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Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center, FL Whos In Jail, Inmate Roster

Updated on: December 16, 2020
850-488-7672
2303 Ronellis Drive, Tallahassee, FL, 32310

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Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center was constructed in 1926. After 25 years the facility finally opened and housed male inmates. Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center is in Tallahassee, Florida. Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center can contain over 40 inmates at once. Inmates that are in this facility can join a substance abuse program. This program is great for self-help and recovery. Inmates can also get their education through the GED program. There are also useful skills to learn such as auto repair, masonry, and woodwork. There are also more self-help such as Anger management and other counseling programs. All inmates get treated to medical, mental health, and dental help.

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Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center Prison Information

Jail Name Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center
Jail Type State Prison
Location 2303 Ronellis Drive, Tallahassee, FL, 32310
Contact Numbers 850-488-7672
City Tallahassee
Postal Code 32310
State Florida
County Leon County
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Inmate Search

If you need some assistance with looking for an inmate in Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center we have you covered. Follow these easy instructions. You will need an inmate’s full name to research an inmate's status. You will now know whether an inmate is a parole, inmate, or on probation. All background checks are on the Florida DOC website.

Sending a Mail

Sending mail to an offender may seem difficult but it is quite simple. There are a few ways than one. You will need an inmate’s full name. This includes the inmates first name, last name, and their ID. If an inmate gets transferred the mail will be on a month hold. Mail takes 5-7 days on average. Photos cannot contain nudity and cannot have glue, staples, or any paperclip. You cannot send physical money or a check.

Sending Money

Are you trying to send money to an inmate in Leon Regional Juvenile Detention Center? There are a few ways to go about it. You can use a service called JPay. Walking in is also a great way to pay/send money to an inmate. You can also send money through the mail. Sending money through a phone can also work. Also, you can use the internet to send an inmate money. All you need to send money is the inmates first name, last name, and the Florida DOC ID number.

Phone Calls

Detainees in Florida penitentiaries approach phones intermittently for the duration of the day and can make active gather calls and prepaid calls. All calls (except for lawful calls) might be recorded and observed. Three way calling and call sending are restricted and will make the call end early.

Visiting Rules

There are quite a few rules to follow to come visit an inmate. First you must have a state ID, military ID, or a passport. You now will have to complete a visitation application. You cannot bring any alcohol, weapons, or illegal substances. All Florida facilities are smoke free zones.

Visitation Hours

Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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Saturday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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Directions

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