Citrus County Detention Facility

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Citrus County is located on the Gulf of Mexico on the west side of the Florida Peninsula, directly across from Daytona Beach. Created in 1887 from the northern part of Hernando County, it was named for its citrus groves. After the “Big Freeze” of 1894-95, citrus production declined rapidly. Currently, only one citrus grove exists in the county. The first county seat was Mannfield, but it was moved to Inverness in 1891. The county has a total area of 773 square miles, of which nearly 25% is covered by water.

There are numerous coastal islands that are uninhabited or sparsely inhabited which can only be accessed by boat. As of the 2010 census, the population was 141,236, more than one-third of which were senior citizens. Because of the number of aging residents, health care is the largest occupation in the county.

The Citrus County Detention Facility is located at 2604 W. Woodland Ridge Drive, Lecanto, Florida 34461. It is run by Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), a private corrections management service. CCA has been in charge of the facility since 1995. In addition to serving Citrus County, the facility also houses inmates from the US Marshals Service and the US Virgin Islands. Up to 760 male and female inmates are housed here. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

To visit an inmate housed in the facility, you must first be approved. The inmate must mail you a visitation application, which you will be required to complete and mail back to the facility. A background check will be conducted, and the inmate will be informed if a person is approved for visitation. It is the inmate’s responsibility to let you know if you have been approved. A detailed visitation guide is provided on the website. The schedule is based on the inmate’s classification. Visits must be scheduled 24 hours in advance, and visitors must arrive 30 minutes before the appointment time. For more information about an inmate or visitation rules and scheduling, call the facility at 352-527-3332.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Citrus County?

Zona Long Bail Bonds of Citrus County

home 3224 W Postal Ln, Lecanto, FL 34461, USA
phone (352) 527-8117

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4 out of 5 stars

Toni Taylor
Toni Taylor

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Very friendly and fast.. Would recommend them...

Steven Hancock
Steven Hancock

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

They are very fast and friendly here for all your bond needs for your friends or family they'll get him out of jail as quick as possible they're very easy to work with and highly recommended from me

j everett
j everett

2 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

She revoked my bond because I had xontact Merriam Ellis, I thought she would be understanding but she wasn't I felt so disrepect4d she made me feel so bad after a hard situation for me she had no mercy n just a mean individual

Citrus County Detention Facility – Address: 2604 WEST WOODLAND RIDGE DRIVE LECANTO FL 34461

2 days ago
I have seen firsthand the devastation that Hurricane Michael left in it’s wake. I’ve activated the FL disaster fund to help assist these communities as they recover. The easiest way to help is to donate- text the word DISASTER to 20222 to make a one-time donation of $10.
2 days ago
Our S.M.A.R.T members, along with deputies from Polk, Flager and Missouri convoy to the command post as they head out on patrol for the night. It's amazing what can happen when we all come together for one goal! #CCSO #HurricaneMichael #FloridaStrong https://t.co/Rf7daOEify

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UPDATE: Cameron has been safely located. Thank you for sharing our earlier post.
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Citrus County Sheriff's Office2 hours ago
MISSING JUVENILE: PLEASE SHARE
Please be on the lookout for 15 year old Cameron Slade Andrew. Cameron is 5’9 120 lbs, with blue eyes and dirty blonde hair. Cameron was last seen on 10-17-18 at approximately 7am, leaving his home in Citrus Springs, Florida, to get on his school bus to Citrus Springs Middle School. Cameron was last seen wearing gray sweat pants with a black hoodie and red and black sneakers. If you know the whereabouts, or have seen Cameron Slade Andrew, please contact 9-1-1 immediately or the Citrus County's Sheriff's Office's non-emergency line of 352-726-1121.
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UPDATE: Caleb and Chase were found safe. Thank you for sharing!
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Citrus County Sheriff's Office19 hours ago
Relief efforts are under way for those impacted by Hurricane Michael. Here is some ways that you can help or if you are trying to reach family or friends.

Donations:
To make a contribution, please visit www.FloridaDisasterFund.org or text DISASTER to 20222 to make a one-time donation of $10. The Florida Disaster Fund is the State of Florida’s official private fund established to assist Florida’s communities as they respond to and recover during times of emergency or disaster. The fund is administered by the Volunteer Florida Foundation. Funds will support disaster relief organizations active in responding to and recovering from Hurricane Michael. In partnership with the public sector, private sector and other non-governmental organizations, the Florida Disaster Fund supports response and recovery activities. Donations to the Florida Disaster Fund are made to the Volunteer Florida Foundation, 501(c)(3) charitable organization and are tax deductible.

