Pinellas County Jail, FL Inmate Search, Visitation Hours
14400 49th Street North, Clearwater, FL, 33762
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The Pinellas County Jail is nestled in Clearwater, Florida. The Pinellas County Jail is a medium-security facility that is home to both adult female and adult male offenders. The Pinellas County Jail does not house juvenile offenders.
All inmates who are currently in the Pinellas County Jail are typically brought in because they were arrested throughout the county. Rarely the Pinellas County Jail will take in the state or even a federal inmate when those facilities are experiencing the overcrowding issue.
Inmates in the Pinellas County Jail will either have been sentenced already or currently going through the justice system.Suggest Edit
Pinellas County Jail — General Information
Adult, Capacity 3271 persons.
14400 49th Street North, Clearwater, FL, 33762
Pinellas County Sheriffs Office
Address: 10750 Ulmerton Road, Largo, Florida, 33778
How to Find Someone in Pinellas County Jail
Unfortunately, as of 2019, the Pinellas County Jail does not have their inmate database available on the web for you to leisurely search.
With the technology ever so advancing, it will be a matter of time before the Pinellas County Jail makes their database public. County jails all over the United States are slowly making their inmate databases public for the community to sift through.
Until the Pinellas County Jail does this next step, you will have to get in contact with the Pinellas County Jail to find out all the information you need about the inmate in question.
Sending a Mail/Care Package
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One of the very few privileges an inmate can get here at the Pinellas County Jail is being able to send and receive handwritten letters from their loved ones back home.
The Pinellas County Jail supports inmates in contacting their family and friends, so once they get released from the facility that have a support system on the outside.
You are permitted to write to an inmate. When you send any sort of mail to the Pinellas County Jail you should always keep your name and return address on the envelope.
Before the inmate will receive your letter, it will be examined by a Pinellas County Jail employee to ensure there is no contraband coming into the facility.
Inmates in the Pinellas County Jail will need funds for a few different things. Inmates will need to pay their jail fees, purchase items from the commissary, and to fund their phone account.
Jail life in the Pinellas County Jail is not free as many people think. In order to deposit funds into an inmate’s account, you can come down to the Pinellas County Jail and drop off a money order with the personnel in the lobby.
This will take a few days before the funds fully hits the inmates account.
Another one of the very few privileges that an inmate has here in the Pinellas County Jail is that the inmate can make telephone calls to their friends and family.
Inmates can either make collect calls or they can go through the Securus Technologies, which is a phone service that the Pinellas County Jail uses.
The downfall with making collect calls is that if you have a cell phone, you will not receive the call. Only people who have a landline will receive these calls.
However, if the inmate uses Securus Technologies, they can make calls if they have funds in their phone account. If their phone account does not have funds, they will have to resort to making a collect call home.
Would like to visit an inmate in the Pinellas County Jail? You will need to get in contact with the Pinellas County Jail to find out their up to date visiting hours.
When getting the updated visiting hours list, you will also need to bring a government-issued identification card such as your passport or your driver’s license, to be permitted into the visitation area.
Refer the map below to find the driving directions.
- Tampa Community Release Center
- St. Petersburg Community Release Center
- Suncoast Community Release Center
- Pinellas Community Female Release Center
- Hillsborough Juvenile Detention – East
- Hillsborough Juvenile Detention – West
- Pinellas Juvenile Detention Center
- Largo Road Prison
- Hillsborough County Jail (Work Release)
- Hillsborough County Juvenile Assistance Center