The Jackson County Jail in Marianna, Florida, has a capacity of 300 inmates. The original jail was located behind the local courthouse and was relocated to its current building on Penn Avenue in 1992. Approximately 38 officers run the facility’s operations: two lieutenants, five sergeants, six corporals, and one captain. Civilian personnel include three medical personnel, one maintenance person, three food service workers, and two administrative support positions. For additional information about the jail, click here. To conduct a Jackson County inmate search, call the facility at 850-482-9651.
2737 Penn Avenue
Marianna, FL 32448
Jackson County Inmate Search
To conduct a Jackson County inmate search, call the facility directly at 850-482-9651.
Visitation Hours / Jackson County Inmate Search
Visitation is once a week for one hour. To schedule a visit, call the jail at 850-482-9651, extension 210. When calling, specify the inmate, and the day and time will be given to you. Up to two visitors may visit at a time, and no swaps are allowed. You may also call this number to perform a Jackson County inmate search.
Visitors must bring a valid picture ID and be appropriately dressed. Nonpermitted clothing includes mini-skirts, sleeveless shirts, and low-cut tops. No items are allowed into the visitation booth.
The local sheriff’s office strives to achieve excellence through integrity, accountability, and professionalism. Common services offered at this office include fingerprinting and fulfillment of record requests. Fingerprinting is offered by appointment only and can be scheduled through the main line at 850-482-9624. Records can be requested by emailing the records clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 850-482-9624.
Sheriff’s Office Address
4111 Gov. Rick Scott Drive
Marianna, FL 32448
About the County / Jackson County Inmate Search
The county is located along Florida’s northwestern border with Alabama and within the Central Standard Time. In 1822, the Florida Territorial Council created the county out of Escambia County, making it the third county in the territory. The county was named after Andrew Jackson, who served as Florida’s first military governor in 1821. As more counties were created in the next few years, its area was reduced to approximate its current boundaries by 1840, although minor adjustments continued through the 19th century.
The county contains 918 square miles of land and 37 square miles of water. Three bodies of water create the county’s eastern border: the Chattahoochee River, Lake Seminole, and the Apalachicola River. In addition, the county is within the Central Standard Time Zone.
The county is also home to a local facility that holds inmates. To conduct a Jackson County inmate search, contact the facility at 850-482-9651.
Demographics / Jackson County Inmate Search
As of 2020, the county had a population of 47,319 people, including 17,149 households and 11,152 families. The population was 64.73% White, 25.45% African American, 0.41% Native American or Alaska Native, 0.62% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.30% Some Other Race, 3.77% Mixed/Multi-Racial, and 4.68% Hispanic. Also, some people in the community are incarcerated at the local jail. To conduct a Jackson County inmate search, call the jail directly at 850-482-9651.
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