James A. Musick Facility
Located in Orange County in the city of Irvine, the James A. Musick Facility is an 100-acre minimum security correctional compound. Beds for 1,322 inmates fill the facility, which originally opened in 1963. If a loved one is being held at this facility, you probably need the help of a good Orange County bail bonds company. Low-risk inmates are housed at the facility, including individuals charged and/or convicted with crimes such as assault, burglary, DUI, or failure to comply with a child support order. Inmates with any serious criminal charges are not permitted a transfer to the facility. The facility also houses ICE detainees per a five-year service contract with the federal government. Inmates are housed at this jail who are awaiting trial until they post bond or are sentenced, as well as those who’ve already been sentenced in court.
Many of the inmates held at the facility participate in farm-type rehabilitation programs. These hands-on activities coined the jail’s name, The Farm. The rehabilitation programs offered at the facility help it thrive, while also teaching inmates new skills they can use once they leave the facility.
Male and female inmates are housed at the Musick facility. While incarcerated, inmates have the opportunity to earn their G.E.D. or participate in one of many different enhancement or vocational programs. Inmates may choose from classes such as life skills and parenting, or a vocational option such as Workforce Readiness, Cabinetry, or Welding. Inmates may participate in one or more programs during their incarceration period. Additional facility and inmate information is available by calling the Orange County Sheriff’s Inmate Information line at 714-647-4666. You can reach an operator directly at the facility when you call 949-855-2600.
Inmates at the Musick Facility may receive visitors anytime Friday – Sunday from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Visitors must show proper photo identification upon entering the facility. Only one visit per inmate is allowed per day. Each daily visit lasts a minimum of 30 minutes. A maximum of three people per visit, including children. Children must be supervised at all times during the visit. Visitors who’ve been released from the California Department of Corrections within the past 60 days are ineligible to visit inmates.
The inmate commissary allows inmates to purchase snacks, beverages, and hygiene items. Inmates are allowed up to $500 in their commissary account at a time. The drop box that was located inside the Intake Release Center is no longer available for commissary payments. Money orders for inmate accounts can be sent to the facility. Checks, credit card, and debit card transactions are not accepted for funding of inmate accounts.
Inmates may receive unlimited mail from family, friends, and others outside the jail. The inmate name and number should be written on an envelope and sent to:
James A. Musick Facility
13502 Musick Rd.
Irvine, CA 92618
Your return address must be included on the outside of the envelope.No nude photographs or magazine pictures allowed. No mail may contain images related to gangs, drugs, or weapons. Third-party correspondence is also forbidden. All inmate mail handled at the facility is searched before being delivered to the inmate.
Bailing someone out of the Musick facility takes place at the Theo Lacy Center or at the Intake Release Center. The Music facility is not equipped with employees to handle in bail bonds. If you wish to post a bond for an inmate, you’ll need to visit one of these locations. The IRC is located downtown Santa Ana, while Theo Lacy is located near the Musick facility. Cash, cashier’s checks, personal checks, money orders, are accepted as form of bond payment. Many people choose to use the services of a local bondsman when bailing an inmate out of jail. Using the services of a bondsman reduces the bond to just 10% of the original amount, plus a small bondsman fee. For example, a bondsman would collect $500 for a bond of $5,000, in addition to his fees.
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