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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Rhett Mikols
Rhett Mikols

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

I wish there are more than 5 stars. This is a 2 part review. Part 1) When I was in jail the judge released on ROR (which ROR really means Return On Release), you go in and give them all your phone numbers, address, family names addresses and phone numbers, you work with them but they wont work with you. your first call and they are ready to send you back to jail. They say that you did not give all the information, you ask to get permission to go out of county, reason why, where, how long etc and let them know when you are back (even go in), no good, give them all the papers needed etc but they hate that. You call on your day (Wed); it is on your papers and they say your day is Thursday and you still call the next day they get mad at you. It is better to have no ROR and a high bond than just ROR. Part 2) When I called from my cell because the landline was down, they were yelling at me and would not let me call in. It is Thursday 3am and here is a knock and a ring on the door, it is the cops with a warrant for my arrest. They have my phone numbers, they could have called and said come in or there will be a warrant. This is days before Hurricane Irma (luckily my cousin came on a whim from Germany because my grandmother has dementia would be up a creek without a paddle and although it was rough for him with the language and first time with a hurricane, plus our cat). Anyway after 5 days in jail; hurricane passed and the courts resumed, got a bond of $20,000 and who to call? We did not know so we called Russo Pelletier and Sullivan and they recommend Action Plus Bail Bonds (and Action Plus recommend Russo Pelletier and Sullivan). We called them, and they are like family, fast and caring. They bonded me out within 2 hours (normally they say about 8). When I went in to sign the papers and talked about what happened and they know how the ROR office is and how bad Mr. Martin is. With Action Plus they allow you to call in any day of the week, from any of your numbers, also you can go anywhere within the Tampa Bay area and most of all when you call in, they talk with you and allow you to call in. Could not have gotten through this with out you. Thank You. If you want to form a bond with your bondsman, go with Action Plus Bail Bonds.

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Evan Monroy

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posted 10 months ago

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Remi Rodriguez
Remi Rodriguez

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

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Pinellas County Jail Address: PO DRAWER 2500 LARGO FL 34649

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Pinellas County Sheriff`s Office To Host A Third Discovery Day Program For Children Residing In Pinellas County:
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2 days ago
Detectives are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying two scheme to defraud suspects:
Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Corporal K. Frazho of the Economic Crimes Unit at 727-582-6611 or kfrazho @pcsonet.com https://t.co/jqWQPD2OW2
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RT @PinellasCoNews: Get a first look at the new Lealman Community Campus this Sat! Food, touch-a-trucks and family activities from 10-2. Th…
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"Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said a Florida resident can be involuntarily committed '15 times within the last month' and still legally buy a semi-automatic assault rifle like the one used in last week's massacre at a Broward high school." More: https://t.co/S9rejNjSJm

Pinellas County Sheriff's Office

The members of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office take great pride in providing dedicated and professional service to all in Pinellas County - whether it is in law enforcement, corrections, court security or in a support staff role.
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Pinellas County Sheriff`s Office To Host A Third Discovery Day Program For Children Residing In Pinellas County

What:|
Pinellas County Sheriff`s Office will host a third Discovery Day program for children, ages 8-13, who reside in Pinellas County.

When:
The program will begin at 9:00 a.m. and run until 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, 2018.

Where:
The program will be held at the Sheriff’s Administration Building located at 10750 Ulmerton Road in Largo.

Why/How:
The program will provide Pinellas County children the opportunity to take a hands-on, behind-the-scenes look at the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office. Participants will receive a welcome from Sheriff Bob Gualtieri before experiencing four education stations. These four stations will include PCSO vehicle displays, a modified version of the Physical Abilities Test (P.A.T.) course, a hands-on crime scene investigation experience, and the opportunity to test their skills on the Targeted Response Against Distracted Driving (T.R.A.D.D.) course.

Limited spaces available. Click here to register: Discovery Day Registration
https://www.pcsoweb.com/data/sites/1/media/extra-pdf/2018_dd_application.pdf

Questions should be directed to the Public Relations Bureau at (727) 582-6221 or rbutler@pcsonet.com
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
Teamwork makes the dream work, as they say!

Last night, K9 Cairo & his handler, Deputy Brissett, teamed up with the PCSO helicopter and the Violent Offender Warrants Unit & Violent Crimes Task Force, which deal with some of the county's most dangerous wanted suspects.

When a murder suspect and three others fled on foot from their vehicle, only one got away – but not for long! The helicopter directed the K9 team to the fourth suspect’s hiding location, where K9 Cairo gave some stern warnings that his time was up. The suspect was taken into custody in yet another successful #K9Catch.
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office2 days ago
Detectives are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying two scheme to defraud suspects

On Saturday, January 20, 2018, at about 8:15 p.m., two unidentified females, entered the Winn Dixie store located at 10202 Seminole Boulevard in Largo.

