Hillsborough County Falkenburg Road. Jail Visitor Information & Inmate Locator- Prison Inmate Search

Hillsborough County Falkenburg Road. Jail

Hillsborough County Falkenburg Road. Jail

520 N. Falkenburg Road, Tampa, FL 33619, Alabama

Phone :
(813) 247-0234
Website :
Inmate Locator :

Hillsborough County Falkenburg Road. Jail Visiting Information:

Appointments are made at the Visitor’s Reception Desk, Monday through Friday 6:30 am to 9:00 pm at 863-402-7201 or 863-402-7202.

Video Visitation Center Rules and Regulations
All inmate non-contact video visitation will be held
at our New Video Visitation Center located at 520
Falkenburg Road, Tampa, FL 33619
All Visitations are by appointment only. Appointme
nts will be scheduled by the inmate 1 day in
advance. It is the responsibility
of the inmate to contac
t and notify his/her visi
tors of the schedule
Visiting hours are Sunday through Saturd
ay 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The
first visit will be at 1:00 p.m.
and the last visit wi
ll begin at 8:00 p.m.
The Visitation Center will be closed on all Sheriff'
s Office observed holidays, including Christmas.
Visitation will be 40 minutes in length. Promptness will be
strictly enforced. Visitors must arrive within
5 minutes of the start of their scheduled visits
or they will not be allowed in the viewing area.
Each inmate is permitted to have up to 3 visitors at one time this includes children and infants. 1 must
be an adult.
All visitors under the age of 18 must
be accompanied by an adult who will be required to sit in the
Visitation Center along with the under aged visito
r. Unaccompanied minors will not be permitted in the
Visitation Center.
Visitors under the age of 18 who are married to
a facility inmate must
provide a valid marriage
certificate prior to the start of the visitation session.
Visitors must properly identify themselves upon arrivi
ng at the Visitation Center. Visitors must present
a valid government issued photo ID indicating the date of their birth. Ac
ceptable forms of identification

Valid Driver’s License

Valid passport with photo attached

Governmental agency issued photo identification

Any license or identifica
tion issued by governmental agencies with a photograph encased or
sealed in plastic
Identification that appears to be altered, modified, or is invalid will not be accepted.
All visits are monitored and ar
e subject to being recorded.
Visitors may arrive no earlier th
an 30 minutes before the star
t of their scheduled visitation.
Visitors who leave the Visitation Center building befo
re their session is over will not be permitted to re-
Visitors must be appropriately dressed to include
shirt and shoes. Appr
opriate undergarments are
required, but should not be visible.
Clothing which unduly exposes the shoulders, chest, back, stomach,
midriff and upper thigh is not allowed. Transparent
or spandex clothing desi
gned or intended to be
worn to excessively accent the body will not be perm
itted. Other prohibited garments include: hats and
head coverings, tank tops, halter or
tube style tops, spandex leggings or tights, shorts or skirts above
mid-thigh, and any clothing with derogatory or offe
nsive slogans or pictures. Requests to remove
religious head coverings for a visu
al check and electronic wand search
will be done with discretion and
in privacy. A visitor’s refusal to these checks will
result in the visitor not being allowed into the
visitation area. Visitation staff will determine attire appropriateness.
A visitor who demonstrates inappr
opriate conduct while visiting, or on the premises of, any Department
of Detention Services Facility will be permanently
banned from any future visitation. Inappropriate
conduct shall be defined as:

Exposure of sexual organs (to include female breasts)

Obvious physical impairment caused by drugs and/or alcohol

Any other action that could compromise the secu
rity or orderly operation of the facility.
Car keys and wallets are the only personal items a
llowed into the Visitation Center. All other items
should remain in the visitors vehicle, for those
utilizing public transporta
tion secure lockers are
Visitors with infants and small children may bring one
baby bottle/one diaper/b
aby wipes/and a blanket.
A diaper bag, which will be searched, will be permitted. Baby carriers have been removed from the
items allowed in the viewing area. NO strollers will be allowed.
All children must be supervised so as
to not interfere with other visitors. It is the visitor’s responsibility
to monitor their behavior. Adults
of unruly children will be asked to
leave with their child and the
visitation session will be cancelled. Repeat beha
vioral problems will result in suspension from
visitation privileges.
TOR CENTER. Visitors caught with a cell
phone will be asked to leave and have future visits suspended.
Visitors are expected to be cour
teous to other visitors. Loud talking, excessive emotionalism, or any
other type of disruptive behavior will not be permitte
d in the Visitation Center. Failure to comply will
result in termination of the session and
result in suspension of future visits.
If you experience a problem with the audio or vide
o reception during your visit, please notify staff
Upon the conclusion of your visitati
on session you are to leave the Vi
sitation Center. Loitering in the
building/parking lot or on the property will not be permitted.
Failure to follow any of the above rules may cause suspension or revocation
of visitation privileges.

Hillsborough County Falkenburg Road. Jail Additional information:

DUI Enforcement

Operation 3D is a public awareness plan that is designed to enhance the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office ability to deal with problems commonly associated with motorists who drink and drive. It will serve to encourage voluntary compliance of existing traffic laws by motorists. The activities will be accomplished by the dissemination of news releases, the development of public services announcements and awareness materials, all of which will serve to enhance the Sheriff's Office enforcement efforts. These awareness efforts combined with inter-agency enforcement will serve to make our roadways safer for the traveling public.


No time limit unless space availability is limited.

Hillsborough County Falkenburg Road. Jail Description:

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7 Responses to Hillsborough County Falkenburg Road. Jail

  1. Delfina Monserrate March 3, 2014 at 3:00 am #

    Good nights. Please I want to know if my brother José Monserrate is there, he is sick. I’m trying to located him but I dont have resaults. I can’t find him. I know that he was arrested and is the jail wating to see the judge. Thanks for your help.


    • PrisonPath March 3, 2014 at 8:57 pm #

      Hi Delfina,

      Please try the inmate locator on this prison page for Hillsborough County Jail. For more information, contact directly the facility.

  2. Deborah F. March 25, 2017 at 9:04 pm #


    I have a mentally ill sister who is in your facility for her first time and it was about domestic abuse with her spouse. We know she is very paranoid and doesn’t trust anyone. Her husband told us she is being defiant. Her mother and myself want to see her or talk to her to try to help. It seems like the only way this can happen is if she initiates it. How can we let her know we want to see or talk to her?

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thank you,

  3. PrsonP@th March 26, 2017 at 1:08 am #

    Hi Deborah,

    You can write a letter to her or contact the prison chaplain to speak to her about the family wanting to communicate with her.

  4. Deborah F. March 26, 2017 at 2:33 am #

    Thank you so very very much!!

    God. bless

  5. camille shirina September 17, 2018 at 11:18 am #

    Can I go just go and schedule a visit for the same day with a friend who just got out into jail

    • Glynn martin March 6, 2019 at 8:28 am #

      Nope. You must schedule the visit at least 24 hours in advanced, I want to say. If not a full 24 hours ahead of time then I know for sure the visit must be scheduled before midnight (12am) the day before you’re scheduling the visit.

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