The Charlotte County Jail has a new tool to help prevent the introduction of drugs and other contraband - the RadPro SecurPass, which uses transmission imaging to conduct a virtual body scan.
The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, Corizon Health Services, and Charlotte Behavioral Health have recently joined into an agreement to provide Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services to inmates incarcerated within the jail facility. This MAT service focuses on individuals that are opiate dependent, and my benefit from medication such as Vivitrol to assist in successful recovery. ... Continue Reading →
On March 2, 2018, the Charlotte County Jail underwent its annual Florida Model Jail Standards Inspection. The Florida Model Jail Standards are minimum standards that jails across Florida must meet to ensure the constitutional rights of those incarcerated are upheld. Prior to 1996, the Florida Department of Corrections was responsible for the standards and inspection... Continue Reading →
The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office has introduced inmate communication devices in the County Jail in an effort to provide additional services to those incarcerated at no cost to the facility. The devices, similar to smart tablets, are equipped with a messaging app that increases an inmate’s ability to have contact with their friends or family... Continue Reading →