Corrections and Rehabilitation
The Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department operates the eighth largest jail system in the country. There are about 6,000 persons incarcerated in our six detention facilities. These persons are awaiting trial, serving sentences of 364 days or less.
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PREA (Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003)
Congress passed the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA), which applies to every person incarcerated in a U.S. correctional institution – federal prisons, state prisons, jails, private facilities, lock-ups, juvenile facilities, and immigration detention centers. The law applies to multiple forms of sexual violence, including coercion by staff or other incarcerated people.
The Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department (MDCR) has established a “Zero Tolerance” for inmate sexual assault/abuse and shall make every effort to provide all inmates with a safe, humane and secure environment, free from the threat of sexual assault/abuse and staff sexual misconduct/harassment. All incidents of MDCR staff sexual misconduct/harassment shall be reported to the MDCR Security and Internal Affairs Bureau at 786-263-6500.
DSOP 15-008 Inmate Sexual/Assault Abuse Prevention
PREA Report 2012
Annual Report 2011-2012
- Department's 2011-2012 Annual Report (3.1 MB)
Centralized Intake Booking Advisory
Centralized Intake Booking Processing notice.
Inmate Search Feature
The Miami-Dade Corrections & Rehabilitation Department now offers online Inmate in Custody Search. Entering a last name in the search feature will display a list of individuals in custody by name, date of birth, race, sex, location, charges, bond amount, jail number, booking date and a photograph of the person.
Guidelines for sending mail to inmates.
Inmate Phone System
Family and friends can now start a new phone account through the Family Prepaid Program provided by GTL. You can also contact GTL to block inmate telephone calls. Learn more about the Inmate Phone System.
Juveniles arrested in Miami-Dade County are processed through the Juvenile Services Department.
Licensed Bond Personnel Procedures
It is expected that all bond agencies, agents and associations adhere to procedures governed by the State Licensing Board and the Department.
Attorney and Professional Visit Advisory
Guidelines for Attorney and Professional Visits.
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