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Hillsborough County is the fourth most populous county in the state of Florida. It includes the city of Tampa, its county seat. As of 2010, there were 1,229,226 residents living in this region, which lies on the east side of Tampa Bay, midway along the west coast of Florida. It was created in 1832 from parts of Alachua and Monroe counties, and was initially much larger than its current size of 1,266 square miles. Eight other counties were taken from the original area, the latest in 1911. The county was named for Wills Hill, Earl of Hillsborough, who served as British Secretary of State for the Colonies from 1768 to 1772.
Agriculture is a large part of the county’s economy. The most important products are strawberries, vegetables, ornamental plants, citrus fruits, beef, farm-raised fish, and poultry. Over 388 million dollars was made solely from the sale of strawberries grown here in 2012.
The large population of Hillsborough County requires an extensive jail system. The Department of Detention Services of the Sheriff’s Office oversees two separate facilities. The first is located at 1201 Orient Road, Tampa, Florida 33619. The Orient Road Jail is the intake center, handling booking, processing, and detention for over 27 different law enforcement agencies operating in the county. Built in 1994, it can house a total of 1,711 male and female inmates, both adults and juveniles.
The Falkenburg Road Jail is the larger of the two complexes, and one of the largest direct supervision facilities in the entire United States. As many as 3,072 inmates can be housed here. The address is 520 North Falkenburg Road, Tampa, Florida 33619. Eligible inmates may take advantage of educational and vocational programs such as GED classes, culinary training, and sewing instruction.
Video visitation is allowed; the visitation center for both jails is located at the Falkenburg Road location. Details about visitation regulations are included on the website. Visits must be scheduled by the inmate, not the visitor. To ask specific questions about visiting a prisoner, call the center at 813-247-8371. To make inquiries about inmates in either of the Hillsborough County detention facilities, call 813-247-8300.
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