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Tarrant County Jail

Tarrant County Jail, TX Prison Inmates

Updated on: December 14, 2022
Ft Worth
Postal Code
Tarrant County
Phone Number
817-884-1187, 817-884-3080
100 North Lamar Street, Ft Worth, TX, 76102-1954

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The Tarrant County Jail is located in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. The jail has a capacity of over 5,000 inmates. The jail houses both pretrial detainees and sentenced inmates.

Inmates are housed in the jail’s various wings, which include a medical wing, a maximum security wing, a protective custody wing, and a women’s wing. Inmates are provided meals, medical and mental health care, and educational and work programs.

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800 East Rendon Crowley Road, Burleson, Texas, 76028

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Sending a Mail/Care Package

All mail must be sent via the United States Postal Service. Inmates cannot receive mail from private delivery services like UPS or FedEx. All incoming mail will be inspected by jail staff. Prohibited items, such as cash, stamps, checks, or items that may be harmful, will be returned to the sender. Inmates in Tarrant County Jail are allowed to receive mail from family and friends. All incoming mail must have the inmate's full name, Tarrant County Jail number, and address. Inmates at the Tarrant County Jail in Texas can receive mail at the following address: Tarrant County Jail Attn: Inmate Name and ID# 100 N. Lamar St. Fort Worth, TX 76102.

Sending Money

The Tarrant County Jail in Texas accepts money for inmates through cash, money orders, and certified checks. Cash and money orders can be deposited into an inmate's commissary account at the jail's lobby kiosk or at the bond desk during normal business hours. Money orders and certified checks can also be mailed to the jail, but they must include the inmate's name and booking number.

Phone calls

Tarrant County Jail inmates may make phone calls to friends and family members. Inmates are allowed to make collect calls, or they may set up a prepaid phone account. To set up an account, family members or friends must call OffenderConnect at 1-800-483-8314. The jail also reserves the right to review each phone call as part of regulatory procedures.

Tarrant County Jail Sherriff Department

The Tarrant County Sheriff's Department is responsible for the operation of the Tarrant County Jail. The department provides general law enforcement services to the citizens of Tarrant County, including patrol, criminal investigation, criminal intelligence, tactical operations, and special operations. The department also provides support services such as court security, warrant service, and civil process service. The Sheriff's Office also maintains a Correctional Center, which is responsible for offenders' secure and safe detention.


Tarrant County Jail visitors must adhere to the following visitation rules:
  • All visitors must be 18 years of age or older.
  • All visitors must present valid photo identification.
  • All visitors must be dressed appropriately.
  • All visitors must remain in the visiting area while in the facility.
  • No food or drinks are allowed in the visiting area.
  • All visitors will be subject to search.
  • All visitors are subject to video and audio recordings.
  • No cell phones, cameras, or other recording devices are allowed in the visiting area.
  • No physical contact is allowed between visitors and inmates.
  • Visits may not exceed two hours in duration.
  • Visiting hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, seven days a week.
  • The inmate and the facility must approve all visitors.

Visiting Hours

Wednesday — 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday — 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM


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