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Palm Bay Jail

Palm Bay Jail is located in the city of Palm Bay, Florida which has a population of 107,888 (as of 2016) residents. Prisoners are housed in separate areas depending on the crimes they committed, their current risk assessment, and their behavior. This facility is currently under the supervision of Police Chief Mark Renkens and houses male and female offenders.

If you have a family or loved one that is currently incarcerated at Palm Bay Jail, the first thing you should do is contact the prison for information on the inmate. Based on the information you are provided, you would then contact either a criminal defense lawyer or a bail bond service. They will provide you with vital information which can be used to defend an individual and in a lot of cases get them released from detention while awaiting trial.

Palm Bay Jail Facility and Inmate Contact Information:

Phone Number to Reach this Facility is:

(321) 952-3456

Send Mail to the Facility (not inmates):

Palm Bay Jail
130 Malabar Rd. SE
Palm Bay, FL 32907

To Send Mail to an Inmate at Palm Bay Jail:

(please get a list of acceptable mail from the facility)

Palm Bay Jail
Inmate Name, Inmate ID #
130 Malabar Rd. SE
Palm Bay, FL 32907

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Recent News for Palm Bay Florida Police Department:

April 20, 2017 - Palm Bay Police Remember Two Police Officers Killed In The Line Of Duty 30 Years Ago. BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – In recognition of two Palm Bay Police Officers that were killed in the line of obligation 30 years prior amid a shooting frenzy, the Palm Bay Police Department will put a wreath to pay tribute to their memory at The Officer Memorial situated at Sacrifice Park in Palm Bay Friday evening. Officer Gerald Johnson and Officer Ronald Grogan were shot and executed on April 23, 1987 while reacting to the scene of a mass shooting amid which a man had gone on a shooting binge at two Palm Bay courts with a Ruger Mini 14 rifle, murdering four regular folks and injuring another 14. The speculate took prisoners at a general store and as the officers arrived he started shooting at them, executing Officer Grogan before he could leave his watch auto. Officer Johnson could leave his vehicle and return fire before being struck in the foot and thumped down. As he was reloading the speculate moved toward him and shot him at point-clear range. The suspect was caught later in the night. He was indicted the killings and was therefore sentenced to death. While anticipating his execution he kicked the bucket of normal causes at age 82 on November 29, 2009. Officer Grogan had presented with the Palm Bay Police Department for six months. He was made due by his significant other. Officer Johnson had presented with the organization for 1 year. He was made due by his significant other, then 9 year-old child, his folks, a sibling, and a sister. "It's critical for us to recollect these officers for what they accomplished for our group," Chief Renkens said. "They died and by doing as such they likely spared endless lives that day. We will never forget them." A wreath will be strolled from the Police Department to Sacrifice Park on Friday, April 21 at 1 p.m.

 


Warden or Supervisor: Police Chief Mark Renkens Security Level(s): minimum

130 Malabar Rd. SE
Palm Bay, FL 32907

Phone Number(s): (321) 952-3456

130 Malabar Rd. SE
Palm Bay, FL 32907