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Jay, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information
The Town of Jay, Florida has a population of 559. The mayor as of 2018 is Shon Owens. His phone number is (850) 675-4556. The town can be found in Santa Rosa County.
3695 Hwy 4
P.O. Box 66
Jay, Florida 32565
Phone: (850) 675-4556
Fax: (850) 675-6539
There has been 25 registered sex offenders living in the city, with the residents-sex offender ratio at 17 to 1.
Jay, Florida Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Jay, Florida:
- The overall crime rate in Jay is 60% higher than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 12.4 daily crimes that occur in Jay.
- Jay is safer than 11% of the cities in the United States.
- In Jay you have a 1 in 23 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Jay has decreased by 3%.
The Department of Detention is responsible for the operation of the Santa Rosa County Detention Facility. We operate the facility 24/7 with a professional staff of sworn Detention Deputies, civilian support staff, contract medical and kitchen personnel. Our facility has a max capacity of 682 inmates. We have 21 dorm housing units for inmates with a medical unit, and admission, classification and release (ACR). The facility is a podular style indirect supervision facility that opened in August 1997. Our facility houses all custody levels of pretrial and sentenced inmates. Inmates are housed based on their custody level as determined by our Objective Jail Classification System. The average daily population for 2016 until May 2017 was 589 inmates. Our average peak inmate population during 2016 until May 2017 was 624 inmates.
The Detention Division ACR Unit processed (booked) 8,021 inmates from June 1, 2016 to May 31, 2017. The ACR Unit operates with a total of one supervisor, 4 Deputies and 1 civilian Booking Clerk. To keep overtime at a minimum, one of these staff members are flexed off during the pay period.
Jay, Florida Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Jay, Florida
Bob Johnson, Sheriff
5755 East Milton Rd
Milton, FL 32583
Phone: (850) 983-1100
When a citizen or visitor calls the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office for assistance, the initial responding Deputy Sheriff is assigned to the Patrol Division. Deputies at the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office who are assigned to the Patrol Division handle all of the initial investigative duties that pertain to calls for service in the County of Santa Rosa. These Deputies meet with the reporting person, interview witnesses and suspects, collect evidence, render first aid, effect arrests and conduct traffic stops. If a scene or criminal investigation is complex, Patrol Deputy can request assistance from a specialized unit for additional investigative resources; however the initial case is worked by the Patrol Deputy.
Many Patrol Deputies have received specialized training in investigative techniques, narcotics detection and investigation, evidence recovery, Community Policing and crisis intervention training (CIT) which enhances their response to our Community. Patrol Deputies receive advanced training in Community Oriented Policing, Use of Force, Police Vehicle Operations and a myriad of other law enforcement topics. The Patrol Division is supported by the Police K-9 Unit, the Traffic Unit, the Marine Unit, the School Resource Officers, Crime Scene and the Victim Services Unit. All of the Special Response Units report to the Special Operations Division. The Special Operations Division includes Emergency Response Team, Crisis Negations Unit, Dive Team and Honor Guard.
SWAT (“Special Weapons And Tactics”) is a commonly used proper name for law enforcement units, which use military-style light weapons and specialized tactics in high-risk operations that fall outside of the capabilities of regular, uniformed police.”SWAT” is commonly used internationally, as a colloquial, generic term for these units.
Their duties include: confronting heavily armed criminals; performing hostage rescue and counter-terrorism operations; high risk arrests; and entering armored or barricaded buildings. Such units are often equipped with specialized firearms including sub-machine guns, assault rifles, breaching shotguns, sniper rifles, riot control agents, and stun grenades. They have specialized equipment including heavy body armor, ballistic shields, entry tools, armored vehicles, advanced night vision optics, and motion detectors for covertly determining the positions of hostages or hostage takers, inside enclosed structures.
The unit is composed of multiple detectives with 2 supervisors. The goal of the department is to interdict and reduce illicit drugs in Santa Rosa County. All detectives are Florida State certified in clandestine laboratory as technicians.
The Narcotics unit is responsible for collecting, archiving and disseminating narcotics-related intelligence for successful investigations and prosecutions. The goal is to reduce all criminal activity by effectively investigating, combating and interdicting the importation of illegal drugs into Santa Rosa County; thus enhancing the quality of life for the citizens in our community. This is accomplished by developing informant networks, working undercover, conducting surveillance, processing criminal intelligence data, arresting drug dealers and buyers who engage in illegal drug transactions. Officers and supervisors work closely with other units within Sheriff’s Office, as well as their counterparts on the state and federal level.
The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office consists of a Captain OIC, a supervisory Sgt and six K9 Handler/Dog teams. Our dogs consist of Belgian Malinois, German Shepherds and one Yellow Labrador . Six of our K-9’s are dual-purpose dogs that are trained to locate narcotics such as Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin, and Methamphetamine, as well as search for and apprehend high-risk criminals who have fled from law enforcement and/or concealed themselves to avoid capture. We use Belgian Malinois, and German Shepherds for this type of work. These dogs have been through extensive training courses. Once this initial 480 hours of training and certification has been completed, the K-9 Team continues to train with these dogs almost daily to enable these valuable tools to keep their skills up. We have one single purpose dog, a Yellow Labrador, that is trained in narcotic detection. This dog has also been through an extensive training course.
The Santa Rosa County Traffic Unit has been reinstated in 2013. The goal of the Traffic Unit is to address aggressive driving on our major highways, and address traffic related complaints in residential neighborhoods. As the unit grows, additional responsibilities will include DUI and drivers license checkpoints. The traffic unit also works closely with the Florida Highway Patrol and Department of Public Safety. Our Traffic unit is under the supervision of Captain Doug Bringmans.
The majority of requests for law enforcement response go through the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office’s, Communications Center. Located in the heart of the main administrative complex of the Sheriff’s Office and surrounded by miles of wire, and clusters of computers, telephones, and radios, we are staffed each hour of every day by women and men dedicated to providing aid to the citizens of Santa Rosa County and support to the Deputies tasked with serving and protecting them. This is Dispatch.
The Crime Scene Unit is composed of civilian employees who specialize in crime scene investigation techniques. The unit is mainly responsible for investigating and collecting evidence found at various crime scene situations. Technicians are also responsible for processing evidence submitted by Deputies and Investigators.
The Crime Scene Unit utilizes sophisticated, state of the art equipment to assist in the detection and preservation of various forms of evidence. Examples include fingerprints, blood, DNA, hairs and fibers, and trajectory reconstruction. The Crime Scene Unit also is occasionally utilized to assist other Agencies upon request.