Flagler Jail Specific Questions and Answers
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1. How many whites t-shirts can you bring with you?
You are not able to bring or retain any outside clothing. You may have clothing brought in for a jury trial. That clothing should be brought into the facility Monday- Friday between the hours of 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.
2. Can you bring your own meds?
Prior authorization is required to bring in medication. Our medical department may be reached at 386-586-4867.
3. How do you buy commissary and how long does it take to get?
You are able to order commissary from kiosks and tablets located inside the housing units. All orders must be placed by Wednesday night for Saturday delivery. Families may place money in your account by going to www.accesscorrections.com or by calling 866-345-1884.
Additionally, money orders may be dropped off at 1001 Justice Lane, Bunnell, Florida 32110 Monday – Friday from 8:00 am – 4:30 pm excluding Holidays. Families may also deposit cash or use a credit or debit card in the lobby kiosk during those times. Additionally, families may visit www.mycarepack.com to place an order to be delivered to you on Saturday.
4. How do you add people to your communication list?
Flagler County does not maintain communication lists. Your family or friends may make on site or off site video visitation appointments by visiting www.securustechnologies.com. There is a registration process to complete. If your family or friends need assistance they may call 386-586-4871 and a staff member will provide additional information and assistance. You may receive letters from family and friends at the following address:
Your name and booking number
1002 Justice Lane
Bunnell, Florida 32110
5. How do you request administrative segregation? Who do you contact about an issue happening in the jail?
You may request protective custody at any time during your incarceration. You will be provided with a form to sign and state the reason(s) for the request.
7. How does gain time work generally?
County sentenced inmates are eligible for up to 5 days per month as long as they are working in some capacity and do not receive any disciplinary action.