Ocala, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information
Ocala is a city that can be found in Marion County. According to the 2016 census, approximately 59,253 people are living in this area. The city has a Council-manager type of government. The mayor is Kent Guinn and the City Manager is John Zobler.
110 S.E. Watula Avenue
Ocala, FL 34471
Kent Guinn, Mayor
John Zobler, City Manager
In 2016, the crime index of Ocala was 485.7 which was almost double the US average (280.5). During that year, there were 10 reported murders, 29 reported rapes, 111 reported robberies, and 313 reported assaults. There were also 443 reported burglaries, 2,600 reported thefts, 131 reported auto thefts, and 14 reported arsons. As of October 2018, there are 424 registered sex offenders residing in Ocala. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 140 to 1.
Ocala, Florida – Police Station Information
There were 3,637 reported incidents in Ocala in 2016 which gave it a total crime rate of 6,207 crimes per 100,000 people. This was much higher than the Florida average which was 3,117 crimes for every 100,000 individuals. It was also higher than the national average (2,837 crimes for every 100,000 people). The crime that wa most commonly reported was theft.
The Ocala Police Department is headed by Police Chief Greg Graham. The OPD employs 180 sworn Officers and approximately 100 full and part-time civilian employees. There are several bureaus within the department – Community Policing Bureau, Criminal Investigations Bureau, Special Operations Bureau, and Support Services Bureau.
Ocala Police Department
402 South Pine Ave.,
Ocala, FL 34471
Greg Graham, Police Chief
The Marion County Jail which is located on NW 30th Avenue is the facility used by the Ocala Police Department. Inmates are permitted up to 30 minutes per visit four days a week. All visits must be scheduled up to a week prior to the desired time slot by calling (352) 438-5961 between the hours of 9:00am to 9:00pm, Sunday through Saturday. The visitation schedule is Sunday through Saturday from 8:00am to 11:00am, 1:00pm to 4:00pm, and 7:00pm to 9:45pm.
Marion County Jail
700 NW 30th Avenue
Ocala, FL 34475
Open Records Requests in Ocala, Florida
The official Custodian of Public Records for the City of Ocala is the City Clerk. All public records are created, sent, received, maintained and requested through this office.
Angel Jacobs, City Clerk
The Records Section of the Ocala Police Department is responsible for the safekeeping of records generated by the department. You can submit your request in person, by phone, email, or postal mail.
Records Section, Ocala Police Department
Police Logs in Ocala, Florida
You can view all calls for service made to the Ocala Police Department online. The department receives various types of calls including citizen assist, burglary, and criminal mischief.