Indian River County Jail

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Indian River County is located on the Atlantic Coast of Florida, south of Cape Canaveral. It is named for the Indian River Lagoon system, which forms part of the Intracoastal Waterway and runs through the eastern part of the county. Formed in 1925 from part of St. Lucie County, the total area of Indian River County is 617 square miles over 18% of which is water. The county seat is Vero Beach, chartered in 1919 as Vero.

Tourism brings wealth to the county, which ranks as the 7th richest in Florida. Visitors come to enjoy the beaches, as well as fishing, boating, skiing, and diving in the ocean and lagoon system. In addition to tourism, the economy is boosted by Piper Aircraft–employing 700 people at its Vero Beach manufacturing facility–and citrus production. The Indian River Citrus corporation produces 75% of the grapefruit in Florida and is known worldwide.

As of 2010, the county’s population was 138,028. Over 87% of the residents are white, with about 8% African Americans. The median age is 47. Only a little more than 9% of the population falls below the poverty level.

The Indian River County Jail is under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office. The jail is located at 4055 41st Avenue, Vero Beach, Florida 32960. It can hold a maximum of 480 male and female inmates. The website gives limited information about the jail, but an inmate search is available. To inquire about jail regulations, visitation scheduling, or a specific inmate, call the facility at 772-569-6700.

 

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Indian River County?

Anthony Bail Bonds

home 1146 21st St, Vero Beach, FL 32960, USA
phone (772) 562-0904

Reviewed from Google

3.7 out of 5 stars

Tammy Morrow
Tammy Morrow

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

They seemed like they wanted to help at first but changed our payment agreement. They had my card number for a payment I made for my son and because my son was late on a payment decided, without authorization, to take the entire $410 owed out of my account and put me in a very bad place with my bills getting paid. Not fair especially since $600 had already been paid and the charges were dropped. Will not recommend them to anyone. Poor business practice and that was stealing in my book.

Amber Diaz
Amber Diaz

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

I called them at 2:30am and they called back right away. We paid and then didnt hear from them after that, they submitted the paperwork in the wrong name. We went to there location around 7am when the person was suppose to be released at 5:30am, by the way we sat at the jail waiting for the anthony to call us back. It is currently 8am and still nothing has happened. No call back or anything. Extremely disappointed with them.

SugahdaJewel
SugahdaJewel

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Terrible experience make sure before you bond somebody out before you waste your time and money i still haven't gotten my family refund back yet from a bond that want needed

Indian River County Jail Address: 4055 41ST AVENUE VERO BEACH FL 32960

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Indian River County Sheriff's Office

This site is not monitored by the Indian River County Sheriff's Office for reporting of emergencies or non-emergencies. Please call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency, or contact 772-978-6240 to report a non-emergency crime in Indian River County.
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Join us Wednesday, March 7 from 2-7PM for our annual FSYR BBQ!
Indian River County Sheriff's Office
Indian River County Sheriff's Office19 hours ago
Join us Wednesday, March 7 from 2-7PM for our annual FSYR BBQ!
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Indian River County Sheriff's Office22 hours ago
School Related Threats

Media release: February 22, 2018

Over the past severals days, the Indian River County Sheriff's Office has been inundated with tips and reports related to school threats, just as other law enforcement agencies across the country have been experiencing. We have established a tip line at 772-978-6116 or tips@ircsheriff.org . A team of detectives and school resource officers, working in partnership with school officials are dedicated to investigate every threat or tip received. We would encourage anyone with an active tip or information to provide them through the listed tip options.

Proper reporting of incidents is imperative. A number of rumors continue to be shared on social media. These rumors are exacerbating the panic associated with these threats. Again, we encourage parents to strongly monitor the social media of their children. This tip line and email was established as a clearing house for information related to any school threats. If any arrests are made associated with a school threat, we will share information as soon as possible.
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Indian River County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
Statement on School Threats

Media Release: February 21, 2018

Over the past two school days, the Indian River County Sheriff's Office has fielded a number of tips from students, parents, and concerned citizens relating to threats on school campuses. Each of these threats are taken seriously, investigated thoroughly, and followed up on. As of this time, no arrests have been made in connection with any of these incidents, however, some have resulted in school discipline up to expulsion. Social media has largely been the platform for these incidents. We would encourage parents to strongly monitor the social media accounts of their children.

Indian River County Sheriff Deryl Loar stated, "We take every single tip we receive as being credible until we can prove otherwise. We know many students and parents are anxious in wake of last week's tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. We assure you that we are working hard to protect our most vulnerable asset, the children of our community. Criminal prosecution and school discipline will be sought for those who disrupt school functions."