Grand Prairie Criminal Defense Attorneys

When a person is arrested by the Grand Prairie Police Department, they are taken to the Grand Prairie City Jail, also called the Grand Prairie Police Department Detention Facility.  If this happens, they need the best team of local criminal defense attorneys in the Grand Prairie area to defend their liberty. Our criminal attorneys have local offices in Fort Worth, Keller, and Grapevine.  Shortly after you contact our criminal defense team at (817) 993-9249, one of our attorneys can begin working to get your loved one released from the Grand Prairie City Jail.

Where is the Grand Prairie City Jail located?

The Grand Prairie Police Department Detention Facility located is located in the Grand Prairie Public Safety building on Arkansas Lane. The address is:

Grand Prairie Police Department Detention Facility
1525 Arkansas Lane
Grand Prairie, Texas 75051

How can I check to see if someone is in custody in the Grand Prairie City Jail?

The Grand Prairie City Jail does not maintain a list of inmates online. To determine whether someone is currently in custody, you must call the jail at (972) 237-8947 or (972) 237-8952

If someone was arrested by the Grand Prairie Police Department, but is not currently in custody at the Grand Prairie City Jail, there is a chance that he or she was taken to a different Tarrant County or Dallas County jail facility. You can check the main Tarrant County Jail inmate list online at Tarrant County Inmate Search. You can check the main Dallas County Jail inmate list online at Dallas County Inmate Search.

What are the Visiting Hours and Visitation Rules at the Grand Prairie City Jail?

While the Grand Prairie Detention Facility is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the visiting hours at the Jail are limited:

  • Visitation hours are Sunday from 2pm – 4pm;
  • Visitors must be at least 18 years old and bring a valid driver’s license or identification;
  • Visitation is limited to 10-15 minutes and a maximum of 2 visitors;
  • Visitors must be dressed appropriately and not have any active warrants.

Can an Inmate Make a Telephone Call?

According to the Grand Prairie City Jail website, inmates are given the opportunity to make one free phone call during the booking process and then unlimited phone calls once the booking process is complete.

If your vehicle was impounded by the Grand Prairie Police Department

All vehicles that are towed by the Grand Prairie Police Department are taken to the City of Grand Prairie Auto Pound.  The address for the Auto Pound is:

Grand Prairie Auto Pound
3010 Hard Rock Road
Grand Prairie, Texas 75050

You may call the Grand Prairie Auto Pound at (972) 237-4100 to obtain more information on fees and availability.

Contact a Grand Prairie Criminal Defense Attorney

If you are in need of a defense attorney for a pending Grand Prairie criminal charge, you need to contact the best local Tarrant County criminal defense team at Barnett Howard & Williams PLLC. Contact us today at (817) 993-9249. We have offices in Fort Worth, Keller, and Grapevine. Contact us for a FREE consultation or your case.


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