The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department manages five correctional facilities within Riverside County. Not only is it one of the largest jail systems in the state, but in the country as well. With a unique set of rules, regulations and restrictions strictly enforced in order to ensure safety to visitors, corrections staff and Riverside County inmates.
Riverside County Jail inmates are housed at one of five jails: Robert Presley Detention Center, Southwest Detention Center, Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility, Indio Jail or Blythe Jail. Among the jails in Riverside County is the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility-- the largest correctional facility in the county. The Southwest Detention Center serves the southwest portion of Riverside County; whereas, the Indio Jail serves the City of Indio. The oldest facility built in 1964 is the Blythe Jail, which is administered under the direction of the Captain and Corrections Division Chief. Robert Presley Detention Center was built in downtown Riverside to replace the former Riverside County Jail. With the Jail Information Management System, you can search for Riverside County Inmates.
In addition to the jails, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department also offers work release programs, including full time work release, part-time work release, full time supervised electronic release and part time supervised electronic release.
You can search by name or booking number using the county's inmate jail search.
Criminal court information can be searched online here. However if you do not have a case number to search by, there is a fee for a name search.
Inmates are allowed a maximum of 2 visits per week. More information and visitation schedules can be found here.