Jacksonville Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 501 E Bay St, JacksonvillJacksonville, 32202 FL
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Phone: 904-630-500
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Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is located at 501 E Bay St, JacksonvillJacksonville, 32202 FL. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office phone number is 904-630-500.

Jacksonville Sheriff's Office News

It’s #9PMRoutine time! If you completed it tonight, let us know. We want to know what neighborhoods are helping us fight crime. We are down 22.4% in auto burglaries this year vs. last year. Thank you, Jacksonville for partnering with us to fight crime. Crime prevention is a partnership and together we can make a difference. Beep beep - No excuses!

TWO Dogs Need Homes - They Are Fully Trained - PLEASE SHARE We are so thankful five have been adopted but we need to find homes for two more dogs, Cuddles and Kane! These dogs are part of our program, "A New Leash on Life". The program takes dogs from various places, where they would likely be euthanized if not adopted. The dogs are moved to our prison with inmates, where they are fully trained so they can be adopted. - Kane is a 3-year-old mixed breed. Kane is an energetic boy with a strong ball drive. He prefers to be the only dog in the household. Dr. Kane has a PhD in Obedience! - Cuddles is a 5 year old mixed breed. She is very sweet and loves people. She needs to be the only pet in the household. She will be graduating with a PhD in Obedience and us now certified as an American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen. A gold standard of behavior for dogs! AMAZING! All of the dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on all of their shots and micro-chipped. Adoption fee is $40.00. If you are interested in adopting any of these dogs, please contact Officer Irre at 904-766-5004 right away. Please leave a message and she will return your call. You can also email JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org with your contact information and we will have someone reach out to you.

‪The Saturday night tea. ‬ ‪☕️Remove guns from vehicle.‬ ‪🐸Remove valuables from vehicle.‬ ‪☕️Lock doors.‬ Get the ‪#9PMRoutine done whatever time you get home! Let us know if you completed it tonight so we can know what neighborhoods are helping us fight crime. Beep beep - No Excuses! Crime prevention starts with you. ‬

41 individuals arrested in reference to the "Rolling20s" Gang Investigation. We need your help locating the remaining five who are ALL wanted. Have information? JSO at 904-630-0500 JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org Remain anonymous and be eligible for a possible reward by contacting Crime Stopper at 1-866-845-TIPS.

Who are these two guys? PLEASE SHARE Took a handgun out of an unlocked vehicle. Southside Blvd, Grove Park, Ivey Road area. Call 904-630-0500 or email JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org if you have information on who or where these individuals are. Remain anonymous and contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS to be eligible for a reward up to $3,000 if your tip leads to an arrest. Please do the #9PMRoutine all day, every day. Remove guns and valuables out of vehicle and lock doors. Beep beep - No Excuses

‪A little #KnockKnock before the weekend! ‬ ‪ZONE 4 search warrant served by Narcotics Team 1.‬ ‪🔸313.70 grams of powder cocaine‬ ‪🔸14.90 grams of crack cocaine‬ ‪🔸100 needles‬ ‪🔸1 stolen 9mm handgun‬ ‪🔸Marijuana‬ ‪🔸Ecstasy‬ ‪🔸Two arrests‬ ‪BYE 🖐🏼‬

ROLLING 20S Gang Investigation - 46 Defendants “This is a target approach to gang activity with more emphasis and more technology directed towards gang activity. They drive the violence in this community; there is no doubt about it. They are going to get our time and attention.” - JSO Sheriff Mike Williams Sheriff Mike Williams announced the results of a long term investigation into a violent gang today that has been operating in the Jacksonville area known as the ROLLING 20s. The Rolling 20s is a subset of the national street gang known as the Bloods. JSO Violent Crimes Impact Team worked with our Gang Unit and Crime Analysts, with an intense focus into membership within the gang and their ties to illegal activity in Jacksonville. Research revealed a structured and hierarchical organization involved in multiple violent crimes including: murder, attempted murder, robbery, arson, narcotics trafficking, firearms trafficking as well as witness intimidation and other serious offenses dating back as far as May of 2015. The Rolling 20s had ties that went up and down the East Coast and out to California. These ties outside of the Jacksonville area and the internal power struggle within the gang led to JSO leveraging key partnerships with the ATF and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for a second phase and joint investigation into the Rolling 20s that began earlier this year. JSO Detectives and ATF Special Agents worked together to investigate, disrupt and dismantle a network of narcotics and firearms traffickers with regional influence associated with the Rolling 20s. - 46 defendants on felony charges ranging from murder to cocaine sales. - 30 Firearms seized - Drugs seized Unedited video of news conference: https://www.facebook.com/JacksonvilleSheriffsOffice/videos/1165463763608709/

