Manatee County Jail

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Manatee County is located south of Tampa Bay on the Gulf of Mexico coast in west central Florida. The Manatee River forms the northwest border of the county. Established in 1855, the county takes its name from the official state marine mammal of the state, the endangered Florida manatee. The population was 322,833 as of the 2010 census, and the total area is 893 square miles, of which nearly 17% is covered by water.

The county seat and largest city is Bradenton, located in the west central part of the county. It was established in 1842 and named after Dr. Joseph Braden, who lived in the area and sheltered settlers in his fort-like home during attacks by Seminole Indians. Tropicana Products has its juice production plant here. Bradenton is also home to the Pittsburg Pirates, a major league baseball team, during spring training.

The Manatee County Jail, supervised by the Sheriff’s Office, is located at 14470 Harlee Road, Palmetto, Florida 34221. The facility can house 1,300 male and female adults and juveniles. Only postcards may be mailed to inmates at the jail. Video visitation is available at the visitation center, located at 2705 County Line Road, also in Palmetto, north of Bradenton. In order to schedule a visit, call 941-747-3011, extension 2902, between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. on the day prior to the intended visit. It is not possible to schedule a visit more than one day in advance. For general questions about the jail or an inmate, dial extension 2915. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

The jail offers many educational programs for inmates, including GED classes, sewing, culinary arts, diesel mechanics, horticulture, meat processing, auto body, and welding. The jail also operates a Work Farm, which helps lower the cost of food for inmates. The farm includes 6,000 laying hens for egg production, a hog operation, hydroponics greenhouses for growing lettuce, meat and fish processing, tank-grown tilapia, and fresh vegetable production. There is also a beef herd.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Manatee County?

Bad Boy Bail Bonds

home 1101 9th Ave W, Bradenton, FL 34205, USA
phone (941) 799-3278

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4.4 out of 5 stars

Tiny Kelling
Tiny Kelling

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

These people are the greatest. I appreciate the staff so very much. Ever need honest, reliable and treated like a person, not just another number, dollar sign or made to feel shame for your mistake. They are the greatest!!!

Also, all the stress your going through, trying to remember your court date & time, another wonderful quality for "BAD BOY BAIL BONDSMAN" they keep track of that & send you a reminder. They really make life easier for you through your ordeal.

Can't say enough about them except, THANK YOU

Jack Cole
Jack Cole

5 out of 5 stars

posted 7 months ago

They worked with us on payments, kept my wife at ease with daily phone calls.... Feels a little trashy to say this but it feels great to have good credit and rapport with a local. Bondsman.

Tiny Kelling
Tiny Kelling

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

I can say, when you walk into their office, they make you feel completely comfortable.

Manatee County Jail Address: 14470 HARLEE ROAD PALMETTO FL 34221

2 days ago
It's going to be a wet Memorial Day weekend so be careful on the roads and don't do anything you'll regret as deputies will be looking for impaired drivers.
3 days ago
Great job by deputies this morning as they arrest Anthony Washington after he breaks into four medical offices. Washington is a suspect in multiple burglaries in Manatee and surrounding counties. https://t.co/NNgDU3Y1JF ManateeSheriff photo
5 days ago
Deputies arrested a Bayshore High School student today for carrying a loaded gun on campus. Thanks to students at Bayshore for telling school officials who in turn notified the school resource deputies on campus.
1 week ago
Dog found @ 301 and Victory Rd in Ellenton. Delivered to Animal Services. If you know the owner please notify them https://t.co/vkZjuiSs4N ManateeSheriff photo

Manatee County Sheriff's Office

It shall be the mission of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office to provide service to the community and respond to crime in the best tradition of professional law enforcement. In order to meet this objective, the following policy statements are promulgated to serve as goals in the day to day operation of the agency. Goals: The goal of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office is to provide for the safety and security of the citizens and visitors of Manatee County, and to the greatest extent possible, to fulfill the constitutional requirement to ensure domestic tranquility. To attain that end, the agency seeks to: 1.Provide a professional well-trained force of law enforcement and correction deputies to assure the highest possible level of service 2.Provide deputies with the equipment and administrative support necessary to fulfill their responsibility. 3.Improve procedures and techniques, and utilize the most practical technology available to quickly bring criminal offenders to justice. 4.Administer information and education programs that will aid in the prevention of crime. 5.Serve as faithful stewards of public resources made available to achieve our goals, and seek innovative means to maximize savings through efficient use of such resources. 6.Maintain facilities for secure and humane detention of those persons awaiting trial and for those sentenced to incarceration. 7.Provide properly managed and conducted juvenile programs as contracted for, assuring close adherence to standards established for such programs by the State of Florida. Accreditation: When the Manatee County Sheriff's Office became an accredited law enforcement agency, it affirmed our strong commitment to the highest standards of professionalism. By maintaining our accreditation, the Sheriff's Office continues to demonstrate its commitment to provide the best and most effective possible service to the community and neighboring law enforcement agencies The accreditation concept utilizes a voluntary, self-motivated approach by which organizations seek to achieve, objectively verify, and maintain high quality operations through periodic evaluations conducted by an independent, non-governmental body that has established standards for its "clientele." To earn and maintain accreditation, the Manatee County Sheriff's Office voluntarily complies with or exceeds nationally recognized standards of operation. Following application for accreditation, a law enforcement agency must undergo self-assessment, on-site assessment, commission review, and must maintain compliance. Since the accreditation process is an accomplishment that cannot be achieved without a total office-wide commitment, every employee of the sheriff's office contributes in some way to achieving and maintaining accreditation standards. The public's input toward accreditation standards and compliance is welcomed. ***All communication on this page may be subject to Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, and considered public record. The opinions expressed by visitors to this page do not reflect the opinions of the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office. The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to block users and delete material it deems to be inappropriate.***
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Be responsible this Memorial Day Weekend. Don't Drink and Drive!
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Our newest Dispatchers in training! So great to have you all in the office today for Bring Your Child to Work Day. Keep up the good work!
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Devan Clanton is wanted for Aggravated Battery. If you've seen him call (941) 747-3011 or Crime Stoppers at 1-866-634-TIPS #WarrantWednesday #Wanted
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Samoset Elementary students are ready for the summer but not before thanking deputies and crossing guards. Here's to a safe and fun summer!
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Michael Crouse is wanted for Battery. If you've seen him call (941) 747-3011 or Crime Stoppers at 1-866-634-TIPS #WarrantWednesday #Wanted
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Kameelah Fordham is wanted on Cocaine charges. If you've seen her call (941) 747-3011 or Crime Stoppers at 1-866-634-TIPS #WarrantWednesday #Wanted