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Irving Police Department Jail

This page is in reference to the Irving Police Department Jail in Irving, Texas. Have you been here before? Tell us about it by clicking here.

irving police department jailThe Irving City Jail is primarily a temporary holiding facility for people awaiting trials and for people serving time on misdemeanor charges based upon the Irving Municipal Court cases. But this is usually a temporary facility for people before being transferred to Dallas County Jail (Lew Sterrett).

How Do You Locate An Inmate:

There are three different ways to locate an inmate at the Irving Police Department Jail–online, in person, and over the telephone. To check online click here; in person visit the jail at 305 N. O’Connor Rd., Irving, TX; or call either one of the phone numbers at 972-721-2625 or 972-721-3608.

Where Is The Irving Police Department Jail Located:

The address is 205 N. O’Connor Rd., Irving, TX at the Criminal Justice Center.

What Time Is The Jail Open:The jail is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

When Are Prisoners Arraigned:

At the Irving Police Department Jail, arraignment are usually held two times a day during the week at 10:00AM and 4:00PM and once a day on the weekends at 10:00AM.

When Are Visiting Hours:

The only days you can visit an inmate at the Irving Police Jail is on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. On Sunday, the visiting hours are from 2PM-4PM and on Tuesday and Thursday the hours are from 7:30PM-9:30PM.

What Do I Need To Visit An Inmate:

Be quick when you visit inmates here because you can only visit for 10 minutes maximum and only two (2) people are allowed per visitation period with only one (1) visitor at a time. Also, make sure you dress approriate, be 17 years or older, have a valid state issued driver’s license or student ID with a photo, last name, first name, and your date of birth.

Keep in mind that all visitors will be checked for outstanding warrants and that they are subject to search before entering the visitation room (do not take any contraband when you go visit).

What Items Can I Bring To A Prisoner:

For the most part, the only thing you can bring are prescription medications, and each inmate is allowed to be brought only one pair of socks per day and one underwear per day.

What Is The Phone Call Policy:

A prisoner is allowed only one free phone call and this is done during the booking process. The inmate is allowed to make collect calls from within the cell block. Keep in mind that when received these calls the person who accepts is charged.

Defense Criminal Lawyer Best TexasWhere Are Impound Vehicles Are Stored:

The Wrecker Service for Irving Police Department Jail is Walnut Hill Wrecker and the cars are stored at the Irving Auto Pound at 401 N. Valley View Ln., Irving, Texas 75061 and you can call at 972-790-1301. Be sure and have the vehicle’s year, make, model, and license plate number when you call. The Irving Police Department will not have any information about the directions to the impound, fees, or method of payment. Instead you should call the Walnut Hill Wrecker.

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

Prisoners are relased at the jail lobby which is located at 305 N. O’Connor, Irving, Texas.

What is the Website:

Click here to visit the jail website.


  1. No jail is fun but Irving, Tx jail has some of the worst correction officers and if it was legal I’d tie chains to their ankles and drop them in the ocean that goes for most of the so called peace officers as well. They all act like their above the law. The only reason people are nice to them is so they can leave the jail as soon as possible not because they did their job right. People who get arrested for silly offenses get treated worse than the murders, so I say F*&^ the Police.

    • I agree because my son is in there now and he say the day time Guards were nice, but the night time guards are a bunch of crap especially this one Black Women and we are Black. He said this woman she is TOO TOO RUDE AS THEY GET WITH NO RESPECT AT ALL!! You come in there for traffic tickets they treat you like you have murdered some one and then he said they will keep you isolated!! FOR WHAT!! WHAT IS ALL OF THAT FOR!!

  2. It was very comfortable & irving detention officers were very nice. I had more than enough to eat. I always had warm blankets that just came out of the dryer.

    • I know for a fact Irving jail meals do not fill someone up. I was starving in there.

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