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Orange County Florida Corrections

Orange County Florida Corrections
3855 S John Young Pkwy
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970

407-836-4300

The Orange County Florida Corrections is the main jail in Orange County Florida. While the police in the cities and towns in Orange County can arrest and detain offenders, the Orange County Florida Corrections is the facility that is accredited by Florida to hold inmates for more than 72 hours.

The Orange County Florida Corrections, located at:
3855 S John Young Pkwy
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970 
can be reached 24 hours a day, 365 days a year at 407-836-4300.

The main reason that people call 407-836-4300 is to find out if a particular person is in custody, although you can look up an inmate online by going here. You can also get answers to whatever questions about an inmate, and the services for Orange County Florida Corrections that you may have by clicking on any of the questions below:

How to search for an inmate?
Can you look up an inmate’s mugshot?
How do you look up an offender’s criminal charges, bond or inmate number?
How do you visit an inmate?
What are the visitation hours?
Can you visit inmates in Orange County by video from home?
How do you get phone calls from an inmate?
Can you send mail, books, or newspapers to an inmate?
How do you send an inmate money?
Does Orange County Florida Corrections have inmate commissary?
Can an inmate receive and/or send email or text messages?
Do inmates in Orange County have access to computers or tablets?
How do you pay an inmate’s bail or bond?

Every year the Orange County Florida Corrections has approximately 82100 bookings, with a daily average of 4105 inmates and maintains control of the facility with a staff of 1026.

Inmates in this jail range from low level misdemeanor offenders to those being held and awaiting trial for violent crimes like robbery, rape, and murder. Therefore, given the mix of potentially dangerous inmates, the security level is very high. 

The Orange County Florida Corrections is equipped with a state-of-the-art locking system, closed circuit cameras covering every area where inmates are located, and jail staff that utilize a communication system that keeps each of the guards and civilian staff in constant contact. 

Guards that circulate in the same general area of the inmates are armed with eye-blinding mace that will turn an inmate having a violent outburst into a weeping child. They also carry stun weapons, short clubs, flashlights that have dual use as both a light source and as a weapon, and handcuffs. Guards at entrances and in areas not frequented by inmates are armed with various firearms. The goal of such tight security is to keep both the staff and the inmates safe.

For other jails in Orange County, jails in neighboring counties, and local police jails and juvenile detention centers for young offenders under age 18 in this county, click here.

Unlike the Florida Department of Corrections, where inmates are sent once convicted of a crime and sentenced to a period of more than a year, the Orange County Jail System is populated by short-term offenders; those who have just been arrested and awaiting to be bonded out by friends or family, those who cannot afford or get bailed and are awaiting trial, or those who have already been convicted of a crime and sentenced to a term of less than one year. Many of the latter inmates become ‘workers’, who can reduce their sentence by performing jail maintenance or working in the kitchen. An upside to being a worker is they also get paid a small stipend so when they get released, they have a few dollars in their pocket.

When an inmate is convicted and sentenced to a year or more, they are transferred to the Florida Department of Corrections or the Federal Bureau of Prisons.  

Inmates that are convicted of a misdemeanor and/or sentenced to less than one year of a state crime serve their time in the Orange County Florida Corrections. 

Illegal immigrants convicted of a state or federal crime will first do their time, then may be transferred into ICE custody for deportation.

How to Deposit Money in an Inmate's Trust Account in Order to Purchase Prepaid Calling Cards or Phone Calling Time

To Deposit Money in an inmate's account follow these steps:

  • Create a ConnectNetwork account 
  • Select your inmate, and add to them to your account,
  • Deposit money into his or her commissary account.

**NOTE** GTL is in a transition merging into a new company called ViaPath Technologies.


Features:

  • Deposit options available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via phone 877-650-4249, and online.
  • Mobile-friendly deposit options are available via their app.
  • Deposits and payments made through automated channels (ConnectNetwork Website, Mobile App, Toll Free Phone, or Kiosk at the jail) are transmitted to the facility within one business day.
  • Deposits that are mailed are processed the next business day after they are received by GTL.
  • Inmate can choose how to spend the funds you deposit.

All the information you need to understand depositing money into an inmate's trust fund, specifically for phone calls in Orange County, can be found on our Send Money Page.


 

How to Arrange Video Visitation with Orange County Florida Corrections Inmates

Follow these instructions to schedule and then visit an inmate using GTL.

  • Register yourself and all visitors.
  • Select Orange County Florida Corrections
  • Select your inmate.
  • Schedule your preferred time for the visit.

For all the information you need to know regarding scheduling, cost, rules, tips and guidelines of inmate visits at the Orange County Florida Corrections, check out our Visit Inmate Page.


 

How Do You Communicate with an Inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections by Phone

Follow these instructions on how to open an account with GTL Connect Network (aka Viapath Technologies)

  • Advance Pay - This phone account allows you to prepay so that your inmate can call you (and only you) whenever he/she wants and the cost of each call is deducted from your balance. You can even be notified by text when your balance gets low. You still have the option of accepting or rejecting each call.
  • Pin Debit  -  This option allows you to fund an inmate's commissary account and lets him pay for phone calls to you and others with the money. You will have no control over who your inmate calls.
  • Voicemail  -  You can leave a secure voicemail without having to contact the facility. When you call the local phone number for a facility offering Inmate Voicemail (call Customer Service at 877-650-4249 to get the local voicemail number for Orange County Florida Corrections, you will be informed of the cost for leaving a message. To leave your message, simply select the inmate by ID number. Then, record your voicemail.

