How can I serve my time?

The La Verne Jail computes sentences on a 24-hour basis (e.g., If you have 3 days to serve, check-in would be at 8 pm on Monday and check out would be at 8 pm. Thursday).

There are two ways to serve the sentenced time:

  • Work Furlough - With the court permission, subjects can maintain their work schedule by serving nights in jail. Checkout times are established for both morning releases and evening returns to jail. Times are usually between 6 pm to 8 pm, with checkouts, twelve hours later.
  • Straight Time - Subjects serve their sentences on consecutive days. This may include weekends. A 24 hour period constitutes one day.

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1. What is the Inmate Worker Program?
2. How can I serve my time?
3. What does it cost?
4. Will I be housed with other prisoners?
5. Can I bring prescription medications?
6. What property may I bring with me?
7. What do I need the first day?
8. May I have visitors?
9. Where are we located?
10. Is parking available?
11. What is "Good Time / Work Time"?
12. How can I serve my time at the La Verne Jail?
13. How do I apply?