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12501 Hawthorne Blvd
Hawthorne, CA 90250
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The Hawthorne Jail Booking Process
When a person is arrested at the Hawthorne PD Jail, there is a "Booking Process". That must be completed before a Bail Bondsman can post a Bail Bond on behave of the inmate. Once in custody of the Hawthorne Jail, the Jailer will take inventory of the arrestee's belongings searching for weapons, drugs, paraphernalia or any other threats. Then the Jailer runs a background check through the "Live Scan" system on the individual to check for warrants and probation / parole holds. This process can take several hours depending on the workload of the Jailers. At this point some Jails will allow the inmate to make a phone call prior to being assigned to a Jail Cell; other Jails have phones within the cells. Some inmates will try to contact a loved one or a Bail Bonds Company directly (we take collect calls). Whichever way it may be, the faster Hawthorne Bail Bonds .Net is contacted the faster we can start the Bail Bond Process.
Hawthorne Jail Visitation Hours
The Hawthorne Jail allows inmates to receive a 15 minute visit limited to 1 adult and 2 children. The visiting schedule at the Hawthorne Jail is (7 pm – 8pm) every day. Children are required to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The Hawthorne Jail requires all visitors to show a valid government issued photo identification. It is recommended to show up as early as possible, accommodations are on a first come, first serve basis; and can be delayed if the Jail deputy’s workload is elevated. All visitors at the Hawthorne Jail are subject to search and will be arrested if any warrants, illegal Drugs or weapons are found by the Jail Deputy.
Hawthorne Jail Release Process
There is also a process that must occur prior to a person is being released from the Hawthorne Jail. Like the booking process, this process can vary depending on the workload each jail or sheriff / police station has. Smaller sheriff / police stations can take only a few minutes, while larger jails (like county) can take several hours before releasing an individual. The Hawthorne Jail usually takes anywhere from 30 minutes - 1 hour to release an inmate after posting the Bail Bond. Once an individual is released he/she can claim personal property, and go home.
According to the City of Hawthorne Website:
The Hawthorne Police Department has been serving the City of Hawthorne since 1922, over 78 years of service. The Hawthorne Police Department consists of 96 sworn officers, 46 civilians, 6 part-time Reserve Officers and 16 explorers.
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"The Hawthorne Police Department has been serving the City of Hawthorne since 1922, over 84 years of service. We have a long history of being a leader in law enforcement innovation.
Hawthorne is a city in southwestern Los Angeles County, California. The city in 2000 had a population of 84,112. Hawthorne was founded by Benjamin I. Harding and Harry Dana Lombard, who in 1905 purchased acreage from the land company, thus creating the Hawthorne Improvement Company whose purpose was to build an 80-acre town site on the waving barley fields. By 1921 the population had reached 2,000, and Hawthorne was incorporated in July 1922. The area was largely settled by emigrants from the Oklahoma and Texas dustbowl.
The first census was taken in 1930 and showed 6,595 residents. In 1939 Northrop Aircraft Inc. moved to Hawthorne with 50 people on the payroll. Dozens of firms moved to Hawthorne to acquire Northrop subcontracts. From that time on industrial and commercial development in Hawthorne proceeded at a steady pace. Northrop and Hawthorne enjoyed a long period of prosperity and cooperation. With the growth of the aviation industry and the subsequent aerospace industry, Hawthorne became known as the Cradle of Aviation and enjoyed a boom for many years in both jobs and real estate.
The City of Hawthorne has grown from a small, largely rural community to a well-rounded mixture of business, industries and homes. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city of Hawthorne has an area of 15.7 km² (6.1 mi²), all land. To the north of Hawthorne is the unincorporated community of Lennox and the city of Inglewood. To the east is the unincorporated community of Athens and the city of Gardena. To the south is the unincorporated community of El Camino Village, and the cities of Lawndale and Redondo Beach. Manhattan Beach is at the southwest corner of Hawthorne, and the city of El Segundo is to the west of Hawthorne. The unincorporated community of Del Aire is surrounded on three sides by the city of Hawthorne along western edge of Hawthorne.
The Century Freeway (Glenn Anderson Freeway, I-105) runs along the northern boundary of Hawthorne, with the LACMTA Green Line light rail line running down the center of the Century Freeway. The San Diego Freeway (I-405) runs along the western boundary of Hawthorne. Major east-west streets in Hawthorne include Rosecrans Ave, El Segundo Ave, and Imperial Highway. Major north-south street include Aviation Blvd, Inglewood Ave, Hawthorne Blvd, Prairie Ave, Crenshaw Blvd, and Van Ness Ave. Hawthorne is five miles from the Los Angeles International Airport. Hawthorne comprises ZIP codes, 90250 and 90251. It is in 310 area code, except for a small portion of northeastern Hawthorne, which is located in 323 area code.
As of the of 2000, there were 84,112 people, 28,536 households, and 19,775 families residing in the city. The population density was 5,359.0/km² (13,879.4/mi²). There were 29,629 housing units at an average density of 1,887.8/km² (4,889.1/mi²). The racial makeup of the city was 29.27% White, 39.02% Black or African American, 0.75% Native American, 6.73% Asian, 0.86% Pacific Islander, 24.16% from other races, and 5.22% from two or more races. 44.3% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.