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Victims and other concerned citizens can register to be notified when an offender’s custody status changes by phone, email or TTY device. VINELink® is the online version of VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday), the National Victim Notification Network. This service allows crime victims to obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases and the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department does not provide court and charge information on this inmate. Please contact the Federal Bureau of Prisons at:
Or US Marshal Service Los Angeles Communication Center (213) 894-2485
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All of the information shown for in-custody and out of custody persons represents the most recent information known to the
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office. As individuals move through the judicial process, information may change.
Names of individuals arrested and booked by San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, in certain circumstances,
may not appear on this site based on exemptions provided under Government Code section 6254(f). In the event a
name does not appear on this site, please contact West Valley Detention Center at (909) 350-2476 for information.
- All visits are scheduled by phone and must be made one day prior to the day you wish to visit.
- Inmates may have only one visit per day with up to 6 visitors. Inmates with special classifications have a different set of guidelines. Please call for that information.
- Visitors must arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled time to check in. Late arrivals will not be admitted.
- All visitors 18 years and older must have a valid government ID card, such as: DMV ID or driver’s license; county, city or state employee ID card; military ID; or valid passport.
Visitors Under the Age of 18
- Visitors under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Verification of relationship is required via birth certificate, proof of guardianship or questioning of the minor.
- Visitors must keep children within arm’s reach. Visitors who fail to maintain control of their children may have their visit terminated.
- Visitors age 12 and over are permitted to visit inmate parents unaccompanied by an adult.
- Visitors under the age of 18 may visit an inmate spouse. A marriage certificate and photo identification is required.
Visitors wearing prohibited attire will be denied.
- Gang attire
- Clothing or accessories displaying obscene or offensive language or pictures
- Sheer or transparent garments
- Tank tops, halter tops, strapless or spaghetti-strap tops
- Clothing exposing the breasts/chest, midriff area, genital area, or buttocks
- Shorts, skirts and dresses shorter than mid-thigh
- Shoes must be worn
Adding Money to an Inmate’s Account
Money orders will be accepted through the mail and posted to the inmate’s account. The money order should be made out to the
correct detention facility and include the inmate’s name and booking number. We accept all forms of money orders but postal
money orders are preferred. Bank cashier checks will be accepted and posted only after verification has been made by the bank.
We do not accept cash or personal checks.
Cash deposits to an inmate’s account can be made in person at the appropriate facility. You must have the exact money amount,
as change cannot be given. We do not accept coins.
Send a Care Package to an Inmate
sanbernardinoca.icaregifts.com makes it easy to shop for an inmate located in a San Bernardino County correctional facility.
The Sheriff’s Department is authorized to accept bail either in cash or in a surety bond (California Penal Code
section 1269b). Other forms of bail, including equity in real property, may be accepted by the court but not by the jail
(California Penal Code sections 1292-1298). The Sheriff’s Department is prohibited from recommending or referring
business to any bail agent.
Please be aware that posting bail for an inmate does not guarantee his or her release. For example, you may notice that the
words “no bail” appear next to some charges. This indicates the inmate must remain in custody on that charge until
his or her next court appearance even if bail is posted on all other charges. Similarly, if the word “sentenced” appears next to
a charge, the inmate must remain in custody for a period determined by the court and cannot be released on bail on that charge.
These are two examples of many conditions that might require us to keep an inmate in custody after bail has been posted.
As a general guideline (which may not apply in all instances), an inmate will be released if a bail amount appears next to each
of his or her listed charges and an acceptable form of bail is posted for each charge.