Since 1991 the West Valley Detention Center has maintained its status as one of the best and largest county jails in the State of California. With a bed capacity of 3,347, West Valley Detention Center completes 50,000 to 60,000 bookings and releases each year. This 24-hour operation provides a full range of inmate instruction programs in the fields of culinary arts, laundry services and landscape maintenance. The facility also provides medical, dental and mental health services and facilitates worship services to various denominations.
More than 600 people work at the West Valley Detention Center many of which are civilian employees. Maintenance crews, medical professionals, culinary staff, and a variety of support positions work as a team to accomplish our mission. We continuously strive to provide an environment that ensures optimal safety and security for the employees and inmates, as well as the surrounding community. We believe in maintaining public trust, while providing strong, effective law enforcement services.
The West Valley Detention Center is the largest booking facility in San Bernardino County and receives arrestees from many different agencies. Pre-trial inmates make up the majority of the population at the West Valley Detention Center. With the exception of sentenced inmate workers and some federal inmates, the majority of our inmate population awaits the resolution of their criminal case. West Valley Detention Center houses maximum-security inmates, some awaiting capital case trials, as well as pre-trial medium-security inmates awaiting trial on lesser crimes.
Many of the processes involved in corrections often require that inmates be moved from their housing location for reasons such as court, food service, or medical care. By its design, the West Valley Detention Center performs many of those functions without requiring an inmate to leave their assigned housing unit. Court arraignments are accomplished by remote video for various locations including San Bernardino, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, Victorville, and Barstow courts. Inmates who are required to appear in court are transported by our Transportation Services, which safely moves approximately 122,000 inmates, traveling more than 1,000,000 miles annually.
West Valley Detention Center Inmate Search
Inmate search provides information about current persons in custody of the West Valley Detention Center. Inmate roster usually includes the following information: booking or admission time, first and last name, gender, race, age or date of birth. Sometimes more detailed inmate records are provided (case number, charges, bail/bond amount, previous charges, photo, address, sentence information, commitment information, disciplinary infractions, disciplinary appeals, parole action, parole placement, work program, detainer/ warrants, profile classification, etc.).
Inmate Search in West Valley Detention Center is provided by West Valley Detention Center itself or by other third party. We do not guarantee accuracy of the information provided by West Valley Detention Center inmate search service. Be aware, that inmate information for different jails and prisons has different update periodicity. Usually inmate rosters are updated as new innmates data becomes available. Please see West Valley Detention Center website for more information. Typically online inmate lists should not be considered an official record or an official inmate roster. Official records and inmate rosters are kept by West Valley Detention Center.
West Valley Detention Center Arrest Warrants
Arrest warrant of West Valley Detention Center is a warrant issued by the San Bernardino judge to authorize the arrest and detention of an individual. West Valley Detention Center arrest warrant list provides all outstanding arrest warrants of San Bernardino yet to be served by law enforcement officials. The suspected named in the warrant of West Valley Detention Center can be arrested anytime.
West Valley Detention Center Most Wanted
Most wanted persons listed by West Valley Detention Center may be armed and dangerous. Do not attempt to apprehend a wanted person on your own. If you know someone listed on the West Valley Detention Center most wanted persons, please contact the detention facility office (see contacts of the West Valley Detention Center below).