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The Gadsden County Jail is a correctional facility operated by the local sheriff’s office. Its daily operations are run by a staff of 42 positions. The facility runs a faith-based initiatives program that began in 2004, with Rev. Jimmy Salters being the first full-time chaplain in the facility’s history. The Education Behind program assists inmates with progressing toward a GED. In 2009, the office implemented the K.I.S.S (Keeping Independent Seniors Safe) Program, which aims to improve communication between the sheriff’s office and the county’s senior population. To access the Gadsden County Jail view, click here.

Jail Address

339 East Jefferson Street
Quincy, Florida 32351

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Jail Visitation Hours / Gadsden County Jail View

Visitation is restricted to 30 minutes in a one-hour duration. Planned occasions will be posted in detainee lodging units, the anteroom entryway, and the visitation site. Visitation hours are 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. from Monday through Friday and 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. 

Stalls will be accessible for appearances, and one guest is permitted per booked time. If more than one guest demands a visit in the same time allotment, the detainee can decide which to see.

Before scheduling a visit, it is recommended that you first confirm the inmate’s presence by accessing the Gadsden County Jail view. To access the Gadsden County Jail view or to review the Gadsden County booking report, click here.

Gadsden County Jail
Gadsden County Jail View

Sheriff’s Office

The Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office contains several departments, such as the Bureaus of Law Enforcement, Corrections, E-911, and Emergency Management. Its command staff includes the Corrections Bureau Chief, Colonel Robert Barkley, and the leader of Law Enforcement Operations, Colonel Bobby Collins. 

Sheriff’s Office Address

339 East Jefferson Street
Quincy, Florida 32351

Sheriff 

Morris A. Young has been the Gadsden County Sheriff since 2004. He is the second African American sheriff to be elected in Florida. He attended Chipola College and has previously held positions in the Quincy Police Department and the local sheriff’s office. 

Gadsden County Jail
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About the County

The county is located in the panhandle of Florida. It was founded in 1823 and named after James Gadsden, an aide-de-camp to Andrew Jackson in 1818. The county used to be notable for its tobacco crop. In 2020, its population was 43,826 residents. 

The local school district operates public schools. The county contains one public high school, which was formed in 2017 by the merger of East Gadsden High and the high school portion of West Gadsden High School. There are two private schools in the county: Robert F. Munroe Day School and Tallavanna Christian School. 

Demographics / Gadsden County Jail View

In 2020, out of 43,826 people, Gadsden County’s population was 32.16% White, 53.22% Black or African American, 0.16% Native American or Alaska Native, 0.34% Asian, 0.01% Pacific Islander, 0.27% Some Other Race, 2.22% Mixed Race/Multi-Racial, 11.62% Hispanic or Latino of any race. Gadsden County is the only county in Florida with an African American majority population. A portion of the population resides at the local jail. To access the Gadsden County Jail view, click here.

Communities

Cities:

• Chattahoochee

• Gretna

• Midway

• Quincy

Towns:

• Havana

• Greensboro

Unincorporated Areas:

• Dogtown

• Hinson

• Jamieson

• Lake Tallavana

• Mount Pleasant

• Oak Grove

• Reston

• St. Hebron

• St. John

• Scotland

• Scottown

• Wetumpka

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