The Volusia County Corrections Services offers constitutional detention centers for individuals accused of violating the law and awaiting trial, as well as those in the process of trial and those sentenced to the county institutions. There are two facilities within the county, the Volusia County Correctional Facility and the Volusia County Branch Jail. The Volusia County Corrections website offers an offender search tool for the Florida Department of Corrections, and the Volusia County jail inmate search to obtain public information regarding current inmates in the county facilities. You can also find information about the jails mail procedures and regulations for inmates, and jail and bond information.
You can use the county's inmate jail search.
Criminal records can only be searched in person or using a public computer terminal located at the court's offices. More information on criminal court records can be found here.
No, inmates are permitted to make outgoing collect calls only. Emergency messages can be taken to inmates via jail staff, but are validated first.
Visits are limited during the first 72 hours of incarnation and must be approved by jail staff. Only video visitation is used. Schedule information can be found here.