Palm Beach County Corrections does not allow inmates to receive envelopes through the mail unless it is legal mail from the court or their lawyer. All inmate mail must be written on a solid color POSTCARD, standard size and written or typed in blue or black ink. The postcard must include the Inmate’s Booked Name, Jacket Number and Cell assignment or it won’t be delivered. The mailing addresses for each jail can be found on the jail pages linked below.
The Palm Beach County Booking Blotter provides the following information on every person arrested:
Booking Date & Time
Release Date & Time
Jacket & Booking Numbers
Date of Birth
Race & Gender
The Booking Blotter allows you to view everyone arrested either today or any date range you want.
You must enter the person arrestee’s last name, but if you don’t know the exact spelling or want to see a larger group of arrestees or inmates, just enter a single letter, such as the letter ‘A’ to see all the offenders arrested during the date range you enter whose last name begins with 'A'.
To view mugshots online of the most recent 300 people booked into the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, go here. They update recent arrests continuously throughout the day and night.
To find an inmate's bond, you can either view it online or by calling 561-688-4340. To pay an inmate’s bond follow these instructions. You can always post an inmate’s bond online if you can’t physically appear.
In order to mail the inmate, use the Inmate Mail address above. Palm Beach County DOES NOT allow envelopes. All mail must be a solid color postcard using black or blue ink or type only and have their name, Jacket # and if you have it, cell assignment. Make sure you read the mail rules carefully if you want your mail to be delivered.
It is recommended that you never discuss intimate details of the inmate’s court case in any email, visit, letter or phone conversation. Nothing is private while they are in jail and any information you discuss can be used against them in court.
Make sure you read all the Inmate Rules & Regulations. Understanding these will answer most of your questions about their stay in jail.