Seaford City Jail
- Sunday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Monday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Tuesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Wednesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Thursday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
- Holiday Closed
Seaford City Jail Basic Information
Did you get a call from Seaford City Jail from a friend or loved one? This can be a challenging time where emotions are high and you may not know what to do next. Keep in mind that everyone is innocent until proven guilty even those in custody at the Seaford City Jail.
This guide will help you to determine your next steps whether it be bailing an inmate out, leaving them in until court, or staying in contact with them while they serve their time.
About Seaford City Jail
The Seaford City Jail is located at West Fourth Street, Seaford, DE, 19973. Through a partnership with the community, the mission of the Seaford Police Department is to solve problems while improving public safety in a way that is fair, impartial and transparent.
If you would like to visit an inmate at this jail, you will need to contact the jail for more information. You should also contact the jail for more information on sending money to an inmate for commissary if you so choose.
Seaford City Jail Custody Roster
Before you begin anything else, you will want to check the Seaford City Jail Custody roster to see if the inmate has in fact been booked at Seaford City Jail.
To find an inmate who is in custody at Seaford City Jail, click here. You can scroll through the list of inmates until you find the person you are looking for. You will be able to find out what they were charged with as well as their bond amount. Write down any information you can.
Bail and Bond
It is expected that most inmates who are at Seaford City Jail will be bailed out before their first court appearance. All payments for Seaford City Jail, class C bonds, and fine amounts can be paid by Mastercard, VISA, credit, or debit card. To get more information about bonding an inmate out, call 302-629-7329.
If you are unable to pay the full bond amount, you can enlist the help of a bondsman. For a list of licensed bonding companies that work with Seaford City Jail, click here.
For inmates who are spending a longer duration of time at Seaford City Jail, you will want to take some time to send them mail. Inmates are able to both send and receive mail while being housed at the Seaford City Jail.
Because the Seaford City Jail is a temporary housing facility, you will want to ensure the inmate is still at the facility before sending mail. To send mail to an inmate, use the following example:
Inmate full name
West Fourth Street, Seaford, DE, 19973
Talking on the Phone
Like all city jails, inmates are able to make outgoing phone calls to friends and family. You will not be able to call an inmate and leave a message. All calls will be collect calls from the jail.
To get more information regarding rules, regulations, procedures, and inmate information, you can contact the Seaford City Jail directly at 302-629-7329.