Visitor dress rules apply equally to male and female visitors.
Visitors shall remain fully clothed when visiting. Appropriate attire includes undergarments; a dress or blouse/shirt with skirt/pants or shorts; and shoes or sandals.
Visitors shall adhere to the following dress standards:
Prohibited attire includes clothing that:
Mail may be sent to offenders incarcerated in the detention facility by writing to:
All correspondence must include the inmate's booking and jail identification (JID) numbers on the envelope.
Inmates may NOT receive the following types of materials:
The Fresno County Sheriff's Office uses an Inmate Phone System provided by Legacy Inmate Communications. Information about how to use the phone system can be found below.
Legacy Inmate Communications
Legacy Inmate Communications proudly offers the Friends and Family Prepaid Collect Service allowing incarcerated individuals to remain in constant contact with loved ones during trying times. The program proactively targets inmates and their families to provide a solution to their growing need for effective call processing and reliable customer service.
Don't miss out on another birthday, holiday, or other life-changing event. Legacy helps you stay in touch with the ones you love the most -- when it counts the most.
Contact Legacy Inmate Communications today for information on their Friends and Family Prepaid Collect Service. Customer support representatives are standing by to answer any questions or concerns you might have regarding your account and payment options.
|General Hours of Operation|
|Monday – Friday:||24 hours|
|Saturday and Sunday:||24 hours|
|Toll Free||1-888-PAY-4-FAM (1-888-729-4326)|
|World Wide Web||www.legacyinmate.com|
|Mailing Address||Friends and Family Prepaid Collect Service
10833 Valley View Street – Suite 150
Cypress, CA 90630
The following scenarios are automatically detected by the inmate telephone system, and may result in your call being terminated.
By following these helpful hits, you can help to keep your call from being disconnected.
PLEASE DO NOT:
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You may call 1-888-373-7011 for information about an inmate. Information provided at this number includes:
Information NOT PROVIDED: when an inmate will be transported to prison or another facility.
Note: The Jail chaplains do not provide inmate information. Their duties are limited to providing inmate's with pastoral care and spiritual support.
Every inmate in the jail is initially provided with:
Each inmate in the facility (except those on disciplinary status for violating facility rules) may purchase up to $175.00 of commissary each week. Commissary items offered for sale include personal hygiene supplies, stationery items, over-the-counter medications, food and snack items, cards, and games. If an inmate does not have any funds in their account, they are eligible for an indigent package. The indigent package contains soap, toothpaste, a razor, and writing materials, and is available per request, on a weekly basis.
Money may be only be deposited into an inmate's account via U.S. Postal Money Orders. Write the Inmate's name, booking number, and jail identification (JID) number on the U.S. Postal Money Order and either mail to:
or complete and deposit a money envelope provided at the Main Detention Facility Lobby, located at 1225 'M' Street.
Personal checks, cashier's checks, and cash are not accepted.
All offenders have the right to necessary medical, dental and mental health services, including:
Twenty-four hours per day, medical professionals provide services to all offenders incarcerated in the detention facilities. Additional services provided include:
The Jail Psychiatric Services provides crisis intervention services 24-hours per day and in-custody treatment for mentally ill offenders. The program is staffed by mental health clinicians and available to all incarcerated offenders.
The Delma Graves Adult school is administered by Fresno County Office of Education and offers Literacy, Adult Basic Education/General Education Development (ABE/GED), English as a Second Language (ESL), and Personal Skills Development (Life Skills) education.
The Life Skills courses include:
Academic education is offered to both sentenced and pre-sentenced inmates.
Other programs and services offered to male and female sentenced and pre-sentenced inmates include: