Tarrant County Jail is located in Fort Worth, Texas, and is made up of five different buildings. The buildings are spread out throughout Fort Worth, so it’s important to know precisely which building you are headed to if you are planning to visit an inmate or for any other arrangements.
If you are looking for an inmate inside of Tarrant County Jail, you can search for them by name using the Tarrant County Jail inmate search.
The addresses for the various Tarrant County Jail facilities are as follow:
Hours of Operation: Monday-Sunday: open 24 hours
Visitors are able to sign in as early as 30 minutes prior to the start of visiting hours. Visitor sign-up is cut off at 8:30 p.m, but visitors are asked to be there no later than 8:00 p.m to account for potential line-ups or delays. Visitors will not be processed after 8:30 p.m.
An inmate is allowed only two visits per day. Only two adults are allowed in at a time, but these adults may bring as many children under the age of 16 as they would like. A current, valid ID must be presented in order to gain access to the inmate. A driver’s license or a state identification card is an accepted form of ID. For visitors under the age of 16, a valid school ID is acceptable.
It’s important to note that anyone released from a Tarrant County Jail within the previous six months may NOT visit an inmate at all.
PCS Bail Bonds has been assisting inmates with bail in Tarrant County for over 25 years. We know the court systems and can ensure that your loved one gets bail quickly. We are available 24/7 for any bail bond inquiries, and we work hard to help anyone who eligible for bail get out of jail as soon as possible.
Trust PCS Bail Bonds with any of your Tarrant County bail bond needs. We’re fast, helpful, and understand how overwhelming the system can be.