Harris County Jail

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How Do You Locate An Inmate:

You can locate an inmate at the Harris County Jail by clicking here

Where Is The Jail Located:

The Harris County Jail is located at 1200 Baker St. Houston, TX.

What Time Is The Jail Open:

The Harris County Jail is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When Are Visiting Hours:

Visiting hours are on Tuesday & Wednesday at 4PM-9PM and 3:30PM-9:00PM on Saturday and Sunday.

What Do I Need To Visit An Inmate:

All visitors must be at least 17 years old and present a valid state or federal photo identification card.  All visitors must wear proper attire and dress appropriately.

What Items Can I Bring To A Prisoner:

Visitors are not allowed to bring any items for the prisoners.

What Is The Phone Call Policy:

Inmates are not allowed to receive phone calls. However, inmates are capable of making collect calls.

How Do Inmates Release Their Property:

Inmates must first complete a release form and the floor supervisor will then complete a “Property Release Card.” A copy will be given to back to the prisoner and will be mailed out to the designee. Once the card has been delivered, the designee is welcome to pick up the property on the third floor of the Inmate Processing Center at 1201 Commerce Street, Houston TX. Open hours are 8AM-8PM any day of the week and must be within 30 days of card date.

How Do I Pay Fines:

You can pay fines in person at 49 San Jacinto St, Houston TX. The facility is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Payment may be made in cash, money order, traveler’s check, or cashier’s check. Payments can also be made by mail and sent to “Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Attn: Fines & Fees, 1200 Baker St. Houston, TX 77002”

Once An Inmate Has Been Released Where Can I Pick Him Up:

You can pick up an inmate northwest sally port at 1201 Commerce St. Houston, TX.

What Is The Website:

You can view the website by clicking here.

6 comments on “Harris County Jail
  1. kayla white says:

    Visitation area was disgusting. I felt like i needed a bath after sitting there for only 20 minutes. Maintenance should be kept up as least every hour if not more.

  2. Stevie says:

    It cost too much to keep it clean that often. Still it’s disgusting!

  3. Amy Burch says:

    All my experience’s have been horrible .The officers are very rude to me and my kids they have the worst attitudes and for no reason at all. Its very disgusting always dirty and I think that we should be able to have at least 40 minutes to visit . Over all I’m very disgusted by everything . I think they should not have to be behind glass if your are married and your children are visiting we should be able to hold each other hands if nothing else I wish some of these things be addressed and at least concerited..Thanx

  4. Amy Burch says:

    I also think that our family should not have to be caged like animals if their charge is not violence related. I understand if the men are violent keep them behind the glass but if is not we should not have to see our husband’s or son’s or brother’s etc treated like a wild animal in my opinion . County Visitation should be like prison visitation .

  5. ZUZENBIDEA PAOLA OWENS says:

    I NEVER WENT TO JAIL BUT MY BROTHER WHEN TO JAIL AND HE SAID THAT THEY ARE SO RUDE AND I THINK BECOUSE THEY ARE POLICES THEY CAN NOT THREAD YOU LIKE ANIMALS GOD IS THE JUST FOR ALL OF US AND ONE DAY HE IS COMEING AND ALL THE PEOPLE DONT OVEY HES COMENNTS ARE GOING TO HELL

  6. chandra young says:

    They treat visitors as if they are criminals as well.

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