Indian Rocks Beach, Florida Police Station Information
The table provides a full overview of all reported crimes in Indian Rocks Beach, FL for the year. The sum of recorded criminal acts in Indian Rocks Beach, FL is displayed; for comparisons, each offense is also shown in regards to the amount of offenses per 100,000 people. Along with this, they are separated into multiple categories: violent crimes and property crimes. The crime data reveals that the overall Indian Rocks Beach, FL crime rates are 25% lower than in comparison to the Florida mean and are 18% lower than the nation’s mean. In regards to violent offenses, Indian Rocks Beach, FL has a rate that is 67% lower than the Florida average; compared to the United States, it is 64% lower than. Looking at crimes involving property, Indian Rocks Beach, FL is 18% lower than its state’s mean, and 10% lower than the country’s average.
Facts about crime in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida:
- The overall crime rate in Indian Rocks Beach is 18% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 6.4 daily crimes that occur in Indian Rocks Beach.
- Indian Rocks Beach is safer than 55% of the cities in the United States.
- In Indian Rocks Beach you have a 1 in 43 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Indian Rocks Beach has decreased by 22%.
The Department of Detention and Corrections, commanded by Colonel Paul Halle, is comprised of five major components – Central Division, North Division, South Division and Support and Health Services Bureau.
The Pinellas County Jail is located on 54 acres of land in central Pinellas County, off 49th Street, between Ulmerton Road and Roosevelt Boulevard, and adjacent to the Criminal Justice Center. It is the only jail in Pinellas County and serves all law enforcement agencies. The jail complex houses an average daily population topping 3,000 inmates, including pre-trial and sentenced offenders.
The Pinellas County Jail is the 28th largest jail in the nation, and is nationally accredited by Detention and Inmate Healthcare professional associations.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida
Bob Gualtieri, Sheriff
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
P.O. Drawer 2500
Largo, FL 33779-2500
Alternative Sentencing Unit
The Alternative Sentencing Unit supervises pre-arrest, pre-trial and sentenced offenders who must abide by certain court ordered restrictions while released in the community. These conditions may range from weekly communication to more intensive levels of supervision such as random drug screenings or home confinement. In some instances, a person may be required to wear a GPS and/or an alcohol monitoring device to ensure compliance with their conditional release.
Sheriff’s deputies are at the front doors and at the judges’ sides at five courthouses in Pinellas County. They ensure the security of hundreds of courthouse employees and the thousands of citizens who come to the court houses every day to conduct business, appear for proceedings or serve on a jury.
Deputies will search briefcases, purses, backpacks and other belongings before entry into the courthouses. Weapons are not permitted in the courthouses, and will be confiscated. Persons caught with weapons are subject to further action.
The Misdemeanor Probation Unit monitors and enforces compliance to court ordered conditions on offenders sentenced to probation for misdemeanor offenses. In addition to post-sentencing case management, the unit provides referrals to relative community resources which promotes higher success rates.
Deputies with the Sheriff’s Patrol Operations Bureau provide law enforcement services to the unincorporated areas of Pinellas County, 13 contract cities, county preserves, and several local schools. In total, the Patrol Operations Bureau provides law enforcement services to 41% of the population and 141 square miles of land.
School Resource Deputies
The Sheriff’s Office contracts with the Pinellas County School Board to provide School Resource Deputies in the following middle schools and high schools. The role of the School Resource Deputy is to maintain a safe and secure learning environment for all students and staff members. School Resource Deputies also present a variety of personal safety and substance abuse prevention programs.
Patrol Special Operations Units provide a variety of specialized patrol and investigative expertise in the Sheriff’s service area and in support of other Pinellas law enforcement agencies.
Child Protection Investigation Division – CPID
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is one of six sheriffs’ offices in the state of Florida which investigates reports of child abuse and neglect. When the Florida Abuse Hotline receives a report of child abuse or neglect, state law requires the report be investigated. The State’s decision to contract this task to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office allows us to draw upon the experience, expertise, and resources of local law enforcement in conjunction with social services to find the best and safest solution for at risk children.
Homicide, crimes against children, robbery, arson, auto theft, fraud, exploitation and burglary are among the many categories of crime investigated by detectives with the Investigative Operations Bureau.
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is requesting your assistance in closing these open cases. If you have any information regarding the missing persons or homicide victims on this website, please contact the Sheriff’s Office Homicide Unit at 727-582-6333 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Substance abuse crosses all economic, social and demographic boundaries; tragically impacting individuals and their families. The illegal prescribing and sales of prescription drugs, and drug abuse is a challenge that affects our entire community. By applying pressure through enforcement, and by providing resources for education and treatment, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is “Leading The Way For A Safer Pinellas.” …
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office has joined forces with community groups such as Pinellas Narcotics Overdose Prevention & Education (NOPE) to educate the public about the tragic consequences of drug abuse.