Okaloosa County Jail, FL Inmate Roster

Updated on: April 7, 2021
Okaloosa County Jail & Corrections

Visitation Hours

  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 10:00 AM to 4:40 PM
  • Wednesday 10:00 AM to 4:40 PM
  • Thursday 10:00 AM to 4:40 PM
  • Friday 10:00 AM to 4:40 PM
  • Saturday Closed
  • Holiday Closed

Okaloosa County Jail Basic Information

Facility Name
Okaloosa County Jail
Facility Type
County Jail
Address
1200 East James Lee Boulevard, Crestview, FL, 32539-3114
Phone
850-689-5690
Capacity
900
City
Crestview
Postal Code
32539-3114
State
Florida
County
Okaloosa County
Official Website
Website
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Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff
Larry R. Ashley
Address
1250 Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, Florida, 32579
Phone
850-651-7400
Website
https://www.sheriff-okaloosa.org/

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Are you searching for a friend or loved one who was incarcerated in Okaloosa County, Florida? The first thing you will want to do to when you find out someone has been arrested is figure out where they are.

If someone was arrested in Okaloosa County, they will most likely be at the Okaloosa County Jail. Using an online database, you can easily search for your friend or loved one. This guide will make it easy to find a loved one, stay in contact, learn about the jail, and send money if you need to.

About Okaloosa County Jail

The Okaloosa County Jail has been around since 1999. The goal of the Okaloosa County Jail is to create a safe, secure, and humane facility for the community, staff, and the inmates.

The Okaloosa County Jail has a maximum capacity of 900 prisoners.

The Okaloosa County Jail houses maximum security, minimum security, and dormitory housing for those on work release.

How to Search for an Inmate

Because there are several types of prisoners at the Okaloosa County Jail in Arkansas, it is important to do an inmate search in order to find information about where the inmate is being housed.

You will need the information found in an inmate search to send mail, visit, or keep in contact. Once you find an inmate, you should write down all pertinent information given on the inmate.

To search for an inmate from the Okaloosa County Jail homepage, you will click on inmate roster. You can then search through the entire list of inmates by clicking on name listing, or you can search for your friend or loved one by doing a name search.

Click on the name of the person you wish to find out about. You will want to write down their address, admitting date, and any other information you may need to know.

Stay in Contact and Support and Inmate

Staying in contact with a friend or loved one is a great way to show your support. It is also scientifically proven to help inmates to be rehabilitated and stay out of jail in the future.

Although staying in contact with an offender is a great way to help them through this tough time in their life, it is important that only positive friends and family members keep in contact. Therefore, the jail does have strict guidelines on who can keep in touch.

If you wish to stay in touch with an inmate in Okaloosa County Jail, here are the ways you can do so:

Talk to an inmate on the phone: Inmates at Okaloosa County Jail are not permitted to have incoming phone calls. In fact, they can not even locate phone numbers. So, if you do not know if an inmate has your number, it is best to write your number on a letter that is mailed to them. Inmates are allowed to make outgoing collect phone calls. This means you will be responsible for the fee.

Send mail or letters: The best form of communication with an inmate is to send them a letter. Inmates look forward to getting mail daily and weekly. However, it is imperative that the correct information is written on the envelope to ensure the inmate gets what you send. Here is an example:

Inmate Name/inmate ID number

Okaloosa County Jail

1200 East James Lee Boulevard, Crestview, FL, 32539-3114

If you do not find the inmates ID number when doing an inmate search, you can call the facility to get those details. The number is 850-689-5690.

Visit an Inmate: In order to visit an inmate, you will need to schedule your visitation online. Unfortunately jail clerks will no longer be able to handle this process. Go to the visitation registration online.

From there, you will be redirected to Smartjailmail.com. If you have never visited this inmate, you will need to register for an account. To do this click sign up. You will then be able to send electronic messaging, do a video visitation, or send photos.

How to Send Money to an Inmate

Although all of an inmates basic needs are taken care of by the Okaloosa County Jail, an inmate may still need extra things during their stay. Items such as additional hygiene products, books, envelopes, paper, pens, stamps, tablets (no internet), shoes, clothes, and snacks can be purchased at a store inside of the jail called commissary. In order for inmates to purchase these items, they must have funds in their account.

If you wish to add money to an inmate’s commissary account, you can do this by contacting Commissary at 850-689-5690. You can also go into the Sheriff’s office lobby between 7am to 11pm to add money as well. Or, you can send money online through Access Corrections.

Because it is the job of the Okaloosa County Jail to keep inmates, visitors, the community, and its workers safe, it is important that you follow all rules and procedures. This is for the safety of everyone involved.

Okaloosa County Prison Statistics

Okaloosa County Prison Admissions

Asian Prison Admissions -
Native Prison Admissions -
Total Prison Admissions 458
Other Prison Admissions 3
White Prison Admissions 316
Latino Prison Admissions 11
Black Prison Admissions 128
Male Prison Admissions 391
Female Prison Admissions 67

Okaloosa County Prison Population

Male Prison Population 921
Female Prison Population 113
Total Prison Population 1,034

Okaloosa County Prison Population By Race

Asian Prison Population -
Latino Prison Population 32
White Prison Population 701
Other Prison Population 3
Black Prison Population 298
Native Prison Population -

Okaloosa County Jail Admissions By Race

Native Jail Population -
Asian Jail Population 1
Latino Jail Population 9
Black Jail Population 177
White Jail Population 480

Okaloosa County Jail Admissions

Female Jail Population 110
Total Jail Admissions 7,716
Total Jail Population 657
Male Jail Population 557

Okaloosa County Pretrial Jail Population

Female Pretrial Jail Population 59
Male Pretrial Jail Population 329
Pretrial Jail Population 463

Okaloosa County Jail Held Inmates

Jail Population Held for State Prison 8
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 4
Jail Population Held for State Jail 2
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison -
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail 4
Jail Population Held for ICE 2

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