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Getting bail bonds in Dallas Fort Worth can be a little different than the rest of Texas and their procedures and facilities differ as well. Please refer to our Texas bail bonds page for other Texas locations or further information if you don’t find what you are looking for here.

Dallas County Jail
Lew Sterrett Justice Center
111 West Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75208
This includes the sub-facilities known primarily as North Tower, West Tower, and Suzanne L. Kay’s Tower.

For some just arrested in or near Dallas, this is the most likely place they are being held. To get information about the bail amount or to find out if it has been set you can
call the bond desk at 214-761-9026. Your bail bond agent will also have this information. After the bail bondsman has posted bail, the Dallas county Jail will usually release the defendant within the next 12 hours.

If you do not need the services of a bail bondsman, you can post a cash bond yourself in person at the bond window in the main lobby of Lew Sterrett or through Western Union. If you decide to post bond through Western Union, be sure to have the following information to complete the money transfer:

Pay to: Dallas County Sheriff Dept
Code City: DallasBonds
State: TX
Sender’s account # include booking # or Warrant # + Last Name
Attention Field: Include First, Middle & Last Name + DOB

North Tower Detention Facility
Constructed in 1993, this ultramodern facility holds 2,364 maximum security inmates with 188 single cells. It takes a staff of 350 employees to operate this facility.

West Tower Detention Facility
Located within the Lew Sterrett Justice Center. The West Tower has 132 tanks and 25 single cells. It can house up to 1478 male inmates. The West Tower houses a variety of classifications besides medium and maximum custody inmates. These classifications include: Class “C” Trusty, Infirmary, lower bunk medical restriction, closed behavioral observation, suicidal, HIV, homosexual and sex crimes against children. The inmates are housed accordingly.

Suzanne Lee Kays Detention Facility also known as South Tower
This facility is the Dallas Sheriffs Department’s first direct supervision facility, meaning the floor officers work inside the actual housing unit with the inmates. The construction of this facility was completed in spring of 2008.

The George Allen Jail
Located down town across from the “Old Red Courthouse” 600 Commerce Street Dallas, Texas 75202 Detention Facility also known as the “Government Center” accepted its first inmate in 1966. With a population of 800 inmates this was the county’s main jail which sits at the top of the George Allen Courthouse until the Lew Sterrett Justice center was completed in 1983.

Decker Detention Center
The Bill Decker Detention Facility is located at 899 North Stemmons Fwy Dallas, Texas 75202. Work-Release inmates are usually housed within this facility.
Other Facilities
Decker Detention Facility
Dallas City Jail

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Nothing stated herein should be construed or interpreted to grant rights or remedies not otherwise granted under federal or state law. This information is provided as a public service and is not intended as a substitute for legal advice or representation by a lawyer or bail bondsman. We recommend you email a bail bondsman for more information about your bail bonds Dallas situation.

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