Monterey Park Jail
320 West Newmark Avenue, Monterey Park, California 91754. Parking is available on site.
Because the Monterey Park Jail holds arrestees for no more than 24 hours,
members of the general public are not allowed to visit arrestees/inmates
during their incarceration at the Monterey Park Jail—also known
as the Jail Bureau.
Unlike the general public, attorneys, clergymen and bail bondsmen may visit
an inmate at the Monterey Park Jail. They may want to call ahead to let
the jailer know that they are coming though no notice is required.
You can reach an officer at the Monterey Park Jail at any time by calling
626-307-1245. If you are interested in seeing a monthly list of documented crimes and
the date, the time and the locations where they occurred in Monterey Park
Monterey Park Police Department website.
Sentenced Prisoner Program
The Jail Bureau offers a sentenced prisoner program for individuals who
have been sentenced to serve jail time. Interested persons should contact
the Monterey Park Jail at
626-307-1211 for more information.
Telephone Access & Mail
During booking, the person being held in the Monterey Park Jail, ("the
arrestee"), may make three (3) free local telephone calls. Once housed,
inmates may make unlimited collect calls. Arrestees/Inmates may not receive
calls or phoned-in messages. Since arrestees will be housed at the Monterey
Park Jail for a limited amount of time, you should not attempt to send
mail to an inmate at the Monterey Park Jail.
How to Bail an Inmate Out of Jail
Need to bail someone out of jail?
Click here for more information.