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Apalachee Correctional Institution (ACI), West Unit, Jackson County, Florida Overview

The Apalachee Correctional Institution, West Unit is a state prison for men located in Sneads, Jackson County, Florida, owned and operated by the Florida Department of Corrections. This facility has a mix of security levels, including minimum, and medium and houses adult male offenders. Apalachee Correctional Institution West Unit first opened in 1949 and has a maximum capacity of 819 prisoners.

Staffing:

Warden:
David Maddox
52 West Unit Drive
Sneads, Florida
32460-4165
Phone: (850) 593-9702
Fax: (850) 593-6445
Email: ApalacheeCI.WardenOffice@fdc.myflorida.com

Capacity: 819

Visitation Hours:

8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. CST

Visitation Policies:

  1. Clothing not permitted: halter tops or bra-less attire, underwear-type t-shirts or tank tops, fishnet clothing, skin-tight clothing, shoes with removable parts, see-through fabric without an undergarment, dresses, skirts or shorts more than three inches above the knee, clothing with a threatening picture or language, camouflage, and any clothing with metal.
  2. Upon entering the search area, each visitor will be asked a series of questions. The purpose of these questions is to ensure you as the visitor, or the minor child that is accompanying you.
  3. Anyone violating this statue is subject to arrest and may be charged with a third-degree felony.
  4. All of our institutions require that any person visiting an inmate be searched. All of these searches are performed with the safety of the visitors, staff and inmates in mind.
  5. Our procedures require that all persons (to include minor children) be subjected to some form of search. A parent or guardian will be present during the search of any minor child.
  6. After a staff member has searched your authorized personal items, you will then be directed to pass through a form, or multiple forms, of metal detection. All alerts must be verified. If you cannot pass both detectors without an alert, the source of the alarm must be isolated or you will not be permitted entrance.
  7. After metal detection, you will be directed to a separate room for a clothed, pat search by a staff member of the same sex.
  8. You may be directed to an area where a canine handler is present. The canine is trained in the detection of drugs and cell phones.
  9. You will then be permitted entrance into the visiting park.
  10. At any time during your visit that you utilize the restroom, you will be subject to another pat search upon entering/exiting.

Deposit/Commissary Accounts:

Funds or deposits should be made to the Inmate Trust Fund. The Inmate Trust Fund address:

Florida Department of Corrections,
Inmate Trust Fund,
Centerville Station,
P.O. Box 12100,
Tallahassee, FL 32317-2100.

Inmate Mailing Address:

52 West Unit Drive
Sneads, Florida
32460-4165

Address:

52 West Unit Drive
Sneads, Florida
32460-4165
Phone: (850) 593-9702
Fax: (850) 593-6445

Security Level: Minimum, And Medium

Type(s) of offenders: Adult Men

Send Money to an Inmate:

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Send money online with your credit or debit card at JPay.com.

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Toll-Free Phone
You can send money by phone using your credit or debit card. Call (800) 574-5729 to speak with a live JPay call center agent 24/7.

Walk-in Cash
To make a cash deposit, visit any MoneyGram agent location, and use receive code 5188. Visit JPay.com to get a list of nearby MoneyGram locations. Available within 1-3 days.

Money Orders
As of July 1st, 2013, all money orders must be made payable to JPay and sent with a deposit slip to JPay, P.O. Box 260010, Hollywood, FL 33026. Effective October 1, 2013 money orders sent to the DOC Central Office in Tallahassee will be returned to sender.

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Incarceration/Sentence Information:
Date of Sentence, Description, Term in Years / Months / Days, Type of Conviction, Cause Number, County of Conviction, Projected Release Date.

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