Volunteering
Volunteer Florida (www.volunteerflorida.org) is the state’s lead agency for volunteers and donations before, during, and after disasters. In partnership with the Florida Division of Emergency Management, Volunteer Florida:
• Coordinates with Florida Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) and local and state government emergency management agencies to meet volunteer and donation needs
• Provides staffing during activation of the State Emergency Operations Center
• Provides training and presentations on the roles of government and nongovernmental organizations in disaster preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation
• Provides fiscal and program management for federal, state, and privately funded programs
• Provide training for government, non-government, and private sector organizations on disaster volunteer and donations management
• Mobilize and deploy resources to assist communities responding to and recovering from disaster
• Operate the ESF (Emergency Service Function) 15 and deploy trained Volunteer Florida staff to assist the Florida Division of Emergency Management if necessary
• Operate the Volunteer and Donations Hotline and the Florida Donations Portal

Family Reunification
Due to issues with communication lines throughout the panhandle, there has been an increase in the number of calls for individuals missing, well-being checks, and concerns. The State has established a webpage for individuals to report these concerns. The State EOC will route these inquiries to the appropriate local agency for response. Go to Hurricane Michael Life Safety Reports. (https://fdoh.readyop.com/fs/4cav/bcda)
After a disaster, letting your family and friends know that you are safe and well can bring your loved ones great peace of mind.

American Red Cross Safe and Well (https://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php)
Register Yourself as “Safe and Well”
Click on the “List Myself as Safe and Well” button to register yourself on the site.

Search for Loved Ones
Concerned family and friends can search the list of those who have registered themselves as “safe and well” by clicking on the “Search Registrants” button. The results of a successful search will display a loved one’s first name, last name and a brief message.

Curfews that are currently in effect:
Bay County - Full last updated: 10/11/2018 01:39pm
A Curfew will be enacted tonight from 2000 to 0700

Calhoun County - Full last updated: 10/14/2018 07:04pm
Dusk to Dawn Curfew Countywide

Franklin County - Limited last updated: 10/14/2018 07:06 PM Sunset to Sunrise
Gadsden County - Full last updated: 10/14/2018 01:59 PM The curfew for Gadsden County is now from 10:00pm tp 6:00am

Gulf County - Full last updated: 10/14/2018 07:08 PM
Remains in effect for the entire County from sunset to sunrise

Jackson County - Limited last updated: 09/06/2018 09:26 AM Dusk to Dawn through Tuesday Oct 22 2018

Liberty County - Full last updated: 10/08/2018 11:03 AM

ONLY ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL TO BE ON ROAD WAYS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Statewide Private Sector Re-Entry Program
If a storm impacts Florida this year, one of our primary goals will be the rapid restoration of local businesses that provide vital goods and services. Local elected officials and Law Enforcement Officers will work together to determine when an area is safe enough for individuals to return. At that point, individuals and businesses seeking to provide essential commodities and services to impacted areas will be allowed reentry by possessing and presenting to local officials:
• A valid government-issued ID, such as a Driver’s License or passport;
• Proof of Employment, such as Employer credentials or a letter on employer letterhead; and
• A Demonstrated Need to enter the area, such as a work order, inventory list, or employer authorization. Local officials know their communities and are well suited to facilitate a safe and timely reentry process.
We look forward to working with local officials to ensure the safe and timely movement of necessary resources throughout the state.

Disasters affect all members of the community and we must be prepared to work together to meet the needs of all citizens during an emergency.
Citrus County Sheriff's Office
Citrus County Sheriff's Office19 hours ago
Happy WOW Wednesday!

This week’s WOW is 49 year-old Angela Michelle Tanner. She is wanted for failure to appear for the original charges of trafficking in amphetamine 28-200 grams, trafficking in methamphetamine 14-28 grams, and using a 2-way communications device to facilitate a felony.

If you have any idea of Tanner's whereabouts, please contact us at (352)-726-1121. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 1-888-ANY-TIPS to be eligible for an award.
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These scouts are having a great Tuesday night! Cub Scout Troop 975 is getting a tour of the EOC and 9-1-1 center. #CCSO