32950 Jail & Prison Records Search

See 32950 Jails & Prisons and search free public jail and prison records. Jails and prisons are correctional institutions which hold individuals who have been arrested, convicted of a misdemeanor, sentenced to prison, or incarcerated for a felony.


Indian River County Jail 4055 41st Avenue Vero Beach FL 32960 23.5 miles from 32950 772-569-6700


Brevard County Jail 860 Camp Road Cocoa FL 32927 34.8 miles from 32950 321-690-1500

Brevard Regional Juvenile Detention Center 5225 Dewitt Avenue Cocoa FL 32927 34.9 miles from 32950 321-690-3400

St Lucie County Jail 900 North Rock Road Fort Pierce FL 34945 37.7 miles from 32950 772-462-3450

Martin County Juvenile Detention Center 1301 Bell Avenue Fort Pierce FL 34982 42.8 miles from 32950 772-468-3940

Okeechobee County Juvenile Detention Center 1301 Bell Avenue Fort Pierce FL 34982 42.8 miles from 32950 772-468-3940

St Lucie Reg'L Juvenile Detention Center 1301 Bell Avenue Fort Pierce FL 34982 42.8 miles from 32950 772-468-3940

St Lucie Regional Juvenile Detention Center 1301 Bell Avenue Fort Pierce FL 34982 42.8 miles from 32950 772-468-3940

Osceola Regional Juvenile Detention Center 2330 New Beginnings Road Kissimmee FL 34744 52.2 miles from 32950 407-943-3055

Osceola County Corrections Department 402 Simpson Road Kissimmee FL 34744 52.4 miles from 32950 407-742-4444

Okeechobee County Jail PO Box 1397 Okeechobee FL 34973 53.5 miles from 32950 863-763-3117

Orange County Corrections PO Box 4970 Orlando FL 32802 53.7 miles from 32950 407-836-4300

Orange County Genesis Facility Jail PO Box 4970 Orlando FL 32802 53.7 miles from 32950 407-836-4300

Orange County Horizon Facility Jail PO Box 4970 Orlando FL 32802 53.7 miles from 32950 407-836-3612

Orange County Main Facility Jail PO Box 4970 Orlando FL 32802 53.7 miles from 32950 407-836-4300

Orange County Phoenix Facility Jail PO Box 4970 Orlando FL 32802 53.7 miles from 32950 407-836-4300

About Jails & Prisons

Jails and prisons house people who are awaiting trial and inmates who have been convicted of a crime. These facilities are divided into county jails, state prisons, and federal prisons.

Jails and prisons maintain records on every person who is currently or was formerly incarcerated at their facility. These records are open to the public and are often available through online databases.