Aberdeen WA Police Dept Jail

Police Department Jail

Last Updated: April 24, 2024
210 E Market St, Aberdeen, WA 98520
Grays Harbor

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The Aberdeen Police Department is a short-term police lock-up located at 210 E Market St in Aberdeen, WA. It serves as the holding facility for the Aberdeen City Jail or agencies within the judicial district of Grays Harbor County and is operated to hold inmates awaiting transfer to the Grays Harbor County Jail.

Once at the county jail, the offender will undergo arraignment and have the charges read before a magistrate, who will determine whether bail will be offered. For more detailed information about an inmate's status, individuals are encouraged to call 360-533-8765 and inquire about booking details.

Established in 1888 within the burgeoning timber town, the Aberdeen Police Department has evolved into a vital institution serving the community. Presently, the department comprises 38 commissioned officers and 17 civilian staff members, catering to approximately 17,000 residents spanning over 12 square miles. Annually, they respond to nearly 26,000 incidents and process roughly 1,900 inmates in their in-house jail facility also known as Aberdeen City Jail.

Nestled in the scenic Grays Harbor County, near the captivating Pacific Ocean, Aberdeen enjoys a picturesque locale only 50 miles west of Olympia, the capital of Washington State, and the bustling I-5 corridor. They offer round-the-clock police services, with their Records office available from 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday, to assist the public. For inquiries or assistance outside these hours, including weekends, individuals can reach out to the Grays Harbor Dispatch Center's non-emergency number at 360-533-8765, and an officer will promptly respond to their needs.

Posting Bail - Bail may be posted at the Aberdeen Police Department after hours. However, unless a valid bail bond is utilized, only cash will be accepted. During regular business hours, from Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., bail can only be posted at the Aberdeen Municipal Court.

Inmate Mail - All inmate mail intended for or sent by inmates of the Aberdeen City Jail, excluding legal mail, may be subject to inspection by the on-duty Corrections Officer. Cash, checks, and money orders will not be accepted. Mail containing sexually explicit content or posing a threat to inmate safety will not be accepted. The Aberdeen Police Department holds no responsibility for any loss of mail, cash, or items contained within the mail.

Inmate Personal Items - Only specific items are accepted at the Aberdeen Police City Jail, including new undergarment clothing and socks, which must be sealed in-store packaging (limit 2 sets), and properly packaged and identified prescription medication.

Court Hearings & Appearances - For information regarding inmate court hearings and appearances, individuals should contact the Aberdeen Municipal Court, as the Aberdeen Police Department does not have access to this information.

Inmate Locator

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Visitation Information

Police In-house Jail

  • All visitors may be subject to search prior to entering the facility
  • Inmates have the right to decline visitation
  • Visitation - Sundays from 9 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • Visitation length - 20 minutes
  • Visitors may refuse to be searched, but they will not be allowed to enter the facility
  • Visitors must be 18 years of age and otherwise accompanied by an adult
  • Visitors must not have outstanding warrants for their arrest or be prohibited from contact with an inmate due to a restraining order or protection order
  • Visitors must provide a valid picture ID
  • Visitors must sign in upon arrival
  • Visitors who are witnesses or victims in a pending criminal matter involving the inmate they wish to visit will be denied visitation
  • Visitors will not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs

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