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The Wakulla County Jail, also known as the Wakulla County Detention Facility, is the largest division within the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office. Its functions and programs are related to the custody, care, and control of incarcerated individuals. The jail was built in 1991 and is capable of housing 350 inmates. In addition, the jail is divided into two sections: one for immigration detainees and one for local inmates. To conduct a Wakulla County inmate search, please call (850) 745-7100.

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The detention center employs 60 staff members. The facility was initially accredited by the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission in 2002, and it was awarded reaccreditation in 2005, 2008, 2011, and 2014. In 2017 the jail was awarded excelsior reaccreditation.

Jail Address

15 Oak St
Crawfordville, FL 32327

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To conduct a Wakulla County inmate search, please call (850) 745-7100.

Jail Visitation / Wakulla County Inmate Search

Inmates at the Crawfordville jail are allowed two hours of visitation per week. Visitation is held from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. every day. Visitation is by video only. Before scheduling a visit at the detention center, it is advisable to confirm the inmate’s presence via a Wakulla County inmate search by calling (850) 745-7100.

Visitation Rules

• All adult visitors must present photo identification upon request. Visitation will be denied to anyone who fails to present photo identification.

• Visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with proper identification.

• All visitors must complete all requested information on the visitor log. Failure to complete all requested information may result in denial of further visits.

• All visitors to the jail in Wakulla County, Florida, must wear proper attire when visiting inmates. Each female visitor must wear a dress of proper length, walking shorts, long pants with a blouse, or a skirt of proper length with a blouse (including proper undergarments). Each male visitor must wear walking shorts or long pants and a shirt. All visitors must wear shoes. The failure to wear proper attire will result in denial of visitation.

• Bondsmen, attorneys, and ministers may visit their clients at any reasonable time. However, the jail does not permit visitation from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., and 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

• The jail may grant visitation outside of normal visiting hours for special reasons. However, only the sheriff or jail administrator may approve such visitation.

• Any visitor who causes a disturbance or is intoxicated may be ordered to leave the facility or charged with a violation.

• All visitors will be subject to search. Female visitors will be searched by female correctional staff, and/or by electronic metal detector. Male visitors will be searched by male correctional staff, and/or electronic metal detector. Any visitor who refuses a search will be denied visitation privileges.

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Sheriff / Wakulla County Inmate Search

Jared Miller is the Wakulla County Sheriff. Prior to becoming Wakulla County Sheriff, Sheriff Miller held multiple ranks and positions with the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office for 22 years. To conduct a Wakulla County inmate search, please call (850) 745-7100.

Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Address

15 Oak St
Crawfordville, FL 32327

About the County / Wakulla County Inmate Search

Wakulla County is located in the Big Bend region in the northern portion Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population of Wakulla County was 30,776. The county seat of Wakulla County, Florida, is Crawfordville.

In addition, the county is home to the Wakulla County Detention Facility. To conduct a Wakulla County inmate search, please call (850) 745-7100.

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