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    The Northeast Station serves the areas of Atwater Village, Cypress Park, Eagle Rock, East Hollywood, Echo Park, Elysian Park, Elysian Valley, Franklin Hills, Garvanza, Glassell Park, Highland Park, Los Feliz, Mount Washington, Silver Lake and Solano Canyon.

    If someone is arrested in these areas they will be transported to the Northeast Station Jail located on San Fernando Road in Los Angeles.

    There is no long-term jail facility located at the Northeast Community Police Station. Therefore, once an arrestee is processed, booked and checked for outstanding warrants, they will be transported to the Metro Center Jail.

    For information about persons arrested and brought to the Northeast Division Station, the public can call 213-485-5235, 24 hours a day. The general public can obtain information on inmates who are in custody at any of the jails operated the Los Angeles Police Department.

    For additional information bail or arrestee information for the Northeast Station, you can speak with a bail bondsman 24 hours a day at (888) BAIL BOND or (888) 224-5266.


    Our large network of licensed agents allows us to quickly and efficiently arrange bail in any jail in California. With multiple locations and agents to serve you, we can finalize your bail bond quickly. Should ever require a bondsman at the Northeast Police Station, please contact us for your immediate bail bond needs.

    Call 888-BAIL-BOND or 888-224-5266.

    Northeast Community Police Station-Jail
    3353 San Fernando Rd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90065
    Northeast Area Jail: 213-485-5235
    213-485-2563 Voice
    213-485-6407 TDD/TTY

    The Northeast Area is roughly 29 square miles, has a population of about 250,000 people and is under the jurisdiction of the Central Bureau of the LAPD. For more information, community updates and the Captain’s message, log on to the Northeast Community Newsletter. “Stop-in” offices or substation locations were established for the Northeast Area Police Department to provide easier access to the community police station.