Bradford County Jail

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Bradford County is located between Jacksonville and Gainesville, Florida, in the northeastern part of the state. Originally named New River County when it was formed in 1858, it was renamed in 1861 for Captain Richard Bradford, the first Confederate officer from Florida to become a casualty in the Civil War. The county seat is Starke. As of 2010, the population was 28,520. The county spans a total area of 300 square miles, making it the second smallest county in the state.

The Bradford County Jail, located at 945 N Temple Ave #A, Starke, FL 32091, houses both male and female prisoners in separate sections, which are further divided into minimum, medium, and maximum security. The jail was constructed in 1995. All visits must be scheduled by calling 904-966-6178 between 2:00 and 5:00 PM on the Friday prior to the visit. Visitors must sign in at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled visit time. For questions about other rules and requirements for visiting an inmate, call the jail any weekday between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

In addition to the jail, Bradford County is home to two state-run correctional facilities: Florida State Prison and Lawtey Correctional Institution. To search for an inmate in these facilities, visit the Florida Department of Corrections. The website also has detailed information on visits, mail, and phone calls to prisoners.

The Florida State Prison officially opened in 1961, but construction of the facility continued until 1968. It is home to the state’s execution chamber and houses one of three death rows in Florida. The prison can hold 1,460 male inmates. The address is 7819 N W 228th St., Raiford, FL 32026, and the phone is 904-368-2500.

Lawtey Correctional Institution was originally opened in 1973 and served as a community vocational center which housed inmates who were eligible for work release. From 1977 to 2004, it housed adult males with no work release. In 2004, it became one of Florida’s Faith- and Character-Based institutions, housing up to 832 male inmates who participate in a variety of classes designed to prevent reincarceration. Many of the inmates also participate in work release programs in the community. The address 22298 NE County Road 200B, Lawtey, FL 32058. The phone number is 904-782-2000.

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Bradford County Jail Address: 945-A NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE FL 32091

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At approximately 3:30 pm the tanker truck was removed and US 301 was reopened to normal traffic. Many thanks to all agency personnel who assisted and to Miracle Towing And Recovery for a... https://t.co/OHHo6Zo0gK
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At approximately 1:15 am this morning, a tanker truck carrying a corrosive material overturned on US 301 North of Lawtey near NW 264th St. The driver and passenger were both transported by BRADFORD County EMS to... https://t.co/tW2JXXhU2G

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Emergency crews are on the scene of a single vehicle crash near SR 231 and SW 114th St close to the Alachua County Line). The teenage driver was extricated from the vehicle and transported to a hospital with unknown injuries.
Please drive safely through the area as emergency workers are still on scene.

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At approximately 3:30 pm the tanker truck was removed and US 301 was reopened to normal traffic. Many thanks to all agency personnel who assisted and to Miracle Towing and Recovery for a job well done.

“We Care!”
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At approximately 1:15 am this morning, a tanker truck carrying a corrosive material overturned on US 301 North of Lawtey near NW 264th St. The driver and passenger were both transported by BRADFORD County EMS to the hospital with serious injuries.
As of 1130 am, southbound traffic was still restricted to one lane. Due to the nature of the hazardous material, the contents must be transferred into another tanker truck before the towing company can clear the overturned trailer.
All necessary precautions are being taken to minimize the risk to the community.

Traffic is being rerouted in the Northbound lanes by FHP.

Assisting agencies: BCSO, Bradford Fire Dept., Lawtey Fire Dept., Starke Fire Dept., Heilbronn Springs Fire Dept., DEP, and FHP.
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Sheriff Gordon Smith - Bradford County Sheriff4 days ago
The Bradford County Sheriff’s Office congratulates two new Teen Driver Challenge graduates; Mallorie Watson and Wyatt Konkel. If you know a teen that is ready for the challenge, contact Elizabeth Sheppard (904)966-6320 or Sgt. Joe Shiller (904)966-2276 for more details. To apply go to http://www.bradfordsheriff.org/teen-driver-challenge/