Levy County Jail
Some of the inmates at the Levy County Jail have been tried and sentenced to the jail or the Florida Department of Corrections. However, most inmates have not yet been tried by the courts, so they are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
The Levy County Detention Bureau has a maximum capacity of 304 inmates. It is a non-smoking facility without access to televisions or newspapers.
To find out if your loved one is being held in Levy County, click here, call the jail at 352-486-5121, 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 Levy County Jail
The method (cash/surety) and amount of money needed for bonding someone out of the Levy County Jail depends on their charges. Most crimes, but not all crimes, are bondable offenses.
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.
Levy County Jail
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Visiting Hours and Rules
During the pandemic, all visits at the Levy County Jail must be registered through Securus, pending approval by visitation officers. Once the visit is registered and approved, there is a charge of $20 for a 20 minute visit. If you have any questions or issues, please contact the Levy County Detention Bureau for further assistance.
The safety and well-being of residents and visitors is a top priority for the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. Visitors must arrive 10 minutes before their visit. If you are late for your visit, the visit will be denied.
Schedule for Visitation
Saturday and Sunday
Tuesday thru Friday
- 1:00pm to 2:00pm
- 2:15pm to 3:15pm
- 3:30pm to 4:30pm
- Any contraband items must be left in the visitors vehicle, not at the visitation waiting area.
- Nitroglycerin, inhalers, keys & identification are allowed into the visiting room. All other items are considered contraband.
- Visitors are subject to a part search or metal detector-screening prior to visiting and departing the facility.
- Visitors must show a valid form of I.D. with the date of birth and address on it. The only forms of I.D. accepted are state issued driver’s license, state issued I.D. card or military I.D. card. NO OTHER PROOF OF I.D. will be accepted.
- Visitors that are suspected to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs or have an odor of alcohol about them will not be allowed to visit.
- A maximum of two visitors will be allowed entry to visit an inmate.
- No persons under the age of 16 will be allowed to visit. Anyone under the age of eighteen is required to I.D. with proof of age and accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Children must not be left unattended outside visitation or on the premises.
- Visitors are only allowed to visit one inmate per day.
- Each visit will be for a maximum of one hour. If you leave prior to the end of the one hour, it will still be counted as a one hour visit.
- Profanity, abusive language, or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Any of these will be grounds for the visit being PERMANENTLY terminated.
- No property or money of any kind can be left for an inmate at visitation.
- Anyone not on an inmate’s visitation list will not be allowed to visit.
- Anyone that is ordered by the courts to not have contact with an inmate will not be allowed to visit.
- If you have been incarcerated at the Levy County Jail within the last six months, you will not be allowed to visit.
- No shorts or skirts above knee length.
- Shirts must have sleeves and cover the entire upper torso.
- No hats, caps, or do-rags.
- No tank tops, strapped shirts, tube tops, or halter tops.
- Shoes must be worn.
- Any clothing with profane, vulgar, or illegal pictures or language is not allowed.
- No see through clothing allowed.
Levy County Jail
9150 NE 80th Avenue
Bronson, Florida 32621
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/hLLuVUvaFmH3GBMk8
General Phone Number
Inmate Mailing Address(es)
Levy County Jail
Inmate Name and Number
PO Drawer 1719
Bronson, Florida 32621
How to Call an Inmate
Inmates at the Levy 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
The Levy County Jail uses Access Corrections for all inmate commissary deposits. Click here to send your inmate at the Levy County Jail money for commissary, phone, mail correspondence items, and health care fees.
Programs For Inmates
This information is not publicly available.
Pictures of Levy County Jail
Careers at Levy County Jail
If you are interested in a career with the Levy County Sheriff's Office and would like more information about the job openings at the Levy County Jail, click here.
The Levy County Sheriff’s Office accepts applications for Deputy Sheriffs, Detention Officers and Support Staff. To find out what positions are currently open click here, or call (352) 486-5111 between the hours of 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.
Click here for an Employment Application or pick one up at the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. Completed applications can be sent to [email protected] (please make sure all pages are signed and notarized where indicated).
Follow up your email by mailing or dropping off the original application and supporting documents at the Levy County Sheriff’s Office, located at 9150 NE 80th Avenue, Bronson, Florida 32621.
Starting Salaries in Levy County are as follows:
- Florida Certified Deputy Sheriff: $36,000
- Certified Telecommunications Operator: $33,000
- Telecommunications Operator: $28,000
- Florida Certified Detention Officer: $36,000
The competitive benefit package includes:
- Medical/Prescription, Dental and Vision Insurance for employees and dependents
- On-site gym facilities
- Life insurance
- Florida Retirement System (FRS) retirement benefits
- Optional participation in a deferred compensation program
- Annual vacation, sick and personal leave
Certified Corrections Officer
A certified corrections officer in Levy County is responsible for security work by maintaining physical custody and control of inmates within the Levy County Detention Facility. Work is performed under the direction of a Detention Sergeant, or a higher level supervisor.
This job does involve an element of personal danger and high levels of physical, emotional, and mental stress. Detention Officers must be able to act without direct supervision and exercise independent judgment in emergencies.
Detention Officers in Levy County work 12-hour shifts. Duties include receiving and processing inmates, enforcing disciplinary procedures for the control of inmate behavior (including the application of restraint and response to resistance techniques), and the preparation of reports and documents necessary for operational procedures.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and a legal citizen of the United States. They must have a High School Diploma or equivalent, and possess a valid Florida Driver’s License and Social Security Card.
Other requirements include being of good moral character, have no felony convictions, and have no misdemeanor convictions involving moral character, perjury, or false statement. Applicants must also be able to meet the strict drug standards and pass a pre-employment drug screen. They must also pass a medical and psychological examination, an oral interview, and a full background investigation.