Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center, FL Inmate Search, Visitation Hours
1321 Northwest 13th Street, Miami, FL, 33125
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10The Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center is operated and managed by the Dade County Sheriff’s Department.
The Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center is home to inmates who have been arrested throughout the county. However, the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center does not only house inmates who have been arrested and are currently going through the judicial system, but they also house inmates who have already been sentenced and serving out their time.
The Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center houses both adult male and adult female offenders. All offenders in the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center are over the age of 18.Suggest Edit
Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center — General Information
Adult, Capacity 1712 persons.
1321 Northwest 13th Street, Miami, FL, 33125
Miami-Dade County Police Department - Sheriff And Port Services Bureau
Address: 140 West Flagler Street, Miami, Florida, 33130
How to Find Someone in Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center
Locating an inmate in the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center is no easy feat. The agency responsible for keeping records of all inmates in the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center is the Dade County Sheriff’s Department.
However, unlike other sheriff’s departments, the Dade County Sheriff’s Department does not have their inmate roster available on the web.
If you need information on an inmate who is currently sitting in the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center, you will need to contact the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center directly or you can also get in touch with the Dade County Sheriff’s Office as well. Please have the inmate full name along with their date of birth prior to calling.
Sending a Mail/Care Package
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Inmates love receiving letters from their family and friends. You are permitted to send an inmate in the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center a letter.
You should keep in mind that all letters will be thoroughly searched prior to being given to the inmate.
Your letter should never contain any of the following:
Usage of Crayons
Added stamps, paper, or envelopes
Perfume or Cologne
You should also put your return address on every piece of mail that you send to an inmate in the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center.
Inmates in the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center will need funds to purchase items from the commissary. In order to deliver funds to an inmate, you can bring a money order directly down to the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center lobby.
You will need to ensure on the money order you have the inmates full name on it as well.
The staff member will collect the money order from you and the funds will be deposited into the inmates account within one to three days.
If you do not live close to the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center, you can always send the money order in the mail.
If you are having withdrawals from not talking to an inmate, you will continue the waiting game. Inmates cannot receive calls and/or messages from their loved ones back home.
You will be required to wait for the inmate to contact you. Inmates will have use of the phone daily if they display good behavior and the facility is not in lockdown.
All calls coming from the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center will be collect calls. To ensure you will receive these collect calls, you will need to have a landline.
Visitation at the Miami-Dade Pre-Trial Detention Center is held Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 am to 6 pm.
All visits will be no-contact visits. You and your visitor party will not be permitted to touch the inmates. The inmate will be on the opposite side of a glass partition.
To visit an inmate, you will need to present your government-issued identification card such as a driver’s license. Juveniles under the age of 16 will always be required to be accompanied by an adult. They will not be permitted to visit an inmate alone.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.
- Miami-Dade Regional Juvenile Detention Center
- Miami North Community Release Center
- FDC Miami
- Miami-Dade County Women’s Detention Center
- Miami-Dade Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center
- Miami-Dade Training & Treatment Center
- Virginia Gardens City Jail
- Medley City Jail
- Key Biscayne City Jail
- Biscayne Park City Jail