Grand Prairie Jail – Bail Bonds

Grand Prairie Bail Bonds

Contact Big Bubba’s Bail Bonds today at: (214) 748-0000 to assist with your bail bond needs and to get out of Grand Prairie Jail fast. Big Bubba’s can easily find out how much bail bond amounts are and what county the bonds need to be posted to. We can contact the appropriate county bail bond desk for you.

If you would like to check bond amounts yourself, please call the Grand Prairie Jail Bond Desk at: (972) 237-8951. The bond desk is closed between the hours of 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. as well as 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. During closed hours, the bond desk cannot accept payments.

Grand Prairie City Jail Information

The Grand Prairie City Jail is a holding facility that detains inmates for up to 72 hours. If longer confinement is required, inmates are transferred to other facilities. The jail is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The facility has room to house 210 inmates and consists of five cell blocks, four temporary holding blocks, and two special management cells. There are six separate cells assigned to temporarily house juvenile offenders.

The city of Grand Prairie spans over four counties, so inmates could be transferred to various facilities based on which county their charges are posted in. Likewise their bond needs to be posted to the correct county.

If the inmate is no longer in Grand Prairie jail, they could be in:
Dallas County Jail (Lew Sterrett Justice Center).
Tarrant County Jail
• Ellis County Jail
• Johnson County Jail

The Grand Prairie Jail / City Detention Center is located at:

1525 Arkansas Lane
Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Do you have a loved one who was arrested and you need to find out if they are stuck in jail in Grand Prairie Jail? There are two ways you can check:
• Telephone: The detention desk is (972) 237-8947 or (972) 237-8951.
• In person: Visit the lobby of the detention center at the jail and speak to the detention staff.

There is currently no method of checking online and doing an inmate search through the city.

Grand Prairie Jail Visitation

First, visitation is subject to cancellation at any time by the Detention Supervisor without notice. It is recommended to call the jail first for current status: (972) 237-8951.
Visitation is on Sunday from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Visitors are allowed 10-15 minutes with an inmate with a maximum of 2 people allowed.

Visitors must be over the age of 17 and properly dressed. Visitors may be subject to search. Visitors are required to present a valid driver’s license or state identification card. Do not visit if you have an outstanding warrant. You will be arrested.

Children are not allowed to be left unattended in the jail lobby or in the vehicle during a visitation.

Visitors are not allowed to bring personal items or money to the inmate’s property. Prescription medications are the exception and visitors are allowed to bring an inmate prescribed medication. The medication must have the inmate’s name on the bottle with clear and legible instructions. The medication in the bottle must match the label on the bottle.

Inmate Phone calls from Grand Prairie Jail

Inmates are allowed to make one free phone call during the booking process. After that, they are allowed to make unlimited collect calls after the booking process is complete or from the inmate’s cell block.

Accounts have to be setup to make collect calls and doing so while an inmate is trying to call can be difficult. It is recommended for friends or family member to setup a prepaid account or a direct bill account online at http://www.securustech.net/ or by calling 1-800-844-6591.

Another option is to purchase prepaid phone cards from a kiosk in the jail lobby and give them to the bond desk to deliver to the inmate.

Grand Prairie Jail Inmate’s Property

Often times loved ones are arrested with property on them that others need or own. For instance, they have the keys to your family car and you need to get your car. Or perhaps a cell phone for business purposes.
Inmates are allowed to release their property to others under the following conditions:
• Inmate grants written permission authorizing the release (these forms are available to the inmates).
• The recipient of the property must present a valid driver’s license or state issued identification card.
• Obtain special approval of the detention supervisor.
• Individual items may not be released unless you can provide proof of ownership. Keys are an exception to this rule.

Grand Prairie Vehicle Impound

Often times during arrest, the inmate’s vehicle has been impounded. If you need to find out where the vehicle is, the city of Grand Prairie uses “Dave’s Highway Wrecker Service” to tow vehicles.

Vehicles are impounded by the Grand Prairie Police Department at the Grand Prairie Auto Pound. The auto pound is open 7 days a week from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

The pound is located at:
3010 Hard Rock Rd
Grand Prairie, TX 75050

For information on fees, payment, availability and directions, it is best to call the pound at (972) 237-4100. You may need to know the make and model of the car as well as the license plate information.

How to Get out of Grand Prairie Jail Fast

If an inmate was arrested for any felony or a misdemeanor other than a Class C, the inmate will need to have proof that their bond was paid at the appropriate county bond desk. Only after bond requirements and conditions have been met can the Grand Prairie jail consider releasing an inmate.

To get out of jail you must do one of the following:
• Contact and contract an attorney
• Find all bonds due and pay each at the appropriate counties bond desk.
• Contact a bail bondsman.
For best results, and to get out of jail fast, contact Big Bubba’s Bail Bonds. They are familiar with the Grand Prairie jail and the bond desk (as well as surrounding counties) and know how to most quickly navigate through the system. Big Bubba’s provides low cost bail bonds with hassle free service while providing respect and dignity in a difficult process. Payment plans are available. (214) 748-0000.

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