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Osceola County is located in central Florida, just south of Orlando, and bordered on the west by the Kissimmee River. The county is named in honor of the Seminole Indian leader, Osceola, who was an important figure during the Second Seminole War in 1836-37. It was established in 1887 from parts of Orange and Brevard counties. The total area is 1,506 square miles, with almost 12% covered by water.
As of the 2010 census, the population was 268,685. The majority (45.5%) of residents are Hispanic or Latino. Whites comprise 40% of the population, and about 9% are Black. Asians make up nearly 3% of the residents of the county.
The county seat is Kissimmee, located in the northwest part of the area. Ranching was the most important industry in the area’s economy until Walt Disney World opened nearby in 1971. Since that time, tourism and development have superceded any agriculture, especially around the county seat. There are still some large cattle ranches and orange groves in the southern portion of the county. The top employers of residents of Kissimmee are the county school district, Disney, and Wal-Mart. The Houston Astros, a major league baseball team, conduct spring training in Kissimmee.
The Corrections Department, under the supervision of the Board of County Commissioners, has operated the Osceola County Correctional Facility since 1997. Prior to that time, the jail was under the direction of the Sheriff’s Office. Built in 1986 and renovated and expanded in 1998-99, the facility can house up to 873 male and female adult and juvenile inmates. The facility is located at 402 Simpson Road, Kissimmee, Florida 34744. Video visits are allowed; appointments must be scheduled online, through the link provided on the Department’s website. For information about visitation schedules and regulations, or to inquire about a specific inmate, call the jail at 407-742-4444.
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home 1407 Simpson Rd, Kissimmee, FL 34744, USA
phone (407) 483-8990
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Osceola County Jail Address: 400 SIMPSON ROAD KISSIMMEE FL 34744
So adorably sweet... Here Deputy Sheriff Yma is passing out the stuffed toys from the bag his little girl gave him before he left. She asked him to give them to the kids because maybe it will make them smile again. ❤️
This morning Sheriff Gibson met with our Emergency Response Team (ERT) before they were deployed to the panhandle area to assist with Hurricane Michael recovery efforts.
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