Layton, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information
Layton is a city located in Monroe County, specifically on the island of Long Key. Based on the 2016 census, approximately 189 people live in this city. The city has a mayor-council type of government and its current mayor is Norman Anderson. The administrative assistant to the mayor as well as head of Administration and Planning is Philip “Skip” Haring.
68260 Overseas Hwy,
Layton FL 33001
Layton, Florida – Police Station Information
In 2016, the overall crime rate of Layton was lower than the national average by 56%. It is considered safer compared to 67% of all US cities. In fact, the odds of becoming a victim of a crime in this city is 1 in 80. Statistically, only 3.45 daily crimes occur in the city for every 100,000 people.
The city of Layton is protected and served by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office which is under the command of Sheriff Rick Ramsay. The department is comprised of 544 employees with 189 road patrol officers and detectives as well as 139 Corrections officers. There are several divisions with the Sheriff’s Office including the Bureau of Administration, Bureau of Law Enforcement, and Corrections Bureau.
Administration Headquarters, MCSO
5525 College Road
Key West, FL 33040
Sheriff Rick Ramsay
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office operates three jail facilities – the Key West Detention Center, the Marathon Detention Center, and the Plantation Key Detention Center. All three facilities are under the command of Major Tim Age. Video visitation is available at all detention centers. Registration is required in order to schedule a visit. For any questions, you can call 305-293-7300.
Main Detention Facility
5501 College Road
Key West, FL 33040
Marathon Detention Center
3981 Ocean Terrace
Marathon, FL 33050
Plantation Detention Center
53 High Point Road
Plantation Key, FL 33037
Open Records Requests in Layton, Florida
Requests for public records in the city of Layton are handled by the City Clerk, Mimi Young. You can submit your request in person, through mail, over the phone, or by email.
Mimi Young, City Clerk
The Records Division of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office also provides copies of public records. You can submit your request by completing the online form available on the MCSO website.
Police Logs in Layton, Florida
The most recent service call logs for the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office can be found online. The most common calls are watch orders and traffic offenses.