Polk County Jail

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Polk County is located in central Florida, between Orlando and Tampa. Its eastern boundary is formed by the Kissimmee River. The population, as of the 2010 census, was 602,095. The county was named for James K. Polk, the 11th President of the United States, when it was established in 1861. The total area is 2,011 square miles, making it the fifth-largest county in the state. While the largest city is Lakeland, the county seat is Bartow. The largest industries in the county are tourism, phosphate mining, and agriculture. The most important agricultural products are citrus, honey, beef, and blueberries. Polk County is the top citrus producer in the state.

The Department of Detention, under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office, is responsible for the operation of the two jail facilities in the county. The oldest facility is the Central County Jail, located at 2390 Bob Phillips Road, Bartow, Florida 33830, constructed in 1985 and expanded in 1988. It houses a maximum of 800 adult and juvenile male and female inmates. All mail for inmates, regardless of where they are housed, should be addressed to this location. For information about this jail, call 863-534-6123. To schedule a visit with an inmate here, call 863-534-6153.

The newest and largest facility, the South County Jail, is located at 1103 US Hwy. 98 West, Frostproof, Florida 33843. It opened in 2000, and was expanded in 2010 to house 1,775 adult male inmates. For information about this facility, call 863-635-6920. Video visitation is scheduled on a first come, first served basis onsite.

Also located in the county is the Polk Correctional Institution, under the direction of the Florida Department of Corrections. This facility, built in 1978, houses up to 1,208 adult male inmates. The Institution is located at 10800 Evans Road, Polk City, Florida 33868. To inquire about an inmate or visitation, call 863-984-2273, or visit the Department of Corrections website.

A second state-run facility in Polk County, the Avon Park Correctional Institution, is located at 8100 Highway 64 East, Avon Park, Florida 33825. Established in 1957, it can house a maximum of 956 adult male inmates. For questions about visitation rules or a specific inmate, call 863-452-8801.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Polk County?

Tommy's Bail Bonds

home 1022 S Combee Rd, Lakeland, FL 33801, USA
phone (863) 665-2005

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4.5 out of 5 stars

April Ortiz
April Ortiz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Tommy is the best! He was the only one to help me get my loved one out of jail at 1 am! Others say 24 hours but they are not!

amber gamble
amber gamble

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

They have helped me fast when all others wouldn't because they wanted more then i had

Marissa Turrubiartes
Marissa Turrubiartes

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

He told us that he couldn't guarantee that he could do anything since it was the middle of the night (9:45), so what is the point of being a 24 hour bond service?Nor was I informed that i needed to call after a certain time to make sure he was actually at the office since they do apparently close at a certain time despite the "24 hour" claim I thankfully don't have to deal with bonding people out of jail ever, just this first and hopefully last time, but this place was definitely of very little help and not very informative after I explained that I have not ever done anything like this. I understand the circumstance and that the person in jail did wrong, but you would think that if you are running a business you would attempt to be just a little bit more helpful, after all, I am a potential customer, not the offender!

Polk County Jail Address: 455 NORTH BROADWAY BARTOW FL 33830

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RT @fineout: Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd going over his “Sentinel” program to Gov. Rick Scott. Calls for deputizing and training school… PolkCoSheriff photo
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@kjross1970 Not at this time but several others like yourself have asked. We appreciate your support & willingness to help!
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@TheodorePupples @sephy_triaxis @Webber_edu Just trying to get some clarification from someone saying that our deputies aren't well-trained. It's all good, you're welcome to feel any way you want, it doesn't hurt us at all. 😀

Polk County Sheriff's Office

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Polk County Sheriff's Office was live.20 hours ago
Dr. Keith Wade, President and CEO of Webber International University, and Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd, announce the launch of the Sheriff's Sentinel Program to enhance the safety of an already safe and secure community of students, faculty, staff, and guests at Webber International University's campus in Babson Park, Florida.

This morning Dr. Wade and Sheriff Judd are signing the contract, discussing the program and campus safety, and answering questions from the media.

