Osceola County Jail

Are you looking for inmate in the Osceola County Jail? Click to the Osceola County Corrections Information page.

On the page, you can view the daily booking record or search for a specific inmate. You will be able to review:

  • a photo
  • inmate name
  • birthdate
  • inmate and booking numbers
  • where arrested and by what agency

If you click on the name of an inmate, a new screen will give you:
  • a personal description
  • their address and
  • disposition date

Osceola County Department of Corrections

Are you looking for a phone number? Go to the Contact Information page and you can find phone numbers for the correctional facility, pretrial and other needed contacts.

Are you looking for information as to how to send mail to an inmate? Click to the Inmate Mail page for mail regulations and procedures.

Do you want to know how to visit an inmate? Go to the Visitor information page for how to schedule a visit and other helpful information such as dress code, what you need for identification and more.

Did you know that you can deposit money on an inmate's account? Read how to do that on the Jail Commissary Account page

Osceola County Sheriff

The Sheriff's offices posts a Most Wanted listing.You will see a photo and a name. Click on the name and you can review:

  • the offense
  • the date of the offense
  • date of birth
  • race/sex

Warrant information is also published by the Sheriff's office at their Warrants Information page. Actually they will give you links to search state wide warrant information as well as the county traffic warrants page.

Osceola County Clerk of Court

You can search county court records by going to the Public Access page. Be sure you are using on of the recommended browsers and click to the next page where you can perform your search.

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