These services are now provided at the Euless Police Department Jail facility, located at 1102 W. Euless Boulevard in Euless.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can someone find out if someone is in the Bedford-Euless Joint Detention Facility (Jail)?
Call 817-685-1577 or 817-685-1576 to speak to a Detention Officer. Or, in-person, in the jail lobby (1102 W. Euless Boulevard in Euless) with the assistance of Detention Facility staff.
What are the Bedford-Euless Joint Detention Facility (Jail) hours?
The Detention Facility is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
When may I visit an inmate?
Visitation generally occurs daily from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. but is subject to cancellation, without notice, by the Detention Facility staff. Visitation requirements include:
- Visitation is limited to 15 minutes with a maximum of two people allowed per visit
- Visitors must be appropriately dressed, be at least 17 years of age, present a driver's license or state-issued identification card and have no outstanding arrest warrants
May an inmate make free phone calls?
Inmates are allowed to place limited free telephone calls once the booking process has been completed. An inmate also has the opportunity to make collect phone calls from inside a cell block.
Where is the Tarrant County Jail?
The Tarrant County Jail is located at 100 N. Lamar Street in Fort Worth. You can reach them by phone at 817-884-3000.
The Bedford Police Department uses B&B Wrecker Service (1201 W. Euless Boulevard in Euless), which is directly across from the Euless Police Department.
For inquiries regarding fees, payment types, or directions, please contact B&B Wrecker at 817-283-2121 (open 24-hours a day). Be prepared to provide information such as vehicle year, make, model, and a license plate number.