Click here to read the news release with full details about the program: http://www.polksheriff.org/NewsRoom/News%20Releases/Pages/02-22-2018.aspx
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Polk County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.23 hours ago
Hey Facebook fans and social media sleuths - do you recognize this wallet thief?

Sometime between February 11th and 12th, 2018, an unknown suspect broke into a home on Wildwood Way in Davenport and stole the victim's wallet, containing a Michigan driver's license, and several credit cards. Around 7:18 a.m. on February 12th, one of the credit cards was used to purchase gas at the Circle K gas station on Sand Mine Road in Davenport. The suspect who used the stolen card, and his vehicle, can be seen here. The vehicle appears to be a Ford Windstar minivan.

If anyone has information about this theft or can identify this suspect, they are urged to contact Detective Ardon at 863-236-3900.

Anyone with information who wants to REMAIN ANONYMOUS and be eligible for a CASH REWARD is asked to call HEARTLAND CRIME STOPPERS AT 1-800-226-TIPS or log onto www.P3tips.com to submit your tip via the web. For a secure and password protected mobile app for your smart device, go to the app store and download the free “P3tips” mobile app. No caller ID, no recorded lines, no tracking cookies, no saved IP addresses. Anonymity is Guaranteed!!

#PCSO #HeartlandCrimeStoppers #NobodyLikesAThief
Polk County Sheriff's Office
Polk County Sheriff's Office24 hours ago
On this #ThrowbackThursday we'd like to honor our PCSO Alumni members - do you see someone you recognize? Leave us a comment or tag them below!

There are decades' worth of service in this photo - thank you all for your commitment to excellence!

#PCSO #AlumniMembers #TBT
Polk County Sheriff's Office
Polk County Sheriff's Office is with Pinellas County Sheriff's Office and St. Petersburg Police Department.2 days ago
Meet Remond Brown II.

The Polk County Sheriff's Office would really like to speak with him. Not because he's a wonderful conversationalist, but because we have a warrant for his arrest (#WarrantOfTheDay)with charges like 2nd Degree Attempted Murder, Battery (Domestic Violence), Violation of an Injunction, and Grand Theft Motor Vehicle.

He might actually be a wonderful conversationalist. We doubt it though...he seems to talk too much with his hands. We welcome the opportunity for him to come in and prove us wrong.

On Saturday, February 17th, in the area of Hwy 60 East and Silvio Road, Lake Wales, Brown and the victim were travelling together in a black Honda Accord (pictured). Remond began punching the victim in the face multiple times, then pushed her out of the vehicle while he was driving at highway speed. Other travelers on the road stopped to help the victim, but not Remond. He did stop, but only to look back at the victim and yell, "Blank this blank", before getting back into the car, and driving off. And no, "blank" was not the word he used.

Remond lives in the St. Petersburg area, and that's where he probably is now, so please share this with any of your Facebook friends and family over that way. We have a driver standing-by to go pick him up so our detectives can converse with him here in Polk County.

Remond Brown is about 5'4", 170lbs, and may still be driving around in the black 2017 Honda Accord (FL tag: 717TDH).

If you have information about Remond's whereabouts and wish to remain anonymous, call Heartland Crime Stoppers for a possible reward - CASH! - call 1-800-226-TIPS (8477). www.heartlandcrimestoppers.com.

#PCSO #WarrantOfTheDay
#BadBadRemondBrown #ApologiesToJimCroce
#WelcomeToConversationTimeWithPolkDetectives
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Polk County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
Hey Facebook fans and social media sleuths - do you recognize this truck? The orange one driving by, not the parked one. While it's not illegal to drive an orange truck (even if it is an icky color) we believe the guy driving it is a suspect in a residential burglary that occurred on Thursday, Feb 8th on April Street East in Lakeland.

While the homeowner was away, between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. that day, this orange-pickup-truck-guy broke into the victim's home and stole $2,000 worth of items, including three TVs and a Playstation, and some blank checks.

