Jupiter Island, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information
The Town of Jupiter Island, Florida has a population of 850. The mayor as of 2018 is Whitney D. Pidot. Her phone number is (772) 545-0100 and her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. The town can be found in Martin County.
The crime index of Jupiter Island, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 34.4.
Jupiter Island, Florida Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Jupiter Island, FLorida:
- The overall crime rate in Jupiter Island is 77% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 1.82 daily crimes that occur in Jupiter Island.
- Jupiter Island is safer than 93% of the cities in the United States.
- In Jupiter Island you have a 1 in 151 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Jupiter Island has decreased by 42%.
The Martin County Jail Complex currently has 696 maximum security beds. This facility empowers us to protect the public through the incarceration and supervision of these offenders. Annually, inmates of every ethnic and socioeconomic group enter this facility with crimes ranging from civil infractions to murder. Many arrive with drug and alcohol addiction, in addition to requiring mental health services. The Corrections Department continuously strives to maintain a highly professional working atmosphere for the staff, which enables us to provide a safe, secure and humane environment for the inmates. In addition, many inmates may receive Vocational Assessment, attend weekly Substance Abuse Programs, religious and personal counseling sessions. These programs are offered to all eligible inmates, and we encourage them to participate in these programs, receive rehabilitative services and become productive members of the community upon their release.
Visitation days are based on the 1st letter of the last name that the inmate was booked under.
Inmates In Segregation – Mondays
8:30 A.M.-10:30 A.M.
1:15 P.M.-03:30 P.M.
5:30 P.M.-10:00 P.M.
Visitation is conducted through the use of a video visitation program. The inmate must place a person’s name on his/her visitation list in order to receive a visit from that person. Inmates are allowed to have five (5) visitors on their list. The list may be changed in the months of March, June, September and December. Each inmate is provided the opportunity for up to three (3) visits each week. These visits are limited to one (1) per day. Please be aware that visits may be no longer than one (1) hour. If a portion of a visit is used it exhausts the entire hour. Example: If a visitor arrives at 10:00 a.m. (visitation ends at 10:30 a.m.), thirty (30) minutes of visitation will be received and the inmate will not be entitled to any additional time.
Visitors must be properly attired. No see through or revealing clothing is permitted.
The visitor must provide photo identification such as a driver’s license, passport or governmental agency I.D.
Children under eighteen (18) must be supervised by a parent or legal guardian. They must not be left unattended for any reason. All visitation procedures are subject to suspension/modification for facility safety and security reasons.
Jupiter Island, Florida Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Jupiter Island, Florida
William D. Snyder, Sheriff
800 SE Monterey Road
Stuart, Florida 34994
Phone: (772) 220-7025
Fax: (772) 220-7012
Community Operations Division
Community Policing Unit
Community policing is law enforcement philosophy that focuses on crime and social disorder through the delivery of police services which includes aspects of traditional law enforcement, prevention, problem-solving, community engagement and partnerships. Community policing balances reactive responses to calls for service with proactive problem-solving, centered on the causes of crime and disorder. Community policing requires law enforcement and citizens to join together as partners in the course of both identifying and effectively addressing these issues.
School Resource Unit
The School Resource program is a collaborative effort between the Martin County Sheriff’s Office and the Martin County School District, which places law enforcement officers in schools with the goal of creating and maintaining a safe and secure learning environment for students, teachers, and staff. There are currently 12 deputies assigned to the SRO Unit, with one deputy in each high school. Middle schools, alternative school, and special needs schools throughout the county have one or more deputies that service the school. The elementary schools are serviced by deputies assigned to the middle schools and an additional deputy, Tony Dalem, who teaches the D.A.R.E. Program full-time.
Animal Services Unit
The Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Unit is responsible for the enforcement of County Ordinances and State Statutes which relate to animals for the entire county area, to include the City of Stuart. This responsibility falls on Supervisor Karen Kneubehl, Animal Control Officers Michelle Thonney, Kimberly Guile, Heather Belknap, Dawn Hicks and Jordan Grose.
The 31 Martin County Sheriff’s Office School Crossing Guards serve our 14 public schools. They are responsible for the safety of children crossing public streets to attend school. The most important goal is the prevention of vehicle and pedestrian crashes. Crossing guards also help educate students on the importance of bicycle helmets and how to walk safely.
