Volusia County Jail is a detention facility located in Daytona Beach, Florida, at 1300 Red John Drive. The Volusia County Division of Corrections has administrative oversight over Volusia County Jail. In addition to the Volusia County Jail, which is also referred to as the Branch Jail, the Division of Corrections also administers and sends inmates to the Volusia County Correctional Facility.
The Volusia County Jail includes a courtroom specifically set aside for First Appearance functions, which are held within 24 hours of that individual first being arrested. People can secure a bond for inmates being kept in Volusia County Jail by referring to the local bail bonds services. In general, the financial burden imposed by bail bonds are set in accordance with the severity of the charge leveled at the inmate.
After being held in the Volusia County Jail for two weeks, inmates will have received physical examinations to determine if they have any health problems. Family or friends of Volusia County Jail inmates are encouraged to contact the County Sheriff’s Office if they believe that person to be at risk from health problems, other people within the jail, or a suicidal state of mind.
Visitors to Volusia County Jail must be accompanied by adults and in possession of legally acceptable IDs if they are under the age of 18. All visitors to Volusia County Jail inmates must wear appropriate attire. In the first 72 hours of being kept in Volusia County Jail, inmates are only allowed to meet with members of their immediate family.