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Seminole City Jail, FL Whos In Jail, Inmate Roster

Updated on: March 9, 2021
3280 North 64th Avenue, Seminole, FL, 33024

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Seminole City Jail is situated in Florida. The facility is known as a holding pen for those who will eventually be moved on to the county facility. The Seminole City Jail works alongside the city’s police department.


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Seminole City Jail Prison Information

Jail Name Seminole City Jail
Jail Type City Jail
Location 3280 North 64th Avenue, Seminole, FL, 33024
Contact Numbers 954-967-8900
City Seminole
Postal Code 33024
State Florida
County Broward County

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The Seminole City Jail houses people captured inside the Seminole limits. You can get extra data by reaching the Seminole City Jail at 954-967-8900. Or then again utilizing the prisoner locater.

Sending a Mail

Mail is conveyed to detainees Monday through Friday. All mail is liable to look. Prisoner non-legitimate mail will be filtered preceding conveyance.

Detainees at the Seminole City Jail may not get any mail, books, or magazines containing explicit, posse, or savagery related materials. All letters coming all through the office must be by U.S. Mail. (FedEx, UPS, and so forth not acknowledged)

Magazines and papers must come straightforwardly from the distributer. Just bundles containing soft cover books might be acknowledged. (Prisoners may just have five books in their cell.) Bundles surpassing the impediments will be returned.

Legitimate correspondence must be plainly marked "Lawful Mail." Such correspondence will be conveyed and looked within the sight of the beneficiary prisoner.

No money can be acknowledged via mail.

Sending Money

Store Rules:

  • Prisoners craving to buy things did not give to them can buy things from Store

  • People wishing to store assets into a prisoner's record may do as such at the Seminole City Jail Front Anteroom. The Jail's Front Anteroom is open regular 7:00 am to 11:30 am and from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm to help the general population

  • Guests may store US cash, cash requests, and clerks checks to a prisoner's record. Clerks checks, and cash orders must be made out to the City of Seminole. Individual or business checks are not acknowledged

  • These assets are accessible for the prisoner to utilize the day after they are put for the detainee

  • Ownership of monies by a prisoner is illegal

  • Assets may not be moved from the record of one prisoner to the record of another detainee.

  • Clerks checks and cash requests may likewise be sent to the prisoner via mail for store into the detainee's record. Comment on the booking number on the reference line of the check or cash request

  • Prisoners get a receipt of each record exchange

  • Assets might be included by means of web through: (utilizing our Office ID # and the prisoner/prisoners Jail ID #)

  • Reserve might be included by means of phone through Touch Pay: 954-967-8900

Phone Calls

Phones are accessible in all modules and the booking admission region.

Phones are given in the dayroom today by day use during dayroom hours. Detainees can decide to charge the call collect or, through a prepaid record or telephone card.

The overall population may build up prepaid records by calling Inheritance Prisoner Correspondences at 954-967-8900. Detainees may not get calls.

Telephone highlights, for example, call pausing, hold, and three-way calling are not permitted and will bring about calls being separated. All phone numbers dialed, and discussions will be recorded and might be observed moving along without any more notification. (Exemption: Lawyer workplaces if the detainee gives the lawyer's office number).

Visiting Rules

Grown-up guests must sign in at the Seminole City Jail Front Hall preceding any visits. Visits are on a "first come/first served" premise. Guests must be beyond 18 years old. A grown-up must go with minors 17 years old or under. All guests ought to show up at least 15 minutes before the visit.

Guests for prisoners housed in Regulatory Isolation must check in at any rate 30 minutes before visit. Guests will be required to create a legitimate government provided type of picture recognizable proof.

A limit of three grown-up guests are permitted per visit. A limit of 5 guests in any minor/grown-up blend are permitted per visit. Prisoners may have 2 one-hour visits every week.

Visitation Hours

Sunday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Monday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM

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