No, we aren't positive it's a guy, but the three-TVs-and-a-Playstation clue kinda leads us to think it is.

If you know anything about this residential burglary or that truck, please call Detective Williams at 863-499-2400.

Anyone with information who wants to REMAIN ANONYMOUS and be eligible for a CASH REWARD is asked to call HEARTLAND CRIME STOPPERS AT 1-800-226-TIPS or log onto www.P3tips.com to submit your tip via the web. For a secure and password protected mobile app for your smart device, go to the app store and download the free “P3tips” mobile app. No caller ID, no recorded lines, no tracking cookies, no saved IP addresses. Anonymity is Guaranteed!!

#PCSO #HeartlandCrimeStoppers #OrangeYouGladYourTruckIsBlueMeaningTheSuspectProllyAintYou #ItMightEvenBeFadedRed
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Polk County Sheriff's Office added 17 new photos.3 days ago
On Monday, February 19, 2018, Sheriff Judd and the Polk Sheriff's Charities, Inc., board members presented sponsored team uniforms to 17 youth athletic organizations in Polk County. Each team or organization also received a check for $250.00 from the charity.

"Our charity is proud to support sportsmanship, teamwork, and youth activities in this great county of ours. We believe in positive motivation and encouraging kids to get outside and play. Thank you to everyone who continues to support Polk Sheriff's Charities, so we can give back to our community." - Grady Judd, Sheriff

Athletes from the following organizations will be wearing the Polk Sheriff's Charities, Inc. shirts, pants, and hats, this year:

Auburndale Youth Baseball
Bartow Dixie Baseball
Christina Girls Softball
City of Lakeland T-ball and Basketball
Dundee Ridge Youth Baseball
Fort Meade Dixie Youth Baseball
Florida Youth Baseball League
Frostproof Youth Ball
Greater Winter Haven Youth Baseball
Lake Wales Pirates
Lakeland Highlands Babe Ruth
Polk City Baseball League
Northeast Rattlers
North Lakeland Baseball & Softball
South Lakeland Babe Ruth
Wahneta Softball
Winter Haven Wolverines

If you see your team pic in this album, please tag yourself!

Have a great time this year, everyone!
Polk County Sheriff's Office
Polk County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
Sheriff Grady Judd held a news conference earlier today with several media outlets about three criminal cases and he was asked to discuss the issue of protecting our children on school campus. Sheriff Judd discussed several proposals that he and other Sheriffs are supporting, including active assailant education and training for students, teachers and staff; strengthening physical security measures at schools, reforming Florida’s Baker Act so that people with mental health issues who have violent ideations can receive intervention and treatment; and a tightly structured volunteer program that would allow qualified teachers and staff with extensive training to carry concealed weapons on campus to protect children in the event an active shooter came onto a school campus, similar to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office Sentinel Program.

The Sentinel Program was implemented and established, in partnership with Southeastern University in 2017. The program creates special deputies who are selected by the University and screened by PCSO staff, including criminal background checks, drug testing, and a psychological evaluation. The Sentinels are required to successfully complete training with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office Training Section prior to appointment, that consists of 132 hours of comprehensive active assailant, firearm safety, and firearm proficiency training.

For more information about the Sheriff’s Sentinel Program, visit http://www.polksheriff.org/NewsRoom/News%20Releases/Pages/PCSOSentinelProgram.aspx

#schoolsafety #SafeSchools #polksheriff
Polk County Sheriff's Office
Polk County Sheriff's Office
Polk County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
To all the runners out there...there will be finisher medals 🎖️🎖️
Polk County Sheriff's Office
Polk County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
Happy Presidents' Day!

Many offices, businesses, and schools are closed today in observance of the holiday. Just so you know, our offices are open today. Of course, even when our offices are closed, we're still answering calls. Why? Because crooks and people making bad decisions don't operate on office hours.

#PCSO #PresidentsDay
#WorkinForTheMan #ByTheManWeMeanGradyJudd
#WeAreShortStaffedTooButWeAreAlwaysServing
#WeCouldUseSomeTacosToo