The core functions of the Corrections Division is to provide care, custody and control for all inmates incarcerated. There are two separate facilities for housing of inmates: the Main Detention Unit and the Community Work Release Center.
The Main Detention Unit is a 664 bed facility which houses both male and female inmates waiting for their pre-trial hearing. All offenders arrested in St. Johns County are processed through the main facility and will remain in this facility until they are sentenced or released as required by the courts.
The Community Work Release Center (CWRC) is a 100 bed facility which houses male inmates who are sentenced to the county jail for 364 days or less. Inmates housed in this facility are allowed to participate in the work release program or county work squad provided they meet the facility criteria.
Our Court Services handles the statutory responsibility for the service of process and execution of writs. These judicial process documents originate from the courts, governmental agencies, and private attorneys. Please note that the Court Services does not provide legal advice or assist in the preparation of any documents. For information on Florida statutes and fees, please click here.
During incarceration, inmates are provided the opportunity to participate in a variety of programs. There are currently nine different organizations conducting over 15 different recovery, educational and certificate programs on a regular basis. There are also 16 different churches and ministries represented on a monthly or weekly basis in the jail. There are clergy volunteers and 2 part-time chaplains that serve regularly. These programs include…
When paying with money orders for cash bonds, all money orders must be verified before a bond is processed.
- Detention Center: 904.209.1443
- Booking: 904.209.3125
- Nursing: 904.209.1986
To schedule inmate property pickup, please call:
- Monday thru Friday 0800-1630.
Please call (904.209.1430) to confirm that our receptionist has the property release form needed on file before arriving at the jail.