What is the inmate Visitation Schedule?
The inmate visitation schedule can be found on our Inmate Visitation web page by clicking this link to Inmate Visitation.
Can the Jail Deputies pass on any messages to family members or friends?
No the Deputies are not allowed to pass on any information. If you are interested in contacting your family or friend, then please visit our Inmate services web page by clicking Inmate Services and review the Mail and Inmate Phone sections.
Is there contact visits?
There is no contact visits at the DCSO Jail. We utilize video visitation for all personal visits.
How much money can be deposited into the Inmate's Account?
There is no limit when using the kiosk deposit in the Sheriff's Office Lobby. When using the Internet Deposit there is a $75 limit.
Where can I deposit money into an inmates account?
There is a convenient kiosk located in the Sheriff's Office Lobby that accepts cash.
Also there is a web site that can be used to deposit money. This web site is www.commissarydeposit.com.
How much is an inmate's bond?
The inmate's bond can be found on the Inmate Search. Once you search the individual you are wanting to know their bond. Located at the bottom of the record shows the charges and a bond amount.
For the Inmate Search please click Inmate Search.
What is the inmate's charges?
The inmate's charge can be found on the Inmate Search. Once you search the individual you are wanting to know their charge. Located at the bottom of the record shows the charges and a bond amount.
For the Inmate Search please click HERE.
Can I drop off items at the Jail for an inmate?
No items will be accepted for any inmate once they are in custody. If there is medication that needs to be dropped off, the Jail Medical Department will approve and handle of all medical questions.
What are the Florida Model Jail Standards?
The Florida Model Jail Standards or FMJS, are minimum standards which jails across Florida must meet to ensure the constitutional rights of those incarcerated are upheld. To find the FMJS Click Here.
I was recently incarcerated can I visit an inmate?
If you have been incarcerated within the last 60 days you cannot visit an inmate. You will not be eligible to visit until it has been 60 days from the date of your release.