Flagler County Jail
The Flagler County Detention Facility has 15 housing units with a maximum capacity of 400 inmates. The inmate population is made up of sentenced and non-sentenced inmates who are incarcerated for any number of crimes ranging from theft and trespassing to drug trafficking and murder.
To find out if your loved one is being held in Flagler County, click here, call the jail at (386) 437-4116 or use VINE (see below). Be prepared to provide the inmate’s full name and date of birth when using the VINE website.
The Florida VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can search for information regarding the custody status of their offender, and to register to receive phone calls and e-mail notifications when the offender’s custody status changes.
This service is provided to assist Victims of Crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status. Click this link to register.
Inmates being held for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Florida Department of Corrections (DOC), or charges from other counties will not be found by going to the VINE Link above. You will have to call the jail.
Bonding someone out of the Flagler County Jail
The method (cash/surety) and amount of money needed for bonding someone out of the Flagler County Jail depends on their charges. Most crimes, but not all crimes, are bondable offenses.
Before you post a bond, make sure the person you want to bond out is in jail. Call the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office at (386) 437-4116. You can also check an inmate's status here.
Cash or money orders are the only accepted methods of payment for a cash bond in person. To bond inmates out of jail using a credit card, visit CashBondOnline.com.
Money orders MUST be made payable to: Flagler County Inmate Trust Fund. The inmate's name and booking number should be included.
When you pay a cash bond, it is refunded to you when all court appearances have been made and the case is discharged, dismissed, or a not guilty verdict rendered. If the arrestee fails to appear or is found guilty, the money will be forfeited. When you use a Bail Bondsman for a surety bond, you will not get a refund.
Flagler County Jail
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Visiting Hours and Rules
The location for inmate visitation at the Flagler County Jail is at the Sheriff's Office Video Visitation Center. Here is the address and phone number:
Video Visitation Center
1001 Justice Lane, Bunnell, FL 32110
Video Visitation hours are from 9:00 am to 11:00 am and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Monday through Friday. Inmates are permitted to have two one-hour visits each week. Children of any age are allowed to participate in video visitation when accompanied by an adult.
To schedule a video visitation session, please follow the link below or call (386) 586-4871. You can also schedule a visit in person at the receptionist desk in the front lobby of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office, Detention Administration, and Visitation Center. Same day appointments are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Members of the inmate’s immediate family or approved friends are encouraged to visit, but there are certain rules and regulations that must be followed.
- Introduction of contraband into the jail is a third degree felony, and violators will be arrested.
- Visitation will be denied when there is reason to believe that the visit would jeopardize the safety and security of the facility.
- The only items visitor(s) may possess are car keys and proper identification. Acceptable forms are a valid picture ID issued by a federal, state or local government agency.
- All visitors are subject to search upon entering or leaving the jail.
- Visitors under the influence of intoxicants or exhibiting unruly behavior will not be allowed to visit.
- All visitors must be appropriately attired.
- Unacceptable clothing includes, but is not limited to, transparent clothing, tight clothing without proper undergarments, headwear, shorts, skirts, split skirts above mid-thigh, clothing that reveals the buttocks, breasts, back, or stomach.
- Inmates and/or visitors are not allowed to bring food or drink to the visiting center.
- Loud speech, boisterousness, and obscene behavior or language is not tolerated.
Flagler County Jail
1001 Justice Lane,
Bunnell, FL 32110
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/doTG5oEx6MxwddEDA
General Phone Number
Inmate Mailing Address(es)
Inmate’s Name & Jail Number
Flagler County Sheriff's Office Detention Facility
1002 Justice Lane
Bunnell, FL 32110
The inmate's name and booking number must be included on all mail. All mail will be searched and scanned prior to delivery to the inmate. Inmates cannot receive cash or personal checks in the mail, these items will be returned to the sender.
Unauthorized packages will not be accepted. These items will be refused and marked “return to sender.” All items received through the mail that are contraband, unauthorized, (i.e. hard back books, items that can be purchased through canteen such as envelopes and stamps) will be returned to the sender in its entirety.
Any incoming mail containing photographs, drawings, or cartoons displaying nudity or sexually graphic content will be returned.
Mail that is in an unsanitary condition—i.e., contains any type of body fluids, unidentified odors (i.e. perfume, body spray, etc), secretions, residue, hair or any other component of the human body or animal -- will be destroyed.
How to Call an Inmate
Inmates at the Flagler County Jail cannot receive incoming phone calls, however, they have access to phones and can make outgoing calls from the inmate housing area. Phone calls are recorded and may be monitored at any time.
How to Send Money
Funds can be deposited into an inmate’s account at the Flagler County Jail in five different ways.
Use the Lobby Kiosk located at the Detention (Jail) Visitation Center, located at 1001 Justice Lane, Bunnell, Florida 32110.
- The Kiosk accepts Cash, Credit and Debit Cards
- Cash is only accepted in $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 dollar bills
- Hours of operation are: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
- Deposits are posted to the account in real time
Send money online via www.AccessCorrections.com.
- Search by name and the name of the Facility – Flagler County, Florida.
- Accepts Credit and Debit Cards only.
Send a money order in the mail.
- Money Orders must arrive prior to 4:00 pm on Tuesdays to be available to the inmate for commissary purchases on Wednesday.
- The Sender’s Name, Return Address and the Inmate’s name must be on the money order.
- The Sender’s Name and Return Address must be on the envelope. The Money Order must be made payable to the Flagler County Inmate Trust Fund and include the inmate’s name.
- Mail to: Inmate Name, Flagler County Detention Facility, 1002 Justice Lane, Bunnell, Florida 32110
Call 1-866-345-1884 and send money over the phone.
- VISA and MasterCard are accepted.
Send money by visiting Walk-In Retailers: CVS, Dollar General, Family Dollar, Speedway, Kum & Go and 7-Eleven. Only cash is accepted using this method, no credit cards or debit cards.
- Go to cashpaytoday.com first to register and get a barcode.
- With your barcode, you can visit any of the retail partners and go straight to the check-out lane.
- Tell the cashier you want to make a payment and show your barcode.
- The cashier will scan your barcode, take your cash, and provide a receipt.
Programs For Inmates
The Program Unit of the Flagler County Sheriff's Office is responsible for all inmate program activities—including visitation, substance abuse, religious, psychological, and educational programs.
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Careers at Flagler County Jail
If you are interested in a career with the Flagler County Sheriff's Department and would like more information about the job openings at the Flagler County Jail, click here.
5 Reasons to Choose the Flagler County Sheriff's Office:
- Highest pay and best benefits in the area
- Strong Community Support
- High Quality Training
- Fast Growing Agency = Fast Career Advancement
- Anything you want to do in law enforcement or detention, you can do.