Liberty County FL Jail

County Jail

Last Updated: June 03, 2024
12499 Pogo St, Bristol, FL 32321
Mailing Address
PO Box 67, Bristol, FL 32321

Liberty Co Jail is for County Jail offenders sentenced up to twenty four months.

All prisons and jails have Security or Custody levels depending on the inmate’s classification, sentence, and criminal history. Please review the rules and regulations for County - medium facility.

The phone carrier is Combined Public Communications, to see their rates and best-calling plans for your inmate to call you.

If you are unsure of your inmate's location, you can search and locate your inmate by typing in their last name, first name or first initial, and/or the offender ID number to get their accurate information immediately Registered Offenders

Satellite View of Liberty County FL Jail

You can support your loved ones at Liberty Co Jail on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 850-643-2235.

When someone you care about gets locked up, it's tough to figure out all the ins and outs of jail life. From sending mail to visiting, there are a lot of things to sort out. And getting info about the arrest? Not always easy. That's where this webpage comes in handy. It's here to help you get a handle on how things work at Liberty County FL Jail so you can stay connected and support your loved one behind bars.

The Liberty Co Jail is a detention center located at 12499 Pogo St Bristol, FL which is operated locally by the Liberty County Sheriff's Office and holds inmates awaiting trial or sentencing or both. Most of the sentenced inmates are here for less than two years. Liberty County accepts inmates from surrounding towns, Bristol Police Department, and the US Marshal's Service.

New detainees arrive at the jail regularly, with some being released on bail, placed under pretrial services caseloads, supervised by probation agencies, or released on recognizance with a court appearance agreement. Those who are not released await their court appearances at the jail, receiving accommodations including bedding and meals. You can see all the arrest records for Florida here.

Members of the Corrections Division are responsible for processing offenders arrested in Liberty County as well as those sentenced by the Liberty County Courts. Individuals who have been arrested appear before a judge within the first twenty-four hours of their arrest. During this first appearance, the judge informs each arrestee of their charges and the bond amount for each charge. These first appearances are held daily.

Following their first appearance, each inmate is allowed a phone call. Inmates who can bond out complete the necessary procedures and are released from custody with a date to return to court. Those who are not released or unable to bond out continue to be held in the county jail.

Upon release from the county jail, all personal property held by the jail is returned to the inmate by a member of the Corrections Division. Any remaining funds in the inmate’s commissary or telephone accounts are refunded to the inmate by check.

Inmates are encouraged to correspond with family and friends while incarcerated. All incoming mail is inspected for contraband. Items that will be returned to the sender include mail stained with powder, perfume, glue, or glitter; envelopes with tape or stickers; mail from other jails or prison institutions unless approved by both institutions; note pads; greeting cards larger than 5” by 7”; paper, envelopes, pencils, pens, or stamps; music lyrics; cell phones; sexually explicit photographs and/or literature; books or magazines; self-developed photographs; and any other items deemed a risk to institutional security by Corrections Staff.

The Inmate Work Release program allows select low-risk offenders who meet the Liberty County Courts and Jail Facility criteria to work in the community while serving their sentences. This program enables offenders to pay restitution and support their families during incarceration.

The Liberty County Jail is a working jail that strives to meet the daily needs of inmates by providing a wide range of programs. The goal is to keep inmates productive while reducing the tax burden on the community.

The Medical Department is staffed with two Registered Nurses (RNs) who provide medical services to inmates. Additionally, area doctors are contracted to provide medical and mental health services to incarcerated offenders. Inmates' health complaints are solicited daily and followed up with appropriate triage and treatment by qualified health professionals.

Inmate Locator

To utilize the Inmate Search page on InmateAid, begin by selecting the relevant prison facility in Florida. This allows you to view the current list of inmates housed at Liberty County FL Jail.

The second section features the InmateAid Inmate Search tool, providing a user-generated database of inmates. You can access this resource to utilize any of InmateAid's services. If you require assistance in creating an inmate profile to maintain communication, please contact us at, and we'll gladly help you locate your loved one.

As a last resort, you might have to pay for that information if we do not have it. The Arrest Record Search will cost you a small amount, but their data is the freshest available and for that reason, they charge to access it.

Visitation Information

Inmate Visitation

  • Female Visitation is each Wednesday 9-11 and 1-3
  • Male Visitation is each Thursday 9-11 and 1-3

Visitation Rules

All visitors of the Liberty County Jail are required to abide by the following rules:

No knives, sharp objects, lighters or tobacco products are allowed.

No electronic devices are allowed in the Main Lobby or visitation areas. (examples: cell phones, tablets, etc.)

No food, gum or drink items are allowed in the visitation areas.

Visitors must be dressed modestly and conservatively.

  • No halter tops, and no spaghetti strap tops.
  • All females must wear a bra.
  • No see-through clothing, including clothing with holes and tears that reveal any genitals, buttocks or breasts.
  • All pants/shorts must be worn on the waistline – no sagging pants/shorts.
  • No pajamas (pants or tops) that reveal genitals, buttocks or breasts.
  • No low cut blouses.
  • All visitors must wear shoes.
  • No house shoes or slippers.
  • No gang-affiliated clothing, hats or shoes.

An adult must accompany visitors sixteen (16) years old or younger.

Children must NOT be left unattended in the lobby, parking lot, or a vehicle while visiting. All children must be under the supervision of an individual seventeen (17) years of age or older with a valid state-issued ID or Driver’s License.

Visitors seventeen (17) years old and older must furnish a valid state-issued ID or Driver’s License, and show proof of residency (temporary or permanent) in the United States along with the photo identification:

  • United States Driver’s License.
  • United States ID.
  • Military Identification with independent information included.
  • The permanent resident card is also known as a green card.
  • United States passport.
  • Foreign passport provided with a Visa or I-94 proof of United States residency.

Altered ID’s will not be accepted.

  • All visitors are subject to being searched.
  • No individual on active probation or parole will be allowed to visit.
  • Visitors under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol will be denied visitation and are subject to being arrested.

Visitors will return to the lobby area once they conclude their visit and retrieve their IDs. Children three (3) years old and older count as a visitor. Children are not allowed to run and play in the lobby or visitation area. An inmate may receive only two visitors at the same time.

  • Failure to follow visitation rules may result in visitors being banned from the facility or subject to criminal prosecution.
  • A Correctional Officer has the authority to prohibit or ban any visitor.
  • All items left in visitor-accessible areas will be discarded.

Ask The Inmate

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