Orange County Jail

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Orange County, famous for its tourist destinations in and around Orlando, the county seat, in the center of Florida, was founded in 1845. With 1,145,956 residents, it was the fifth-most populous county in the state in 2010. It was named for the citrus fruit that once formed the basis of the economy, but was known as Mosquito County from 1824 to 1845. Since that time, several other counties have been created from parts of the original area. The county currently has a total area of 1,003 square miles, with 10% covered by water. The population is quite diverse, with 46% White, about 20% Black, nearly 27% Hispanic, and almost 5% Asian.

The current economy is largely based on tourism, as Orange County is home to such attractions as Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld Orlando, all of which first opened in the 1970s. The theme parks draw more than 62 million visitors each year from all over the world. The county is also home to the University of Central Florida, as well as numerous private universities and colleges.

The jail facilities in Orange County are under the supervision of the Corrections Department  of the county government, rather than being administered by the Sheriff’s Office, although it is located nearby. The jail complex holds a total of 4105 beds for all classifications of inmates. The Booking and Release Center is located at 3855 South John Young Parkway, Orlando, Florida, 32839, and can be contacted via phone at 407-836-3400. All mail should be addressed to PO Box 4970, Orlando, Florida, 32802. The Video Visitation Center is located at 3000 39th Street, and can be reached by phone at 407-836-8061.

The Florida Department of Corrections has several facilities in Orange County, including the Central Florida Reception Center, which also supervises the Kissimmee and Orlando Community Release centers, Bridges of Orlando, the Transition House of Kissimmee, and Orlando Transition Center. The Reception Center is located at 7000 H. C. Kelley Road, Orlando, Florida 32831. Built in 1988, it has a total capacity of 1,659 male adult and youthful inmates, held under close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. To get more information, visit the Department of Corrections website or call the Center at 407-207-7777.

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home 3708 S John Young Pkwy STE N-1, Orlando, FL 32839, USA
phone (407) 423-7827

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Daryl Winters
Daryl Winters

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

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saleemah McNair-Saunders

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

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Orange County Jail Address: 3723 Vision Blvd ORLANDO FL 32802

Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida

On November 4, 2008 Sheriff Jerry L. Demings was elected Orange County's 28th Sheriff. He believes that, to be totally effective, a law enforcement agency has to form close working partnerships, not only with the citizens it serves, but with its schools, churches, all branches of local government, and the local corporate community. Community Oriented Policing remains one of the cornerstones of his policing philosophy. The world of law enforcement is different today. Taking on the task of serving as Sheriff in the rapidly growing urban environment that characterizes the Orange County of today is light years away from the days of the vast orange groves, pristine, crystal clear lakes, and the quiet bedroom community that was once Orange County. While many of the traditions, duties, and responsibilities of the Office of Sheriff clearly remain, today the county's top lawman must possess the knowledge and skills of a street smart cop along with those of the savviest chief executive officer sitting at the head of the table in a corporate board room. Orange County continues to grow and, just as it has in so many other urban areas in the United States, that growth continues to present new issues and challenges on the table of the Sheriff of Orange County. Learn about our history and where it all began for the Orange County Sheriff's Office at http://www.ocso.com/OfficeoftheSheriff/HistoricalHighlights/tabid/58/Default.aspx
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida7 hours ago
Twenty years ago today Deputy Grady Braddock made the ultimate sacrifice while serving Orange County.
Deputy Braddock was on routine patrol when he learned that officers from the Windermere Police Department were trying to apprehend two suspects in a stolen vehicle.
Deputy Braddock began to drive towards the area of the pursuit to assist. He positioned his marked unit so as to see the fleeing suspects as they approached, when his vehicle was struck broadside by the stolen car. The investigation revealed that the suspect vehicle was being driven without headlights when it struck Deputy Braddock's car at over 90 miles per hour. Deputy Braddock's life was taken from him while performing his duties as an Orange County Deputy Sheriff. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Braddock family and friends. Rest in peace.
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida1 day ago
Please designate a sober driver this holiday weekend.
We will be on the lookout for drunk, drugged or high drivers.
It's all adds up to a DUI. Arrive alive! Don't drink and drive.
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida2 days ago
NEED TO ID:
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office received information that the depicted individual known as ‘Kevin’ may be involved in a residential burglary in Orange County’s jurisdiction.
If you recognize this man call Crimeline at 800-423-8477.
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida2 days ago
We love to meet and greet our visitors--especially on rainy days! :)
From across the pond: We got this photo from Gemma in the UK:

"Thanks to these two guys for putting a smile and making the effort to talk, joke and have a picture with my two Girls in Disney Springs last week 😊 They’ve asked me to print the picture so they can show their friends in school back in Wales!"
You are welcome! Please come back and see us soon!
United Kingdom Disney Springs
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida added 2 new photos.3 days ago
OCSO in Action:
We received this typewritten letter from David and Verna Pike after they drove 4,400 miles round trip between their home in Maine and coming all the way down to Walt Disney World.
Back in 2000 the Pikes bought a personalized brick for their granddaughter Rachel Pike, who is now a student at Embry-Riddle University.
There was one catch--they couldn't find it!
The Pikes spent a lot of time searching for the 18-year-old brick to no avail.
Sergeant Steve Fortier joined the couple in their brick search and after what seemed like an eternity, Sgt Fortier announced that he had found it!
The couple was overcome with emotion as they took a picture with our eagle-eyed Sarge and sent this heartfelt note.
#makingadifference
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida added 2 new photos.4 days ago
Making a difference!
2017 was a record-breaking year for Orlando tourism.
Over 72 million visitors came to the Orange County continuing to make us the #1 tourist destination in the United States.
We want our visitors to have the best experience possible.
So who ya gonna call with a question?
Four District Engagement Officers will be walking the beat, to assist tourists around the I-Drive corridor and serve as eyes and ears.
The officers are not sworn, however, they will be in direct contact with OCSO deputies at all times.
If you see them, say hello. Their mission is to help everyone have a great I-Drive experience. They will have your backs! 😀
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