Pasco County Bail
Posting Pasco County Bail
If you have been arrested in any city within Pasco County you will be transported to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office Jail. A Pasco County bail bond can be posted at the jail whether you have been arrested in New Port Richey, Port Richey, Dade City, or Zephyrhills 1st Knight Bail Bonds can help to get you out of jail.
We can help you secure a Pasco County bail bond on misdemeanor and/or felony charges. A criminal charge will determine the amount of the bonds and we are uniquely placed for a rapid response to your request. 1st Knight Bail Bonds has decades of experience and will work with each person as an individual and not just a number. We understand that no one plans on being arrested in Pasco County so money may be tight, don’t hesitate to discuss finances with us so we can work with you.
It is our honor to be available to provide 24/7 access to anyone needing a Pasco County bail bond so we offer many ways to contact us. You can use our contact form on this site or call us any time at (727) 538-7727
Pasco County Police Departments
Pasco County, Florida has 4 municipal police departments and one Sheriff’s Office. These agencies are full service police departments and have full state authorized arrest powers. Below is a full list of Pasco County law enforcement departments/offices.
20101 Central Blvd
Land O Lakes, Fl. 34637
6333 Ridge Road
Port Richey, Florida 34668
6739 Adams St
New Port Richey, FL 34652
38030 Meridian Ave
Dade City, FL 33525
6118 8th St
Zephyrhills, FL 33542
Pasco County Jail
The Pasco County Jail is located at 20101 Central Blvd., Land O’Lakes, Fl 34637 and was designed to hold 1,432 inmates. The county jail houses prisoners from every municipal jurisdiction within the county as well as prisoners arrested by deputies of the sheriff’s office.
People suspected of crimes will be brought to the detention center and processed through the book-in area where a bond may be assigned if a judge has issued one. It is not the responsibility of the jail to determine the size of a criminal bail bond and detention officers do not have the ability to increase or reduce bail amounts set by a judge. You can see if a person is in the custody of the Pasco County Jail by checking the In Jail section.
Free Warrant’s Check
If you believe you may have a warrant for your arrest and would like to take care of it call 1st Knight Bail first. We can contact the issuing agency and verify if there is an active arrest warrant and also find out if there is a bail bond amount already assigned. If there is a bail amount assigned we can have everything set up for you to be able to turn yourself in and get released very rapidly. By preparing ahead of time you can drastically reduce your time inside the jail. Just call (727) 538-7727 to get started.