Pinellas County Inmate Search By Name – 2024

Pinellas County Inmate Search and Inmate Lookup is a website where anyone can search for info about people currently in jail in Pinellas County, Florida. It’s run by the County Sheriff’s Office and is kept up-to-date to give accurate info to the public.

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Pinellas County Jail – General Information

Jail NamePinellas County Jail
Jail TypeCounty Jail
Location14400 49th Street North, Clearwater, FL 33762
Contact Numbers(727) 464-6415
Postal Code33762
CountyPinellas County

Pinellas County Inmate Jail Roster Search

The easiest way for many people to find inmates is by using the online inmate search. You can find this tool on the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office website.

Here’s how to use it:

  • Go to the website and find the ‘Who’s In Jail‘ option.
  • Enter the inmate’s first and last name, Race, And Docket, Sex their booking number.
  • Click ‘Search’ after putting in the info.
Pinellas County Inmate Jail Roster Search
  • The system will show you details about the inmate, like their booking number, charges, bail or bond amount, and when they might get out of jail.

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Visiting an Inmate at Pinellas County Jail

Procedure for Arranging a Visit:

  • Join the check-in queue before the visit starts, but not more than 15 minutes early. One missed visit is okay, but more means no visits for 30 days.
  • Schedule visits online.
  • Update your phone number in case staff needs to contact you.
  • Test your internet connection before checking in.
  • Have your ID ready.
  • Follow the dress code.
  • Only registered visitors allowed.
  • Use only the device you’re visiting on.
  • No inappropriate behavior during visits.

Rules and Regulations for Visits:

  • Check in within the first 20 minutes of the visit.
  • All visitors, even kids, must be added to the visit.
  • Three visitors max per visit: two adults and one child, or one adult and two children.
  • Make sure your email is up-to-date for canceled visits.
  • Dress appropriately: no revealing or offensive clothes, nothing too tight, and no offensive pictures or language.
  • Wear appropriate footwear.
  • Don’t stand during visits.

Inmate Call

Inmates can’t get phone calls, but they can make collect calls. They can also buy their own minutes to call out. Friends and family can add minutes to their phone account by depositing money into their AdvancePay Phone Account through ViaPath.

Inmate Mail

  • You can talk to inmates by sending them mail. You can use regular mail or a private delivery service, but they’ll check it for banned stuff. Magazines, newspapers, and books must come from the publisher directly. Legal mail will be opened with the inmate there. You can’t send self-addressed stamped envelopes or stamps.
  • Here’s how to address the mail:

Full name, ID number
Pinellas County Jail
14400 49th Street North Clearwater
Florida, 33762-2877

  • Inmates can only keep ten 4×6 photos. If your letter has more photos or anything else, they’ll send it back to you.

Sending Money to an Inmate

  • You can send money to inmates at Pinellas County Jail using money orders. Make sure to include the inmate’s full name, docket number, and where they stay. You can drop off money orders 7 days a week at the Visitation Center and Public Lobby, or mail them to:

Pinellas County Jail Inmate Accounting

14400 49th Street N Clearwater, FL 33762

  • There are also cash deposit machines (kiosks) at the Visitation Center and Public Lobby. You can also deposit money online at connectnetwork. For help with online deposits, call 877-650-4249.

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Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department


14400 49th Street North
Clearwater, FL 33762

Phone: (727) 464-6415

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