There are two facilities under the Volusia County’s Corrections Division jurisdictionThe court has the power to hear a case.: the Volusia County Correctional Facility and the Volusia County Branch Jail. Both are off U.S. 92, west of Daytona Beach and east of DeLand.
The Volusia County Correctional Facility (VCCF) opened in November 1977. The Volusia County Correctional Facility has an original design capacity of 234. Presently, the authorized capacity is 595. The authorized capacity for both facilities is 1,494.
The mission of Volusia County’s Corrections Services is the constitutional detention of persons accusedA person charged with an offence of violation of the law and awaiting trial, in the process of trial, convicted and sentenced to county institutions and those being detained for other agencies.
The Volusia County Division of Corrections is a Volusia County correctional agency, supported by local property tax dollars. Volusia’s jails are inspected annually by certified county jail inspectors from other county jails in accordance with the Florida Model Jail Standards. The annual inspection includes a population status report; a review of admission, classification, and release policies; an inspection of housing and food service areas, security and control, and sanitation. Volusia County’s correctional facilities were recently certified to be in compliance with the Florida Model Jail Standards on June 3, 2011.
Volusia County Correctional Facility Related Files
How to visit an inmate at the Volusia County Correctional Facility ?
Visitation at the Volusia County Correctional Facility is Tuesday through Saturday, and the following visitation sessions are available:
1:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
1:40 p.m. to 2:10 p.m.
2:20 p.m. to 2:50 p.m.
3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
7:10 p.m. to 7:40 p.m.
7:50 p.m. to 8:20 p.m.
Photo identification is required to visit Volusia County Correctional Facility
All adult visitors must have photo identification displaying a date of birth, such as a driver’s license or state identification card. Any identification card which appears altered will not be accepted. Student identification cards are not accepted.
Children under age 18 must have a photo I.D., a birth certificate, or other legal custodyThe condition of being in the care of the police, Corrective Services or Juvenile Justice as opposed being at liberty in the community. papers, such as adoption, ward of court, etc. An adult must accompany visitors under age 18. Breast feeding is not permitted while visiting. If children are not controlled in visitation, the visitor will be asked to leave. Children under 18 are not to be left unattended.
Frequency of visits – One visiting session per day per inmate Tuesday through Saturday.
Number of visitors — Up to two people and two small children may visit an inmate at one time. Once the visitor leaves, he or she will not be permitted back into visitation.
All visitors must be appropriately dressed – No see-through or revealing garments are permitted. Examples include, but are not limited to: no short-shorts, no miniskirts, no cleavage, nothing strapless, no spandex, no muscle or mesh T-shirts. Anyone wearing clothing deemed inappropriate by the Operations Supervisor will not be permitted a visit and will be asked to leave the building.
Can I call and speak to an inmate?
No. However, inmates have access to a telephone in their cell block and are permitted to make collect calls only. Due to the size of the inmate population, it is not possible for corrections staff to take and relay personal messages to inmates. Emergency messages are taken, but will be validated first, before being given to the inmate. If you have information about an inmate’s medical or mental health that is current and relevant to their in-custodyThe condition of being in the care of the police, Corrective Services or Juvenile Justice as opposed being at liberty in the community. care, you may call the jail’s main number and ask to speak with clinic staff. Inmates may also correspond by mail.