Wakulla County Detention Facility
The Detention Facility was constructed in 1991 with a rated capacity of 139 inmates. In 2004, an additional wing was constructed to house approximately 200 inmates for a total rated capacity of 350. The Wakulla County Detention Facility is divided into two sections: one for local inmates and one for immigration detainees.
To find out if your loved one is being held in Wakulla County, call (850) 745-7100, 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 Wakulla County Detention Facility.
Bonding someone out of the Wakulla County Detention Facility
If an inmate has bondable charges, he or she can bond out at any time. A bond can be paid with or without a bail bond agent.
The method (cash/surety) and amount of money needed for bonding someone out of the Wakulla County Detention Facility depends on their charges. Most crimes, but not all crimes, are bondable offenses.
To pay a cash bond, bring a cashier's check or money order for the full amount of the bond to the lobby of the detention center made payable to the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office.
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. Surety bonds in Wakulla County are only accepted from registered bail agents.
Wakulla County Detention Facility
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Visiting Hours and Rules
The Wakulla County Detention Facility has a video visitation building that allows inmates video contact with their friends, loved ones, and professionals. Video visitation is also available remotely. Visitors no longer go into the main building for visitation.To sign up, download the Securus Video Connect app or visit videoconnectanywhere.com.
Wakulla County Detention Facility
15 Oak St.
Crawfordville, FL 32327
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/cwGghfcimtAD4415A
General Phone Number
Inmate Mailing Address(es)
Inmate Name and ID#
C/O Securus Digital Mail Center-Wakulla County Detention Facility
PO BOX 22968
Tampa, FL 33634
Inmate mail at the Wakulla County Detention Facility is received at the Securus Digital Mail Center. Then, it is digitally scanned and available to be viewed on tablets. Failure to properly address the envelope may result in your mail being returned or delayed.
Pictures, drawings etc. are accepted for scanning, and will be printed and delivered in the same manner. Anything that cannot be scanned will be returned to the sender. This includes—but is not limited to—paper that exceeds 14X8 inches and all non-paper items. All packages and certified mail will be returned to the sender.
How to Call an Inmate
Inmates at the Wakulla County Detention Facility cannot receive incoming phone calls, however, they have access to phones and can make outgoing calls from the inmate housing area daily. Phone calls are recorded and may be monitored at any time.
All inmate calls from the facility are Collect, Prepaid Collect, or Debit. For Assistance, call the inmate telephone vendor—Paytel Communications—at 1-800-729-8355.
How to Send Money
Inmates at the Wakulla County Detention Facility may receive funds for their inmate trust account through the Inmate Deposit System while incarcerated.
Funds may be applied through:
- The kiosk machine in the Sheriff’s Office lobby
- The internet at www.commissarydeposit.com
- NO cash, money orders, or personal checks. Credit or debit cards only.
All individuals booked into this facility are charged a booking fee and daily sustenance fee. Medical fees may also apply for those who request services. If the person does not have funds at the time of booking, they will be deducted from any money sent to them during their incarceration.
Programs For Inmates
Inmate Work Release
This program gives employed inmates a way to continue to keep their current job and work while serving their time at the Wakulla County Detention Facility.
When the inmate gets proper approval for this program, a schedule is developed for them to depart and return to the facility daily.
Offenders are sentenced to the Work Camp program by the courts as a condition of their probation. Hours are worked in lieu of a jail sentence or fine, or used in combination with both.
Offenders report to the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Work Camp in the morning, dress in jail stripe uniforms, and are assigned to and supervised by Detention Staff. They are released each afternoon.
Inmate Road Crew
The Inmate Road Crew maintains the cleanliness and beauty of Wakulla County. Trusty inmate workers are handpicked by the Facility Administrator, and they are taken around the county to help keep it clean. They pick up trash on the side of the roads, and maintain the courthouse lawn, as well as parks and recreational areas.
Regularly scheduled worship/study opportunities are provided for the religions represented in the facility population based upon inmate requests and available time and space for services.
All inmates booked into the jail who need a GED are automatically referred to the facility's academic instructor. Educational programs available to inmates include: adult basic education; GED curriculum and testing; vocational skills and job placement.
The structured rehabilitative and treatment programs at the jail include substance abuse counseling. Weekly group meetings include discussions and sharing directed toward alcohol abuse recovery and/or drug/substance abuse problems. Meetings are conducted by volunteers from local recovery groups.
Domestic Violence Awareness Program
Conducted by volunteers from the Center for Abuse Prevention, this program covers topics on defining domestic violence and different forms of abuse, myths about battery, the cycle of violence, effects of domestic violence on children, relationship characteristics, and relapse prevention techniques.
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Careers at Wakulla County Detention Facility
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