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Dallas County- Dr. Jerome McNeil Jr. Detention Center

County Juvenile

Last Updated: May 24, 2019
2600 Lone Star Dr, Dallas, TX 75212

McNeil Juvenile Detention is for County Juvenile offenders sentenced up to twelve months.

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Dallas County- Dr. Jerome McNeil Jr. Detention Center basic information to help guide you through what you can do for your inmate while they are incarcerated. The facility's direct contact number: 214-698-4212

The Dallas County- Dr. Jerome McNeil Jr. Detention Center is a medium to low-security detention center located at 2600 Lone Star Dr Dallas, TX that is operated locally by the Juvenile Justice Department and holds youths awaiting the determination of punishment for the crimes which they are accused. Most of the adolescents are here for less than two years.

The Dr. Jerome McNeil Jr. Detention Center houses youth who have been arrested by police agencies and charged with an offense or who have violated conditions of probation. During a youth’s stay in detention, staff gathers information regarding the child’s family, school, medical and psychological histories. This information helps make informed court decisions about the youth’s future. Often removed from chaotic environments, youth need immediate medical and therapeutic attention while in detention. They receive necessary medical and dental care, psychological testing and consultation, crisis stabilization and counseling, and educational assessment and instruction. Community partners provide enrichment programs such as special speakers and art classes. The detention center provides a safe, secure, and stable rehabilitative environment.

Someone is available 24 hours a day to speak with parents or legal guardians regarding their child. Parent or guardian identity must be verified.
Intake Officers: 214-698-4211
Central Control/Main Numbers: 214-698-4212 / 214-698-4209

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Juvenile facilities overseen by Dallas County do not publish the names of the offenders housed in their facility. As such, there is no public forum for this information.

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Visitation Information

Callas County - Dr. Jerome McNeil Jr. Detention Center - Visitation

Residents may receive weekly visits from their mother, father, grandfather, grandmother, legal guardian and clergy ONLY. Each resident will receive one (1) thirty (30) minute visit. All individuals listed above must be approved in our database. There is a 2 person limit.

All visitors MUST possess a valid driver’s license or government-issued photo identification card for verification at the time of the visit. Visits are limited to 30 minutes.

Dr. Jerome McNeil Jr. Detention Center Visitation Rules

  1. Males: No baseball caps or headgear (headbands, bandanas, scarves, etc.) will be allowed. No sagging pants or shorts, or clothing displaying drugs, sex, gang culture, obscene language or disrespect of other people will be permitted.
  2. Females: No hats, headgear (scarves, bandanas, etc.), see-through or inappropriate clothing will be allowed. Tank tops and/ or sleeveless tops should be covered at all times. Clothing that exposes midriff, stomach, or the upper leg area (revealing shorts or skirts) will not be permitted.
  3. No cell phones and all other electronic devices.
  4. No contraband (food, snacks, drinks, chewing gum, money, books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, pictures, gaming materials, clothing, toiletries, medication, DRUGS, alcohol, weapons, pens, pencils, stamps, paper, etc.). If contraband is attempted to or brought into the facility, it may result in modification of visitation privileges.
  5. Visitors are not allowed to engage in any negative behavior with the residents. Scolding, threatening, yelling, or physical punishment is not tolerated.
  6. All visitors must remain in the visitation area at all times. Visitors may not leave and re-enter the facility during the same day. If a visitor leaves before the visit is over, the visit will be terminated.
  7. There will be no exceptions made for the above rules. Any violations of these rules will result in termination of the visit.
  8. 30 minutes are allotted per visit.
  9. Due to safety and security of the facility, there may be a time when you are asked to terminate the visit immediately. Staff may not be able to discuss the reason due to confidentiality rules.
DR. JEROME MCNEIL JR. DETENTION CENTER VISITATION SCHEDULE Last Name Sign-up Period All Visits Must End By Wednesday A-M 4:45-7:45PM 8:30PM Friday N-Z 4:45-7:45PM 8:30PM Saturday A-M 1:15-3:45PM
4:45-7:45PM 3:45PM
8:30PM Sunday N-Z 1:15-3:45PM
4:45-7:45PM 3:45PM
8:30PM Holidays A-Z 1:15-3:45PM
4:45-7:45PM 3:45PM
8:00PM Saturday Only
Baby Visits
A-Z 7:45-8:30AM 9:00AM

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