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office has a thriving Volunteer Team. Citizens of the county may join the Sheriff’s Office Volunteer Team and assist Sheriff’s Office personnel in clerical, data entry, reception, fingerprinting, civil process, special events, BBQ Grill Team and parking enforcement – just to name a few.
Uniform Patrol Division
Uniform Road Patrol
Uniform Patrol, commonly referred to as “road patrol”, is on duty 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Four shifts rotate this coverage and include those sheriff’s deputies on the 100, 200, 300 & 400 Shifts. Each shift has K-9 and aviation teams assigned to them, as well as a Watch Commander, who is directly responsible for all field operations in Martin County.
Traffic Enforcement Unit
The Traffic Enforcement Unit is a group of highly trained deputies assigned to patrol all roadways of Martin County. These deputies target and observe drivers committing crimes and violations such as Reckless Driving, Careless Driving, Move-Over (for Emergency Vehicles) Law violators, Texting while driving, Left-Lane Driving violations, Excessive Speed and other moving violations. These crimes happen all the time but offenders cannot always be observed by the deputy sheriff driving the traditional patrol vehicle because most aggressive drivers usually drive properly when in the presence of a marked patrol vehicle.
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Unit is comprised of volunteer Deputy Sheriffs who assist and augment full-time sworn Deputies. Reserve Deputies are active members of the community who are trained to act in a limited capacity as a Deputy Sheriff. They wear the same uniform and drive the same vehicles as full-time sworn Deputies. Reserve Deputies are certified through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)/Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC) and have completed a shortened version of the police academy. They receive ongoing training in all aspects of law enforcement functions and work alongside full-time sworn Deputies. Whether assisting Uniform Patrol during regular shift patrol or, helping specialized units, such as Community Policing, the Marine Unit, Traffic Enforcement Unit, Community Operations, or at county athletic events, they are always busy. It takes a genuine, long-term commitment to be a Reserve Deputy Sheriff with the Martin County Sheriff’s Office.
Parking Enforcement Unit
The goal of the Parking Enforcement Unit is to reduce the frequency of illegal parking in the spaces requiring a special disabled permit, areas designated for emergency vehicle use, fire lanes, posted no parking zones and other restricted parking locations.
Criminal Investigations Division
General Assessment Unit
The General Assignment and Major Crimes Units of the Criminal Investigations Division is comprised of 13 detectives, an analyst and supervised by Detective Sergeants John Bowdoin and Yesenia Carde. The unit is charged with investigating all felony cases which include person(s) and property crimes such as assaults, battery, robberies, burglary, grand thefts and vandalisms. In addition to conducting their own investigations, the unit also works closely with investigators assigned to the Major Crimes Unit, Special Victims Unit, Forensic Science Unit (Crime Scene), as well as the Narcotics Unit.
Major Crimes Unit
The Major Crimes Unit, comprised of four detectives and supervised by Detective Sergeant Jesse Carde, has been created to investigate all violent crimes and suspicious deaths within Martin County as well as manage the cold case homicide files of the Martin County Sheriff’s Office. These detectives have hundreds of hours of specialized training as well as years of experience involving homicide investigations, robbery investigations, aggravated battery investigations, arson investigations and missing person investigations. These often complex, time sensitive and intensive cases require a vast array of knowledge, experience and decisiveness to resolve. The Major Crimes Unit utilizes a collaborative framework to proactively yet efficiently and expeditiously solve cases and ensure successful prosecution through the State Attorney’s Office.
The unit is responsible for the handling of all extraditions of fugitives arrested outside the State of Florida who have fled in order to avoid prosecution for crimes committed in Martin County. All detectives of the Warrants Unit are deputized members of the United States Marshal Service and participate in the Regional Fugitive Task Force. This allows these detectives to travel outside the jurisdictional boundaries of Martin County in order to facilitate the arrest and return of fugitives.
Special Operations Division
The Martin County Sheriff’s Office Canine Unit was established in the 1980’s and has since been a leader in the law enforcement field, setting the standards for police departments and sheriff’s offices throughout the state and region.
The Martin County Sheriff’s SWAT Team averages one thousand man-hours a year on special assignments, such as search or arrest warrant execution, hostage rescue, bank surveillance, narcotic interdictions, take-downs and special security details. SWAT trains on a monthly basis to help maintain proficiency in tactics as well as special weapons training. The SWAT Team works and trains closely with both the Hostage Negotiation Team and the Bomb Disposal Team.