Denton County Jail
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The city of Denton is rapidly growing, with new projects expected every year. Denton is home to two major universities and a colorful music and arts scene. That includes both lake Lewisville and Ray Roberts, Denton Square, Fry Street, and much more.
The Denton Police Department strives to maintain the safety and security of all Denton residents, so they can enjoy all Denton has to offer. If someone was arrested for a crime in Denton, they would be booked at the Denton County Jail.
Denton County Jail Information
The Denton County jail is located at: 127 N. Woodrow Lane, #300, Denton TX. You can call them at (972) 434-5502.
The Denton Police Department is located at: 601 E Hickory Street, Denton TX. You can call them at (940) 349-8181.
To find an inmate arrested in Denton, use the Denton County online inmate search here.
Doc’s Bail Bonds Serves Denton County
If someone was arrested for a crime in Denton, we can bail them out of jail fast. Our bail bond rates are only 10% of the total posted bail amount, and we offer flexible payment options for any budget. Regardless of how high the bail amount is, we can secure their release and bail them out of jail.
Doc’s Bail Bonds has many years of experience releasing inmates from Denton County Jail. We are the fastest option for inmates arrested in Denton County, and offer affordable bail bond rates. Our office is located just one mile northwest of the Denton County Jail. Doc’s Bail Bonds is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with flexible financing options available. We can arrange to meet at our office, the Denton County Courthouse or the Denton County Detention Facility Jail.
Our bail bond office is located at: 909 E. McKinney Street, Denton TX.
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Jail Visitation Hours
Tuesday through Sunday: 8:00 AM to 9:30 PM
Visitors must arrive no sooner than 15 minutes prior to the appointment. No more than two adults can visit an inmate at one time under normal circumstances. Visits may be interrupted at any time in the case of an emergency. Attorneys and/or officials may visit at any time. Inmates may refuse to see any visitor. A visitor may visit an unlimited number of times on the visitation day and designated times, but only once per inmate.
The only time, under usual circumstances, that contact visits are allowed, are with attorneys. This is limited to the booths that allow for the passing of documents. No physical contact is allowed.
Jail Visitation Rules
All visitors, 17 and older must present a valid photo ID to the visitation officer. This may be a driver’s license, state-issued identification card, passport, or military ID. Any other form of identification must be approved by the jail shift supervisor. Photos are required on all forms of identification.
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Hours: Closed on Mondays
Tuesday through Sunday 8:00 AM to 9:30 PM
Visitors must arrive no sooner than 15 minutes prior to your appointment. No more than two adults can visit an inmate at one time under normal circumstances. Visits could be interrupted at any time in case of an emergency.
Attorneys and other official visitors may visit at any time. Inmates may refuse to see any visitor. A visitor may visit an unlimited number of times on the visitation day and times
Jail Visitation Rules
All visitors, 17 years of age and older, must present a valid photo identification to the Visitation Officer. Examples are driver’s license, state-issued identification card, passport, or military identification. Any other identification must be approved by the Jail Shift Supervisor. A photo identification is required.
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