Everglades City, FL Police

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Everglades City, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information

The City of Everglades City, Florida has a population of 402. The mayor as of 2018 is Howie Grimm. The city can be found in Collier County.

There has been 1 registered sex offender living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 243 to 1.

Everglades City, Florida Police Station Information

Facts about crime in Everglades City, Florida:

  • The overall crime rate in Everglades is 18% lower than the national average.
  • For every 100,000 people, there are 6.37 daily crimes that occur in Everglades.
  • Everglades is safer than 40% of the cities in the United States.
  • In Everglades you have a 1 in 44 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Everglades has decreased by 18%.

All visitors must have a registered account and all visits are scheduled by appointment in 20 minute increments.

Inmates are permitted six onsite visits per week at no costs. Additional visits and all at home visits can be purchased for a minimal costs.

The Naples Visitation Center is located in the Government Complex at 3311 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, FL 34112.

The Immokalee Visitation Center is located at 302 Stockade Road, Immokalee, FL 34142.

They offer onsite and at home visits for family & friends. Our onsite hours are 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm and at home visits, are offered from 8:00 am – 11:00 am, 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm, and 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm. All visitors must have a registered user account. You can create an account by going to www.visitfromhome.net. A current (valid) government issued photo ID is required to register.

For onsite visits the week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. All visits are scheduled 20 minute appointments. They can be scheduled online or at the Visitation Center. Inmates are permitted six 20 minute onsite visits at no cost. Additional onsite visits are offered at a minimal cost.

Onsite visitors must meet our dress code standards. This includes no sleeveless shirts, no hats, no shorts more than 3” above the knee or shirts 3” below the neckline. No electronic devices, including cell phones, and no food or drinks are permitted in the Visitation Center. And minor children must be supervised and not disruptive. Visitors are subject to visits being denied or cut off, if not found in compliance of the visitation rules.

All at home visits are paid visits and can be scheduled on the website at www.videovisitanywhere.com. Visitors are subject to appointments being denied, or cut off, if illegal acts or inappropriate behavior takes place. For more information call 239-252-9556.

Inmate Mail

  • All inmate mail must be addressed using the full name and arrest number (A no.) of the inmate.
  • The mailroom does not accept any type of mail that requires a signature. The sender must waive signature requirements.
  • Money orders must have the inmate’s full name and arrest number (A no.) on it or it will be returned.
  • No personal checks or cash accepted. They will be returned to sender.

Everglades City, Florida Jail:

Collier Sheriff Corrections

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Everglades City, Florida

Kevin Rambosk, Sheriff
3319 Tamiami Trail East, Bldg. J,
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: 239-252-0555
Email: sheriff@colliersheriff.org

9-1-1 / Communications

Their mission is to improve the quality of life in our community by providing an effective channel of communications between the public and public safety providers. I am proud of the dedicated men and women in our department who have chosen the telecommunications profession as a career in which to serve the public.

They are embracing the challenges brought about by the needs of the growing and progressive county we serve. As a leader in our profession, we are committed to providing the highest standard of vital emergency communications service. By implementing new technology to integrate wireless phone systems and eliminating cultural and language barriers we believe we can achieve this goal.They have been an Accredited Center of Excellence with the National Academy of Emergency Dispatch since 2001. In 2016, we were accredited by CALEA as a Public Safety Communications Center.

Criminal Investigations Division

General Crimes Bureau: investigates aggravated assaults, aggravated battery, burglary, robbery, auto theft, grand theft, shootings with no death, arson, felony and criminal mischief

Special Crimes Bureau: investigates homicides, missing persons, sex offenses, human trafficking, domestic violence, elderly abuse and exploitation

Financial Crimes Bureau: investigates fraudulent schemes, embezzlement, credit card and check fraud, elderly financial fraud, computer crimes, public corruption, election law violations, sunshine law violations, investment fraud, identity theft

Crime Scene Bureau: The Crime Scene Bureau responds to crime scenes throughout Collier County. The Crime Scene Investigator is responsible for scene documentation, processing and evidence recovery. In addition, the CSO will document, process and package items of evidence for lab submission and court proceedings.

Bureau of Technical Services: The Bureau of Technical Services consists of the Identification Section and Property Section.

The Identification Section: is responsible for the examination of latent fingerprints from crimes. This area’s responsibility is comparison of ten print records to confirm the identity and record of arrested individuals and to assist with the resolution of stolen identity issues.

The Property Section: is where all evidence taken in by the Collier County Sheriff Office is maintained for prosecution. The items housed have to be kept in a strictly controlled area that has the proper facilities to maintain the items for forensic examination.

If you have been the victim of a crime call the Sheriff’s Office at 239.774.4434, call 9-1-1 if you have an emergency.

Special Operations

Safety And Traffic Enforcement

All deputies assigned to the traffic bureau are specialists in traffic crash analysis and DUI enforcement. Our award-winning traffic program is a testament to the dedication that the Sheriff’s Office has to keeping drivers and passengers safe on our roads.


SWAT is made up of full time and part time deputies called upon to handle:

  • Hostage situations
  • Suicide rescue
  • Barricaded subject apprehension
  • Sniper tactics
  • High risk search and arrest warrants
  • Dignitary protection
  • Any high hazard situation
  • Conduct high liability training to deputies

To arrange for a demonstration call 239.252.0341


The Aviation Unit is made up of full time and volunteer members that are needed to fly aircraft for:

  • Search and rescue
  • Surveillance
  • Patrol flights
  • Marijuana searches
  • Investigative transportation
  • Aerial photography for investigations
  • Mutual aid to assist other agencies

Marine Bureau

  • Collier County’s 80 nautical miles of waterways are patrolled by the Marine Bureau.
  • They use marked and unmarked patrol boats, personal watercraft and airboats for:
  • Law enforcement patrol on the waterways
  • Coastal defense and human smuggling
  • Search and rescue of boaters
  • Marine mammal protection

Agriculture And Mounted Patrol

Agriculture Unit

  • Patrols rural Collier County
  • Assists in search and rescue
  • Handles livestock and wildlife complaints and concerns
  • Works with state and federal wildlife agencies
  • Deputies in the Agriculture Unit can be seen driving 4-by-4 trucks and airboats, and riding ATVs and horses.

Mounted Patrol

  • This part-time unit is made up of full-time deputies and volunteers and their horses.
  • The horses are used for security and crowd control, as well as community policing, parades and public relations functions.

Evidence Unit

CCSO’s Evidence Unit receives, catalogs and stores evidentiary, abandoned, forfeited and found property in accordance with state and local law.

Evidentiary items remain in custody of the Sheriff’s Office in the Evidence Unit until the sentencing phase of the case is complete and/or authorization has been obtained from the deputy or investigator in charge of the case. Authorization must be received before items are returned. A court order can also be obtained for the return of items. If items are turned in via a court order then a court order is needed to have them returned (Firearms turned in because of injunctions or no contact orders ) Firearms obtained from Baker Act or Risk Protection Orders will be returned with proper documentation.

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