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How do I deposit money to an inmate in Sarasota County jail?

How do I deposit money to an inmate in Sarasota County jail?

Deposits are accepted at an automated Kiosk located in the jail lobby, 2020 Main St. The Kiosk is available 24 hours a day and accepts cash or credit/debit cards (NO money orders or $1 bills). There is a service charge of $4.00 for cash deposits and $4.00 for credit/debit card deposits.

How do I deposit money to an inmate in Florida?

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  3. Toll-Free Phone.
  4. Money Orders.

How do I contact an inmate in Sarasota County jail?

Assistance is also available by phone if needed, 941.861. 4692. Inmates are allowed three (3) fifty-minute visitations per week. The maximum number of visitors allowed at each visit is three (3).

How does smart deposit work?

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Can prisoners have a bank account?

It’s legal to open a bank account while in prison, unless state law or correctional facility policy specifically prohibits it. The best way to find out whether opening accounts for inmates is allowed is to check with the Department of Corrections in the state where the person is incarcerated.

Where is the jail in Sarasota Florida?

Address and Phone Number for Sarasota County Jail, a Jail & Prison, at Main Street, Sarasota FL. View map of Sarasota County Jail, and get driving directions from your location .

Where can I find arrest records in Sarasota County?

Several area law enforcement agencies bring inmates to the Sarasota County Jail. To obtain reports for these arrests, please contact the records section of the arresting agency. The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Records Section is open Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (except holidays).

How accurate is the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Inmate information?

This information is subject to constant change and its accuracy is not guaranteed. The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office provides this information as a service to citizens, inmate families or friends, attorneys, law enforcement and others; but does not detail the final disposition of criminal justice proceedings.

How do I obtain court disposition in Sarasota County?

To obtain court disposition for those facing state charges you can contact the Sarasota Clerk of Court at 941.861.7400. Information contained herein includes current and prior offenses.