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The Pasco County Jail is the largest correctional office in Pasco County, Florida. It is situated on ten parcels of land located in urban New Port Richey. The jail’s 1,500-bed office holds pre-preliminary detainees. Aside from its correctional facilities, the jail in Pasco County provides reintegration programs for male convicted prisoners. The jail is a medium-security facility. It is possible to locate an inmate at the facility by conducting a Pasco County inmate search. To conduct a Pasco County inmate search, click here.

The average number of bookings in the jail each month is 152. The jail is overseen by thirty-nine staff members. On average, the jail uses over 750 inmates for their in-office jobs to provide help for the jail’s clothing, kitchen, and other activities. The staff at the Pasco County correctional facility also supervises and runs the Pasco County Work Leave Center, which is located one red light signal from the jail.

Pasco County Jail Address

20101 Central Blvd
Land O’ Lakes, Florida 34637

Inmate Mail

Inmates at the facility may receive and send mail. Senders must provide a return address so that mail can get delivered to the addressees.

The jail mailing address is as follows:

Inmate Name- ID Number
20101 Central Boulevard
Land of Lakes, Florida, 34637

Prisoners may also receive publications, but these must be sent directly from the publishers. Before sending inmate mail, please confirm the inmate’s presence at the facility by conducting a Pasco County inmate search, click here.

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Visitation

Inmates at the detention center in Pasco County may have two forty-five minute onsite video visits a week. Visitation takes place between the hours of 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday through Sunday. If a prisoner or guest fails to follow the jail rules, visits could be restricted.

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Pasco County Sheriff / Pasco County Inmate Search

The Sheriff of Pasco County is Chris Nocco. He has been the sheriff since he was appointed by Governor Rick Scott in 2011. In 2012, he was elected for the position, then he was re-elected unopposed in both 2016 and 2020.

Before being serving in his current position and working at the Pasco Sheriff’s Office as a major and a captain, Nocco worked with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, the Philadelphia Public School Police, and the Fairfax County Police Department. Nocco was a first responder during the 9/11 attacks, during the Washington, DC sniper case, during the anthrax attacks, and during several large-scale protests that occurred in Washington, DC.

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About Pasco County / Pasco County Inmate Search

The county is home to the Pasco County Jail. To conduct a Pasco County inmate search, click here. Pasco County is situated on the west central coast of Florida. Based on the 2020 census, the county population was 561,691. The county’s namesake was Samuel Pasco.

Pasco County is part of the Tampa Bay Area and is mainly a bedroom society for St. Petersburg and Tampa. The county incorporates several trails and parks near rivers, lakes, the Gulf of Mexico, and freeway/railroad right-of-ways. In addition, the county is called the “naturist capital of the U.S.” West Pasco comprises retirement districts, commercial fishing, and the Tampa suburbs. The Suncoast Parkway along with U.S. 19, U.S. 41, U.S. 98, U.S. 301, and I-75 all go through Pasco. The county is situated directly west of Sumter and Polk counties, north of Pinellas and Hillsborough counties, and south of Hernando County.

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Demographics

According to the 2000 Census, the county contained 344,765 residents,147,566 households, and 99,016 families. The population concentration consisted of 463 people per square mile. There were 173,717 housing units with an average density of 233 per each square mile. The racial percentage of the county was 93.70 percent White, 2.07 percent Black or African American, 0.35 percent Native American, 0.94 percent Asian, 0.03 percent Pacific Islander, 1.52 percent from some other race, and 1.38 percent from two or more races. 5.69 percent of the population were Latino or Hispanic of any race.

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