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The Martin County Jail is located at 800 S.E. Monterey Road in Stuart, Florida. We are approximately ½ mile west of US 1 on the south side of Monterey Road. The Stuart exit from the Florida Turnpike places you on Martin Downs Blvd., go east crossing over the Palm City Bridge. (Martin Downs Blvd. turns into Monterey Road). Go east approximately 4 miles until you get to our facility. Access from I-95 is also available.
How to determine if someone you know is in jail?
If you believe a friend or family member may be in our jail you may call our Booking Unit at 772-220-7220.
When you speak to our booking unit, they can verify if a person is being held here, what they're charged with and their bond amount. They can also advise you of their scheduled court date. Please remember, cases may go to court faster than the scheduled date or may be delayed. Changes in status to court cases are not controlled by our Staff.
Persons arrested and in custody may be released from the jail if a bond has been set for their charges. Calling our Booking Unit at 772-220-7220 will enable you to determine the charge and bond amount. You may post a cash or surety bond.
Cash bonds- When paying a cash bond, please be advised it must be presented in the form of cash, money order or cashier check and brought directly to the jail lobby. (If you bring cash, it must be the exact amount). After a deputy receives the proper bond amount, you will be given a Cash Bond Receipt. The release process will be completed. PLEASE BE ADVISED, ALL CASH BONDS ARE SUBMITTED TO THE CLERK OF THE COURT THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS DAY.
Surety bonds- Must be made through a private business that is licensed by the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Florida. The bail bond agent guarantees the amount of the bond or the individual’s appearance in court. A list of bail bond companies is located in our booking area for the arrestee, and in the lobby for family and friends. Another source of information is the yellow pages. You are responsible for the conditions, fees and agreements with the Bail Bondsman. The deputies working for the Sheriff’s Office cannot and will not recommend a Bail Bond Agency. Once the bonds arrive at this facility, the release process will begin.
How do I contact a friend or family member who may be in jail?
You may write to any inmate in our facility at the following address:
MARTIN COUNTY JAIL
C/O (INMATE NAME)
800 SE MONTEREY ROAD
STUART, FLORIDA 34994
Correspondence is encouraged between an inmate and family/friends (outside the confines of the facility). There is no limitation on the volume of mail received or sent (when inmate bears mailing cost). All inmate mail may be read, censored or rejected. Inmates will be notified in writing as to why the letter, publication or package has been withheld or rejected.
Listed below are some reasons why inmate mail would be rejected or returned to sender:
- The safety and security of the facility is endangered or to protect the public
- Sexually explicit photographs or illustrations of a sexual nature that may be offensive to other inmates or persons working in or visiting the facility
- Stamps, stickers or stationary items, on the inside or outside of the letter/package
ALL PACKAGES MUST BE DELIVERED THROUGH THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE. PACKAGES WITHOUT A RETURN ADDRESS WILL BE RETURNED TO THE UNITED POSTAL SERVICE OR PRIVATE DELIVERY SERVICE. INMATES WILL BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING WHEN A LETTER/PACKAGE IS RETURNED OR DENIED.
Florida State Statute 951.22 states, persons who attempt to introduce contraband into a correctional facility are subject to criminal charges.
Inmates may receive newspapers, magazines, books and periodicals sent directly from the publisher or approved vendor such as a retail book seller,
internet distributor or book club via the US Postal Service or private delivery service. Inmates may receive educational and reference books through the U.S. mail system, provided they are mailed directly from the publisher or bookstore. There are no limitations on religious material. All reading material must be in paperback form.
UNFORTUNATELY WE CANNOT PASS ALONG REQUESTS OR MESSAGES TO THE INMATES.
There is no limit on the amount of photographs an inmate may have in their possession. Photos must not be larger than 8.5 x 11inches. Photographs which pose as a potiential threat to security of the facility or are sexually offensive or inappropriate will be returned to sender or placed in the inmates personal property. POLAROID PHOTOS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Items Provided by the Facility
Upon admission, each inmate is provided with clothing, linens and personal hygiene items. A reading library is available to the inmates through the use of a book cart exchange system. Additionally, daily local newspapers are provided.
MONEY - Inmates are not allowed to have money on his/her person while confined in the facility. When an inmate is initially received into our facility, an account is established in their name. Any monies that may have been on their persons upon arrival will be placed into that account. You may place additional monies into an inmate’s account by mailing a money order or certified bank check made out directly to the inmate. There is also a drop-box in our lobby area where a money order or certified bank check may be placed. If deposits are not received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, money may not be credited to the inmate’s account in sufficient time for the inmate to order commissary items for the following week.
CASH, PERSONAL CHECKS, OR PAYROLL CHECKS ARE NOT ACCECPTED IN THE DROP BOX IN THE LOBBY.
However, for your convienence we have installed a KIOSK machine in the lobby. This machine is similar to an ATM machine, in which you can deposit cash or use your credit card to deposit money in the inmate's account. The deposit will be posted automatically and the inmates will receive a receipt the following business day. Upon release or transfer, all monies in an inmate’s account will be provided to the inmate in the form of a check.
Inmates may purchase a variety of additional items through our commissary to include: clothing items, stationary, cards, stamps, personal hygiene items, snack items and limited over the counter medications. When items are purchased, the amount is deducted from the inmate’s account. ITEMS THAT ARE NOT AVAILABLE THROUGH THE COMMISSARY ARE NOT ACCEPTED FROM FAMILY MEMBERS, FRIENDS, OR THROUGH THE MAIL.
Telephones (9:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. daily)
Telephones are available to the inmates in each housing area. Only outgoing calls are permitted. The inmate phones do not allow incoming calls. All calls initiated by the inmates will be collect to the person called. If you have questions regarding your phone bill, would like to place a block on your phone or unblock your phone, please call our inmate billing service at GTL (1-800-483-8314).
Inmate Property / Money Release
There will be no transfer of property or money between inmates. When it is necessary to transfer property out of the facility, the inmate must fill out a Transfer of Property or Transfer of Money Slip at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance. (Please note, if an inmate has a debt, i.e., medical fees, subsistence fees, etc., money cannot be released until the debt is satisfied). ONLY ONE (1) MONEY RELEASE WILL BE PERMITTED PER INCARCERATION.
Visitation days are based on the 1st letter of the last name that the inmate was booked under.
- (A-L) TUESDAY-THURSDAY-SATURDAY
- (M-Z) WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY-SUNDAY
- INMATES IN SEGREGATION - MONDAYS
8:30 A.M.-10:30 A.M.
1:15 P.M.-03:30 P.M.
5:30 P.M.-10:00 P.M.
Visitation is conducted through the use of a video visitation program. The inmate must place a person's name on his/her visitation list in order to receive a visit from that person. Inmates are allowed to have five (5) visitors on their list. The list may be changed in the months of March, June, September and December. Each inmate is provided the opportunity for up to three (3) visits each week. These visits are limited to one (1) per day. Please be aware that visits may be no longer than one (1) hour. If a portion of a visit is used it exhausts the entire hour. Example: If a visitor arrives at 10:00 a.m. (visitation ends at 10:30 a.m.), thirty (30) minutes of visitation will be received and the inmate will not be entitled to any additional time.
Visitors must be properly attired. No see through or revealing clothing is permitted.
The visitor must provide photo identification such as a driver’s license, passport or governmental agency I.D.
Children under eighteen (18) must be supervised by a parent or legal guardian. They must not be left unattended for any reason. All visitation procedures are subject to suspension/modification for facility safety and security reasons.