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Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information
The Town of Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida has a population of 421. The mayor as of 2018 is Dr. Daniel J. Comerford, III. His phone number is (561) 746-3787 and his email address is email@example.com. The town can be found in Palm Beach County.
Dr. Daniel J. Comerford, III
50 Colony Road
Jupiter Inlet Colony, FL 33469
Phone: (561) 746-3787
The crime index of Jupiter Inlet Colony, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 33.
Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Jupiter Inlet Company, Florida:
- The overall crime rate in Jupiter Inlet Colony is 84% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 1.21 daily crimes that occur in Jupiter Inlet Colony.
- Jupiter Inlet Colony is safer than 95% of the cities in the United States.
- In Jupiter Inlet Colony you have a 1 in 227 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Jupiter Inlet Colony has not changed.
“We are dedicated to a partnership with our citizens to ensure an enhanced quality of life, to promote, preserve, and deliver a feeling of security, safety and quality services to the members of our community.
It is the overall mission of this agency to be committed to proactive crime prevention, code enforcement, quality of life and law enforcement.”
Jupiter Inlet Colony Police Department Address:
John Pruitt, Chief of Police
50 Colony Rd,
Jupiter, FL 33469
Phone: (561) 746-3787
The mission of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Department of Corrections is to provide a safe, secure environment for our staff and inmates by ensuring the maintenance of order within our facilities at all times. The functions of the Department directly support our community and the citizens of Palm Beach County through providing safe, effective and efficient correctional services in support of the goal of successful, productive offender reentry into society.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Department of Corrections is one of the largest correctional systems in the United States and is accredited by the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission, the American Correctional Association, Prison Rape Elimination Act and the National Commission on Correctional Health Care.
All visitors must register to visit by following the instructions below. Visitors wishing to visit an inmate housed at the Main Detention Center or at the West Detention Center will have the choice of visiting at the West County Video Visitation Center in Belle Glade or the Central Video Visitation Center located at 9620 Weisman Way, just west of the South Florida Fairgrounds.
Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Jupiter Inlet Colony, Florida
Ric Bradshaw, Sheriff
3228 Gun Club Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
Phone: (561) 688-3000
The Communications Division consists of over 180 employees, four independent dispatch/call centers, handling well over one million phone calls annually. Our Communications centers are Headquarters in West Palm Beach, the Courthouse Command Center, Belle Glade – District 5, and the Palm Beach International Airport. Communications support functions include Teletype, Validations, and CAD/GIS. We provide comprehensive law enforcement support services including 9-1-1 and dispatch services to unincorporated Palm Beach County and several contracted municipalities.Court Services Division Captain Edward Jablonski is the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Commanding Officer of the Court Services Division which consists of the Courthouse Security Unit, Courtroom Security Unit, and Court Liaison Unit. We also serve as the Contract Administrator of Security Services (CAOSS), managing all private security screening. Court Services is one of the largest law enforcement divisions at PBSO with 133 personnel. Our mission is to provide a safe environment for everyone who visits or does business on our (5) campuses throughout the county.
The Training Division has a multitude of responsibilities and is committed to providing the best training possible to the 4,000+ employees of the Sheriff’s Office. Classroom and practical training is administered through In-Service classes, along with additional internal and external specialty classes offered to all Sworn Law Enforcement, Corrections personnel and civilian employees as well. Our employees are committed to protecting and serving the community and upholding our guiding principles of Professionalism, Respect, Integrity and Fairness.
PBSO has training facilities located throughout Palm Beach County; our main office is on Cherry Road in West Palm Beach. In addition, the Training Division maintains a Driving Facility, Firearms Range, 2 Armories and 11 Fitness Centers. The division is comprised of 49 personnel that utilize and oversee these facilities. A breakdown of our personnel is as follows: 1 Captain, 3 Lieutenants, 7 Sergeants, 1 Office Support Supervisor, 21 Sworn Trainers, 3 Civilian Trainers, 3 Fitness Trainers, and 10 Support Staff. The division also oversees the Field Training Office (FTO), which provides training for new recruits. In addition, the division also supports the Bicycle Unit which is run by a civilian manager who coordinates over 350 bicycle deputies, making it the second largest bicycle unit in the nation.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division is responsible for processing, storing and executing all arrest warrants issued in Palm Beach County by the courts. Our staff of 14 warrant specialists and 2 warrant supervisors process and enter all arrest warrant information into our local database and assure that all information is entered into the proper state and national databases so they are accessible to all law enforcement agencies throughout the country. At any given time the Sheriff’s Office is responsible for maintaining approximately 45,000 arrest warrants.
The Narcotics Division primarily focuses on enforcing state and federal controlled substance laws and regulations. We are dedicated to aggressively investigating and holding those individuals/organizations accountable that grow, manufacture, and/or distribute controlled substances. We are dedicated to working together with federal, state, and other local law enforcement agencies to effectively accomplish our mission.
The Narcotics Division is also home to the Public Assistance Fraud Task Force. This Task Force investigates the multiple types of fraud involving public assistance. The Task Force is made up of local, state, and federal agencies that diligently enforce laws aimed at stopping those who choose to intentionally abuse our public assistance programs through fraudulent means.