Kwik and EZ Bail Bonds bondsman posts bail bonds Manassas and for Prince William County
including the towns and cities of
- Manassas, and
- Manassas Park
Call 571-358-8517 for fast and professional bail bonds Manassas or bail bonds Prince William County
We service the Manassas Jail from our Manassas address:
Manassas, VA 20110
The Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center
is variously called the Prince William Adult Detention Center, the Manassas Jail, the Prince William County Jail opened doors for operations in April, 1982, with the opening of the Main Facility. This new regional jail facility replaced a County jail. The Modular Building was added in April, 1990. The Iron Building, which houses the Work Release and Electronic Incarceration Program, has been in operation since June, 1989. The Central Facility became operational on December, 2008. The capacity of the jail is 667.
Together these four buildings make up the facilities of the Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center, which is currently managed by Superintendent Colonel Pete Meletis.
The Prince William – Manassas Regional Adult Detention Center is located approximately 35 miles southwest of Washington, DC.
The Regional Adult Detention Center serves:
Prince William County, including the towns of Occoquan, Quantico, Triangle, Dumfries, and Haymarket. The jail also serves the independent cities of Manassas, and Manassas Park.
Prince William County also participates independently in the Peumansend Creek Regional Jail in Bowling Green, Virginia. The operational capacity of that facility is 336. Prince William County has 75 spaces allocated for its inmates who may be housed at Peumansend Creek. See also: http://www.pwcgov.org/government/dept/adc/pages/default.aspx
To learn more about a specific person being held at the Manassas Jail, you can simply call us at 571-358-8517
Inmate Records is responsible for maintaining inmate information including charges, Court status, Court dates, and bail bond information, as well as calculating the release dates for inmates sentenced by Courts in Prince William County.
If the inmate is sentenced to a term of confinement from one day to 12 months the Detention Center will calculate the release date. Any inmate sentenced to a one year term or longer will likely be transferred to the state Department of Corrections. The state will determine the release date for these inmates. The Department of Corrections is also responsible for parole eligibility dates for all inmates who are sentenced and convicted.
We are happy to get the following information for you on inmates incarcerated at the Manassas Jail or Prince William County Adult Detention Center:
- The current Court status of the person confined
- The current criminal charges
- The bond – if one exists
- The next scheduled Court date
- The release date – if the inmate has been sentenced
The Adult Detention Center can only verify information on inmates currently incarcerated. We are unable to release or confirm any information on persons who are no longer incarcerated or those being transported to or from the Adult Detention Center. Please note that information on juvenile inmates will not be released.