Suspect number one purchased a $300 MasterCard gift card and presented cash as the payment method. While the cashier was counting the money, suspect number two took a picture of the gift card with her cell phone. Suspect number one returned the card to the cashier, stated she longer no longer wished to purchase the card, and reclaimed her money.

Both suspects left in a newer model white sedan. After the suspects left the store, an employee discovered the gift card balance was zero.

Suspect number one is described as a black female with shoulder length hair, wearing a white top, black pants, and light colored shoes.

Suspect number two is described as a black female with long hair, wearing a green jacket, black pants, and dark colored shoes.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Corporal K. Frazho of the Economic Crimes Unit at 727-582-6611 or kfrazho@pcsonet.com. To remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS. Or www.crimestoppersofpinellas.org.
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
We're dropping the hammer
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
Sheriff Bob Gualtieri held a press conference today to talk about "Operation Drop the Hammer", an undercover sting operation initiated by the Construction License Investigation Unit resulting in the arrest of 26 unlicensed contractors for a total of 57 criminal charges.

"The void has been a lack of enforcement through the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board and when there's been no enforcement for years these people run a muck in the community and they are ripping people off and they are a huge problem", Sheriff Gualtieri said.

"We are going to continue this enforcement effort and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is going to continue it's efforts to protect the citizens" - Sheriff Gualtieri.

Surveillance video from the operation can be seen at the 16:56 minute mark. "Bada Bing!"
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
This weekend, Deputy Roscoe Dobson was recognized at Commissioner John Morroni's 23rd Annual First Responder Appreciation Dinner for his part in locating and apprehending a violent, armed fugitive. Congrats, Deputy Dobson!
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
Open Position: Classification Specialist

Key Qualifications:
-Associate's degree
-4 years' experience in a related field
-OR an equivalent combination of education and experience
-75% minimum score on a basic skills test
-Valid Florida driver's license

General Info:
Classification specialists classify and reclassify inmates housed in the Pinellas County Jail. This entails interviewing inmates within 24 hours of admission to the jail, monitoring inmate behavior during the classification process, and setting priorities for workload in an effective manner.

Specialists must exercise good judgment as it pertains to inmate custody grade, special handling, housing, and program participation.

Daily responsibilities include preparing housing and availability reports, providing court testimony when required, and reclassifying inmates based on changes in behavior, attitude, custody status, program participation, etc.

For further details about the classification specialist position and other PCSO job openings, visit pcsoweb.com/current-openings
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
They live, play, AND work together? Now that’s love! Happy Valentines Day from some of the PCSO’s cutest couples.
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
Detectives are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a fraudulent use of credit / debit card suspect
On Tuesday, January 16, 2018, at about 1:15 p.m., an unidentified male suspect, fraudulently used a debit card the Publix located at 2886 US Alternate 19, Palm Harbor.

The unknown male attempted to make three fraudulent purchases utilizing the victim’s debit card. However, only one of the fraudulent purchase was approved. The suspect purchased four $200.00 gift card, greeting cards, and other miscellaneous groceries for a total amount of $887.50. The victim maintained possession of the debit card during the time frame when the fraudulent purchase occurred, indicating the card had been cloned.

The suspect is described as a black male with a stocky build and a beard. The suspect was observed wearing dark colored clothing, a black baseball cap, a large gold-colored watch on his left wrist, a large gold-colored bracelet on his right wrist, and glasses.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Detective E. Moor of the Economic Crimes Unit at 727-582-6949 or emoor@pcsonet.com. To remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS or www.crimestoppersofpinellas.org.

See attached photograph and video link: https://youtu.be/ZM19K8fdjn0
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office2 weeks ago
Detectives are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a grand theft suspect after the suspect is seen on surveillance video taking possession of the victim’s wallet that contained over $400 cash.

On Thursday, February 1, 2018, a grand theft occurred at Winn Dixie, located at 8740 Park Boulevard North in Seminole. The suspect then exits the location and leaves the area in a grey/silver colored SUV.

The suspect is described as a white heavy-set male, wearing a red flannel vest with the words “Born Fly” on the lower back, jean shorts, a camo shirt, and a red/black hat with “Fly” written on it.

Anyone with information that may assist detectives in this investigation is asked to contact Deputy N. Thompson of the Burglary & Pawn Unit at 727-582-6779 or email at nthompson@pcsonet.com. To remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS or www.crimestoppersofpinellas.org.
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