Marion County Jail Inmate Locator

We have gathered for you all the available inmate search links and Marion County Jail Inmate locator information. Here is information on how to find someone in this jail. The first thing you should consider is that family members have rights for inmate visitation, inmate mail address and policies, and the commissary in Marion County Jail facility.

Here is jail inmate information for the Marion County Jail

Jail Name: Marion County Jail
Jail Category: County Jail
Jail State: Florida
Jail County: Marion
City: Ocala
Number of beds: 2,000
Facility Address:
700 NW 30th Ave
Postal Code: FL 34475-5600

Marion County Jail is located at 700 NW 30th Ave, in Marion, Florida and has the capacity of 2,000 beds. If you need information on bonds, visitation, inmate calling, mail, inmate accounts, commissary or anything else, you can call the facility at Jail: 352-351-8077 352-438-5970 Sheriff: 352-732-8181.
You can also send an email at inmate Search links for Marion County Jail can be found below. Looking up jails is simple.

Marion County Jail Inmate Search

To locate an inmate in this facility, click on the following links:

At Home Visitation for Marion County Jail

Marion County Jail uses Securus Video Visitation which allows you more convenient access to call and visit with your incarcerated loved ones. Depending on the jails availability, you can pre-schedule your onsite visit or plan and visit with your incarcerated one from the comfort of your home computer if you have online access. If you decide to go and attend an onsite visitation, it will be similar to ordinary visitation except that you must schedule your visitation in advance. Scheduling in advance may allow you to decrease your waiting time and visit when it’s convenient for you. To be eligible to visit with an inmate, you must schedule an appointment for online by calling (352) 438-5961 and scheduling an appointment.

On-Site Visitation at Marion County Jail

Because there is limited space in the facility, there can only be two adults and one child or one adult and two children to visit a prisoner at a time. Guardians or parents must be with anyone under 17 years old.  Any exceptions to this rule require the approval of the Corrections Bureau Chief.

Attorneys are not restricted to the hours of visitation.



8:00am to 11:30am

1:00pm to 4:30pm

7:00pm to 9:45pm

Mail at Marion County Jail

Newspapers, magazines, and books that are received through the mail must come directly from publisher or bookstore. An inmate may not have than two books or periodicals, etc. per month. The jail reserves the right not to let an inmate have journals which restrict with the secure operation of the facility. All mail must have a return address. Any letters that are written must be in blue or black ink on plain white paper. Any shipped packages must be pre-approved by the jail, or they will be returned to sender, and if no return address is listed on the box, it will be immediately sent back to the post office for disposal.

Inmate’s Name (First, Middle, and Last Name)

Inmate Number (if known)

Marion County Jail

700 NW 30th Avenue

Ocala, FL 34475

Commissary at Marion County Jail

All inmate deposits must be completed by using either the Kiosk located at the Jail Visitation Center, or online at, or by calling the Toll Free number listed above.


The bond that an inmate puts up, or cause to be put up, is to ensure that they will appear in court at the appointed date and time.


Property may be released to the inmate upon release by submitting the “Inmate Property Release Authorization” form. The only time an inmate may release all of their personal items (to include clothing) is if they have been sentenced to the Department of Corrections. The Property Release form is only valid for five days. If the property that is being released is not picked up before inmates are released to DOC, then all of the detainee’s property will be sent to them.

To plan or schedule a visit to Marion County Jail see the map below for more information and directions.


Marion County Jail Inmates

Most offenders will start at a local, city or county jail with very few cells. You can locate an offender in custody easily by searching databases found through the links above. You might need to consider transport time to the nearest jail cell before using our Marion inmate locator.

The Marion County Jail is usually for short-term custody for adults awaiting trial. (Juveniles wait for disposition of their case). Once booked, the Marion inmate search will reveal the location of the individual. You can check the Marion website - Inmate Services - for more information.

"People Get Arrested for a Variety of Reasons"

If a family member disappears, checking with local jails is a good idea. Your family member may be waiting to be bailed out. Here is how to know if someone is in Marion County Jail. You have the right to search even if that person is just a friend, a client or any other individual. You can also use these tools to find a pen pal. Our Inmate lookup service is a good resource for family members and public defenders. You can also search inmates on federal websites.

How to Find Inmates in Marion County Jail

First of all, realize that you have rights under the United States Constitution to find a family member who has been arrested in Marion County Jail. The "Writ of Habeas Corpus" guarantees the rights of someone "in custody". An inmate locator is useful to help family members during court proceedings.

All police officers must "book" an inmate into the court system. During this process, vital information - such as name, address, fingerprints and photographs - will be taken. Our free inmate lookup service allows you to peruse databases of county, state and federal facilities.

"What Type of Jail or Prison?"

Determine the date and location of the police arrest. Someone on a most wanted poster, sex offenders list or with outstanding warrants might have been jailed after a routine traffic stop. The individual will be located in a jail based on 1) residence or 2) arrest location.

Most of the United States criminal facilities are connected to online inmate search tools. Once booking information is entered and mugshots have been taken, you will be able to find inmates. You will find the available inmate search links above. A free inmate search allows you to view the databases of city, county, state and federal facilities.

"What Information is Available for Marion County Jail?"

Many arrest records are public and listed in newspapers. To find someone in jail, check the local police, sheriff and Federal Bureau of Prisons websites. You could also conduct a Department of Justice inmate search or check out Vinelink Offender Search to complete an inmate search by name. You should be able to find information such as the name, address, criminal charges, booking location and hearings.

Get all of your information ready such as the name, date of birth, address, criminal charges, prison and date of arrest.
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"How Can I Use This Information?"

There are a variety of ways that you can search the database -like by name, jail or crime type. Once you have the general information, contact them by phone or email to set up a private visit.

This lookup inmate database gives you information for contacting Marion County Jail. Florida state inmate search helps you determine bonding, when you can visit, add commissary money and send mail. The inmate locator saves you a lot of time and worry. If a loved one is in jail or prison, we are here to assist you in finding him or her. If you just want to run a criminal background check for someone or find a pen pal inmate, we can help you too.


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