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    LAPD's Hollenbeck Community Police Station serves the communities of Aliso Village, Boyle Heights, El Sereno, Estrada Court, Hermon, Hillside Village, Lincoln Heights, Montecito Heights, Monterey Hills, Pico Gardens, Ramona Gardens, Rose Hills Courts, and University Hills.

    If someone has been arrested in these areas, they will be transported to Hollenbeck Station, which is a temporary holding facility located on East 1st Street in Los Angeles.

    Bail can be posted while an arrestee is being held here. For additional information you can call to speak with a bail bondsman 24 hours a day who can provide you additional arrest and bail information at 888-224-5266.

    It’s important to know there is no long-term jail facility located at Hollenbeck. Therefore, once an arrestee is processed, booked and checked for outstanding warrants, men will be transported to either the LAPD Metro Center Jail or Twin Towers jail, both in downtown Los Angeles, and women will be taken to the Century Station jail in Lynwood.

    It is possible for bail to be posted at any of the Los Angeles Police Department Jails 24 hours a day.


    Should you require a bail bond at the Hollenbeck Division Station, Metro Center Jail, Twin Towers or the Century Station Jail, please contact 888 Bail Bonds for your immediate bail bond needs.

    In addition to the Hollenbeck Division Station Jail, we can transact bail bonds anywhere in Los Angeles and in the entire state of California.

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    Hollenbeck Division Station
    1936 E. 1st Street
    Los Angeles, CA 90033
    323-266-5965 Voice
    213-485-9822 TDD/TTY

    For information about persons arrested and brought to Hollenbeck holding facility, the public can call 323-266-5965, 24 hours a day. The general public can obtain information on inmates who are in custody at any one of the jails operated by either the Los Angeles Police Department or the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The station is under the jurisdiction of the Central Bureau, and is located east of downtown Los Angeles and has a population of roughly 200,000 people in its 15.2 square miles.