Okaloosa County Jail

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Okaloosa County Jail

Okaloosa County is located in the Florida Panhandle and stretches from the Alabama border to the Gulf of Mexico coast. The popular tourist destinations of Destin and Fort Walton Beach are located in the county. Created in 1915 from parts of Santa Rosa and Walton counties, the name Okaloosa is a Choctaw Indian word that means “black water”. The county covers 1,082 square miles, of which 14% is water. As of the 2010 census, the population was 180,822. The county has experienced a huge increase in population since the 1930s, although it has slowed down in recent years. The county seat is Crestview, located near the center of the county.

The Okaloosa County Department of Corrections is under the oversight of the Board of County Commissioners rather than the sheriff’s office. The Department was established in 1989. The jail was originally designed to hold 124 inmates when it was built in 1963. Due to overcrowding and poor conditions, the inmates successfully sued the county in 1981. Since that time, four expansions have been built, bringing the overall capacity to 594 inmates. Despite the county’s efforts, the number of prisoners has continued to grow with the rapidly expanding population of the area, so the department still deals with seriously overcrowded facilities. There have been times that as many as 900 male and female adults and juveniles have been housed there at one time. Although the problem has eased somewhat, the county will probably be forced to expand the facility again in the near future.

The address of the jail is 1200 James Lee Blvd., Crestview, Florida 32539. In the lobby, visitors may deposit funds into an inmate’s account, use a terminal to schedule online visitation, and purchase phone cards for inmates. Only video visitation is allowed and must be scheduled at least 12 hours in advance. To inquire about a specific inmate or jail regulations, call the facility at 850-689-5690. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

The Florida Department of Corrections operates the Okaloosa Correctional Institution at 3189 Colonel Greg Malloy Road, Crestview, Florida 32539. The facility was opened in 1983 and houses a maximum of 894 adult male inmates. For more information, contact the Institution at 850-682-0931.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Okaloosa County?

Mr Clem's Bail Bonds

home Crestview, FL, USA
phone (850) 689-8848

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3.7 out of 5 stars

Daniel Wilson
Daniel Wilson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

This by far is the most unprofessional company I have ever dealt with in my life. They told use to meet them there at the jail at 300. We got there 9mins early they didn't show up till 330. While my family and I sat in the parking lot, mind you with a one year old. Then we get a nasty phone call at which time, they tell use they don't do buissness in the parking lot ,they told use to meet them. The lady has no couth and is very disrespectful.

Isabel Brown
Isabel Brown

1 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

Shockingly surprised they have a 5 star review I called there not knowing anything about bondsman my boyfriend called prior a lady answered to inform the lady I knew nothing about how it works and to give her additional information. She called me and was extremely rude right off the bat she told me they don't usually do boyfriend and girlfriend cosighning and I told her i understood but my boyfriend doesn't have anyone his parents are gone and he doesn't have anyone else and it seemed as if she thought i was lying? She continued to ask me questions in a rude manner and I asked her if I could speak with mr.clemmons because she's very rude and she hung up the phone on me I called back and she didn't answer, my boyfriend called her again and she lied and told him I hung up the phone on her and that I wasn't going to pick him up from jail and that I was rude. I lived in Fort Walton Beach for 25 years,
all my life and work for a great company in Destin,fl for 5 years I'm well educated woman and never in my life have I been treated with blatant disrespect. I understand bail bondsman don't care about customer service but there's a thing called human decency. I don't recommend this place at all.

Douglas Brown
Douglas Brown

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Clem has helped me and my customers on several occasions and has always provided excellent service

Okaloosa County Jail Address: 1200 EAST JAMES LEE BLVD. CRESTVIEW FL 32539

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