Murder Investigation Leads to Arrest The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office recently concluded a murder investigation resulting in arrest. On Monday, October 29, 2018 officers responded to the 1400 block of Royal Court Lane in reference to reported shots fired. Upon arrival, officers located Desmond White (Black/Male 07-28-1994) with what appeared to be multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Officers were able to locate several witnesses along with a person of interest in the shooting at the scene. The Homicide Unit responded and began their investigation. While interviewing the witnesses, It was learned that prior to the shooting, the suspect was said to be following and harassing a witness and the victim during the day. The victim reportedly confronted the suspect in the roadway and the suspect began shooting the victim shortly after the verbal altercation. The suspect, Xavier Tybree Daniels (Black/Male 06-30-1997) was interviewed about the circumstances surrounding the shooting and was ultimately arrested and charged with the murder of Desmond White.

LIVE - Sheriff Mike Williams talks about a long term investigation - Rolling 20’s

**UPDATE** Mr. Volp has been located by JSO officers and is safe. Thank you to everyone who helped us get the word out. ‬ MISSING MAN - PLEASE SHARE Ransom Volp - Has Dementia 74 years old 5’11” , 170 pounds Brown eyes, gray hair Last seen wearing: Brown Shirt, gray sweatpants Missing from: Firestone Rd/Wiley Rd area Call 904-630-0500 or email JSOCrimeTips@Jaxsheriff.org if you know his whereabouts or have any information.

‪Today is the day! Phase one of our Body Worn Camera Program starts today. These are some of the first officers hitting the street wearing cameras.

LIVE - Media Briefing - Police Involved Shooting

Police Involved Shooting - LIVE Briefing

We sure do love everyone (people and dogs) wanting to dress up as the police! Got a cute police costume photo you would like us to share? Send them to us via Facebook messenger. The Jacksonville Sheriff's is hiring NOW! Interested in being a Corrections Officer or Police Officer? Go to www.joinjso.com for more information. Know someone who might be interested in a career with JSO? Tag them in this post!

‪We found Mr. Bones all dressed up for Halloween! He is working on getting the word out about the #9PMRoutine. He is STILL waiting on EVERYONE to do it.‬ Don’t wait, get it done ... for Mr. Bones.‬ 🎃Guns out of vehicle‬ ‪🎃Valuables out of vehicle‬ ‪🎃Lock doors‬ Beep beep‬ - No excuses! If you completed the #9PMRoutine, let us know. We want to hear from you. Have a safe night.

Dinsmore Elementary got a treat today when JSO Sgt. Moore showed up to work as their school security for the day. He came in costume too! How cute is this? Connecting with our youth and making a difference. Great job, Sgt. Moore!

‪JSO ZONE 3 Officer Madsen ran into these kids today. He saw these costumes, ran back to his car where he had his own candy to pass out, and these kids got treated to treats and police stickers! ‬ ‪Great job, Officer Madsen! Making a difference one day at a time.

‪Coolest pumpkin ever! 🎃 Have a safe Halloween⁠⁠.‬

STOP! Get your #9PMRoutine done now! Don’t forget! We need you to help us. You can prevent crime in your community.

‪JSO Sheriff Mike Williams walked the Fort Caroline Lakes neighborhood this evening for a Sheriff’s Watch Neighborhood Crime Prevention Walk. Engaging with community members and finding out how we can help them. Great time for everyone. The Sheriff even got to shoot some hoops with some of our youth! We think these smiles say it all.

Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators on Halloween - Heads up! In Jacksonville, there are more than 2300 registered Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators who live in almost every neighborhood. On nights like Halloween, where children are going door-to-door for candy, police will be out enforcing the laws. Halloween presents an enticing opportunity for Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators because of the number of kids out at night, trick-or-treating and knocking on strangers' doors. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Offender Tracking Unit will be watching Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators Halloween evening to ensure established laws are being adhered to. We have pre-planned operations where all Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators will get checked to make sure they have no enticing decorations or porch lights on, and that the proper signage is displayed. Not even a carved pumpkin is allowed. The following is a list of laws that Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators in Duval County must abide by. • It is unlawful for any Sexual Offender or Sexual Predator to participate in any Halloween party or event if the event targets non-familial children. • It is unlawful for any Sexual Offender or Sexual Predator to participate in any Halloween party or event, if such party or event is primarily targeted toward non-familial children. • Any person designated a Sexual Offender or Sexual Predator shall avoid all Halloween related contact with children. • From 6:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m., on October 31 a sign must be posted at any Sexual Offender’s or Sexual Predator’s residence, stating, "No candy or treats here." • All outside residential lighting must be off during the evening hours after 5:00 p.m. on October 31. • No Halloween decorations can be visible from the exterior of any Sexual Offender's or Sexual Predator's residence. We encourage parents who are taking their children trick or treating to check for Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators in the area and be aware. You can search by address for Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators here: https://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/sops/neighborhoodSearch.jsf

Burglary Suspect Sought - Please Share On Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 7:30 a.m., patrol officers were dispatched to the 7800 block of Southside Boulevard (Shepherd of the Woods Lutheran Church) in reference to a burglary. Investigation revealed the suspect, after gaining entry into the business, ransacked several areas and took numerous items to include a gold plated book and some chalices. Anyone who has any information in regards to the identity of this suspect is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500 or email us at JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org. To remain anonymous and receive a possible reward up to $3,000 contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.

JSO Air Unit in action! ZONE 2 was chasing two burglary suspects on foot and called for the Air Unit to assist. When this is on the water, the bad guy is not going to jump in. Both suspects captured. Great job JSO Air Unit and ZONE 2!

PLEASE SHARE‪ This #9PMRoutine is about identifying a suspect! Caught pulling on door handles in the Southside/Beach area. Who is he? ‬ ‪🔺Remove valuables from vehicle.‬ ‪🔺Remove guns from vehicle.‬ ‪🔺Lock doors.‬ ‪Know who this suspect is? ‪🔻904-630-0500‬ ‪🔻JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org‬ 🔻Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS ‪Beep beep - No excuses‬! If you have guns out of your vehicle, valuables removed and doors locked, let us know. Who is helping keep their neighborhood safe?

These Dogs Need Homes - They Are Fully Trained - PLEASE SHARE These dogs are part of our program, "A New Leash on Life". The program takes dogs from various places, where they would likely be euthanized if not adopted. The dogs are moved to our prison with inmates, where they are fully trained so they can be adopted. - Tootsie is a three-year-old mixed breed. She is very friendly and loves other dogs. She will be taking her PhD in Obedience and will make a great pet for any family. - Liam is a 6-year-old mixed breed. He is very calm and laid back. He is a little shy until he gets to know you. He will be taking his M.A. in Obedience. - Saylor is a one-year-old mixed breed. He is a very smart, energetic boy who loves to play in the water. He prefers the lady dogs over males. He will be taking his PhD in Obedience. - Darlin is a 6-year-old mixed breed. She is very sweet and loves people. She does well with other dogs. She will be graduating with a M.A. in Obedience. - Kane is a 3-year-old mixed breed. Kane is an energetic boy with a strong ball drive. He prefers to be the only dog in the household. He will be taking his PhD in Obedience. - Orion is a 3-year-old mixed breed. He is a sweet and laid back boy. He prefers the lady dogs over the males. He will be taking his PhD in Obedience. - Cuddles is a 5 year old mixed breed. She is very sweet and loves people. She needs to be the only pet in the household. She will be graduating with a PhD in Obedience. All of the dogs are spayed/neutered, up to date on all of their shots and micro-chipped. Adoption fee is $40.00. If you are interested in adopting any of these dogs, please contact Officer Irre at 904-766-5004 right away. Please leave a message and she will return your call. You can also email JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org with your contact information and we will have someone reach out to you.