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Volusia County Jail
1300 Red John Road
Daytona Beach, FL 32120
Phone: 386-254-1555

Branch Jail
(386) 254-1555 Daytona Beach
(386) 736-5918 DeLand
(386) 423-3370 New Smyrna Beach

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Sheriff's Department

Inmate and Prison Records
1300 Red John Road
Daytona Beach, FL 32120
(386) 736-5918

Inmate Search Link: http://www.volusiamug.vcgov.org/disclaimer.cfm

Main Phone:

Misdemeanor Phone: (386) 736-5910

Felony Phone: (386) 736-5909

Clerk Website: http://www.clerk.org/cm/publicrecords/publicrecords.jsp

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