Irving City Jail

The Irving City Jail is a 24/7 operation for the temporary confinement of pre-trial individuals involved in the judicial process, as well as those individuals serving time assessed on misdemeanor Irving Municipal Court cases. The jail has a maximum capacity of 172 adult prisoners as well as a holding area for juveniles that are being detained. For more information, please follow the links below.
FAQs
How can I find out if someone is in the Irving City Jail?
Online: Access the IN-CUSTODY LIST resource, updated daily, Monday through Friday
 
In person: Contact jail staff in the jail lobby at: 
    305 N. O’Connor Road 
    Irving, TX 75061 
    Phone: (972) 721-2625 or (972) 721-3608

When is the jail open?
The jail is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Where is the County Jail?
The Dallas County Jail is located at: 
    111Commerce St. 
    Dallas, TX 75207 

To access the Dallas County Jail access their Jail Lookup System resource 
   
What does it mean when a person is "booked" into jail?
This is an administrative process documenting a prisoner's entrance into the jail. The process includes collecting information such as the person's name, address, reason for the arrest (criminal charge(s)), and inventorying personal property. A photograph and fingerprints are taken as well.

What occurs during an arraignment? 
An arraignment is a formal meeting between a judge and a prisoner. The judge informs the prisoner of his or her charge(s), reads the prisoner his or her rights, and advises the prisoner of the bond amount. 

When are prisoners arraigned?
Arraignments are generally held twice daily during the week at approximately 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and once daily on weekends at approximately 10 a.m.

What is "jail credit"?
The City of Irving assigns a monetary value for time spent in jail for a City of Irving Class C misdemeanor ticket or warrant. A municipal judge determines jail credit as regulated by state law.

Is jail credit applied to all arrests?
No, jail credit only applies to some City of Irving Class C misdemeanors.

When may I visit a prisoner?
Sunday - 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday / Thursday - 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

What are the visitation requirements?
  • Visitation is limited to 10 minutes with a maximum of 2 people allowed per visitation period.
  • Only one visitor at a time.
  • Visitors must be appropriately dressed, be at least 17 years of age, present a state issued drivers license or ID card, or other government issued ID with a photo, last name, first name, and date of birth
  • Visitors will be checked for outstanding warrants.
  • All visitors are subject to search prior to entering the visitation room.
How can I pay for a prisoner’s Class C charges while they are incarcerated?
Credit or debit card payments for a prisoner’s Class “C” misdemeanor charges (including warrants) can be made through our third party vendor GovPayNet. Payments can be made for prisoners who are incarcerated in the Irving jail or for those with Class “C” Irving warrants who are being detained at any other agency participating in GovPayNet. Those wishing to use this service may visit their website at www.govpaynow.com. Once on the site, the Irving Pay Location Code (PLC) for warrant payments is 9325. Alternatively, they can be reached by phone at (888) 604-7888 (toll-free). GovPayNet accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover branded cards. They include debit cards, credit cards and prepaid debit cards. There is a 5% Phone Assisted Service Fee when using the call center/live agent and a 3.5% Internet Payment Service Fee.

What items may I bring a prisoner?

Personal items of convenience and money may not be contributed to the prisoner's property. Prisoner prescription medication will be accepted and dispensed in the prescribed manner. Each prisoner is allowed to have one pair of underwear and socks brought each day. Under-wire bras are prohibited.

How may I get a prisoner's property?
Prisoner property can only be released after the prisoner grants written permission authorizing the release. To claim prisoner property it is necessary to:
Complete a property release form
Present a driver's license or a government issued identification card

May a prisoner make free phone calls?
Prisoners are allowed to place one free telephone call once the booking process has been completed. A prisoner also has the opportunity to make collect phone calls from inside a cell block.

What is an Alias warrant?
This is a warrant where no plea has been entered. A prisoner, bail bond company, or an attorney can post a bond for this type of warrant. The bond assures that the prisoner will appear in court.

What is a Capias warrant?
This is a warrant where a plea has been entered and the prisoner did not follow through with the court agreement. The only way to resolve a Capias warrant is to pay the fine in full or be released "time served" by remaining in jail until enough jail credit has been earned.

How can a prisoner resolve a City of Irving Class C misdemeanor warrant?
  • Cash
  • Credit Card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover)
  • Released "time served" after acquiring enough jail credit
  • A combination of jail credit and cash or credit card payment
How can a prisoner resolve a Class C misdemeanor warrant issued from another city?
Payment can be accepted by either the issuing agency or the City of Irving. Most county agencies do not allow cities to accept bonds and fines for their charges and payment must be made at the issuing agency.

How can a prisoner get out of jail when arrested for a felony or misdemeanor (other than a Class C misdemeanor)?
Contact an attorney and a bail bond company
Pay the bond at the Dallas County Sheriff's Department bond desk located at: 
    111 Commerce St. 
    Dallas, TX 75207 

Will city employees recommend a bail bond company or an attorney?
No, but most bail bond companies and attorneys can be located in the phone book, on the Internet, or by using directory assistance. 
 
Where are impounded vehicles stored?

Impounded vehicles are stored at:
Irving Auto Pound 
     401 N. Valley View Lane 
     Irving, TX 75061  
     P: (972) 721-7700 

Wrecker Service - Pro Tow Wrecker inquiries concerning fees, method of payment, and directions to the storage facility, should be directed to the towing company. Be prepared to provide information such as the vehicle's year, make, model, and license plate number.

Where can prisoners released from the Irving City Jail be picked up?
Prisoners are released in the jail lobby at: 
     305 N. O’ Connor Road 
     Irving, TX 75061 
 
How do I get information on a prisoner that has been transferred to ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement)?
You may contact ICE at (214) 905-5829 for this information. Personnel at the Irving Jail will not have any information regarding any prisoner transferred into ICE’s custody. 
 
Does the Irving Police Department take fingerprints for the public?
Fingerprinting services are available free of charge for those who either live or work in Irving on Mondays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Criminal Justice Center located at: 
     305 N. O’ Connor Road 
     Irving, TX 75061 

Persons wishing to be fingerprinted must bring their own fingerprint cards along with a valid government issued ID. (The business / agency requiring your fingerprints should provide you with the fingerprint cards.)
Maximum of 2 sets of prints per person, per day

Note: The Irving Police Department cannot take fingerprints for any immigration services. You must contact them for their approved fingerprinting locations.