For full instructions on the Orange County Florida Corrections Inmate Phone Syste, what the costs are, how it works, and tips and guidelines on rules, regulations and saving money on calls, check out our Send Money Page.


 

How to Send a Carepack Commissary Package Directly to an Inmate in Orange County

To send a commissary carepack (food, snacks and goods) directly to an inmate in Orange County Florida Corrections follow these steps:

  • Register here to create an account with icaregifts for Orange County.
  • Choose Florida, then Orange County Florida Corrections, and then the products you want shipped to them, and input your payment method. 
  • NOTE: There may be a limit on how much product you can send your inmate in Orange County at any one time.
  • There are a total of fourteen (14) pre-determined icaregift packs available to choose from. 
  • The gift packs for inmates in Orange County range in price from $10.49 for ten pre-stamped envelopes, 2 pens and a pad of writing paper, to $104.99 for a box of 85 snack and food items.

For all information, tips and available items for shipping Commissary packages to an inmate in Orange County Florida Corrections, as well as sending money to the inmate so that they can purchase their own items, check out our Commissary Instructions Page for Orange County.


 

Third Party Jail Inmate Services for Orange County Florida Corrections

Communication and Monetary Services for Family and Friends of Inmates

Gone are the days where Orange County Florida Corrections supervised their own phone system, mail system, visitation, commissary and inmate money deposit systems. Jails throughout the United States are now partnering with high tech companies to provide and manage these servives for them and the jail in Orange County is no different.

Everything from video calls, to messages to visitation, and even digital mail and money deposits can be done from your home computer or personal device. Inmates in Orange County Florida Corrections, if they don't already, will soon have their own personal tablets for watching movies, TV shows, access to educational and and legal information, and more.

As Orange County Florida Corrections adds these services, JAILEXCHANGE will add them to our pages, helping you access the services and answering your questions about how to use them and what they cost.

You can check out this information now by going to the: Family Info page, Visit Inmate page, Inmate Mail page, Inmate Phone page, Send Money page, Inmate Bail page, Mugshots page, Text/Email an Inmate page, Commissary page, Remote Visits page, or the Tablet Rental page. 

Orange County Florida Corrections

STATE COUNTY BEDS
Florida Orange 4,105


PHYSICAL ADDRESS

3855 S John Young Pkwy
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970


TELEPHONE NUMBER

INMATE MAIL

Inmate's First and Last Name
Booking # and cell location
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970


EMAIL

[email protected]


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Frequently Asked Questions

How many inmates are in the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida?
There are 4105 inmates in the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida. While that is what they are approved to have incarcerated at any one time, they have on occasion had to add additional beds, even having inmates sleep on the floor when overcrowding becomes an issue. When possible, Orange County Florida Corrections will temporarily transfer some inmates to a neighboring facility, or if necessary, release some offenders from custody. Learn more about how to search for a specific inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections.

How many people get arrested and booked into the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida every year?
In 2021, a total of 82100 offenders were booked into the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida. That is less than previous years, mostly due to restrictions related to the COVID pandemic. As of April 2022, the number of arrests and bookings are returning to normal, which means they are running higher than 2021. Learn more about how to search for an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections.

How many people work at the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida?
The Orange County Florida Corrections maintains a staff of approximately 1026. Staff positions include correction officers, maintenance, clerical, kitchen workers and management. Florida law allows for inmates to work alongside the paid staff during their incarceration, saving the facility money. Even though the inmates are paid, the cost is less than 15% of what a normal worker from the outside would be paid.

Does the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida have an inmate search or jail roster to see who is in custody?
Yes, the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida has an Inmate Search Roster feature. Learn more about how to search for an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections. When you get to this page click on the big green button that reads 'OFFICIAL Orange County Florida Corrections INMATE LIST'. After clicking on the link, type in the offender's name and then click 'search'. You can always call and speak to someone on the staff at 407-836-4300 if you are have further questions. In most cases the Inmate Roster provides information about the inmate's bond, criminal charges, mugshot, and even their release date, as long as they are not being sent to a Florida prison or the US Bureau of Prisons to serve a sentence that is longer than one year.

What is the address and phone number of the Orange County Florida Corrections in Florida?
The Orange County Florida Corrections address and phone number is: 3855 S John Young Pkwy
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970. Their phone number is 407-836-4300. To find out the address for sending an inmate mail, sending newspapers, magazines or care packages, learn more about how to mail an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections.

Where do I found out all the inmate services at Orange County Florida Corrections, such as visitation policy and schedule, how the inmate phone system works, emailing an inmate, and sending them money to buy things in commissary?
Here is where you get direct access to all the information you need for Orange County Florida Corrections inmate services: Learn more about how to visit an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections. Learn more about how to get phone calls from an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections. Learn more about how to text/email an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections. Learn more about how to send money to an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections. Learn more about how to mail an inmate and what's allowed in the Orange County Florida Corrections. Learn more about inmate commissary in the Orange County Florida Corrections.

How do I bail or bond an inmate out of the Orange County Florida Corrections?
Call 407-836-4300 for the type of bond and any information that is required for a particular individual at Orange County Florida Corrections. A bond is set according to a court-approved schedule. You will either have to pay a cash bail, or put up a private, surety or a property bond to guarantee to the court that the defendant will return on their assigned court date. Learn more about how to bail or bond out an inmate in the Orange County Florida Corrections.

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