The James A. Musick Facility / Jail (The Farm)
The James A. Musick Facility / Jail (The Farm)
The James A. Musick Facility provides custodial and rehabilitative programs for 1,250 adult male and female inmates. Educational programs are available which enable the inmates to receive a G.E.D. while incarcerated. Training in agricultural skills is offered as part of a plan and balanced agricultural program. Special emphasis is placed on the production of vegetables and eggs which are used within the department's Food Services Unit. A laundry facility is also set up to service the other jail facilities as well as Juvenile Hall and the Orangewood Children's Home.
The James A. Musick Facility is a one hundred acre minimum security facility known as "The Farm." The facility is located in an unincorporated area of the county near the cities of Irvine and Lake Forest. Captain Deana Bergquist manages the daily operations of the 1,250 bed facility. The facility was originally opened in 1963 and was named in honor of James A. Musick, who was the Sheriff of Orange County from 1947 to 1975. Originally the facility held a maximum of 200 male minimum-security inmates and was referred to as the "County Industrial Farm" or the "Honor Farm." Since 1986, the inmate housing capacity has increased to 1,250, and includes both men and women. The inmates housed at the facility are considered to be a low security risk and most are in jail for crimes such as driving under the influence, minor drug possession, burglary, failure to pay child support, and or prostitution. Inmates who have committed violent crimes, sex crimes or mayhem are not eligible for transfer to the facility.
(Inmate Name, Booking Number)
James A. Musick Facility
13502 Musick Rd.
Irvine, CA 92618
All persons who enter the James A. Musick Facility are subject to a search of their person, property and vehicles. Visitors will be required to pass through a metal detecting screening device prior to entering the Visiting Center. Anyone found in possession of contraband, firearms, deadly weapons, mace or any instrument likely to produce injury are subject to arrest.
Refusal to submit to this screening process will result in a denial of your visit.
Public visiting is conducted Friday - Sunday, 8:00AM - 5:30PM. The last sign-up is taken at 4:30 PM.
- Upon request, visitors must provide proof of identity in the form of a picture ID. such as a driver's license, state identification or passport.
- Each visit will lastÂ 30 minutes.
- Each inmate is allowed one visit per day.
- Two adults and one child under the age of five may visit.
- A minor may visit without an adult only if they are a direct blood relative of the inmate and only with the approval of the Watch Commander.
- No food, drinks, candy, gum, cell phones, cigarettes, matches, lighters, pepper spray, weapons or anything deemed inappropriate is allowed on the facility.
- All documents requiring an inmate's signature must be submitted to the visiting staff for processing.
- Visitors under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be allowed and are subject to arrest.
- Visitors shall proceed to their assigned seat and remain there until the inmate arrives.
- Clothing that is derogatory, offensive, revealing, or deemed inappropriate by the Watch Commander or his representative will result in a denied visit.
- Children must be under parental supervision at all times.
- A visitor whose conduct is disruptive, offensive or in any way not conducive to the orderly conduct of jails will be told to leave the facility.
- Visitors who are disruptive or interfere with the normal operations of the facility are subject to arrest.
There is no Cashier at the James A. Musick Facility. Please contact Cashier at Theo Lacy (501 city Drive South, Orange, 08:00 AM â€“ 0200 AM) or the Intake Release Center (550 N. Flower St., Santa Ana, 24-hours per day).
- When can I pick up the inmate?
- The inmate will have an opportunity to call family or friends to set up a ride upon their release. If they do not have a ride available, we will provide transportation for them to the Central Jail Complex, located at 550 N. Flower St., Santa Ana
- What do I need to pick up an inmate being released from your facility?
- You must have a valid driver's license, vehicle registration and current proof of insurance.
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