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Hillsborough County Jail

Hillsborough County Jail

After an arrest in Hillsborough County, FL, inmates being detained will be brought to either the Orient Road Jail our the Falkenburg Road Jail which are both maintained by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

The Orient Road Jail is located at 1201 Orient Road. The Falkenburg Road Jail is located at 520 N Falkenburg Road.
Setting up a visit with an inmate during the global pandemic caused by the COVID-19 health crisis has become more difficult. Although criminal defense attorneys are being granted every opportunity to visit their clients via confidential video conferences at the jail.

Attorney for Inmates at the Hillsborough County Jail in Florida

If your loved one is being held at a jail in Hillsborough County on Orient Road our Falkenburg Road, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Sammis Law Firm.

Our four attorneys focus exclusively on criminal defense for both felony and misdemeanor cases in Hillsborough County and the surrounding areas in the greater Tampa Bay Area.

Call 813-250-0500.

HCSO Search Arrest Inquiry Database

HCSO Search Arrest Inquiry - Visit the website of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) to find a database that lists people currently in the jail at Orient Road Jail or Falkenburg Road Jail.

The HCSO Jail Management System uses a search feature that is open the public. Even after a person’s release from the jail, the information will remain on the website for another 90 days (although authorized members continue to have access to the information after the 90 day period).

Criminal defense attorneys have full access to the arrest inquiry database.

The search features open to the public includes information on the pending charges that caused the detention, the amount required to bond out of custody, and the mug shot and booking photo.

The search features allow you to search by the inmate’s name or booking number, booking date, or release date. You can limit your search to current inmates only or sort by booking date, or booking number.

Keep in mind that the fact that a person was arrested does not mean that the inmate has been convicted of a crime. The information on the arrest inquiry database is updated every 30 minutes.

Additional Resources

FDLE’s Statewide Criminal History - To find information about a criminal history on a statewide basis, visit the website of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Public Records.

This article was last updated on Friday, April 24, 2020.