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LA County Jail

LA County Jail is located in downtown Los Angeles. One of the largest challenges facing LA County Jail is that there is larger shares of individuals who come into LA County Jail have mental disorders. As a result, every inmate who enters the LA County Jail system receives a mental health screening.

Fresno County Jail

Fresno County Jail is overseen by the Fresno County Sheriff's Office. One of the highlights of the Fresno County Jail system is that it focuses on the rehabilitation of the inmates in its care. Fresno County Jail has a main building and an annex.

Sacramento County Jail

Sacramento County Jail is located in downtown Sacramento. SAC County Jail has housed several famous inmates, most notable the Unabomber. In light of budgetary shortfalls, the Sacramento County Jail has sought to find opportunities to save money, such as paroling inmates or consolidating into a single building.

Madera County Jail

Madera County Jail is run by the Madera County Department of Corrections. The Madera County Jail is located in Central California. Madera County Department of Corrections is devoted to ensuring the safety of the inmates, corrections officers, and community at large by operating the jail in according to California law.

Solano County Jail

Solano County Jail is one of the nine County Jails in the Bay-Delta area, and of the fifty eight across the state. The Solano County Jail operates in accord with the standards established by Corrections Standards Authority, a state organization.

Tehema County Jail

Tehema County Jail can house 227 inmates at a time. Inmates held in Tehema County Jail, as is the case with any California County Jail may be serving a sentence handed down by the local court, awaiting trial, or being transported from one jail to another, whether between state facilities or County Jails.

Placer County Jail

Placer County Jail includes a maximum security module, two modules to house male inmates, and another for female inmates. Placer County Jail can hold three hundred fifty two inmates. The modern facility has been expanded multiple times since its origins in World War II army warehouses.

Marin County Jail

Marin County Jail is governed by the Marin County Sheriff's Office Detention Services Bureau. Marin County Jail works with the Marin County Probation Office to oversee the sentences of more than two hundred individuals who have been sentenced by the Marin County Court.

Kern County Jail

The Kern County Sheriff's Office is responsible for the governing of Kern County Jail. More than one quarter of the staff of the Kern County Sheriff's Office works as deputies in the Kern County Jail. Individuals in the Kern County Jail may be serving a sentence, awaiting trial, or being transported between jails.

LA County Jail

LA County Jail

The Los Angeles County jail system has faced allegations that it is in fact not a correctional facility, but is instead the largest mental health hospital in the country. As a result of these complaints, and in order to more completely address the special needs of individuals with mental illnesses who come into contact with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which manages the LA County Jail, has worked in collaboration with the Department of Mental Health, which established an on-site Jail Mental Health Services.
Established in 1972, the Jail Mental Health Services allows individuals at the LA County Jail to provide mental health services to individuals who need mental health assistance. Of the twenty thousand inmates who are housed in the LA county jail system on a daily basis, approximately two thousand individuals are or have been diagnosed with mental illnesses. Ninety percent of these individuals in the LA County Jail System with mental problems are also in trouble due to substance abuse problems as well.
The main hub for mental health services in the LA County jail system for men who need mental health assistance is provided at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles, with mental health services provided for women are provided at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, fifteen miles south of downtown Los Angeles.
Every individual who enters into a LA county jail first receives a mental health screening.

Fresno County Jail

Fresno County Jail

The Fresno county Jail is located in the city of Fresno. The Fresno county jail is forced to handle so many inmates that it had to establish an annex. The north annex of the Fresno County Jail is also located in Fresno. The county jail is capable of holding more than sixteen thousand inmates between these two buildings.
The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office supervises the Fresno County Jail. The Sheriff’s Office is committed to a fully integrated criminal justice system, which ensures public safety. Within the Fresno County Jail System is dedicated to producing individuals who are able to integrate well into the community following their release. One of the goals of the Fresno County Jail System is to help individuals who enter into the system to develop trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.
The Fresno County Jail offers individuals who enter into the program the opportunity to develop academic and life skills, including efforts to promote literacy, Adult Basic Education or General Education Development, English as a Second Language programs, and Life Skills programs. 
The Life Skills offered in the Fresno County Jail are lessons in cognitive thinking, work attitude and behavior, relationships, job searches, money management, and interpersonal skills. The Fresno County Jail System also provides opportunities for inmates to experience religious programs, chaplain services, law and recreational reading services, alcoholic and narcotics anonymous programs, and health/ wellness/ recreation services. 

