George Bailey Detention Facility


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Jail Facility Note

This is a jail facility. In addition to other types of criminals and felons, A jail houses those who have not had the benefit of a trial to address the charges filed against them. In the United States, one has the opportunity to be tried for the charges against them, and is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Once proven guilty, the offender is sentenced. A sentence may include anything ranging from a fine, a jail sentence, or a sentence to a state or federal prison.

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Sending Mail

  Inmate First Name Inmate Last Name, Inmate Booking Number
  George Bailey Detention Facility
  446 Alta RD Suite 5300
  San Diego CA 92158


Inmate Electronic Messaging

The San Diego County Sheriff's Department allows the public to send electronic messages to inmates using forms provided on their website. Please visit the following website for instructions. After reading the instructions, click here to go to the inmate locator to start sending a message.

Sending Money

The San Diego County Sheriff's Department prefers cash deposits into an inmate account. It seems the policies are more favorable for an in person, cash deposit, because mailed checks have a five day holding period on them.

By Mail

Guidelines

ACCEPTED

  • Cashier's Check (note 1)
  • Check Issued by CDCR (note 2)
  • Check Issued by San Diego County Probation Department Honor Camp
  • Government Payroll Check
  • Government Retirement Check
  • Money Order (note 3)
  • United States Postal Money Order

All amounts up to $99.99 are accepted.
(note 1) Cashiers Check must be drawn on a bank located in the United States.
(note 2) CDCR is the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
(California State Prison System).
(note 3) Money order must be issued by Western Union, A Bank, A Credit Union, or a Savings and Loan.


NOT ACCEPTED
X Cash
X Any Payment over $100.
X Multiple Party Checks
X Personal Checks


MAKE PAYABLE TO

  • Inmate First Name Inmate Last Name


Delivery Address for mailed deposits

The deposit should be mailed to the inmate using the address above. You will probably want to write the inmates full name and booking number on the money order.


In Person

Cash deposits are preferred, and may be made to an inmate's account at the Information Office of any Sheriff's detention facility.


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