Levy County Sheriff’s Office
9150 NE 80th Avenue
PO Drawer 1719
Bronson, Florida 32621

Jail Visitation Hours, Rules, and Dress Code

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we are currently not allowing any in person visitation. All visits must be registered through Securus, pending approval by our visitation officers. Once the visit is registered and approved, there is a charge of $20 for a 20 minute visit. Any questions or issues, please contact the Levy County Detention Bureau for further assistance. 

The safety and well-being of our residents and visitors is a top priority for the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. The LCSO and the Florida Sheriff’s Association is working to ensure that the most up-to-date Center for Disease Control guidance is quickly and accurately disseminated to all of our members and citizens. To stay current with the most relevant information we encourage all citizens to utilize the CDC guidelines.

You must arrive ten (10) minutes before your visit. If you are late for your visit, the visit will be denied.

Schedule for Visitation:
Saturday and Sunday

Tuesday thru Friday
1:00pm to 2:00pm
2:15pm to 3:15pm
3:30pm to 4:30pm

Visitation Rules

  1. Any contraband items must be left in the visitors vehicle, not at the visitation waiting area.
  2. Any items other than these are considered contraband and not allowed in visitation: nitroglycerin, inhalers, keys & identification.
  3. Visitors are subject to a part search or metal detector-screening prior to visiting and departing the facility.
  4. Visitors must show a valid form of I.D. with the date of birth and address on it. The only forms of I.D. accepted are state issued driver’s license, state issued I.D. card or military I.D. card. NO OTHER PROOF OF I.D. will be accepted.
  5. Visitors that are suspected to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs or have an odor of alcohol about them will not be allowed to visit.
  6. A maximum of two (2) visitors will be allowed entry to visit an inmate.
  7. No persons under the age of sixteen (16) will be allowed to visit. Anyone under the age of eighteen is required to I.D. with proof of age and accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  8. Children will not be left unattended outside visitation or on the premises. Doing so will result in the visitation being terminated.
  9. Visitors are only allowed to visit one inmate per day. Only one visit per day is allowed per inmate.
  10. Each visit will be for a maximum of 1 hour (60 minutes). If you leave prior to the end of the 1 hour, that will be counted as a 1 hour visit.
  11. Profanity, abusive language, or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Any of these will be grounds for the visit being PERMANENTLY terminated.
  12. No property or money of any kind will be left for an inmate at visitation.
  13. Anyone not on an inmate’s visitation list will not be allowed to visit.
  14. Anyone that is ordered by the courts to not have contact with an inmate will not be allowed to visit.
  15. If you have been incarcerated at the Levy County Jail within the last six (6) months, you will not be allowed to visit.

Dress Code

  • No shorts or skirts above knee length permitted.
  • Shirts must have sleeves and cover entire upper torso.
  • No hats, caps, or do-rags.
  • No tank tops, strapped shirts, tube tops, or halter tops.
  • Shoes must be worn.
  • Any clothing with profane, vulgar, or illegal pictures or language is not allowed.
  • No see through clothing allowed.

Command Staff
Bobby McCallum, Sheriff

9150 NE 80th Avenue
PO Drawer 1719
Bronson, Florida 32621

W.O. “Brett” Beauchamp
Undersheriff/Legal Advisor

9150 NE 80th Avenue
PO Drawer 1719
Bronson, Florida 32621
[email protected]

Colonel Mike Sheffield
Chief of Staff
9150 NE 80th Avenue
PO Drawer 1719
Bronson, Florida 32621
[email protected]

Lieutenant Scott Tummond
Professional Standards Division
Public Records Custodian

9150 NE 80th Avenue
PO Drawer 1719
Bronson, Florida 32621
[email protected]

Lt. Scott Tummond is the LCSO Public Records Custodian (posted in accordance with Florida Statutes, Chapter 119, Public Records). Contact number 352.486.5111; email [email protected]