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The Hendry County Jail holds male and female pre-trial and sentenced inmates. Most of the Hendry County Jail’s bookings are from the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office, Clewiston Police Department, and Florida Highway Patrol. In 2021, the Hendry County jail averages about 239 inmates a day. 

Hendry County Jail Address

101 Bridge Street
LaBelle, FL 33935

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Hendry County Jail Visitation Hours

Hendry County Jail’s visitation hours are Monday to Thursday from 5:00 PM to 9:30 PM. Visits on Fridays may be purchased for $7.50 + service charge for a 30-minute visit. 

All visits are conducted virtually through video calls. Visitors may call from the visitation center across the street from the jail or from their home if they have a webcam. Before scheduling a visit, visitors must pre-register either online at www.telmate.com, at the Sheriff’s Office, or at a kiosk in the visitation center’s lobby. Each inmate may receive four 30-minute visits per week with no more than one free visit per day. You may only visit an inmate if you are on the inmate’s visitation list, which can be edited by the inmate on the first of each month. 

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Hendry County Sheriff’s Office

The Hendry County Sheriff’s Office operates several divisions, including Investigations, Road Patrol, Civil, Detention Facility, Communications, Marine Team, Dive Team, Vice and Narcotics, Special Weapons and Tactics, Hostage Negotiation, and Training. The office’s mission is to be committed to excellence and integrity. The office strives to reduce crime and provide objective, fair, and equal treatment for all while honoring community and professional partnerships.

Hendry County Sheriff’s Office Address

101 S. Bridge Street 
LaBelle, FL 33935

Hendry County Sheriff 

Sheriff Steve Whidden has been the Sheriff of Hendry County since his first election in 2008. He has previously held positions in the Albany Police Department, Hendry County Sheriff’s Office, Clewiston Police Department, and DEA Special Task Force. In 2014, Sheriff Steve Whidden served on the Board of Directors for the Florida Sheriffs Association, representing District 4. He holds an AA degree from the University of Phoenix. 

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About Hendry County, Florida

Hendry County is located in the heartland of Florida. It borders Lake Okeechobee and contains 1,153 square miles of land and 37 square miles of water. Before Europeans arrived in Florida in the 16th century, the area was primarily covered by the Everglades.

The first modern-day settlements in the county consisted of US military posts built during the Seminole Wars. The county was established in 1923 after a vote by the Florida Legislature and named after Francis A. Hendry. Upon the county’s establishment, a temporary jail was erected in LaBelle, and the Everett Hotel served as a temporary courthouse. 

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Hendry County Demographics 

Hendry County is home to the Hendry County Jail. According to the 2020 US Census, Hendry County had a population of 39,619 residents, including 12,878 households and 9,378 families. In that year, the county’s population was 30.51% White, 10.59% Black or African American, 0.39% Native American or Alaska Native, 0.86% Asian, 0.01% Pacific Islander, 0.3% Some Other Race, 1.53% Mixed/Multi-Racial, and 55.81% Hispanic or Latino. 

Communities

Cities:

  • Clewiston
  • LaBelle

Census-designated places:

  • Fort Denaud
  • Harlem
  • Montura
  • Pioneer
  • Port LaBelle

Other unincorporated communities:

  • Felda
  • Flaghole
  • Ladeca Acres
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