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The Leon County Jail is located in Tallahassee, Florida, and has 762 beds for inmates. On the daily it holds over 513 federal inmates with the largest population being men and only 20% of the inmate population being women. It is a medium security facility. To conduct a Leon County inmate search, click here.

Jail Address

535 Appleyard Dr.
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Leon County Inmate Search

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Visitation Hours / Leon County Inmate Search

There is no on-site visitation allowed. All visitation is remote using a secure video connection. You must be an approved visitor before visitation with an inmate is allowed. In terms of available hours, the video visitation software knows when the inmates have visitation time and will only allow you to book a visitation slot when they are available. Before you book a visitation slot, it is recommended that you first conduct a Leon County inmate search here to confirm the inmate’s physical presence at the jail.

Sheriff’s Office

The local sheriff’s office is committed to its vision of protecting the lives and lifestyles of the county’s residents. The office serves to reduce the fear and occurrence of crime to increase public safety through a partnership with the community.

Sheriff’s Office Address

2825 Municipal Way
Tallahassee, FL 32304

Leon County inmate search
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About the County / Leon County Inmate Search

Leon County holds the capital city of Florida. It was named after the Spanish conquistador, Juan Ponce de Leon, who first explored Florida in 1513 looking for the “Fountain of Youth”. The capital city, Tallahassee was established in 1824 and houses the State House and Senate. The county is also home to a local detention center. To conduct a Leon County inmate search, click here.


As of 2020, the county reported 292,198 citizen residents, which divided up into 116,530 households and 61,961 families. The population’s racial totals were as follows: 53.9% White, 30% African American, 7.84% Hispanic, 4.04% mixed, 3.58% Asian, and 0.7% other.

Almost ¾ of the county has completed at least some college education compared to half of Florida’s and the U.S’s population. The median income for a household in the county was $37,517. About 10% of families lived below the poverty threshold, and 18.2% of the entire population did so as well. In addition, some members of the local community reside at the jail.



  • Tallahassee

Census-designated places:

  • Bradfordville
  • Capitola
  • Chaires
  • Fort Braden
  • Miccosukee
  • Woodville

Unincorporated Communities:

  • Baum
  • Belair
  • Black Creek
  • Bloxham
  • Centerville
  • Chaires Crossroads
  • Felkel
  • Gardner
  • Iamonia
  • Ivan
  • Lafayette
  • Lutterloh
  • Meridian
  • Ochlockonee
  • Rose
  • Wadesboro