Quincy Annex is a Level IV Florida state prison for men that is located in Quincy, Florida and managed by the Florida Department of Corrections. It can house a maximum of 408 inmates at close, minimum, medium, and community custody levels.
This facility opened in 1972 as the Quincy Vocational Center to teach inmates culinary skills. In 1990, they converted it to the Quincy Vocational Work Camp.
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Visiting Hours and Rules
Quincy Annex visiting hours are on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. EST. Registration begins at 8:15 a.m. and they stop processing visitors at 2:00 p.m. You will not be allowed to visit If you arrive after 2:00 pm. There are also visiting hours on major holidays like New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
If you want to visit an inmate at Quincy Annex, you must first get on their approved visiting list. Fill out a visitor applicationㅡwhich is available in both English and Spanishㅡand then mail it to the Quincy Annex. The Florida Department of Corrections will review your application, and when your application is approved, the inmate will notify you. If you are not approved, you will not be allowed to visit.
Everyone 12 or older must complete a visitor application, and all visitors 17 or younger must be accompanied by an approved adult on the inmate’s visiting list.
Be ready to show a valid photo ID when you arrive for a visit at Quincy Annex. You will also have to answer some questions and go through a number of searches.
The officers will search your property first, and then you will go through a metal detector and a Magneto Static Detector (which detects cell phones and other electronic devices). The next step is a pat search from an officer; and finally, there is a barrier search conducted by a canine handler.
You must clear all of these steps to visit with an inmate.
What you can bring to a visit at Quincy Annex
Each visitor is allowed to bring:
- A maximum of $50.00 ($1, $5, $10, and $20 denominations only or silver change) for the vending machines. You are allowed to carry the money in a small wallet or pouch.
- One car key. No key chains or keyless entry devices.
- Medication. Bring only the necessary dosage in the original prescribed container (it must be clearly marked).
If you are bringing an infant into the visit, you may have the following items:
- A maximum of five diapers
- Three, clear, plastic, baby bottles or two sipper cups for toddlers
- One, clear, plastic, baby pacifier
- Three, clear, plastic jars of baby food with the original seal intact
- Baby wipes or towelettes (in a clear plastic bag)
- An infant baby carrier (subject to search)
- One set of infant clothing
- One, non-quilted baby blanket to keep the infant warm
Cell phones and all other electronic devices are not allowed in the visiting room.
The following clothing items are not allowed in the visiting room at Quincy Annex:
- Halter tops or bra-less attire
- Underwear-type t-shirts or tank tops
- Fishnet clothing
- Skin tight clothing
- Shoes with removable parts
- See-through fabric without an undergarment
- Dresses, skirts, or shorts more than three inches above the knee
- Clothing with a threatening picture or language
- Any clothing with metal
There is also the option of video visitation at Quincy Annex if you can’t visit in person. This service is available through JPay, and you must be an approved visitor on the inmate’s visiting list. You must use the JPay calendar function to schedule a video visit.
A JPay account is required for video visitation. The fee is $2.95 for 15 minutes, and video visits can last a maximum of 30 minutes.
2225 Pat Thomas Parkway
Quincy, Florida 32351
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/85pYdgF2Sx7K7d3o6
General Phone Number
Inmate Mailing Address(es)
Inmate Name and ID Number
2225 Pat Thomas Parkway
Quincy, Florida 32351
The general guidelines for inmate mail are:
- There is a 15-page maximum on all letters (No glue, tape, or staples)
- Greeting cards are allowed, but no electronics or non-paper parts
- You are allowed to send pictures, but no nude photographs, Polaroids, or anything larger than 8”x10”
- You can send a maximum of ten, blank, greeting cards, blank pieces of paper, or envelopes and a maximum of twenty first-class stamps
- Non-paper items and stickers are prohibited in inmate mail
The following packaging is prohibited:
- Padded envelopes
- Plastic bags
- Multi-layer packaging
- Envelopes that include metal parts
- Card stock type envelopes (U.S. Mail Priority or U.S. Mail Express card board type)
- Bubble wrap
- Packing peanuts
You can also send your incarcerated loved one an email through JPay. The inmates at the Quincy Annex do not have internet access, but the staff can print out emails and deliver them at mail call.
JPay also has the option of purchasing a JP5 tablet for an inmate at Quincy Annex. This device allows your inmate to read and write emails, and they can also buy music, eBooks, games, and rent movies.
How to Call an Inmate
The Florida Department of Corrections does not allow you to call an inmate at Quincy Annex, but inmates do have access to phones during approved hours for outgoing calls. For complete details on how to call an inmate in Florida, please click here.
How to Send Money
JPay or MoneyGram are your only options if you want to send money to an inmate at Quincy Annex. There is a fee for the service, and the lowest fees are usually online or with the app compared to the phone or in person.
- Online or Mobile App: To send an inmate money with your credit or debit card, visit JPay.com or download the JPay Mobile App that is available at the Apple App Store (for iPhones) and Google Play (for Android phones).
- By phone: Call (800) 574-5729 to talk with a live JPay call center agent and send money with a debit or credit card.
- Mail a money orderㅡmade payable to JPayㅡwith a deposit slip to:
P.O. Box 260010
Hollywood, FL 33026
Money order deposit slip available in English here.
Hoja de Depósito para Giros Bancarios disponible en Español aqui.
If you would prefer to use cash, visit a MoneyGram location in person and use receive code 5188. MoneyGram locations include all Walmarts and CVS Pharmacies.
Programs For Inmates
- General Educational Development (GED) [Tallahassee Community College]
- Adult Basic Education
- Volunteer Literacy Program
Substance Abuse Programs
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Chapel Library Program
- Religious Education
- Worship Services
Institutional Betterment Programs
- 100-Hour Transition Program - Self Study
- Anger Management
- Family Finance
- Killing Addictions
- Library Program
- Law Library Program
- Parenting Skills
Pictures of Quincy Annex
Careers at Quincy Annex
There are a number of open positions at Quincy Annex. If you are interested in applying for a job with the Florida Department of Corrections, click here.
There are three career paths available: correctional officer, parole officer, and construction and facility maintenance. They also have open positions in different departments like education, finance, and healthcare.
Standard benefits for employees of the Florida Department of Corrections include paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, health insurance, tuition-free college courses, and a 457 tax-deferred retirement plan.