Bay County Jail & Annex – Cca

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Bay County is located in the Florida Panhandle on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. The county seat is Panama City. The area is widely known for while sand beaches, crystal water, and a year-round population of dolphins. Tourism is the basis for the county economy. The total area is 1,033 square miles, of which nearly 27% is covered by water. As of the 2010 census, the population was 168,852. The area has experienced rapid growth since the 1930s. The county was founded in 1913 from portions of Washington, Calhoun, and Walton counties. It was named for St. Andrews Bay, the deep estuary upon which Panama City is situated.

Panama City is the largest municipality between Tallahassee and Pensacola. Tyndall Air Force Base and the U.S. Navy’s Naval Support Activity Panama City, home to research and training projects, are the two largest employers. The naval base is also home to a U.S. Coast Guard Station.

The Jail Division of the Bay County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for operation of the County Jail, which averages about 900 inmates, both male and female. The facility is located at 5700 Star Lane, Panama City, Florida 32404. Video visitation is allowed. The schedule is based on the inmate’s dorm assignment. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail. To schedule a visit or get more information on an inmate, the facility, or jail regulations, call 850-785-5245 or 850-215-5140.

The Bay Correctional Facility is a state prison operated under contract by GEO Group, Inc. It is located at 5400 Bayline Drive, Panama City, Florida 32404. Established in 1995, the facility houses up to 985 adult male inmates in medium, minimum, and work release custody. A number of vocational programs are available to inmates. These include computer support services, landscape management, commercial driving, culinary arts, architectural drafting, air conditioning (HVAC), and veterinary tech.

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Bay County Jail & Annex – Cca Address: 314 1/2 HARMON AVENUE PANAMA CITY FL 32401

19 hours ago
The BCSO Comm Section received accreditation status by the FL Telecommunications Accreditation Commission, only the 16th agency in FL to earn this! The inspection noted how accurately the Communications Section followed standards set forth by the Commission. Good job, Comms!
1 day ago
The Bay County Sheriff's Office has posted DOUBLE RED FLAGS on the beaches of Bay County. DOUBKE RED FLAGS indicate extremely dangerous currents and surf. Gulf waters are closed to swimmers during DOUBLE RED FLAGS under penalty of arrest. Stay out of Gulf waters at this time.
2 days ago
BCSO rescues couple caught in rip current on PCBeach this aft. Dble red flags posted--stay out of the water! Dangerous conditions persist. #baycountyso
2 days ago
The BCSO has posted DOUBLE RED FLAGS on the sandy beaches of Bay County this afternoon. This means that Gulf waters are closed to swimmers due to high surf and strong currents. Those entering Gulf waters during DOUBLE RED FLAGS are subject to arrest.
5 days ago
Double red flags were posted on sandy beaches in Bay County today due to treacherous swimming conditions. Similar conditions expected tomorrow--stay out of Gulf waters during double red flags under penalty of arrest!