Fremont CA Detention Facility

Police Department Jail

Last Updated: April 15, 2020
1990 Stevenson Blvd, Freemont, CA 94538

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The Freemont Police Department is a short-term police lock-up located at 1990 Stevenson Blvd in Freemont, CA. It serves as the holding facility for the Fremont Jail or agencies within the judicial district of Alameda County and is operated to hold inmates awaiting transfer to the Alameda 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 510-790-6703 and inquire about booking details.

The Fremont Detention Facility is a Type-I jail with a rated capacity of 96 prisoners and a total of 54 beds. The facility is responsible for the temporary care and safe custody of persons arrested or detained by the Fremont Police Department prior to arraignment in court or transfer to the Alameda County jail (Santa Rita). Aside from booking, housing, and releasing of pretrial prisoners, the Detention Facility also provides other services, such as court-ordered and registrant bookings.

Currently, the Detention Facility books and houses adult prisoners for:

  • BART Police Department
  • California Highway Patrol
  • Department of Corrections (State Parole)
  • Newark Police Department
  • Union City Police Department
  • East Bay Regional Park District Police Department

For a court disposition on a prisoner who was sent to the Fremont Court, please call the Marshall's office at 795-2590. Most prisoners who are sent to court are not returned to jail. The prisoners are either released from court or remanded into custody at Santa Rita (Alameda County Jail). Santa Rita's telephone number is (925) 551-6500.

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Visitation Information

Fremont Detention Facility - Visitation

Visiting Hours

  • Monday through Friday from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Clothing Exchange - During regular visiting schedules, simply come to the jail lobby with a valid form of identification and tell the jailers on duty that you came to pick up property from a prisoner.

  • Will be accepted during visiting hours only
  • The day prior to a court appearance
  • In the case of an emergency, the jail will release the prisoner's property outside the regular visiting schedules.
    You will be required to sign the property form acknowledging receipt of the prisoner’s property.

Each prisoner will be limited to two 30 minute visits per day, excluding visits with their attorneys, bail bondsmen or physicians. Visitors must be 18 years or older and have a valid form of identification. Minors are permitted to visit their parents when accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.

Directions to the Detention/Jail Facility is located to the rear of the Police Department, 1990 Stevenson Blvd.

  • From I-880 North, take the Stevenson Blvd. exit. Go East on Stevenson Blvd. to the Police Department at 2000 Stevenson Blvd.
  • From I-880 South, take the Stevenson Blvd. exit. Go East on Stevenson Blvd. to the Police Department at 2000 Stevenson Blvd.
  • From I-680 North, take the Mission Blvd exit. Go left on Stevenson Blvd. to the Police Department at 2000 Stevenson Blvd.
  • From I-680 South, take the Mission Blvd exit. Go left on Stevenson Blvd. to the Police Department at 2000 Stevenson Blvd.

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