The Hernando County Jail functions as the central booking and intake place for the whole county. The jail holds inmates who are arrested without bail, cannot post the set bail, are being transferred from other states or counties, awaiting trial, and those with a sentence of less than a year in a county jail. It can hold up to 744 inmates of any gender. This includes juveniles who have been judged as adults and sentenced to misdemeanors or felony crimes. To view Hernando County arrests, click here.
16425 Spring Hill Dr.
Brooksville, FL 34604
Hernando County Arrests
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Jail Visitation Hours / Hernando County Arrests
Visitation hours at Hernando County Jail are from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. every weekday by appointment only and there is a 2 person maximum. Remote visits are between 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and there is a 1 person on the screen maximum. Also, all visits are capped at 30 minutes. Additionally, on-site visitors should plan to arrive 15 minutes early, if they are late they will have to reschedule. All visitors must show proof of identity with a government issued ID before visitation. Before scheduling a jail visit, it is highly recommend that you first view a list of recent Hernando County arrests here to confirm that the inmate you wish to visit is incarcerated at the facility.
Sheriff’s Office / Hernando County Arrests
The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office has a mission to maintain the peace and order of the county. The office is dedicated to responding promptly to the needs of their residents in order to safeguard their life, property, and rights. In addition, the office remains professional in every manner and know that its service is judged by its community.
Sheriff’s Office Address
18900 Cortez Blvd
Brooksville, FL 34601
About the County / Hernando County Arrests
Hernando County was established in 1843 and named after Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto. Located on the West coast of Central Florida, today it is known as Florida’s Adventure Coast because of all the natural wonders to explore. The county seat is found in the city of Brooksville which prides itself on its deep history and rich traditions. The county is home to a local jail facility. People who are apprehended during Hernando County arrests are typically transported to this facility. To search Hernando County arrests, click here.
Demographics / Hernando County Arrests
In 2020, Hernando County had a population of 194,515 people which is a 12.6% increase in the past 10 years. This continues to break down into 76,708 households and 51,765 families in the county. The median income in the county was $32,572 and the per capita income was $18,321.
In 2000, the racial makeup of the county was 82.1% white, 10.3% hispanic, 4.73% black, 1.05% asian, 1.83% other or mixed races. The age breakdown of the citizens in the county was 18.9% under 18, 5.4% 18-24, 20.4% 25-44, 24.4% 45-64, and 30.9% over 65 years old. The median age is 50 years old.
The population density in the county was 106 square miles and there were 62,727 housing units in the county with an average population density of 51 square miles. In addition, a portion of the population resides at the county jail. Individuals who are apprehended during Hernando County arrests are typically transported to this facility. To view Hernando County arrests, click here.
- Garden Grove
- Hernando Beach
- High Point
- Hill ‘n Dale
- Lake Lindsey
- North Brooksville
- North Weeki Wachee
- Pine Island
- Ridge Manor
- South Brooksville
- Spring Hill
- Spring Lake
- Timber Pines
- Weeki Wachee Gardens