Seminole County Jail is a medium-security prison in Sanford, Florida. It was built in 1994 and is the biggest prison in all of Seminole County. The facility can hold up to 1,000 inmates. The facility holds both male and female offenders. To conduct a Seminole County inmate search, click here.
211 Eslinger Way
Sanford, FL 32773
Seminole County Inmate Search
To conduct a Seminole County inmate search and to view Seminole County mugshots, click here.
Jail Visitation / Seminole County Inmate Search
For jail visitation hours, please contact the facility at (407) 665-1200. However, before scheduling a visit with a Seminole County inmate, it is recommended that you first conduct a Seminole County inmate search here. While at the facility, all visitors must adhere to the following rules:
- Visitors must arrive 30 minutes ahead of the scheduled visitation.
- Visits must be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance.
- Visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult or guardian.
- All clothing worn by visitors must be appropriate and non offensive.
- Visitors will not be permitted to return into the facility once they leave.
- If a visitor is believed to have contraband they can be searched at any time.
- Inmates are only allowed one visit per day.
Inmate Mail / Seminole County Inmate Search
Seminole County Jail uses the Smart Connection service for inmates to send and receive mail. All mail that is sent into the facility will be electronically scanned in. Inmates will be able to view their electronic mail via the kiosks located in the facility. Before sending mail to an inmate, it is recommended that you first conduct a Seminole County inmate search here. Address mail to inmates as follows:
Inmate’s Name – Booking Number (ID Number)
PO Box 1907
Pinellas Park, Florida 33780
Sheriff’s Office / Seminole County Inmate Search
Seminole County Sheriff’s Office is a multi-accredited facility. Along with the many services they offer in regards to law enforcement they also offer a large number of services and programs to the community. A few of these include Charitable Programs, Neighborhood Watch, Juvenile Programs, Student Internship Program, and Safe Kids Seminole County. All of these programs are a way to keep the community involved while also ensuring their safety. The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office offers a number of job positions to the people in their community. These positions range from medical, to clerical, all the way to law enforcement. To conduct a Seminole County inmate search, click here.
Sheriff’s Office Address
100 Eslinger Way
Sanford, FL 32773
Dennis M. Lemma is the Sheriff of Seminole County Florida. He was elected for his second term as Sheriff in 2020. His career in law enforcement began in 1992 working as a corrections officer for Seminole County Sheriff’s Office. He has spent over 30 years working in the law enforcement field.
About the County
Seminole County is located in the central area of Florida. It was founded in 1913 after separating from Orange County, Florida. The county receives its name from the Seminole people who inhabited the area before its founding.
According to the 2020 U.S. Census Seminole County was made up of 470,856 people, 178,094 households, and 120,049 families. The population consisted of White (56.08%), Black or African American (10.68%), Native American or Alaska Native (0.16%), Asian (5.34%), Pacific Islander (0.05%), Mixed/Multi Racial (4.42%), Hispanic or Latino (22.63%), and Other Races (0.63%).
Seminole County is made up of multiple cities, census-designated places, and unincorporated communities. These include:
- Altamonte Springs
- Lake Mary
- Winter Springs
- Black Hammock
- Fern Park
- Forest City
- Wekiwa Springs
- Indian Mound Village
- Lake Monroe
- Sanlando Springs