Orlando, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information
Orlando is a city in Orange County with an estimated population of 280,257 based on the 2016 census. The city has a Mayor–council type of government. The current mayor is Buddy Dyer. The Chief Administrative Officer is Byron W. Brooks.
400 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando, FL 32802-4990
Buddy Dyer, Mayor
Byron W. Brooks, A.I.C.P.
Chief Administrator Officer
In 2016, the crime index for Orlando was 551.8 which was much higher than the national average (280.5). During that year, there were 84 reported murders, 211 reported rapes, 504 reported robberies, and 1,529 reported assaults. There were also 3,637 reported burglaries, 9,621 reported thefts, 1,240 reported auto thefts, and 15 reported arsons. As of October 2018, 1,956 registered sex offenders residing in Orlando. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 142 to 1.
Orlando, Florida – Police Station Information
There were 16,826 reported incidents in Orlando during 2016. The total crime rate that year was 6,059 crimes for every 100,000 people which was almost double the Florida average (3,117 crimes for every 100,000 people). It was also much higher than the national average at the time which was 2,837 crimes for every 100,000 individuals. The type of incident which was most commonly reported that year was theft.
The Orlando Police Department is responsible for protecting the life and property of the citizens and visitors in the community. The current Chief of Police is John Mina. There are five bureaus within the OPD – the Chief’s Staff Bureau, Administrative Bureau, Investigative Services Bureau, Patrol Services Bureau, and Special Services Bureau. The OPD also offers several programs and services such as the Cannabis Diversionary Program, Crime Free Multi-Housing Program, E-Commerce Exchange Zone, and False Alarm Reduction Program.
Orlando Police Department
1250 West South Street
Orlando, Florida 32805
Chief Orlando Rolon
The Orange County Corrections operates one of the biggest jail systems in the country. Its Main Jail Facility which houses 1,053 beds and the Direct Supervision Facilities are the jails used by the Ocoee Police Department. All inmates are allowed three visits per week. All visits are via video. The Video Visitation Center is open daily from 9am to 10pm.
Orange County Corrections
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970
Phone: (407) 836-3400
Open Records Requests in Orlando, Florida
The City Clerk is the official Custodian of Public Records for the city of Orlando. Anyone can visit this office to request access to public records. You can also submit a public records request online.
Denise Aldridge, City Clerk
The Orlando Police Department also provides copies of public records generated by the department. You can obtain copies of police reports online from the department’s website.
Records Division, OPD
Police Logs in Orlando, Florida
The list of active calls for service that are being handled by the Orlando Police Department can be viewed online. The most common type of call received by the OPD is about a suspicious person.