Pasco County Jail
To find out if your loved one is being held in Pasco County, click here, call (813) 996-6982, or use VINE (see below). Be prepared to provide the inmate’s full name and date of birth when using the VINE website.
The Florida VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can search for information regarding the custody status of their offender, and to register to receive phone calls and e-mail notifications when the offender’s custody status changes.
This service is provided to assist Victims of Crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status. Click this link to register.
Inmates being held for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Florida Department of Corrections (DOC), or charges from other counties will not be found by going to the VINE Link above. You will have to call the Pasco County Jail.
Bonding someone out of the Pasco County Jail
If an inmate has bondable charges, he or she can bond out at any time. A bond can be paid with or without a bail bond agent. The method (cash/surety) and amount of money needed for bonding someone out of the Pasco County Jail depends on their charges. Most crimes, but not all crimes, are bondable offenses.
When you pay a cash bond, it is refunded to you when all court appearances have been made and the case is discharged, dismissed, or a not guilty verdict rendered. If the arrestee fails to appear or is found guilty, the money will be forfeited. When you use a Bail Bondsman for a surety bond, you will not get a refund.
Pasco County Jail
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Visiting Hours and Rules
Friends and family members can visit with an inmate at the Pasco County Jail via Video Visitation or Virtual Visitation:
- Video Visitation is a video conference between the local Visitation Room 00Kiosk and the inmate.
- Virtual Visitation is a two-way video conference between you and a remotely located inmate connected via the internet.
Equipment needed For Virtual Visitation:
- Computer with Windows Operating System
- High speed Internet Browser & Adobe Flash Player
- Speakers or Headphones
- Camera and microphone
To create an Account and Register for Visits:
- Go to Homewav SignUp and fill in the required information.
- Complete the Login procedure as a new user.
- Add funds to your account for a specific Inmate.
- Wait for funds to clear & post to your account.
- Accept incoming calls from the facility and schedule visits.
The Benefits of Virtual Visits
Virtual visits allow Inmates to visit their spouses, kids, parents, grandparents, and friends in a less traumatic and more natural environment. It can be comforting to see that their homes and families are OK. They can even see their pets.
The cost to visit is minimal when compared with travel expenses or taking time off from work. Generally the costs are comparable to making a collect telephone call from the facility.
There is NO MINIMUM CALL length. An inmate’s children can say goodnight, from the comfort of their own home, for the cost of a one minute visit.
Virtual visitation allows an approved and registered visitor to connect from anywhere in the WORLD with High Speed Internet for a flat per minute fee.
Friends and family can visit inmates via the internet using a computer, tablet, MacBook, IPad, or smartphone. The charge is .50 per minute with no minimum amount of time and a maximum of 20 minutes per visitation session.
There is no limit on the number of sessions as long as you have money on your account and no other inmates are waiting to use the system. There is no scheduling. There is also a one minute video messaging function.
- Everyday 8:30 am – 11:30 am, 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm, 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
- Administrative Segregation inmates and Red Dot inmates will only be authorized up to two hours (6 – 20 minute sessions) per week.
Rules and Regulations for Local and Virtual Visits
- All visitors 16 and over are required to provide a valid driver’s license or state identification card with a photograph, current address, and date of birth, or a valid passport.
- Visitors must conduct themselves in an orderly manner. Persons who are unruly and using obscene language will be asked to leave the facility for local visits and the visit will be terminated.
- All visitors are required to adhere to the posted facility dress code for local visits.
- Clothing must be conservative and NOT revealing. Visitors conducting virtual visits must dress appropriately and must remain clothed during the visit. Nudity and sexual activity is not permitted.
- All children must be fully clothed during all visitation sessions.
- All visitors for local visits are subject to search.
- Introduction of contraband into a correctional facility is a 3rd degree felony.
- No smoking is permitted
- Taking pictures or audio/video recordings of an inmate is not allowed.
- Any visitor under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Minor children must not be left in the lobby or visitation room without adult supervision.
- Local visitation is limited to three visitors at a time.
- Visitors must show their face on screen at all times during visits.
- Third party phone calls or video calls are not permitted during visits.
- Visitors must place ALL property (cell phones, keys, wallets, sunglasses, hats, jackets, etc.) in the secured lockers provided in the lobby. No items are allowed in the visitation room.
Pasco County Jail
20101 Central Blvd.
Land O’ Lakes, FL 34637
Driving Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/EtjtbgBgxnRNkwZn8
General Phone Number
Inmate Mailing Address(es)
Inmate Name and ID Number
Pasco County Jail
20101 Central Blvd.
Land O’ Lakes, FL 34637
Telmate Wireless Tablets
Getting Out provides an easy way for you to communicate with your incarcerated friend or loved one at the Pasco County Jail. The inmates have access to wireless tablets, which means you have more ways to stay connected by sending emails and photos for a small fee.
