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home 3622 S Tyler St, Dallas, TX 75224, USA
phone (214) 941-2245
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It took them 4 1/2 hours PLUS to post bail. i came in at 6:30pm on a saturday while 2 people were working. The lady who helped me told me it would take approximately 15 minutes for it to be up, i called in to check around 11pm since it had already been hours and she confirmed, with an attitude, but confirmed that it had only taken 15 minutes after i left. I came in at 6:30pm and the inmate wasnt released until 3am. i will NEVER again use this bail bonds service.
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DALLAS COUNTY Address
Dallas County Jail
133 NORTH INDUSTRIAL BLVD
DALLAS COUNTY Statistics
According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 7882
Inmate Capacity: 1080
Year Constructed: 1962
Full-Time Staff: 1733
Total Staff Salaries: $97,095,928
|Dallas County, TX Offense Statistics|
|Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter||0|
|Rape (revised and legacy definition)||6|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||34|
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Four @Dallas_Sheriff Traffic Sergeants were recognized today by @NCTCOGEP for their contributions to the Hurricane Harvey Response in the North Texas Region. Congrats to Sgt. D. Bell, Sgt. E. Evans, Sgt. A. Natt & Sgt. K. Samet! https://t.co/VZFD85rzES
The ladies in our Resolana pod commemorated One Billion Rising, the biggest mass action to end violence against women, with a dance and monologues. @SheriffMBrown14 was presented with a She Hero doll to thank her for being a strong role model. https://t.co/HZZbnSfhCg
@Dallas_Sheriff Honor Guard along with some of our officers attended the funeral yesterday of @RichardsonTX_PD Officer David Sherrard. Thank you to the Honor Guard and officers who represented our department so that we could properly pay our respects to this fallen hero. https://t.co/NRDpqf6xzQ
Our Home for Hounds program made a special delivery yesterday. @Dallas_Sheriff Deputy C. Guardado was injured on Feb 3rd by a drunk driver and had to delay her adoption of Olivia, one of our dogs. Olivia is now accompanying Deputy Guardado as she recovers from her injuries. https://t.co/t9lhjFtrtU
@Dallas_Sheriff, @TxDPS, @disdpolice, and Dallas Marshal's Office hosted a SkillsUSA competition at the Kenneth Mitchum Gun Range. High school students from DISD, Garland, Grand Prairie, & Irving were judged on mock scenarios of entering a building and a felony traffic stop. https://t.co/lo9nQiZCJw