Palm Beach County Jail

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Palm Beach County is the third-most populous county in Florida, with 1.320,134 residents as of the 2010 census. It lies on the east coast of the state, between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Okeechobee, which forms its northwestern border. The total area is 2,383 square miles, the third-largest county in Florida. Over 17% of the county’s area is covered by water. Although most of the region is urban, it has approximately 526,000 acres of farmland. Vegetables, nursery plants, and sugarcane are produced in western and central areas. Tourism helps make it the wealthiest county in the state.

The county was founded in 1909, when it was split from Dade County, and named for the barrier island that is its most famous resort. The county seat is West Palm Beach, the oldest city in the area, located on the mainland west of the barrier island.  It was incorporated in 1894, and grew steadily for the next three decades, boosted by tourists brought south by the Florida East Coast Railway.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Department of Corrections administers two jail facilities. The Main Detention Center houses a total of 2,126 inmates. The majority are maximum, medium, and minimum custody adult males. Juveniles and special population adult male and female inmates are also housed here. The facility is located at the Sheriff’s headquarters Complex, 3228 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, Florida 33406. The phone number for this facility is 561-688-4400.

The second facility, the West Detention Center, is located at 38811 James Wheeler Way, Belle Glade, Florida 33430. All custody levels are housed in this 999-bed jail. To inquire about inmates at this facility, call 561-992-1580.

To visit an inmate in either of the county facilities, it is necessary to register through the website. All visitation is by video, and regardless of the inmate’s location, you have the choice of using Central Video Visitation at 9620 Process Drive in West Palm Beach or the West County Video Visitation Center at the Belle Glade facility.  

The South Bay Correctional Facility is contracted to the Florida Department of Corrections and was opened in 1997. It houses up to 1,948 adult male inmates in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. The facility is located at 600 U.S. Highway 27 South, South Bay, Florida 33493. The phone number is 561-992-9505.

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The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office has over 4,000 dedicated and professional employees waiting to help you in any way and is built on a foundation of trust and performance achieved through the setting of goals and the willingness to adapt.
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#BUSTED Human Trafficking

In late 2017, Palm Beach County Human Trafficking Task Force was contacted by a local municipality in reference to possible human trafficking activity. The original caller advised he was in the area where he observed an individual that had two females with him, and it “looked like human trafficking.”

An ongoing investigation lead to the recovery of four adult females who alleged that they were forced to engage in prostitution.

On March 15, 2018, arrest warrants were signed and executed by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office for the arrest of Floyd Lopez, Demetrius Wells, and Nicholas Sukie for multiple charges. On May 22, 2018, all three suspects were booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on the following charges: Armed Human Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Sexual Battery, False Imprisonment, Deriving Support from Proceeds of Prostitution, Maintaining House of Prostitution and Renting Space to be Used for Prostitution.

The probable cause affidavits can be retrieved from the PBC Clerk’s Office system.

An anti-human trafficking task force was formed in 2017 by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. To date, the PBC Human Trafficking Task Force is comprised of federal, state and local investigators spanning from St. Lucie to Miami Dade County. The task force works in close partnership with all levels of prosecution to include the United States Attorney’s Office, Office of the Statewide Prosecution and PBC State Attorney’s Office.

Human trafficking is described as the exploitation of another person for labor, domestic servitude or commercial sexual activity through the use of fraud, force or coercion. Some have called it modern-day slavery.
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DBPD officers stepped into a precarious situation after multiple people called 911 to report that a woman and two children were on a roof. Officers arrived just after 4 p.m. Saturday, May 19 and quickly became aware of the frightening scenario they faced. A 23-year-old woman, acting erratically and refusing to listen to officers’ commands, was perched on a narrow ledge over the garage of a townhouse about 15-20-feet above the ground. A 1-year-old boy and 3-year-old girl stood with her. Officer Rob Addea immediately positioned himself under the window, ready to catch a child or the woman if necessary. He pleaded with her to get the children off the narrow, rain-soaked ledge. “Just get the kids back inside” Addea said. “Please. Please. That’s all we want you to do.” Officer Matt Warne joined him. At the same time, Sgt. Mike Debree and Sgt. Brian Griffith arrived, went in through the front door, up to the second floor, through a bedroom and out the window onto the ledge. Worried that the children would fall or be pushed, Sgt. Debree got ahold of each child’s arm. Sgt. Griffith tried to reason with the agitated and seemingly paranoid young woman, even showing her his badge to reassure her that he was a law enforcement officer, to no avail. Other DBPD officers were able to open the window of an adjoining townhouse, and Sgt. Debree walked the frightened children several feet along the ledge and handed them through the window to the waiting officers. Sgt. Griffith and several officers then lifted the woman through a window to safety. She was committed to a mental health facility under Florida’s Baker Act. She may face criminal charges once released. Florida’s Department of Children and Families is conducting an investigation and has taken custody of the children.
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