MANSFIELD CITY JAIL
Mansfield Texas Criminal Defense Attorneys
If someone you know was arrested by the Mansfield Police Department and taken to the Mansfield City Jail, they need the best criminal defense attorneys in Tarrant County on your side. The Mansfield criminal defense team at Barnett Howard & Williams PLLC are top-rated trial lawyers who can begin defending your rights and protecting your liberty from the moment you contact them at (817) 993-9249.
Where is the Mansfield City Jail located?
The Mansfield Law Enforcement Center (Mansfield City Jail) is located at:
Mansfield Law Enforcement Center
1601 Heritage Parkway
Mansfield, Texas 76063
How can I check to see if someone is in custody at the Mansfield City Jail?
If you need to check to see if your loved one is currently being held at the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center, you can check the Mansfield City Jail inmate list at the following link:
You may also call the Mansfield City Jail at 817-473-8676.
How can I check to see if someone is being held at a different jail location in Tarrant County?
If the Mansfield Police Department arrested a person there is a chance that the person was transferred to the Tarrant County Jail at:
Tarrant County Jail
100 N. Lamar Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76196
You can view the Tarrant County Inmate List online at:
You may also call the Tarrant County Jail information desk at (817) 884-3116.
Visiting Hours and Visitation Rules at the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center
While the Mansfield City Jail is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the visiting hours are limited and the visitation rules are strictly enforced:
- Visitation for Males: Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 2pm – 10pm;
- Visitation for Females: Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday from 2pm – 10pm;
- Visitation at the Mansfield City Jail is limited to 30 minutes per visit;
- Visitors must be dressed appropriately (“revealing and provocative clothing” is not allowed);
- Visitors must present a valid driver’s license or state issued identification card;
- Visitors at the Mansfield Texas Jail should have no outstanding arrest warrants or they may be arrested.
The visitation office is open Tuesday through Sunday from 2pm to 10pm. You can call the visitation office at (817) 804-5724.
Driving Directions to the Mansfield City Jail
Traveling From Fort Worth: Take US HWY 287 South until you reach Mansfield. Take the exit towards Heritage Pkwy and then turn right on Commerce Drive. Next take a right onto Heritage Pkwy and the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center will be on the right.
Traveling From Arlington: Take Cooper St. / Hwy 157 South until you reach Mansfield. Once you cross over US Hwy 287, turn left and then merge onto US Hwy 287 southbound. Take the exit towards Heritage Pkwy and then turn right on Commerce Drive. Next take a right onto Heritage Pkwy and the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center will be on the right.
Traveling From Dallas: Take US HWY 67 South until you reach Midlothian. Exit and turn right on Old Fort Worth Rd./US HWY 287 BUS. Turn right and merge onto US HWY 287 northbound towards Fort Worth. Exit Heritage Pkwy and turn right to loop around and go over the bridge. Turn left onto Heritage Pkwy and the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center will be just over the bridge on the right.
How does a prisoner get home once they are released from the Mansfield City Jail?
Inmates are released from the Mansfield Jail all throughout the day and night. The Bond Desk cannot provide the exact times of the release because every case differs. Once a person is released from the Mansfield Law Enforcement Center, they have the option of calling someone to come pick them up, or riding to Fort Worth in a Police Van. If riding back in a Police Van, they will only be dropped off at 350 W. Belknap in downtown Fort Worth.
How to get a record of your incarceration paperwork from the Mansfield Jail?
A person can request a copy of the paperwork detailing their incarceration from the Mansfield Bond Desk, which is located at 1601 Heritage Parkway, Mansfield, Texas 76063.
The phone number to the Mansfield Bond Desk is (817) 804-5731.
Should I pay a bond or accept Tarrant County Pretrial Release?
Pretrial Release is similar to a PR bond (personal recognizance) in Tarrant County. The following qualification must be met for a person to be eligible for Pretrial Release:
- The inmate must be Tarrant or Dallas County resident;
- The inmate must be in jail on a Tarrant County offense (other than a first-degree felony);
- The person must not be on parole for a felony offense or have any prior felony convictions;
- The person must agree to appear in court at every required setting until the case is complete;
- The inmate must provide proof of identification; and
- The inmate must NOT have history of bond forfeitures on any previous criminal cases.
Tarrant County Pretrial Release is committed to maintaining a cost-efficient program for the release of qualifying defendants from jail. This helps in unburdening the overcrowded jails, provides a fair and easy method of release from incarceration.
A person or family members should contact Tarrant County Pretrial Release at (817) 884-1465 to check to see if a defendant is eligible. Pretrial Release is generally preferred over paying a bond to a bail bondsman. However, as long as a bond has been set on the case, a bondsman is probably the fastest way to get someone released from the Mansfield City Jail.
Our Mansfield Criminal Defense law firm works with several reputable bail bondsmen in Tarrant County. Call our office at (817) 993-9249 and we can help you get in touch with a bondsman day or night.
Contact an experienced Mansfield Criminal Defense Lawyer
Do not settle for the lawyer in the snow cone stand across the street from the jail. If you or a loved are in need of a lawyer for a pending Fort Worth or Mansfield criminal charge, you need to contact the best Fort Worth criminal defense team at Barnett Howard & Williams PLLC. Our Texas trial attorneys will fight for you. Contact us today at (817) 993-9249.