Paul Rein Detention Facility
Captain Josefa Benjamin
2421 NW 16 Street
Lieutenant Angela Neely, Executive Officer
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
The Broward Sheriff's Office's newest detention facility opened in February 2004. Modeled after BSO's Joseph V. Conte Facility in Pompano Beach, the $36.6 million complex is a direct supervision jail where staff works more closely with inmates and inmate movement is kept to a minimum.
Designed to handle 1,020 inmates in two four-story towers, the 257,790 square foot medium / maximum security jail houses male and female inmates in separate areas. More than 200 deputies supervise the inmates with support from nearly three-dozen non-sworn BSO administrative employees.
Among the many programs offered to inmates at the Paul Rein Detention Facility are conflict resolution, anger management, HIV/AIDS education, substance abuse treatment, job skills, and effective parenting.
Because of direct supervision, higher security risk inmates don't have to leave their housing unit for visitation. A non-breakable window separates the housing unit from a visitation area and inmates and visitors can talk on a built-in telephone.
The medical facilities include an on-site OB-GYN clinic to address the needs of pregnant inmates.
The Paul Rein Detention Facility, like all the BSO jails, provides inmates with nearly two-dozen different specialty diets including Kosher, vegetarian, high-calorie and low-calorie, prepared daily to meet the needs of the prisoners.
Inmate Visitation Schedule
|3:30 p - 5:30 p||5:30 p - 7:30 p||8:00 p - 10:00 p|
Specific rules govern all inmate visits; click here for details.
Death Notification of an Inmate Family Member
Notifying an inmate of the death of a family member is arranged through the Chaplain's Office.
General Arrest Information and Jail Visitor Information
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