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The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office operates two Hillsborough County Jail facilities: the Orient Road Jail and the Falkenburg Road Jail. Overall, the office’s Department of Detention Services operates a 4,947-bed jail system that houses inmates incarcerated in the county. 

The primary receiving facility is Orient Road Jail. This location contains Central Booking, Intake and Housing Operations, Central Breath testing Unit, Inmate Property, and Inmate Records and Classification. The facility’s Detention Programs Bureau consists of units or programs for House Arrest, Criminal Registration Unit, Hillsborough Re-Entry Center, Inmate Treatment and Intervention Services, Adult Education, Religious Services, and Misdemeanor Probation. The Orient Road Jail also houses the Juvenile Assessment Center, a centralized processing center for adolescents taken into custody in the county. 

The Falkenburg Road Jail has a capacity of about 3,300 HCSO inmates and stretches about 142 acres. Educational and vocational programs including culinary arts, sewing, GED, domestic violence, and substance abuse for eligible inmates. The Video Visitation Center, which also serves inmates held at Orient Road Jail, is located in the Falkenburg Road Jail. 

Hillsborough County Jail Address

Orient Road Jail
1201 Orient Road
Tampa, FL 33619

Falkenburg Road Jail
520 N. Falkenburg Road
Tampa, FL 33619

Hillsborough County Jail

Hillsborough County Inmate Search

To conduct a Hillsborough County jail inmate search, conduct an HCSO arrest inquiry, or to search for an HCSO inmate, click here.

Hillsborough County Jail / HCSO Inmate Visitation Hours

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office Video Visitation Center, serving HCSO inmates at both facility locations, can be found at Falkenburg Road Jail.

Visiting hours are 10:00 a.m. to 8:40 p.m. every day of the week, including holidays. The last visit of the day begins at 8:00 PM. 

Visitors must schedule an appointment in advance by creating and using a visitation account at https://hcsovisit.com/app. Each inmate may see up to three (3) visitors per visit, one of which must be an adult. Inmates are restricted to three (3) scheduled visits per week. If a scheduled visitor fails to appear and did not cancel the visit within 24 hours, this visit will still count towards an inmate’s allotted weekly visits.

Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office

The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office’s mission is to serve, protect and defend the community while preserving the rights and dignity of all. The office operates the Hillsborough County Jail, which houses HCSO inmates. To conduct a Hillsborough County jail inmate search, conduct an HCSO arrest inquiry, or to search for an HCSO inmate, click here.

Sheriff’s Office Address

Sheriff’s Operations Center
2008 E. 8th Ave
Tampa, FL 33605

Hillsborough County Sheriff 

Sheriff Chad Chronister has been the Hillsborough County Sheriff since his first election in 2018. He has served at the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office for 30 years. He holds a BS in Criminal Justice and an MS in Criminal Justice from St. Leo University. 

Sheriff Chronister is the Co-Chairman of the Regional Domestic Security Task Force for Region IV Tampa Bay, Council Member of the Florida Attorney General’s Statewide Council on Human Trafficking and Chairman of its Criminal Justice Sub-Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Hillsborough County Public Safety Coordinating Council, and Vice-Chairman of Hillsborough County Public Schools Citizen Oversight Committee.

Hillsborough County Jail

About Hillsborough County, Florida

Hillsborough County is located in the west-central portion of the US state of Florida and is home to the Hillsborough County Jail, which house HCSO inmates. In the 2020 census, its population was 1,459,762, the most populous county outside the Miami metropolitan area. 

Hillsborough County was created in 1834 from Alachua and Monroe Counties and named for Wills Hill, the Earl of Hillsborough. Its initial area was much larger than it is today, including the present-day counties of Charlotte, DeSoto, Hardee, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, and Sarasota.


According to the 2020 US census, Hillsborough County’s population was 1,459,762 people that year. Of this number, the population was 45.75% White, 15.38% Black or African American, 0.19% Native American or Alaska Native, 4.79% Asian, 0.06% Some Other Race, 3.89% Mixed/Multi-Racial, and 29.28% Hispanic or Latino. 



  • Plant City
  • Tampa
  • Temple Terrace

Census-designated places:

  • Apollo Beach
  • Balm
  • Bloomingdale
  • Boyette (former, now part of Riverview CDP)
  • Brandon
  • Carrollwood
  • Cheval
  • Citrus Park
  • Dover
  • East Lake-Orient Park
  • Egypt Lake-Leto
  • Fish Hawk
  • Gibsonton
  • Keystone
  • Lake Magdalene
  • Lutz
  • Mango
  • Northdale
  • Odessa
  • Palm River-Clair Mel
  • Pebble Creek
  • Progress Village
  • Riverview
  • Ruskin
  • Seffner
  • Sun City Center
  • Thonotosassa
  • Town ‘n’ Country
  • University
  • Valrico
  • Westchase
  • Wimauma

Unincorporated communities:

  • Adamsville
  • Alafia
  • Antioch
  • Bay Crest Park
  • Clair-Mel City
  • Del Rio
  • Durant
  • East Lake
  • East Tampa
  • Egypt Lake
  • Fort Lonesome
  • Gulf City
  • Hopewell
  • Keysville
  • Knights
  • Lake Fern
  • Leto
  • Limona
  • Lithia
  • Nowatney
  • Orient Park
  • Palma Ceia
  • Palm River
  • Picnic
  • Pinecrest
  • Port Sutton
  • Rattlesnake
  • Remlap
  • Rocky Creek
  • Snows Corner
  • Sulphur Springs
  • Sun City
  • Sweetwater Creek
  • Sydney
  • Trapnell
  • Turkey Creek
  • Historic towns
  • Bullfrog Corner
  • Bone Valley
  • Branchton
  • Callsville
  • Chataocolea
  • Chicora
  • Clarkwild
  • Coronet
  • Cork (now Dover, not to be confused with two other communities named Cork)
  • Cork (now Plant City)
  • Cosme
  • Dillon
  • Diston
  • Drew Park, absorbed by Tampa
  • East Cove
  • Edeson
  • Flora
  • Fort Brooke
  • Fort Foster
  • Fort Sullivan
  • Garden City
  • Gary
  • Gulf City
  • Harney
  • Hillsboro
  • Ichepucksassa, Hitchipucksassa (now Plant City)
  • Idlewild Park
  • Jackson Springs
  • Keystone Park
  • Knights Station
  • Knowles
  • Lake Fern
  • Lighthall
  • Lillibridge
  • Magdalene
  • Magnolia
  • Mangrove Point
  • Manhattan (absorbed by Tampa)
  • Marvinia
  • Midway
  • Mullins City
  • Nicholls
  • Oliphant
  • Orient
  • Peck
  • Pelot
  • Peru
  • Prairie
  • Riverhead
  • Rocky Point
  • Sparkman
  • Stemper
  • St Helena
  • Trapnell (absorbed by Plant City)
  • Welcome
  • Weldon
  • Willow
  • Youmans


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