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California State Prison, Los Angeles County

California State Prison, Los Angeles County

44750 60th Street West, Lancaster, California 93536

Phone :
(661) 729-2000
Website :
Inmate Locator :
Security Level :
minimum,medium,maximum


California State Prison, Los Angeles County Visiting Information:

Visiting Days and Hours


Every prison has visiting on Saturdays, Sundays, and four holidays during each


calendar year (New Year’s Day, July 4th (Independence Day), Thanksgiving Day, and


Christmas Day). Visits vary by institution but usually begin between 7:30 a.m. and Visiting Days and Hours


Every prison has visiting on Saturdays, Sundays, and four holidays during each


calendar year (New Year’s Day, July 4th (Independence Day), Thanksgiving Day, and


Christmas Day). Visits vary by institution but usually begin between 7:30 a.m. an

California State Prison, Los Angeles County Additional information:

Telephone Calls

Family and friends (called party) cannot call prisoners; prison

nmate Mailing Address (by Facility):


Facility A & ASU


Inmate's Name & CDC#


CSP - Los Angeles County Inmate's Housing


P.O. Box 4430


Lancaster, CA 93539-4430


Facility B


Inmate's Name & CDC#


CSP - Los Angeles County Inmate's Housing


P.O. Box 4490


Lancaster, CA 93539-4490


Facility C


Inmate's Name & CDC#


CSP - Los Angeles County Inmate's Housing


P.O. Box 4610


Lancaster, CA 93539-4610


Facility D


Inmate's Name & CDC#


CSP - Los Angeles County Inmate's Housing


P.O. Box 4670


Lancaster, CA 93539-4670


Minimum Support Facility


Inmate's Name & CDC#


CSP - Los Angeles County Inmate's Housing


P.O. Box 4730


Lancaster, CA 93539-4730


ers must call to speak to

someone outside the prison. The prisoners use designated phone

s that make collect calls to

a land line (residence) or cell phones. The called party is responsible for paying for the calls.

Calling cards cannot be used. International calls can be made if the called party sets up a pre-

paid account with the telephone vendor. Instructions for these types of calls can be found on

the CDCR website at:

http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Visitors/Receiving_Calls_From_Inmates_and_Wards.html

The state contracts with one telephone vendor who provides local, long distance, inter-state,

and international telephone services to prisoners. The contract term is usually for several

years and the contract rates are fixed and do not change for the contract term. The current

contract is with Global Tel*link (GTL). GTL issues notices when contract changes occur. The

GTL Notices that include current rates, and current/past notices to inmates, family/friends

can be found on the CDCR website.

The collect call rates are different for local, long distance, interstate, and international calls. If

a called party would like to know their collect call rate, they

would need the prisoner to call

them first so that a completed call or call attempt would be in

the GTL system. Then, the

called party can call GTL at 1-888-415-0377, provide their telephone number, and ask for the

cost of the call. A GTL user guide that includes billing options, refunds, and other information,

Vwill be issued soon. This guide will be shared with the Statewide Inmate Family Council,

local prison family advisory groups, prisoner advisory councils, and will be posted on the

CDCR website.

Prisoners can sign-up to use the designated phones in 15-minute time slots. The number of

calls made by one prisoner can be limited based upon open time slots on the sign-up sheet.

The designated phones’ “on” and “off” times vary at each prison; however, these phones are

turned off during late night and early morning hours. If a prisoner attempts to make a call

when the phones are turned off, the call will not go through.

GTL uses an automated operator system to process the calls. When a prisoner makes a call,

the called party will hear a message stating the call is coming from a state prison and the call

will be monitored and recorded. The called party can listen to the entire message or they can

press the five button on their telephone to accept the charge of the call. During the call, there

will be a message played periodically reminding the called party that the call is from a state

prison. The calls have a 15-minute time limit and the system automatically ends the call at the

end of the 15 minutes. The called party and prisoner will hear a warning message advising

when they have two minutes and one minute left in the call.

All billing and blocking issues should be directed to GTL’s Customer Service number

at 1-888-415-0377.

Duration:

No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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11 Responses to California State Prison, Los Angeles County

  1. PrisonPath October 10, 2013 at 4:09 pm #

    Additional Information about Visitation:

    Prisoners who are still in reception (recently admitted to CDCR or transferred
    between prisons) or who are segregated (i.e., Administrative Segregation, Security
    Housing Units, Adjustment Centers, pending specific rules violation report charges,
    or assigned to Behavior Management Units) are restricted to non-contact visits.
    Non-contact visits occur with a glass partition between the prisoner and his/her
    visitors. The prisoner is escorted in handcuffs by staff to the visit. The handcuffs
    are removed only after the prisoner is secured in his/her side of the visiting booth;
    thus, parents who do not wish to have children see the prisoner in restraints should
    wait away from the booth or glass partition until the prisoner is settled. Non-contact
    visits are restricted to three visitors and are limited in time (usually one to two hours,
    depending on the prison and the reason for the non-contact status of visit

  2. Francis November 22, 2013 at 11:55 am #

    Hi, I want to visit my nephew during the holidays, how do I sign up for it? do I need to schedule a visit.

    Thanks!

    Francis

    • PrisonPath November 22, 2013 at 2:39 pm #

      Hi Francis,

      We recommend reviewing the visitation guidelines.. Visitation schedules can change during holidays and we recommend calling the facility to confirm holiday visitation schedule at the California State Prison in Los Angeles.

  3. Paul November 29, 2013 at 12:18 pm #

    Good morning,

    how can I call an inmate who is in this facility?

    • PrisonPath November 29, 2013 at 2:41 pm #

      Hi Paul,

      For information about calling an inmate at the California State Prison, Los Angeles County, review our additional information section on this prison page. For additional information about California prison life, read about prison.

  4. Derek December 23, 2013 at 2:43 pm #

    Good morning,

    how do I contact the prison chaplain?

  5. Heidi December 26, 2013 at 12:43 pm #

    will this facility be open for visits on new years day? january 1st?

    • PrisonPath December 26, 2013 at 2:03 pm #

      Hi Heidi,

      We always recommend calling the facility directly to confirm holiday schedules.

  6. Joe January 10, 2014 at 12:21 pm #

    Does this lawyer cover immigration issues as well?

    • PrisonPath January 10, 2014 at 2:07 pm #

      Hi Joe,

      We recommend contacting attorney Kenney by clicking the attorney ad on this page to personally discuss your legal issues.

  7. Geralyn La Fleur January 31, 2019 at 11:11 pm #

    I was told you have a telephone line for people over 60 yrs old to call and schedule an appointment to visit. Is this true and please provide the number?

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