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Havana, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information
The Town of Havana, Florida has a population of 1709. The mayor as of 2018 is Vernell Ross. His phone number is (850) 539-2820. The city can be found in Gadsden County.
711 North Main Street
Havana, Florida 32333
Phone: (850) 539-2820
Fax: (850) 539-2830
The crime index of Havana, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 185.2. There has been 56 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 33 to 1.
Havana, Florida Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Havana, Florida:
- The overall crime rate in Havana is 56% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 3.44 daily crimes that occur in Havana.
- Havana is safer than 50% of the cities in the United States.
- In Havana you have a 1 in 80 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Havana has decreased by 46%.
Message from the Police Chief
“On behalf of the fine women and men of the Havana Police Department, I would like to thank you for visiting us.
The Havana Police Department has a diverse workforce with an authorized strength of 15 police officers and 7 civilian members, serving approximately 1800 residents. Every member is dedicated to providing the highest level of professional service to our citizens, businesses and the visitors we serve.
Our staff is committed to ensuring that the Town of Havana is the premier town in which to live, work and raise a family. If I or any of our staff can be of service, please do not hesitate to email me at email@example.com”
Havana Police Department Address:
Tracy Smith, Chief of Police
121 7th Avenue East
Havana, FL 32333-1068
Phone: (850) 539-2801
Fax: (850) 539-2810
The Bureau of Corrections Major has oversight over courtroom security, inmate custody and care, and transport. The Gadsden County Jail currently houses an average of 190 inmates with a capacity of 157 inmates. The day-to-day operations of the county jail is overseen by the Jail Administrator-Captain Henry Miller, Assistant Jail Administrator-Captain Vincent Crump and Jail Inspector-Lt. William Moore.
Limited education among inmates is high in the county jail. Therefore, in an effort to help inmates work toward at least a General Education Diploma (GED), the Corrections Bureau partnered with Tallahassee Community College to begin a program geared toward helping inmates advance educationally. Inmates are tested to determine their level of achievement. TCC instructors then prepare individual plans appropriate to the inmates’ level of education.
Each week, an instructor visits the jail to teach, monitor, and assess the progress of the inmates and their goals. While some are not incarcerated long enough to complete the program and earn a GED, they are encouraged to continue their educations through the TCC Quincy House, which is easily accessible and is located in downtown Quincy.
Havana Florida Jail:
Address 1: 121 E 7th Ave
Zip Code: 32333-1619
County: Gadsden County
Phone #: 850-539-2801
Fax #: 850-539-2810
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2800
Number of Officers: 7
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Havana, Florida
Morris Young, Sheriff
Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office
339 East Jefferson Street
Quincy, Florida 32351
Phone: (850) 627-9233
The Law Enforcement Division has 76 total funded positions which are as follows:
Bureau of Administration
The Bureau of Administration Major has oversight over all administrative functions in the Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office which includes Human Resources, Emergency Management, Enhanced 9-1-1 Communications, and Community Oriented Policing. The Sheriff oversees the Information Technology and Finance Division.
Bureau of Law Enforcement
The Bureau of Law Enforcement Patrol Senior Lieutenant has oversight over all functions in the Patrol, Traffic, K9, Citizens on Patrol and Crime Prevention units. The Bureau is responsible for responding to calls made to dispatch, patrolling the streets of Gadsden County and making arrests.
Three seasoned officers lead this division: Lt. Shelton Turner, Lt. Lavon Jackson and Lt. Ed McWhite. Approximately 40 deputies are out in the community providing everyday safety to the citizen. These men and women are the first responders when assistance is needed. Their everyday routine takes them to all corners of the county, from the Georgia line to the north, to Liberty County on the south, to Leon County on the east and to Jackson County on the west end.
It was through funding from the Department of Transportation that the Patrol Division was able to create its Traffic Division that includes a DUI Enforcement Unit and a Speed and Aggressive Driving Unit. This Division focuses on reducing the number of traffic accidents and traffic fatalities. The importance of this division is crucial due to the record number (28) of traffic fatalities in county in 2005.
The DUI Enforcement Program aim is simple: Keep those people under the influence of alcohol and drugs off the roads of this county. To do this, the officers may use saturation patrols, roadside checkpoints, and safety checkpoints.
In 2005 the K9 Team became a part of the GCSO. This is a specialized team combining man and animal for the best possible outcome. Deputy W. Buckhalt (K-9 Chris) and Deputy J. Barnes (K-9 Cherokee) make up this elite unit. A specially trained German Shepard, Chris is trained to track and apprehend fleeing felons, execute and serve search warrants, and smell and sniff out concealed drugs. Deputy Buckhalt and Chris have been responsible locating large amounts of drugs and have caught numerous felons, since they became a part of the department. Deputy Barnes and K-9 Cherokee, a full-blooded Bloodhound, serves in tracking fugitives, locating missing persons, and training coordinator for the K-9 division.
Crime Prevention Division
The citizens are the first line of defense when it comes to preventing crime. To do this, this unit is responsible for educating the community through public awareness programs and through “Neighborhood Crime Watch” programs that train citizens how to watch for crime and look for signs of potential criminal activity. This unit is headed by Captain Mary Ivory. Any citizen can become a part of this program.
Bureau of Investigations
The Bureau of Investigations Lieutenant has oversight over all functions in the Violent Crimes, Narcotics and Victims Advocate units. The Bureau is responsible for investigating all violent crimes reported to the Gadsden county Sheriff’s Office.
Criminal Investigation Division
The Division is responsible for investigating all violent crimes reported to the GCSO where uniform patrol deputies did not make an arrest. These crimes may range from simple battery to homicide.
There are seven investigators currently in the division. Their daily work load include such investigations as robbery/theft/burglary, domestic violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, stolen vehicles, identity theft, missing persons, criminal mischief, forgery, assault on a Law Enforcement Officer, suicide, suspicious death, and homicide.
The Narcotics Division work throughout the county and often aid officers from local municipalities and effort to combat the number of drug offenders from inside and outside of the county who infiltrate our community.
Victim Advocate Division
Whitney Sampson heads this office that was established in 2001 to provide direct services to victims of violent crimes in a caring and compassionate manner.
The following services are provided, but not limited to: on scene assistance, crisis intervention and counseling, death notifications, grief and bereavement counseling, support throughout the criminal justice system, assistance in filing victims compensation forms, and assistance with domestic violations injunctions.