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Seminole County, in east central Florida, is located between Daytona Beach and Orlando. The population, as of 2010, was 422,718. The county is bordered by the Wekiva River on the west and the St. Johns River and its lakes on the north and east. The total area is 345 square miles, with over 10% covered by water, mostly that of Lake Jesup in the north central part of the county. It is the third-smallest county in the state. Originally part of Orange County, Seminole County was created in 1913 and named for the Seminole people who occupied the area in the 1700s and early 1800s. Sometimes called “Orlando North”, the county relies heavily on tourism for its economy.

The county seat and largest city is Sanford. Although it is inland from the Atlantic Ocean, it is still an important port, lying on the St. Johns River system at Lake Monroe, at the head of the navigable section. Camp Monroe was established in this area in 1836 by the United States Army, during the second Seminole War.

The John E. Polk Correctional Facility, under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office, is the jail in Seminole County. The facility is located at 211 Bush Boulevard, Sanford, Florida 32773. A maximum of 1,396 adult male and female prisoners may be housed in the complex. Academic programs, such as adult basic education, GED courses, and basic computer skills, are available to inmates. The facility began the first hydroponics horticulture program of any jail in the U.S. in 1996. The program produces vegetables for inmate and staff meals.

Visitation at the jail is by appointment only. Appointments may be made through the website up to one week in advance, but at least 48 hours before the desired visit, and visitors must arrive at least 30 minutes prior to their scheduled time. Only persons who are listed on an inmate’s visitation list will be allowed to visit. You may also phone the facility at 407-665-3191 to schedule a visit, instead of scheduling online. Either way, you will receive a confirmation number which must be brought along at the time of the appointment.

Seminole County Correctional Facility Address: 211 BUSH BLVD. SANFORD FL 32773

15 hours ago
Sheriff Lemma: Anyone looking to create fear will be caught and held accountable. https://t.co/oGeV7FrFAf SeminoleSO photo
15 hours ago
Sheriff Lemma “No credible threats whatsoever” to Seminole County Schools. https://t.co/md8RZq3LQ6 SeminoleSO photo
3 days ago
We are asking the public for help to identify this suspect believed to have made multiple fraudulent transactions totaling $2,040.57 using a stolen credit card. Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call SCSO Investigator Brandon Pharis at 407-665-1422. https://t.co/391aXnl6bT SeminoleSO photo
4 days ago
Join us this Saturday February 24th for the Sheriff's Office Recruitment Open House! Come learn more about a career at one of central Florida's most progressive law enforcement agencies. https://t.co/6iIbn7UttG SeminoleSO photo
4 days ago
Our school resource deputy Rich Dickens was called from directing traffic to rescue a kitten wedged under a mini-van in the school car line Friday. Once he maneuvered the frightened kitty past a very hot exhaust pipe he had a new friend for life! #WeAreSCSO. https://t.co/5IdLLLSRHL SeminoleSO photo
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office14 hours ago
During an afternoon press conference Sheriff Dennis Lemma, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Walt Griffin, Casselberry Police Chief Larry Krantz and Oviedo Chief of Police Dale Coleman assured parents there have been no credible threats to Seminole County schools.
Today, two middle-school students, one in Casselberry and one in Oviedo, were arrested for making threats. Those students were arrested, but police chiefs from both cities said there is no indication those students intended to act on those threats. Sheriff Lemma said the sheriff’s office will continue to investigate any and all threats and hold anyone making them accountable.
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
All Seminole County residents are invited to participate in the Seminole County Child Abuse Prevention Task Force (CAPTF) and The Christian Sharing Center, Inc. “Food Drop” event this Friday, February 23! You only need to show a valid ID to partake. Please see the flyer below for the details.

Interested in helping with the event? Volunteers are still needed and can sign-up at http://signup.com/go.LnFAatz.
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY: We are asking the public for help to identify this suspect believed to have made multiple fraudulent transactions totaling $2,040.57 using a stolen credit card. The investigation began on December 12, 2017, when a Brevard County resident contacted the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office after his credit card was declined when attempting to make a purchase. The resident noticed multiple charges made at Walmart stores in Orlando and Oviedo on December 7th totaling $2,040.57. Surveillance photos from the Oviedo Walmart show the suspect wearing a blue, striped, long sleeve shirt and black ball cap. Anyone with information on this crime or the identity of the suspect is asked to call Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Brandon Pharis at 407-665-1422.
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office updated their cover photo.3 days ago
We are hosting a Recruitment Open House this Saturday, February 24th!

Join us to learn more about a career at one of central Florida's most progressive law enforcement agencies!

There will be two presentations with information on our hiring process at 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

You will have the opportunity to meet and interact with our specialty units who can provide more information on the positions.

Please RSVP to Roberta Morales at rmorales@seminolesheriff.org or 407-665-6544.
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.4 days ago
All Nine Lives Intact!
Kudos to school resource deputy Rich Dickens who rescued a trapped kitten from the wheel well of a mini van Friday at Keeth Elementary. Once he reached the frightened kitty and maneuvered it past a hot exhaust pipe, he’d made a new friend for life! #WeAreSCSO
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.4 days ago
This morning eleven new deputy sheriffs joined the ranks of the Seminole County Sheriff's Office. They were sworn in by Sheriff Dennis M. Lemma at a badge pinning ceremony attended by their family and friends. Congratulations to all and welcome to the SCSO family!
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
At approximately 1:00 a.m. Saturday deputies and investigators responded to the 1200 block of Snug Harbor Drive in reference to a burglary in progress. The suspect attempted to take items from seven vehicles but was unsuccessful due to residents locking their vehicles or not keeping valuables inside. Below is surveillance footage from a resident who caught the suspect attempting to burglarize this vehicle. We’d like to give kudos to the deputies for their quick response and to our Seminole County residents for proactively protecting themselves from being victims of vehicle burglaries!
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office shared State Representative Bob Cortes's post.4 days ago
We'd like to thank State Representative Bob Cortes for seeking this road designation on behalf of our fallen comrade Deputy Sheriff Matt Miller. Deputy Miller was a 28-year law enforcement veteran. In 1992, he was one of the first deputies assigned to our newly-created Motor Unit, and he went on to spend much of his career assigned there. We remember and honor him. His dedication and his sacrifice will never be forgotten.