Bolingbroke Penitentiary is the state prison located in Los Santos County. It was renovated in November of 2021, and is jokingly referred to as "Bolingbroke Country Club" by DOC.
The perimeter of the prison is patrolled by the Blaine County Sheriff's Office and sometimes the Los Santos Police Department. There are armed San Andreas State Prison Authority officers standing near the entrances, making sure that no one attempts to break in or out and Department of Corrections officers on the inside monitoring the prisoner's behavior.
DoC officers greet prisoners at the entrance gate and operate and defend Bolingbroke Penitentiary. Members of the SASP, Blaine County Sheriff's Office and selected civilians staff the prison and assist prisoners with rehabilitation. Prisoners have the option of completing tasks while spending their time in prison such as: cleaning cells, planting, disposing materials or running a lap of the courtyard.
Its most famous inmate is arguably Bovice Wilkinson, who has often times been the only man to greet crims as they pass by when they get caught.
Prison escapes are currently not possible and have only been completed on special occasions such as teams working together to break a friend out of prison transport. There is currently no known way for convicted criminals to escape prison.
- The prison's shape is that of an octagon.
- A speaker system is heard commonly around the prison, often insulting the prisoners.
- There are numerous tags and prison art on display in the prison cafeteria.
- The penitentiary seems to be inspired by the Victorville Federal Prison in Victorville, California.
- The exterior of Bolingbroke resembles Texas state penitentiary in Rocksprings, Texas.