Glendora Jail - Call 626-914-8250
150 S. Glendora Avenue, Glendora, California, 91741. Free parking is available
in the parking lot across from the Jail.
The Glendora Jail ("Jail") receives, process, and temporarily
houses pre-sentenced male and female arrestees for the City of Glendora
and the City of Irwindale.
You may visit an inmate at the Glendora Jail Monday through Sunday, 2:00
p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The Glendora Jail's visiting hours and roster of inmates who are eligible
for visits vary and are subject to change without notice. Thus, you should
always call the Jail before visiting. You can reach an officer at the
Glendora Jail at any time by calling 626-914-8250.
Attorneys, clergymen and bail bondsmen may visit at any time for as long
as they like.
Arrestees/inmates at the Glendora Jail are allowed two 15 minute visits
per day. The Jail permits up to two (2) visitors at one given time. Children
under the age of 18 who visit inmates at the Jail are not counted as visitors.
Only visitors with a valid ID will be allowed to visit inmates at the Glendora
Jail. Acceptable forms of ID include:
- California Identification Card
- Driver's License (any state)
- U.S. Military Identification
- Mexican Consulate Card
- Permanent Resident Card
- Valid School Identification Card or Birth Certificate (if visitor is a minor).
Officers at the Jail may deny visitation rights to anyone for any number
Persons on probation and/or on parole may not visit an inmate at the Jail.
Telephone Access & Mail
During booking, the person being held at the Glendora Jail ("the arrestee"),
may make any number of free calls provided the calls made do not exceed
a total of ten (10) minutes. Arrestees/Inmates may not receive calls or
phoned-in messages, but once housed, inmates may make unlimited collect
calls. Since arrestee/inmate in the Glendora Jail will be housed for no
more than 48 hours, excluding holidays and weekends, you should avoid
sending mail to an inmate at the Glendora Jail.
Any time after arrest, an arrestee/inmate may authorize the release of
his personal property to anyone unless that property has been entered
into evidence. If the property has been entered into evidence, it will
not be available until the criminal case is completed. The person picking
up the inmate's personal property must present a valid California
ID or an ID from an acceptable source.
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