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The Broward County Jail is an 8-story maximum-security facility that was built in 1985. It is designed to house 1,538 inmates and is home to more than 400 staff members. The jail is an all-male facility housing inmates that are either awaiting trial, awaiting sentencing or are currently serving a sentence of one year or less. It is possible to locate an inmate at the jail by conducting a Broward County inmate search here.

Some inmates at the Ft. Lauderdale Jail are at risk of escaping, violent, or dangerous. The Main Jail houses approximately 65 juvenile inmates who are being tried as an adult for the crimes of which they are accused. These juvenile inmates live separately from the adult males.

Broward County Jail Address

Broward County Jail
555 SE 1st Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

Joseph V. Conte Facility / Broward County Inmate Search

The Joseph V. Conte Facility is an all-male, medium-custody jail facility that primarily houses inmates awaiting trial. It is a direct supervision facility, which means that deputies at the facility are stationed inside the housing units and interact directly with the facility’s inmates. Counseling, recreation, meals, treatment programs, medical care, and counseling are provided within the housing units, which eliminates the need to escort facility inmates to other areas to receive them. Locate an inmate at the Joseph V. Conte Facility by conducting a Broward County inmate search here.

Joesph V. Conte Facility Address

1351 NW 27th Ave.
Pompano Beach, FL 33069

North Broward Bureau / Broward County Inmate Search

The North Broward Bureau is a medium-security facility that houses both male and female offenders. In addition, the facility houses female juveniles and female offenders who are in protective custody. The facility is capable of holding up to 1,200 inmates. The facility’s mission is to house and manage the medically infirm, mentally ill, and special needs inmate population. Locate an inmate at the North Broward Bureau by conducting a Broward County inmate search here.

North Broward Bureau Address

1550 NW 30th Avenue
Pompano Beach, FL 33069

Central Intake Bureau / Broward County Inmate Search

The Central Intake Bureau processes approximately 40,000 yearly arrests from all Broward County law enforcement agencies. In addition to processing Broward County arrests, the bureau is responsible for court activities, pre-magistrate holding, releasing, hospital details, confinement status, and inmate transportation. Further, bureau functions as the pickup and transfer location for custody transfers, inter-facility transfers, and custody releases to U.S. Marshalls, state prisons, court-ordered programs, and other governmental agencies. Locate an inmate at the Central Intake Bureau by conducting a Broward County inmate search here.

Central Intake Bureau Address

555 SE 1st Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

Paul Rein Facility / Broward County Inmate Search

The Paul Rein Facility opened in February 2004. It was modeled after the Joseph V. Conte Facility in Pompano Beach, and it is a direct supervision jail where employees of the facility work closely with inmates and the movement of inmates is kept to a minimum.

The facility is designed accommodate up to 1,020 inmates in two four-story towers. The Paul Rein Facility houses both male and female inmates in separate areas. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office operates both life skills and substance abuse programs for inmates at the facility. These programs are designed to promote behavior change and pro-social attitudes in an effort to reduce the inmates’ criminal behavior. Also, the chaplain’s office offers inmates a lifestyles spiritual unit. Locate an inmate at the Pail Rein Facility by conducting a Broward County inmate search here.

Paul Rein Facility Address

2421 NW 16 Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33069

Broward County Inmate Search

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Jail Visitation Hours

The jail does not allow in-person visitations. All visitation appointments will be conducted via video visit. A request for a video visitation appointment must be made with a minimum of 24-hour notice to the jail.

Broward County Inmate Search
Broward County Inmate Search

Broward County Sheriff’s Office

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office is a full-service public safety agency with a combination of police, fire, and emergency medical personnel on staff. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office not only conducts road patrol, but they also have a bomb squad unit, K-9-unit, school resource deputy, and child protection investigation section. All law enforcement officers serving with the Brower County Sheriff’s office are dedicated to protecting and serving the community. The office also operates the jail, where a Broward County inmate search may be conducted by clicking here.

Broward County Sheriff

The Broward County Sheriff, Gregory Tony, has transformed the department into one of the most progressive, accountable, and respected public safety agencies among the entire state of Florida.

Sheriff Gregory Tony began his law enforcement career in 2005, serving as a member of the Swat Team with the Coral Springs police department. He later went on to work with the narcotics division, burglary apprehension, street intelligence, and field force.

Sheriff Tony is Broward County’s 17th Sheriff; however, he is the first African American Sheriff to serve the communities of Broward County, Florida. The sheriff is dedicated to the safety and protection of both the communities located within Broward County and the citizens that make the county what it is.

The sheriff’s priorities include:

  • Accountability
  • Community policing
  • Diversity
  • School safety
  • Training and preparedness
  • Investing in the future of the county
Broward County Inmate Search
Broward County Inmate Search

About Broward County, FL

Broward County is located within the southeastern part of Florida. It was established on April 30th, 1915, and has grown to become the second most populated county in the state of Florida. According to the 2019 Census, the population of Broward County has grown to 1,952,778 making it the 17th most populated county in the United States of America.

With its many parks and attractions, Broward County attracts thousands of tourists each year. The most sought-after attraction within Broward County is the Everglades which attract many boaters, kayakers, and tourists. Broward County is home to the Ft. Lauderdale Jail. To conduct a Broward County inmate search, click here.

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