Basic Facts about Collier County Jail & Guidelines for an Arrest Search
Collier County Jail consists of two separate facilities: The Naples Jail Center which is located at 3347 Tamiami Trail E., Naples, FL 34112 (Telephone no. 239-252-9500) and the Immokalee Jail Center which is located at 302 Stockade Rd., Immokalee, FL 34142 (Telephone no. 239-657-2878). Inmate’s individual needs and status will determine on which facility he or she will be housed.
Naples Jail Center has an average daily population of around 900 inmates - approximately 500 of which are awaiting Felony pretrial and 150 are awaiting Misdemeanor pretrial. The Immokalee Jail Center is much smaller. It has an average daily population of around 50 - approximately 20 of which are awaiting Felony pretrial and 10 are awaiting Misdemeanor pretrial.
Carrying out a Collier County inmate search
Most of Collier County arrests are made by the sheriff office, and therefore it is advisable to turn to them to find an inmate. Their website contains an electronic search tool that displays the county's jail records and outstanding warrants. It contains data from all of the county's law enforcement agencies. Search criteria include the detainee's full name, booking date or booking number. The database covers the last 10 years.
Another source you can use to obtain Collier County arrest records is the criminal history information webpage (https://cchinet.fdle.state.fl.us/search/app/default?2) managed by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. This database allows you to initiate a background check on anyone living in the state. Each name that you will ask to check will cost you 24 dollars (plus 1 dollar credit card fee).
Finally, if you are interested in a more extensive Florida inmate search, the FDoC offers an effective online inquiry tool (http://www.dc.state.fl.us/OffenderSearch/InmateInfoMenu.aspx). It contains data from all of the state's correctional facilities.
Visitation rights & rehabilitation programs
Inmates in Collier County Jail are allowed, one 2 hour visit per week and no more than 1 visit per day. Detainees who have felony charges pending will only be allowed to be visited by their immediate family. They must show proof of their relationship if their name is different from the visitor.
The jail offers an Inmate Video Visitation Center which is located at the Immokalee Jail Center or at 3311 E. Tamiami Tr., Building D. The county's detention facilities offer weekly Narcotics and Alcoholic Anonymous meetings, diverse religious services for different types of faiths, Educational Television Programming and General Education Development (GED). If the weather permits, detainees are allowed to spend 3 weekly hours outside and have access to 3 library books per week.