Pinellas County Inmate Visitation: Looking to visit a loved one in Pinellas County Jail? First, verify they are still in jail by visiting our Florida Jail Inmate Search page.
Due to COVID-19, The Pinellas County Jail will only be allowing two visitors per visit. Visitors must check-in within the FIRST 20 MINUTES of the visit and face masks will be required for entry. All visits will be 40 minutes long.
Pinellas County Jail Visitation is at 14500 49th Street North in the Pinellas County Jail Administration Support Building.
- All visitors and their guests (including minors) must schedule visits no later than midnight the prior day. Unfortunately, they can not accommodate same-day visits.
- Reservations to visit inmates are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Reservations must be one week in advance.
- Minors under the age of 18 with an adult can enter. You must be 18 years of age or older and have a valid photo I.D. to make an appointment.
- All visitors must present a valid photo identification card (U.S.Govt. or State issued ID/Driver License) for admittance.
For more info and visiting hours visit the PCSO website.
Video Visitation Scheduling Information:
To schedule an appointment online:
To schedule an appointment by phone:
10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 7 days a week.
Lawyers/Attorneys & other Professional Visits
Due to Covid-19, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is now allowing professional visitors such as lawyers/attorneys to sign in and conduct video visitations remotely.
Professional visitors must request access to conduct video visitations remotely, by following the directions in the documents on the Pinellas County Jail Website. Users must first create an account and after the account has been created, they will receive a verification that the account has been approved, and then must schedule a video visitation session. Once the users account has been identified as professional in the video visitation system, they will not monitor or record these sessions.