Here you will find information is for Los Angeles Police Department Stations and the communities they serve. Each station listed below features a link to additional information.
LAPD stations are divided into geographic regions called Bureaus which are named as the Central, South, Valley, Metro and West Bureau’s respectively.
Inmates at police station jails may have one visit a day by a friend or family member 7 days a week from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily. A bail bondsman, an attorney, or a member of the clergy may visit inmates at anytime. Bail can be posted at Los Angeles Police Department Jail 24 hours a day.
For additional information bail or arrestee information, you can call to speak with a bail bondsman 24 hours a day for any of the following Los Angeles Community Police Stations at (888) BAIL BOND or (888) 224-5266.
LAPD CENTRAL BUREAU
Central Community Police Station-Jail
LAPD Central Division is located in downtown Los Angeles and serves Bunker Hill/Historic Core, Central City East, Chinatown, Civic Center, Downtown Los Angeles, Fashion District, Jewelry District, Little Tokyo, Old Bank District, Solano Canyon, South Park-Entertainment, and the Toy District. There is no jail at Central Division; arrestees in the area are taken to nearby Metro Center jail.
Newton Community Police Station-Jail
The Newton Police Station serves the Fashion District, Pueblo Del Rio and South Park-Entertainment areas.
Rampart Community Police Station
The Rampart Police Station serves Angelino Heights, Echo Park, Historic Filipino Town, Korea Town, Lafayette Park, Macarthur Park, Pico-Union, Temple-Beaudry, Virgil Village, and Westlake. There is no jail located at this station.
Northeast Community Police Station-Jail
The Northeast Police 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.
LAPD SOUTH BUREAU
77th Street Community Police Station-Jail
The LAPD 77th Street police station serves Athens Park, Chesterfield Square, Crenshaw, Gramercy Park, Hyde Park, South Park- 51st and Menlo, Vermont Knolls, Vermont Park, View Heights. If someone you know has been arrested in these areas, they will be transported to the 77th Street Jail located on South Broadway in Los Angeles.
Harbor Community Police Station-Jail
The Harbor Police Station serves Harbor City, Harbor Gateway, San Pedro, Terminal Island, and Wilmington. Harbor Community Station was newly opened in April 2009. Previously, the station did not have a jail. The new facility, located at Fifth and Centre streets in San Pedro, does feature a jail.
Southeast Community Police Station
The Southeast Police Station serves Avalon Gardens, Gardena Boulevard, Hacienda Village, Imperial Courts, Jordon Downs, Nickerson Gardens, Parkside Manor and Watts. There is no jail located at this station.
Southwest Community Police Station-Jail
The Southwest Police Station serves Adams-Normandie, Baldwin Hills, Baldwin Village, Baldwin Vista, Crenshaw, Exposition Park, Jefferson Park, Leimert Park, Union Square, University Park, Village Green and West Adams.
LAPD VALLEY BUREAU
Devonshire Community Police Station-Jail
The Devonshire Jail in Northridge services the San Fernando Valley from Valley Circle on the west to the 405 Freeway on the east and from Roscoe on the south to the northern board of the City of Los Angeles. Devonshire jail is currently being utilized for those arrested in the Northern Valley including Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Granada Hills, Northridge, Porter Ranch, West Hills and Winnetka.
Foothill Community Police Station-Jail
The Foothill Police Station serves policing needs for the communities of Arleta, La Tuna Canyon, Lake View Terrace, Pacoima, Shadow Hills, Sun Valley, Sunland and Tujunga.
Mission Community Police Station
The Mission Police Station serves Granada Hills, Knollwood, Mission Hills, North Hills, Panorama City and Sylmar.
North Hollywood Community Police Station-Jail
The North Hollywood Police Station serves Cahuenga Pass, North Hollywood, Studio City, Sun Valley, Toluca Lake, Toluca Woods, Universal City, Valley Glen, Valley Village and West Toluca.
Van Nuys Community Police Station-Jail
The Van Nuys Police Station and jail serves Blythe Street, Lake Balboa, Sepulveda, Sherman Oaks, Valley Glen, Van Nuys, Ventura Business District and West Van Nuys. The Van Nuys jail, which is the largest and busiest jail in the San Fernando Valley, is also utilized by the West Valley Station, which does not have a jail, as well as other stations when they are crowded. The courthouse is located in Van Nuys and defendants are often brought temporarily to Van Nuys jail during hearings and trials.
West Valley Community Police Station
The West Valley Police Station serves Encino, Mandeville Canyon, Northridge, Reseda, Tarzana and Warner Center. There is no jail located at this station. West Valley does, however, have holding cells which are utilized on a short-term basis so that detectives may question defendants prior to them being transported to the Van Nuys Jail.
Topanga Community Police Station
The Topanga Police Station serves Woodland Hills, West Hills, Canoga Park and Winnetka. There is no jail located at this station.
LAPD WEST BUREAU
Hollywood Community Police Station-Jail
The Hollywood Police Station serves Argyle, Cahuenga Pass, East Hollywood, Fairfax, Hobart, Hollywood, Hollywood Hills, Hollywood/La Brea, Little Armenia, Los Feliz, Melrose District, Mount Olympus, Sierra Vista, Spaulding Square, Sunset Strip, Thai Town and Vine/Willoughby.
Pacific Community Police Station-Jail
The Pacific Police Station serves Del Rey, Manchester Square, Mar Vista, Oakwood, Palms, Playa Del Rey, Playa Vista, Venice and Westchester.
West LA Community Police Station-Jail
The West LA Police Station serves Bel Air, Benedict Canyon, Beverly Crest, Beverly Glen, Beverlywood, Brentwood, Century City, Cheviot Hills, Crestview, Glen Ridge, Pacific Palisades, Rancho Park, Roscomare Valley, Rustic Canyon, San Vicente, Sawtelle, West Los Angeles and Westwood.
West Los Angeles Police Station
Wilshire Community Police Station-Jail
The Wilshire Police Station serves Arlington Heights, Brookside Park, Cathay Circle, Country Club Park, Fairfax, Greater Wilshire, Hancock Park, Harvard Heights, Larchmont Village, Little Ethiopia, Mid-City, Mid-Wilshire, Miracle Mile, Olympic Park, Park La Brea, South Carthay, Wellington Square, Western Heights, Wilshire Center, Wilshire Vista and Windsor Square.
Olympic Community Police Station
The Olympic Police Station is the newest LAPD station. Its grand opening was on January 17, 2009. There is no jail located at the Olympic Community Police station.
LAPD METRO DIVISION
LAPD Metropolitan Detention Center -- Jail Section
(formerly Parker Center Jail)
180 N. Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles
The LAPD Metro station, formerly known as Parker Center, serves Chinatown, Little Tokyo, South Park, Central City East, Historic Core, Financial District, Artists Lofts, Olvera Street, Solano Canyon, South Park-Entertainment, The Toy District, The Jewelry District, The Convention Center, The Fashion District, and the Bunker Hill historic core. Metropolitan Detention Center is the jail operated by the LAPD and is within a couple of miles of Los Angeles County's downtown Men's Central Jail.
Inmate Information: 213-485-2556
Administration Desk: 213-485-2547
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