Pinellas County Jail

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Pinellas County is located in west central Florida. Most of the county forms a peninsula between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay. With a total area of 608 square miles, but only 274 square miles of land area, it is the second-smallest county in the state by land area. At its broadest point, it is only 15 miles wide, while it is 38 miles long from north to south. The county includes 11 barrier islands and 587 miles of coastline. The population was 916,542, as of 2010. This urban county bases its economy on tourism.

Although the largest city is St. Petersburg, along Tampa Bay at the southeast part of the region, the county seat is Clearwater, which is located more centrally and reaches from the Gulf to the Bay. Clearwater became the county seat in 1915, three years after the establishment of Pinellas County.

The Pinellas County Jail is administered by the Department of Detention and Corrections, under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office. Located at 14400 49th Street North, Clearwater, Florida 33762, it houses approximately 3,600 inmates, making it the 28th largest jail in the United States. Different parts of the complex are used to house different classifications of prisoners. Every level of custody, from maximum security to work release, is provided. Both male and female adults and juveniles are incarcerated in the facility. To inquire about an inmate, or for general questions about the facility, call 727-464-6415.

Inmates may receive mail, and video visitation is allowed. The visitation schedule is posted on the website, along with the schedule for the Mobile Visitation Bus, which travels to four different locations each week to help make visitation more convenient for families. The Video Visitation Center near the jail is located at 14500 49th Street North, in the Jail Administration Support Building. Visits must be scheduled online, up to one week in advance. For help with scheduling, call 727-464-6842 between 10:00 a.m. and 4.30 p.m., seven days a week. Be sure to check the website for regulations related to visits.

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Action Plus Bail Bonds / Tampa Bay Monitoring

home 14605 49th St N #3, Clearwater, FL 33762, USA
phone (727) 530-0146

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Corey Thomp
Corey Thomp

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

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JOEL SMADES
JOEL SMADES

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

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Daniel Orrego
Daniel Orrego

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Great people and alcohol monitoring. Zack, Julia, and Frank are extremely helpful.

Pinellas County Jail Address: PO DRAWER 2500 LARGO FL 34649

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“We owe it to our children, to the families in this community, and to ourselves to do everything in our power to end this tragedy.” –Sheriff Bob Gualtieri #NOPEofPinellas #DrugPrevention #opioidcrisis #2018nopecandlelightvigil https://t.co/nR08yJ0fYZ
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According to the Pinellas/Pasco Medical Examiner– there have been 640 opioid-related deaths in Pinellas County since 2015. #NOPEofPinellas #DrugPrevention #opioidcrisis #2018nopecandlelightvigil https://t.co/IVEF1b2VAz
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Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of unintentional deaths in the United States. More people are dying from drug overdoses today than from gun homicides and motor vehicle crashes combined. #NOPEofPinellas #DrugPrevention #opioidcrisis #2018nopecandlelightvigil https://t.co/z3ocq7idLZ
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“Through awareness and promoting education about drug addiction and drug abuse, our HOPE GROWS. Through our continued law enforcement efforts, our HOPE GROWS.” – Sheriff Bob Gualtieri #NOPEofPinellas #DrugPrevention #opioidcrisis #2018nopecandlelightvigil https://t.co/WIz0T2xbwo