The Beverly Hills Police Department and Jail are located close to Rexford
Public Parking at 450 N. Rexford Drive. The first two hours are free.
Visiting Hours and Procedures
You may visit an inmate Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Inmates
are allowed only one 20 minute visit per day. However, that visit can
include up to two adults and one child. All children must be accompanied
by an adult. Attorneys, clergymen and bail bondsmen may visit at any time
for as long as they like. You can obtain information about persons who
have been arrested in Beverly Hills, California, by calling the Beverly
Hills Police Jail at 310-288-2600 or 310-285-2187; or by visiting The
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Inmate Information Center. You will need to know the full name and date of birth of the person being
held in jail or his booking number to obtain any information. If you want
specific information regarding the arrestee's case, including upcoming
court dates, go to the
Los Angeles County Superior Court website.
All visitors to the Beverly Hills Jail (the "Jail") must possess
either a valid California ID, valid photo ID from another state, passport
or an ID from an acceptable source. Visitors with outstanding warrants
or who are on parole should not visit the jail as they may be subject
to immediate arrest. A visitor may be denied entry to the Beverly Hills
Jail if he or she has been incarcerated there. Officers at the Beverly
Hills Jail may deny visitation rights to anyone for any number of reasons.
All visitors and all personal property brought into the Jail will be searched.
Visitors in possession of weapons, illegal drugs or contraband may be arrested.
During booking, the person being held in jail, (the "arrestee"),
may make three free telephone calls within the continental USA. Once placed
in a cell, an arrestee may make unlimited collect telephone calls from
a telephone in his cell. Although inmates are not permitted to receive
incoming calls, a person can always call 310-288-2600 and leave a message
for an inmate with an officer at the Jail. Because most inmates will be
held at the Beverly Hills Jail for no more than three days, inmates should
not be sent mail. Any time after arrest, an arrestee may authorize the
release of his personal property to anyone unless that property has been
entered into evidence. The person picking up the arrestee's personal
property must present a valid California ID or an ID from an acceptable source.
How to Bail an Inmate Out of Jail
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