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Where is the jail in the city of Houston?

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The Houston Police Department Central Jail can be found at 61 Riesner St., the Houston Police Department Southeast Jail is located at 8300 Mywaka Road, and the Harris County Jail can be found at 1200 Baker St., according to the official website of Houston, Texas.

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These three jails serve the City of Houston and Harris County, for which Houston is the county seat. The Harris County jail is the largest in Texas and one of the largest in the country, with more than 9,000 inmates held as of August 2014, according to Wikipedia.

To find an inmate, one can search Houston's Public Information Website, Jail Division.

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