Sacramento County Jail

Sacramento County Jail

The Sacramento County Jail is located in downtown Sacramento. Sac County Jail has been home to several famous inmates, including: Eric McDavid, an environmental activist and anarchist; Dorothea Puente, an American serial killer; Nikoly Soltys, an Ukrainian-American spree killer; Anerae Brown, also known as X-Raided, a rapper convicted of killing a woman during a home invasion robbery in 1992; and most famously of all, Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber.
Sac County Jail is run by the Sacrament County Sheriff’s Department. It is near the Downtown Plaza in down town Sacramento. In order to minimize some of the costs associated with keeping inmates in the Sacramento county jail have been attempted to be reduced through a variety of methods. 
The first cost cutting method practiced by the Sac County Jail System was to close two alternative sites, and consolidate the inmate population in a single building, the main facility at the Sacramento County Jail building.
When closing the satellite facilities in the Sac County Jail System were insufficient to effect the desired budgetary savings, then the Sacramento County Jail System sought to determine if any of the inmates that were still being housed in the Sacramento County Jail System would be eligible for parole or for alternative methods of imprisonment. 

Madera County Jail

Madera County Jail

The Madera County Jail is located in the city of Madera, California. The Madera County Jail is located in Central California. The Madera County Department of Corrections supervises the inmates in the Madera County Jail. The vision of the Madera County Department of Corrections is the provide a safe and secure work and living environment for the staff and inmates that are in the Madera County Jail, and by extension to the community at large. 
The Madera County Department of Corrections seeks to ensure that all the individuals entrusted to the care of the Department of Corrections are treated lawfully, humanely, and professionally, and treat those individuals in a way that serves to foster confidence throughout the community.
While working in the Madera County Jail, the county Department of Corrections is dedicated to commitment, accountability, and professionalism. The Madera County Department of Corrections is devoted to their vision, values, and the citizens of Madera County as a whole. 
The Corrections Department working in the Madera County Jail exercises responsible and effective stewardship of the resources that are allocated to it in order to protect the community and care for the inmates. It also holds its employees to the highest standard of professional conduct while overseeing the inmates in the Madera County Jail. 

Solano County Jail

Solano County Jail

The Solano County Jail System is one of the fifty eight county jail systems in the state of California. The Solano County Jail is one of the nine county jails in the Bay-Delta region. The Solano County Jail is located in the County Capital of Fairfield.
The Solano County Jail System works closely with the Solano County Department of Probation, the Solano County District Attorney, the Solano County Family Violence Prevention Department, the Sheriff’s Department, and the Department of the Public Defender.
The Solano County Jail System serves to provide incarceration for criminal offenders in Solano County. 

Lancaster County Jail

Lancaster County Jail

The Lancaster county prison is located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The first county prison was built in Lancaster in 1737. The location of the original Lancaster county prison is currently occupied by Fulton Hall, one of the buildings of the Fulton Opera House. 
The current Lancaster County Prison was built on the site in 1851. The structure is an almost exact replica of Lancaster Castle in Lancaster, Lancashire in England. The building has remained in constant use since it was first built. For the first sixty one years the building was host to executions by hanging.
There are more than five thousand admissions each year, with a roughly similar number of discharges each year. The Lancaster County Prison has beds for more than nine hundred fifty inmates, although it is not close to capacity, and could add more beds if the need to house more inmates were to arise.
More than sixty percent of the detainees in Lancaster County Prison are imprisoned and held while their trials are pending. The remaining occupants of Lancaster County Prison are imprisoned in order to complete a sentence that has been assigned by the Lancaster County Court District or while in transit from one jail to another.
Under the Lancaster County Prison “prisoner cost recovery program,” since 1995 inmates have been charged ten dollars a day to cover the cost of their incarceration

Tehema County Jail

Tehema County Jail

The Tehema County Jail is located in Red Bluff, California. The original structure was built in 1974, with the latest set of renovations and additions being added in 1994. The main structure of the Tehema County Jail is able to house 227 inmates. At various times the Tehema County Jail houses inmates that have already been sentenced, as well as inmates that are still awaiting sentencing.
Operation and staffing of the Tehema County Jail is managed by the Tehema County Sheriff’s Department. The operation of the Jail Division of the Tehema County Sheriff’s Department consumes approximately half of the personnel and budget allocated to the Sheriff’s Office. The Jail division of the Sheriff’s Department is responsible for the Main Jain Unit, the Transportation Unit, the Medical Unit, and a Food Services Unit.
The Main Jail Unit working in the Tehema County Jail is managed by a captain. Other supervisors on duty in the Unit include a lieutenant, four sergeants, and supervisors of both the cooking and medical staff. There are also deputies, Correctional Officers, Sheriff Service Officer, Clerks, Cooks, and Nurses. The Tehema County Jail is also bolstered by Reserve Officers and S.T.A.R.S, with Volunteers also involved in the function of the Tehema County Jail.