The Marion County Sheriff’s Office assumed control of the Detention Center on July 1, 2014. Since that time, the mission of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center is to create a safe, secure, and positive atmosphere for staff and inmates by promoting direct supervision principles and instilling proactive approaches to reduce recidivism rates of inmates, and to uphold the highest degree of professionalism by creating collaborative partnerships with all government agencies within Marion County to provide the utmost degree of service to her citizens.  The Sheriff’s Office Detention Center is committed to excellence by being responsive to the needs of the citizens and the inmates under our custody and control.


James “Jimmy” Floyd was appointed as the Director of the Sheriff’s Office Detention Center in March of 2019.  Director Floyd began his career in  1989 with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office where he served for fourteen  years before departing.  He has over thirty years’ experience in the Law  Enforcement and Security fields.  Prior to returning to the Marion County  Sheriff’s Office as Director of Detention, he served with the Horry County  Police for three years and spent thirteen years deployed to Afghanistan  where he provided security for the US State Department and the US Department of Defense.


1. Where is the Detention Center?

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center is located at 2715 East Highway 76, Suite D Mullins, SC 29574.  To get to the Detention Center from I-95 S or I-95 N take exit 181A take ramp right for SC-38/US 501 S take ramp right for US-76 toward Marion/Mullins Turn left onto US-76E the jail is 0.6 miles on the right.  

2. When is Visitation and How Do I Visit?

All visitation is conducted through video visitation units. Please use the following link to go to the visitation page.. 
See » Visitation
3. What is the process for getting someone released from the Detention Center?

If a person is charged with a crime, such as a traffic violation, which has a cash fine, that person can be released from the center upon payment to the magistrate’s office or municipal court depending on who made the charge.  Persons charged with crimes classified as felonies normally have higher bonds. Most bonds set by the magistrate and municipal courts are surety bonds which requires the person to place property up as collateral. *Note: Each case or charge is different, therefore, the amount or type of bond depends upon the type of charge.

4. What can I bring an inmate?

The Detention Center will accept current valid prescription medication, except for narcotics, and prescription eyeglasses. All other items must be ordered by a family member or by the inmate through the canteen services.

4. What is contraband?

The definition and penalties for Contraband are found in the South Carolina Code of Laws Title 24 Chapter 7 Section 155.  Generally speaking, it is anything not issued to the inmate or that they cannot purchase from the commissary.  To view a copy of the law and the related  guideline from the Department of Corrections  please click on the contraband link in the upper left corner of this page.  A copy in Spanish is also available.



The Marion County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center has a ZERO Tolerance Policy for PREA concerns.

Zero Tolerance means that no sexual act, contact or harassment, will be tolerated between any inmate with another inmate and/or between an inmate and an employee per South Carolina South Carolina Code of Laws §44-23-1150. Staff found guilty of such violations will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination and possible criminal prosecution. Inmates will be subject to disciplinary action consistent with the requirements of the Detention Center inmate disciplinary procedures and may be subject to criminal prosecution.

The Detention Center is committed to its zero-tolerance policy of sexual assault and sexual victimization. Our policy affects every employee and person under the supervision of the facility. Report an assault or sexual victimization to a staff member, in writing or call (843) 423-8216. Reports will be kept as confidential as the circumstance allows.


In the above left of the Screen, you will find links to law enforcement and victim resources such as SLED, the SC Statewide Victim Notification System (SAVIN), VINE, the Sex Offender Registery, as well as many relevant documents.


The Commissary / Canteen is operated by McDaniel Supply Company. You may deposit funds online for your inmate, make onsite deposits at the Detention Center using the in-lobby kiosk, or purchase items directly for your inmate online.

1. To Deposit Money on an Inmates Account:

  • Please go to McDaniel’s Supply Company to deposit funds online for your inmate’s account.  Use the Secure Inmate Deposit button at the top right of the screen.
  • Funds may also be deposited at the Detention Center through the kiosk located in the lobby.  The inmate will transfer the funds as needed to his phone account.. 

2. To Make a Commissary Purchase for an Inmate Directly:

  • Please go to Jail Pack Store to set up an account and order items directly for your inmate.



The phone system is operated by PayTel and accounts can be funded directly for the inmate to make calls to any authorized number or set up where the funds may only be used for the inmate to call a specific person. 

1. To Fund an Inmates Phone Account:

  • To fund the inmate’s phone account, please go to McDaniel’s Supply Company and deposit funds online for your inmate’s canteen account.  Use the Secure Inmate Deposit button at the top right of the screen.
  • Funds may also be deposited at the Detention Center through the kiosk located in the lobby.
  • The inmate will transfer the funds to his phone account as needed.

2. To Set up a Personal Phone Account Between You and the Inmate:

  • To set up, fund, or get information on receiving inmate phone calls directly from your inmate, please call Pay Tel Communications at 1-800-729-8355, or visit
“If you are an identified victim of an offender, South Carolina law provides you with the right to be notified of specified changes in the custody status of the offender.  The South Carolina Statewide Information and Notification system (SAVIN) will allow you to confirm that an offender is in jail and provide you with important custody status information.  The services will also allow you to register to receive notifications automatically by phone and email when there is a specific change in the custody status of an offender.  These services are accessible by calling toll-free:  1.866.SC SAVIN (1.866.727.2846) or using this link to the website."