Madison Police Department

  • Agency: Madison Police Department
  • Address: 310 SW Rutledge Street, Madison, 32340 FL
  • Chief: Rick Davis (Chief of Police)
Phone: 850.973.5077
Fax: 850.973.5079

Madison Police Department is located at 310 SW Rutledge Street, Madison, 32340 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Rick Davis. The Madison Police Department phone number is 850.973.5077.

Madison Police Department News

******UPDATE PERSON HAS BEEN LOCATED****** Thank you for all the shares! ***** MISSING SENIOR CITIZEN****** The Madison Police Department needs help locating David Shank 80yrs old, from the Carewell Assited Living Facility located at the old Madison hospital on Marion Street. Mr. Shank is believed to have walked away on foot this morning 05/25/2018 Mr. Shank does not have the capacity to make sound decisions for himself and is listed as a vulnerable adult. Mr. Shank was last seen wearing tan Khaki pants , possible a brown plaid shirt with a jacket and dark blue hat with orange brim (hat pictured below) Please SHARE this post and if Mr. Shank is spotted please call Madison County Sheriff's Office Dispatch 850-973-4001 Option 1 or 911 If it is an emergency.

We wanted to let the Citizens of the city of Madison that we are aware that there is a salesman that is going door to door selling books, this person does have a permit through the city and we have verified his affiliation with the company so please don't be alarmed. The sales person is diving a gray Volkswagen with Tennessee plates. If anyone has any questions or concerns with this sales person feel free to call us.

All we can say is THANK YOU! We are humbled by all of the support we have seen this week for National Police Week. Today we got a visit from some awesome first graders who brought us a card, pizza and some beautiful "hand" made pictures! Big shoutout to AOk Electric, LLC. Kindred Healthcare Lake Park Ofmadison Madison County Central School and everyone else that has stopped by to show their support! #WeLoveTheCommunityWeServe

We are so thankful for Lake Park of Madison that brought our officers Lunch today in honor of National Police Week. We love the community we serve! Even K9 Bolt was happy to have visitors!

This morning our friends at Kindred at Home brought our officers some goodies in honor of National Police Week. Kindred at Home is a home health service that recently opened an office in downtown Madison. We greatly appreciate the goodies and the support that they delivered!

I don’t know if you are ready for the weekend as much as K9 Bolt is. Happy Friday! #weekend #k9 #Bolt⚡️

As a safety reminder: Please do not leave your vehicle unlocked and running. A) it makes an easy target for car theft B) According to F.S. 316.1975 , leaving a vehicle running and unattended is a non- moving violation and you can receive a citation.

***** Traffic Alert***** Range Street Southbound at Jordan street will be blocked off. Jordan Street will also be closed , as the Sanitation department is working in the area. Please be careful on Range Street as one lane is blocked off.

Thanks to The Georgia Photography Fanatic for this breathtaking photo of our small town!

***** CHANGE OF DATE ON ROAD CLOSURE****** ****** UPCOMING ROAD CLOSURE ****** On Saturday April 28th,2018 Crane Ave at Base Street will be Closed from 7:30 am - 7:30 pm. The Cell Tower located at that intersection will be having some work done. The date has changed to limit the impact of Buckeye Bank customers. The road will be closed Saturday and possibly Sunday. Another announcement will be posted if the closure will extend to Sunday.

****** UPCOMING ROAD CLOSURE ****** On Wednesday 04/25/2018 Crane Ave at Base Street will be Closed from 7:30 am - 7:30 pm. The Cell Tower located at that intersection will be having some work done. Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union customers can still access the bank from Marion Street. The below map shows in Yellow the area to be blocked off and in Green shows Marion street being open. If you are accessing NFCC, MCMH or James Madison High School please be aware that Crane Ave at Base Street (Hwy 90) will be closed and please use Marion Street.

Madison’s Public Safety represented well in this mornings Down Home Days Parade! 🚓🚒🚑

The Madison Police Department extends our sincere condolences to the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office office for their tragic loss today. Please keep the families of those affected in your prayers.

Reminder that Down Home Days is this weekend- below is a schedule of events - also please be careful when coming to Madison on Saturday as Highway 90 will be closed at Duval Street for west bound traffic and east bound will be closed at Washington Street for the festival- the parade starts @ 10 am and Highway 90 will close at O’Neal’s before the start of the parade! Please adhere to the detour signs to avoid any inconvenience and be cautious of the increased amount of pedestrian traffic!

Today Members of the Madison Police Department along with the Madison County Sheriffs Office and the Florida Department of Corrections participated in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics this morning.

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week is this week April 8th - 14 and The Madison Police Department would like to send our sincere thanks and appreciation to The Madison County Sheriff's Office Communications Officers that take care of us on a 24/7 Basis. 911 Dispatchers are the very first responder to an Emergency and without their help and dedication our job would be impossible! #ThankaDispatcher #911

K9 Bolt wants to wish everyone a safe and Happy Easter 🐇🐰🐣

Don’t test your Luck 🍀 today , don’t drink and drive ! #BuzzedDrivingisDrunkDriving #DriveSoberOrGetPulledOver #FloridaLEL #District2

Our Press conference held today in regards to yesterday’s shooting

Today’s event in the City of Madison was not an active shooter situation. There were no public building, school or business directly involved. There are no violent assailants being searched for that pose a threat to the community. The Madison Police Department in conjunction with FDLE are investigating the incident. There is no active shooter at large and additional information will be released when it's available.

Florida law requires you to Move Over a lane — when you can safely do so — for stopped law enforcement, emergency, sanitation, utility service vehicles and tow trucks or wreckers. If you can’t move over — or when on a two-lane road — slow to a speed that is 20 mph less than the posted speed limit. Slow down to 5 mph when the posted speed limit is 20 mph or less. When you fail to Move Over, you put yourself and others at risk; you could crash into a vehicle or worker. Violating the Move Over law will result in a fine, fees, and points on your driving record. For more information, see section 316.126, Florida Statutes.

Tomorrow The City of Madison will experience some Winter Weather. Most Floridians don’t experience these conditions often which will create extra road hazards. Please drive cautiously, safely and only if you have to. The roads will be icy as we experience sleet and snow.