Alachua County Jail Inmate Visitation Hours And Information
If you want to visit an inmate in the Alachua County Jail, you must either schedule a visit 24 hours in advance by going to the Alachua County Jail Visitation Scheduling App or by going to the jail lobby and scheduling a visit using one of the kiosks in the lobby.
Please note there is a dress code for all visitors, and all visitors must show a proper ID to get in to visit an inmate. Kids are allowed, however, every child over 14 must show some form of ID.
A third way to visit an inmate now allows you to do so from your home by logging onto the Online visitation website. Note: each online visit will cost you 40 cents per minute with a minimum of $8 per visit.
To see all of the rules and regulations, go to Inmate Visitation and Rules.
HOW TO FIND MUGSHOTS OF ALL PEOPLE ARRESTED IN GAINESVILLE:
If you want to view the mugshots of all the people arrested at the Alachua County Jail in the last 30 days, go to Mugshots Gainesville and the inmates will be listed in chronological order, newest to oldest. The Gainesville Sun, will also include the arrestee’s date of arrest, and if you click on the mugshot, it will show charges and bond amounts. Or click here for more options for inmate searches.
If you see someone on there that you would like to bond out of jail, call me at 352 376-6645. We can help!
TO FIND OUT IF SOMEONE IS CURRENTLY IN THE ALACHUA COUNTY JAIL:
To find out if an individual is in the Alachua County Jail in Gainesville, or to find out what the charges are and how much the bonds are, go to Alachua County Jail Inmate Lookup and enter the person’s name. If you’re not sure how to spell the person’s name, click on “List of all inmates,” which will list all currently incarcerated people in alphabetical order. You can also view the incarcerated person’s mugshot on this site.
If you have any questions, or need a bondsman in Gainesville to assist you, don’t hesitate to call us at 352-376-6645.