Opened in May 1999, the Joseph V. Conte Facility is a male, medium-custody facility housing mainly inmates awaiting trial. Conte is a direct supervision facility, meaning deputies are stationed inside the housing units and interact directly with inmates.
Meals, recreation, counseling, treatment programs and medical care are provided within the housing units, eliminating the need to escort inmates to other areas to receive them. The Conte Facility is program intensive and includes 30 day substance
abuse programs, as well as various educational programs.
Built at a cost of $25.5 million, the facility houses 1,328 inmates and is staffed by 231 law t and civilian personnel.
The facility is named for Joseph Conte, a 47-year-old BSO detention deputy, killed in the line of duty in July 1979.
Inmate Visitation Schedule
(All visitors must arrive at the J.V. Conte Facility lobby area 30 minutes prior to the end of noted visitation periods to ensure the visitors can be properly processed prior to participation in a visit.)
||3:30 p - 5:30 p
||5:30 p - 7:30 p
||8:00 p - 10:00 p
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
See Inmate Visitor Info for information about charges, bond, the arrest process and visiting and phoning incarcerated inmates in any Broward Sheriff's Office jail.