Putnam County Jail was opened in 1849 and is located in Palatka, FL. It is a medium security jail made up of both male and female inmates. The jail is known as an immediate management jail. To view the Putnam County Jail log, click here.
Putnam County Jail Address
130 Orie Griffin Blvd
Palatka, FL 32177
Putnam County Jail Log
To view the Putnam County Jail log, click here.
Jail Visitation Hours / Putnam County Jail Log
Before scheduling a visitation at the facility, it is advisable to review the Palatka Jail log to confirm the inmate’s presence. To view the Putnam County Jail log, click here. Visitation hours for the Putnam County Jail are as follows:
7 days a week
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Jail Visitation Rules
• Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times during the visitation.
• Visits are not to be shared between inmates.
• If behavior or or language becomes offensive and/or inappropriate the visitation can be terminated by Sheriff’s Office staff.
• Visitors are not to wear any revealing clothing during the visitation.
Inmate Mail / Putnam County Jail Log
Family and friends are encouraged to use the Smart Communications system to send mail to inmates. Kiosks are placed on the premises for the inmates to use. All inmate mail should be sent to the following address:
Smart Communications / Putnam County
Inmate First Name Inmate Last Name Inmate ID #
(John Smith #123456 example inmate)
PO Box 9151
Seminole, FL 33775-9151
Before sending mail to an inmate, please confirm his or her presence at the facility by searching the Putnam County Jail log here.
The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office offers multiple programs for the inmates. These programs include: AA/NA Classes, Bible Study Classes, GED Program, Mental Health Programs, Substance Abuse Programs, and Re-Entry Programs to help inmates acclimate themselves back into society after being released.
Putnam County Sheriff’s Office
The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office offers many opportunities to the community around them. One of these opportunities includes “Exploring Law Enforcement” which is a program for adolescents from sixth grade up to twenty years old to learn more about and pursue their interests in law enforcement. The Sheriff’s Office offers career options to continue growing and protecting their community.
Sheriff’s Office Address
130 Orie Griffin Blvd
Palatka, Putnam County 32177
Homer “Gator” Deloach is the Sheriff of Putnam County, Florida. He began his career in law enforcement in 2001 with the Putnam County Sheriff’s office. He began his work as a Patrol Deputy, a Youth Resource Deputy, a K9 Handler, and a Detective. After holding these many positions Deloach was elected Sheriff in January of 2017. He was affiliated with multiple clubs and associations including, North Florida HIDTA Executive Board of Directors and St. Johns River State College Criminal Justice Advisory Panel.
About the County / Putnam County Jail Log
The county is located in the Northern part of Florida. The county was first founded in 1849 and gained its name from Benjamin A. Putnam, an officer in the First Seminole War. Putnam County was the 28th county created in the state of Florida. To view the Putnam County Jail log, click here.
Putnam County Demographics
According to the 2020 U.S. census the population of Putnam County was 73,321. There were 73,321 people, 29,822 households, and 18,179 families living within Putnam County. The population percentages are as follows: White (68.93%), Black or African American (15.38%), Native American or Alaska Native (0.38%), Asian (0.64%), Pacific Islander (0.05%), Mixed/Multi Racial (3.62%), Hispanic or Latino (10.66%), and Other Races (0.34%).
The county is made up of multiple cities, towns, and other areas including:
• Crescent City
• Pomona Park
• East Palatka
• Johnson Crossroads
• Lake Como