Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff Bob Peryam. Protecting and Serving our residents and visitors with Honesty and Integrity.
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Protecting and Serving ourresidents and visitors withHonesty and Integrity
Leadership Philosophy: Our agency exists to provide service to our customers - the citizens of our county. We must ensure they receive the quality of service they deserve and pay for.
Sheriff Robert P. Peryam
“Do the right thing, at the right time, for the right reason…always”
Undersheriff Rick Ramsay
112 miles of islands off the Southern tip of Florida with approximately 80,000 permanent residents
2,000,000 tourists visit each year
In peak season (January - April) the population of the county may reach as high as 150,000
The main highway, U.S. 1 runs from Florida City to Key West, with 45 bridges connecting the islands
The Florida Keys
State and Federal Forfeiture funds cannot be used to offset regularly budgeted items. Uses are limited by State and Federal law.
SWAT Team Vehicle
Mobile Command Post
Explorer / Cadet Program
Aviation Hanger, Marathon
Headquarters: Stock Island
Sector 1:Cudjoe Key – Freeman Substation
Sector 4 / 5: Marathon Substation
Sector 6:Islamorada Substation
Sector 7:Roth Building, Plantation Key
Chief Ken Dugger - Sector 1 Commander
Sector 1: From Stock Island to thenorth end of the Seven Mile Bridge.
Offices: Headquarters Building
Main Detention Facility
Department of Juvenile
The Freeman Substation Commander is Lt. Gene Thompson .
Captain Chad Scibilia - Sector 4/5 Commander
Sector 4: The City of Marathon
Sector 5: From Marathon to the 74 mile marker U.S. One.
Offices: Marathon Substation at the 47 mm of U.S. One
Special Operations Offices
The Key Vaca Substation Commander is Lt. Mitch Snider.
Captain Don Fanelli - Sector Six Commander
Sector 6:The City of Islamorada. 73 mile markerto the 90.5
mile marker at the Tavernier Creek Bridge.
Offices:Islamorada Substation, U.S. One, mile marker 87
The Islamorada Station Commander is Lt. Tom Brazil.
Captain Lou Caputo - Sector 7 Commander
Sector 7:90.2mm to the 112 mile marker of U.S. One, including Ocean Reef, Card Sound Road, State Road 905 and parts of the Everglades.
Offices:The Roth Building, 88.7 mm of U.S. One
Detention Facility, Plantation Key
The Roth Building Substation Commander is Lt. Corey Bryan
Lt. Mitch Horn is
Captain Chad Scibilia, Commander, Special Investigations
Drug Investigations, Crimes Against Women and Children, Homicide, Intelligence, Homeland Security, Traffic Enforcement, Dive, Bomb, SWAT, Hostage Negotiators, Victim Advocates, Reserves
Since 1991, Major Index Crimes in Monroe County have decreased by almost 50%,according to statistics kept by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).
Sheriff’s Office dispatchers answer an average of 340 calls for servicein a 24 hour period, with 123,587 calls answered in 2008.
Chief Tommy Taylor - Bureau of Corrections
Main Detention Center, Stock Island
Marathon Detention Center
Plantation Key Detention Center
Diverts first time misdemeanor juvenile offenders from the criminal justice system. The child must first make an admission of guilt.
The child's case is presented in a formal court room settingby a teen prosecutor and defense attorney. The court is presided over by a Judge (usually a practicing attorney). The sanctions are imposed by a jury of the defendant's peers.
Teen Court employees also administer the Civil Citation Program.
The program is partially funded with a fine attached to trafficcitations.
There are five Victim Advocates who work for the Sheriff’s Office. They assist crime victims County-wide, including the city of Key West.
The Advocates are partially funded by a grant from the Office of the Attorney General. In 2007, they assisted more than 1,200 victims of crime in the County.
Other goals we are working toward:
freeing up bed space for paying inmates.
Other goals we are working toward:
Purchased four hybrid vehicles: Ford Escapes
both State and Federally Accredited: