The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office serves the community by reducing crime and maintaining community and professional relationships by offering equal treatment for all. The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for numerous programs throughout the community, including victim and witness services, neighborhood watch programs and senior safety. Working with the Board of County Commissioners, the Sheriff’s Office operates the Brevard County Jail Complex. Established in 1986, the county jail houses more than 1,800 inmates everyday, with over 1,300 permanent inmate beds. The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office inmate search is available online; as well as the country’s sex offender registry and the Brevard County’s most wanted list.
You may pay the full amount of the bond through Cashier’s Check, Certified Check, or Money Order, made payable to the “Brevard County Clerk of Courts”
Questions About This Jail
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How do I find if someone is still in a Brevard County Jail?
You can check the county's online inmate population here or call the inmate information phone number at 321-690-1500.
How can I find court information for Brevard County?
No, inmates can only make outgoing phone calls by collect call or by a prepaid account. More information can be found by calling 321-690-1500, pressing 1, and listening to prerecorded information on inmate phone calls.
How can I visit an inmate in a Brevard County Jail?
Inmates are allowed 3 visits per week. The number to make a reservation and to find more visitation information is here.