Palm Shores, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information
Palm Shores is a town located in Brevard County with an estimated population of 1,034 based on the 2016 census. The town operates with a Mayor–council type of government. The mayor is Carol M. McCormack.
5030 Paul Hurtt Lane
Palm Shores, FL 32940
Palm Shores, Florida – Police Station Information
Palm Shores is rated A+ for crime and safety because of its very low crime rate. The total crimes in the town are lower compared to the rest of the state by 65%. The crime rate was also lower compared to the national average by 61%. For every 100,000 individuals, only 3.01 crimes occur every day in the town. Palm Shores is considered safer than 72% of all US cities. The chances of a person becoming a victim in this town is 1 in 91. However, there has been an increase in the total year over year crimes in the town by 2%.
The town of Palm Shores contracts with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services. Sheriff Wayne Ivey heads this department which is comprised of 5 precincts. There are also several divisions within the BCSO such as the Administrative Services Command, Community Services, the Jail Division, Criminal Investigative Services, and Operational Services.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office
700 Park Ave.,
Titusville FL 32780
Wayne Ivey, Sheriff
The Brevard County Jail Complex is owned and maintained by the Board of County Commissioners and run by the Sheriff. The jail holds more than 1,500 inmates every day. It is comprised of a Booking area, Housing areas, Medical Ward, Laundry facility, Courtroom, Visiting areas, Recreation area, and office/support area. The complex also features three tents that includes a Women’s jail and a mental health/medical facility. All visits are conducted through video, remotely or onsite. Visiting hours are from 8:00 AM – 7:30 PM with the exception of Saturday where visiting hours are from 8:00am – 6:45pm by appointment only.
Open Records Requests in Palm Shores, Florida
The Town Clerk serves as the official Public Records Custodian for Palm Shores. All requests to inspect or get copies of public records are fulfilled by this office.
Patricia J. Burke, MPA, MMC
The Records Unit of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the safekeeping of all documents generated by the department. Any requests can be submitted to this office or any Precinct.
Records Unit, BCSO
700 South Park Avenue, Bldg J (East side of complex)
Titusville, Florida 32780
Police Logs in Palm Shores, Florida
You can view the crime statistics of Brevard County over the years online. In 2017, the type of crime that was most commonly committed in the area was larceny.