The Broward County Sheriff’s Office serves the vicinity by providing law enforcement and fire rescue services to the county and surrounding unincorporated areas. Lead by Colonel Tim Gillette, Executive Director of the Department of Law Enforcement, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office oversees four Broward county jail facilities, including the 12th largest jail in the United States. The Broward county jails house an approximate 63,220 inmates every year. The jail facilities provide inmates with numerous medical and rehabilitation programs, as well as an Emergency Response Team and a Security-Threat group. The Broward County Sheriff’s Office inmate search provides general information regarding an inmate’s charge(s), bond, arrest process and visitor information, as well as Broward county mugshots.
You can search for court case info on this public site:
You can find more information on an imate by visiting the county's arrest inquiry page or by calling 954-831-5900.
No, inmates can not receive incoming phone calls, however they can make outgoing collect or prepaid calls. Inmates must be first assigned a housing unit before making calls.
Inmates are allowed one 2 hour visit per week. Each jail facility has it's own visitation schedule. For more information on each facility, see this page.