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Wakulla County Jail

850-926-0800, 850-926-0896

15 Oak Street, Crawfordville, FL, 32327

http://www.wcso.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=19&Itemid=59

The Wakulla County Jail is the facility that will take inmates who have just been arrested throughout the county as well as inmates who are currently going through their trial, and lastly inmates who have already been sentenced.

The Wakulla County Jail is an adult inmate facility. No juveniles are housed here. The youngest inmate that is accepted into the Wakulla County Jail is 18 years of age.

Wakulla County Jail — General Information

Facility Name Wakulla County Jail
Facility Type County Jail
Capacity 350
Address 15 Oak Street, Crawfordville, FL, 32327
Phone 850-926-0800, 850-926-0896
City Crawfordville
Postal Code 32327
State Florida
County Wakulla County
Official Website http://www.wcso.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=19&Itemid=59

Sending a Mail/Care Package

Want another way to communicate with an inmate in the Wakulla County Jail? You can write them letters!

You should always write an inmate a letter. It is a great morale booster. Inmates love to hear what you have been up to while they have been locked away.

Just always keep everything family-friendly. The inmate will not be the only eyes reading what you have to say. The Wakulla County Jail has the right to dispose of any and all mail that does not follow their mailing guidelines.

To get the most up to date mailing guidelines, you will need to contact the Wakulla County Jail directly.

Sending Money

Inmates may ask you to send them money. They are not asking you to send them money for them to blow it on whatever their hearts desire. They are asking for this money, so they can purchase items they will need from the Wakulla County Jail commissary.

If you live local, it is easy to deposit funds into their account. You can bring down a money order to the Wakulla County Jail with the inmate’s name on it and they will be able to deposit it there for you. The funds should be officially deposited into the inmate’s account within a day or two.

Phone calls

The Wakulla County Jail recognizes that inmates need a solid support system on the outside. So, when they get off the facility, they have a great support system to come home to, so they will likely not offend in the future.

Therefore, the Wakulla County Jail allows inmates to use the telephones daily. The only time they cannot use the telephones during the facilities count time or when the facility is under lockdown.

Inmates will be permitted to make collect calls home. These calls can last up to 15-minutes in length.

Visitation

If you are local to the Wakulla County Jail, you will be happy to know that the facility allows inmates to have visitors’ weekdays, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 am up until 6 pm.

Now, these visits will be heavily monitored. There is no such thing as privacy when visiting an inmate in the Wakulla County Jail.

Just like other county jails throughout the United States, you will be sitting behind a glass partition, so you will not have the chance to hug, kiss, or hold hands with the inmate. You will only be able to merely see them through the glass.

You will always need to have your government identification card with you when you are in the Wakulla County Jail.

Visiting Hours

Monday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Wednesday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Thursday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday — 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
Saturday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
Sunday — 7:30 Am to 2:30 PM

Directions

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