Jail Visit PBSO
- To visit an inmate in Palm Beach County, visitors will need to register with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office before their first visit
- Once potential visitors register, they will receive an e-mail that explains how to get their visitor information and details to the inmate they’re trying to see. That inmate will need to add each individual visitor’s name to their approved list before the visitor can access the jail premises
- It’s recommended that potential visitors to a Palm Beach County inmate arrive at least 30 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment, so they can be checked in around 20 minutes before their visitation
For inmates who are located in a prison in Palm Beach County, they will need to have their visitors on a pre-approved list to be allowed in the prison. People who want to register to visit an inmate can use the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Inmate Visitation Scheduling Website. Attornies who want to schedule a same day visit are allowed to do so, but they will need to call the jail’s central control office and inform them of the name of the inmate, and the time they want to visit.
Palm Beach County has two visitation centers. One is located at 9620 Weisman Way in West Palm Beach, while the other one is at 2890 State Road 15 in Belle Glade.
Email is actually the easiest and fastest way to stay in contact with an inmate in a Palm Beach County jail. Once an account is set up, emails that are sent are hand delivered to the inmate, where the inmate is allowed to respond via standard mail.
To contact the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office regarding an inmate visitation appointment:
- Use the “Contact Us” link that is located on the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Department website