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The Pinellas County Jail is located in Clearwater, Florida, and serves all law enforcement agencies in the area. Being the only jail in the county, its population consists of around 3,000 inmates daily. The jail offers a multitude of programs for its inmates including, substance abuse prevention, anger management, GED, and many others. To conduct a Pinellas County inmate search, click here.

Pinellas Jail Address

14400 49th St N
Clearwater, FL 33762

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Jail Visitation Hours / Pinellas County Inmate Search

Before scheduling a visitation, it is advisable to first conduct a Pinellas County inmate search. To conduct a Pinellas County inmate search, click here.

The jail Pinellas County offers two options for visitations: Video Visitations and the Mobile Video Bus.

Location and Hours for Video Visitations:

The Video Visitation Center is located at 14500 49th Street in the Pinellas County Jail Administration Support Building.

Hours for the Video Visitations are between 11:30 a.m. and 7:40 p.m.

Call 727-464-6842 between the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for assistance scheduling a visitation appointment or for online appointment questions:

Locations and Hours for the Mobile Video Bus:

Location #1:

James B. Sanderlin Family Center
2335 22nd Avenue
St. Petersburg, FL 33712

Hours: Every Monday and Wednesday

Location #2:

North Greenwood Recreation & Aquatic Complex
900 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue
Clearwater, FL 33755

Hours: Every Tuesday

Location #3:

Tarpon Springs Police Department
444 South Huey Avenue
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689

Hours: Every Thursday

Location #4:

Greater Ridgecrest YMCA
1801 119th St.
Largo, FL 33778

Hours: Every Friday

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Pinellas County Jail Visitation Rules

• Only two visitors may visit at a time, either two adults or one adult and one child.

• Visitors must schedule an appointment up to one week prior to the visit. The jail prohibits same-day visits.

• Visitors must be 18 years of age or older, or accompanied by an adult.

• Visitors may not bring contraband into the facility.

• Any form of poor behavior or misconduct may be grounds for cancellation of the visitation.

• Visitors are only permitted to visit with the inmate they scheduled the appointment for.

Pinellas County Inmate Mail / Pinellas County Inmate Search

Inmates may receive mail and deliveries at any time. Mail coming from the United States Postal Service is received Monday through Friday. All incoming mail will be thoroughly searched for contraband before being given to the inmate.

Inmates are also able to receive pictures/messages from family and friends by clicking here.

To view recent Pinellas County arrests or to conduct a Pinellas County inmate search, click here.

Additional Information

Pinellas County created the Pinellas Safe Harbor in 2011 to serve the homeless population in the area who are involved in the Pinellas County Criminal Justice system. This shelter offers men and women who are exiting the Criminal Justice System an opportunity at a fresh start in a safe environment. The shelter offers many services to help members to get back on their feet after hardships to keep them out of jail and off of the streets.

Sheriff’s Office

Pinellas County Sheriff’s office was founded in 1912 at the time that the county was founded. The sheriff’s office plays a key part in services and programs in the county to keep people safe and involved in the community. They take part in charity sporting events and volunteering in the community while also offering internship opportunities.

Pinellas County Inmate Search
Pinellas County Inmate Search

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Address

10750 Ulmerton Rd
Largo, FL 33778

Sheriff

Bob Gualtieri is the sheriff of Pinellas County, Florida. He was appointed Sheriff in 2011. Sheriff Gaultieri began his career in law enforcement in 1982 at Pinellas County Jail working as a detention deputy. Sheriff Gaultieri has also been appointed to serve as the chair of MSDHS Public Safety Commission following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in 2018. He continues to advocate for extended safety measures in Pinellas County.

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