For 24 hour per day jail information call (442) 265-2220
For all inmate visits, you MUST arrive at least one hour prior to the time shown on the visiting hours schedule below.
The Corrections Division staffs the two jails of the Imperial County Sheriff’s Office. The Herbert Hughes Correctional Center (HHCC) was built in the early 1960’s. It is a dormitory style housing jail, and has a total bed space of 324 males.
In 1989, two 62 man dormitories and a multipurpose room were added to this jail. The majority of the inmate workers and federal inmates are housed at HHCC. Both sentenced and non-sentenced county and federal inmates are housed here.
The Regional Adult Detention Facility (RADF) was built in the late 1970’s and began housing inmates in August, 1981. It has a total of 288 beds, and houses both male and female inmates. This jail is constructed of individual cells, and inmates are housed either by themselves or with another inmate.
Both sentenced and non-sentenced county, state, and federal male and female inmates are housed at this jail. The security systems of the RADF have recently been upgraded. Closed circuit video cameras with recording capability have been installed along with intercoms in the individual cells throughout the jail.
The Imperial County VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) System is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or internet to search for information regarding their offender’s custody status and register to receive telephone and email notification when their offender’s custody status changes. This service is brought to by Sheriff Raymond Loera.
Or call the toll free Imperial County VINE number at (800) 721-7950.