Inglis, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information
The Town of Inglis, Florida has a population of 1,441. The mayor as of 2018 is Drinda Merritt. Her phone number is 352 447-2203 and her email address is email@example.com. The town can be found in Levy County.
PO Drawer 429
Inglis FL 34449
Phone: 352 447-2203
The crime index of Inglis, as reported by a 2012 statistic, was 267.8. There has been 16 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 86 to 1.
Inglis, Florida Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Inglis, Florida:
- The overall crime rate in Inglis is 47% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 4.13 daily crimes that occur in Inglis.
- Inglis is safer than 60% of the cities in the United States.
- In Inglis you have a 1 in 67 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Inglis has decreased by 3%.
The Levy County Detention Bureau serves our community by providing safe, secure and humane detention of individuals in our custody and to provide proper care and supervision of all offenders under our jurisdiction while assisting, as appropriate, their reentry into society.
The Levy County Detention Bureau has a maximum capacity of 304 inmates. It is a non-smoking facility without access to televisions or newspapers. The LCSO employees qualified and licensed medical staff and the medical facility is in operation ten (10) hours a day seven (7) days a week. We contract monthly with an outside medical facility for physician services.
Inglis, Florida Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Inglis, Florida
Robert B. McCallum, Jr., Sheriff
9150 NE 80th Ave.
P.O. Drawer 1719
Bronson, Florida 32621
Law Enforcement Bureau
The Levy County Patrol Division has grown over the past 30 years. Initially in 1980 the Patrol Division had a total of 9 deputies that covered the entire 1,103 square miles of Levy County while working complaints and serving civil papers. There was no 24-hour coverage. Believe it or not after 2:00 am everyone was “on call.”
In 1984 the Patrol Commander placed one deputy on the midnight shift to cover the whole county. Due to the population growth in Levy County in the last few years our Patrol Division has grown dramatically.
The duties of a K9 officer depend on the type of dog with which the officer is paired. He is first and foremost an officer whose task is to ensure the safety of the community. The K-9 Unit employs some of the bravest and hardest working members of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office.
These dogs come to work every day with their handlers and ride a twelve-hour shift just like the rest of our patrol deputies. They endure many dangers that could cause them injury or death, but they never hesitate to serve and protect when called upon. The canine section utilizes highly trained dogs which were imported from Germany and receive monthly training in narcotics detection and patrol work. The K-9 unit maintains a full plate of activities from drug detection to criminal apprehension.
The Levy County Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit is a specialized unit that assists in missing/lost person(s) cases related to water incidents. Through the use of their specialized equipment this Unit can assist in search and rescue. The Marine Unit is utilized as well during cases of natural disasters, where the preservation of life and property take precedence.
Criminal Investigations Division
This Division includes the Criminal Investigations Unit, Evidence and Crime Scene Investigations Unit and the Drug Task Force Unit.
Criminal Investigations Unit
The CID Unit has not only the responsibility and task to investigate assigned felony cases to include murder, rape, robbery, fraud and burglaries, but also the unusual or unique situation or crime, to include accidental deaths, plane crashes, etc. Associations with ROCIC – Regional Organized Crime Information Center and the Florida Intelligence Unit enables Levy County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Unit to be up to date at the cutting edge of criminal activity in the State of Florida and Levy County.
Crime Scene Investigations and Evidence Unit
The primary responsibility of this unit is to respond to a full range of crimes and process each crime scene in order to locate and preserve evidence using their special knowledge and skills to complete a detailed report in an effort to assist law enforcement in obtaining probable cause for the arrest of suspects, and assist prosecutors in presenting evidence that could aid in obtaining a conviction at trial. The deputies in this unit have advanced training in the most current scientific and practical crime scene applications of evidence collection and crime scene techniques.
Drug Task Force (DTF) Unit
The mission of the members of this Unit is to contribute 100% of their time to the investigations of narcotics within Levy County. These investigators work closely with other divisions of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office and surrounding jurisdictions to maintain the latest intelligence information in order to prevent, control, and reduce the manufacturing, importation and distribution of controlled substance within Levy County. The most effective weapon this Unit has is the information received from the “concerned citizens” of our County.
The duties of the Civil Division include execution of all civil and criminal processes within the limits of Levy County, Florida. Civil also provides a Bailiff for court hearings and maintains courtroom propriety and protocol providing protection to citizens, judges, and jurors during trials and hearings. The Civil Division also provides courthouse security (Levy County Courthouse) Judicial Wing.
Community Relations Division
The CRD Division’s responsibilities include promoting a mutually respectful working relationship between law enforcement and the citizens of our county through a wide variety of services such as: Crime Prevention Services, Neighborhood Watch Programs, Teen Driver Improvement Program and the Realities of Driving Program. In response to the ever changing potential threats to our schools from within and abroad, the Levy County Sheriff’s Office CRD has taken a proactive role in the security of our schools and students by developing, instituting, and updating the school security response plans.
The Agricultural Crimes Unit responsibilities include acting as a liaison between the agricultural community and the Sheriff’s Office. The Deputies of this unit patrol all agricultural areas, along with any other type of land that the Road Patrol Deputies cannot routinely patrol. Their responsibilities include responding to all routine and emergency calls within Levy County including agricultural related crimes involving the timber industry, nurseries, livestock and environmental related complaints to include illegal dump sites, toxic chemical and waste hazards Agricultural Unit Deputies work closely with the Levy County Animal Control Services on livestock and animal related issues. This Unit is also for responsible for the investigation of the livestock and animals theft, abuse and cruelty.
Citizens on Patrol
Citizens On Patrol – C.O.P. volunteers are everyday citizens from all walks of life that contribute their time, energy, experience, and expertise to assist the Levy County Sheriff’s Office and the citizens of Levy County. C.O.P. uses well-trained, uniformed volunteers to assist the Sheriff’s Office in nonviolent, non-confrontational activities, thus allowing Deputies to focus on more urgent issues. With this program, citizens do not have to sit idly by growing more and more concerned about the crime in our communities. Now citizens can get proactively involved and make a difference by volunteering their time to assist the Sheriff’s Office with duties which are necessary services but which do not require the attention of a certified Law Enforcement Officer.