- Messages: $0.25/send
- Photos: $0.25/upload
In order for your inmate to communicate with you using the tablet, they must have funds in their Inmate Account. To communicate back, you must also have funds in your Friends and Family Account.
Step 1: Create Your Account
- Click here to create a Getting Out account. Once you are verified you can make a deposit.
Step 2: Make A Deposit
- Deposit funds online or through the mobile app
Step 3: Start Communicating
- Once funds have been deposited into both their Inmate Account and your Friends & Family Account, you can start communicating with your inmate.
How to Call an Inmate
Inmates at the Pasco County Jail cannot receive incoming phone calls, however, they have access to phones and can make outgoing calls from the inmate housing area daily. Phone calls are recorded and may be monitored at any time.
Inmate Calling Solutions (ICS) is the inmate telephone provider utilized by the Pasco Sheriff’s Office. All inmate phone calls are made collect, except for those set up through prepaid accounts.A Prepaid Collect Calling Account or a Debit Telephone Account can be set up online at ICSolutions.com, or by calling 1-888-506-8407.
How to Send Money
There are four ways to send money to your loved one at the Pasco County Jail. You can visit the facility in-person and use the lobby kiosk, which accepts Visa, Mastercard, and cash deposits.
You can go online at AccessCorrections.com or use the Access Corrections app in the Apple or GooglePlay stores. Or, you can call 866-345-1884 to speak with a bilingual agent, anytime 24/7. Internet, app, and phone deposits can be made with Visa or Mastercard debit or credit cards.
Friends and family can customize a Care Pack from all the items that are on the Commissary Menu. The max spending amount is $66 plus $7.95 for shipping and handling and another $7.95 for a processing fee. One package per inmate per week may be ordered.
Only commissary questions can be answered by Trinity Commissary at the Jail, (813) 235-6053. Care Pack ordering and questions must be directed to MyCarePack at 866-643-9557.
Programs For Inmates
Inmate Labor Programs
The mission of inmate labor programs is to enhance inmate reintegration into society, raise the work ethic of inmates, and give them a productive way to serve their sentence, while saving taxpayer dollars. These programs teach inmates proper safety and common vocational industry practices, along with principles of positive work ethics.
The Inmate Labor Section consists of four units, Inmate Labor, Facility Maintenance, Construction, and Contracted Work Crews.
Inmate Labor is responsible for the overall cosmetic maintenance of Detention Central, the upkeep of the facility grounds and supervision of assigned programs.
- County Work Crews (Animal Control, Road and Bridge, Parks and Recreation)
- Grounds Maintenance
Operation Payback Program
Operation Payback (OPB) is an alternative county jail sentence where inmates are assigned to a county park or facility to assist with general cleaning and grounds maintenance.
County Worker Crews
- Road and Bridge
This four-person crew is used primarily to maintain areas such as retention ponds and road ways throughout the county.
- Parks and Recreation
This five-person crew completes general maintenance and landscaping at all county parks and recreation centers.
- Animal Control
This five-person crew assists by cleaning dog kennels and walking dogs.
- Administrative Clean-Up Crew
The Sheriff’s Office operates two administration clean-up crews. Each crew is composed of three female inmate workers that complete general cleaning in agency buildings throughout the county.
An average of 25 female inmate workers are assigned to the Laundry program. Inmate workers complete all washing and drying of jail linens and uniforms, they also make sewing repairs. They are able to repair socks, undergarments, inmate uniforms, sheets, and mattresses.
- Grounds Maintenance
Designed to train inmates for potential employment upon release from incarceration, this program instructs inmates in the proper handling and use of common commercial landscaping equipment to include preventative maintenance and servicing of the equipment. Additionally, the program is used to maintain the grounds of the facility.
Inmate Vocational Programs
The Sheriff’s Office currently has carpentry, welding, and construction vocational programs.
The carpentry program has an average of seven inmate workers who are taught how to use various power tools and equipment and build items such as picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, bean bag toss games, and items from recycled pallets. The inmates in this program receive a certificate for hours of instruction when they are released from custody.
The welding program generally has an average of two inmates who are taught to weld and make things such as park grills and smokers. They receive certificates in welding safety, blueprint reading, and hours of instructions. Some participants are able to be fully certified through the American Welding Society upon their release.
The construction program has an average of 10 inmate workers who assist with general maintenance; replacing flooring, building renovations, plumbing, and electrical work. These inmates are instructed on tool handling, safety procedures, blueprint reading, and proper use of power tools. The work crews operate under the supervision of certified staff members holding a general contractors license.
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Careers at Pasco County Jail
If you are interested in a career with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office and would like more information about the job openings at the Pasco County Jail, click here. For information about becoming a certified deputy sheriff or certified detention deputy in the State of Florida, you may contact the Florida Department of Law Enforcement directly at 850-245-2929 or click here for more information.