Leon County Booking Report

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The Leon County Sheriff’s Office has a new smartphone app called “LCSO Connect”. The app is a vital resource for the citizens of Leon County, as well as other visitors. The overall premise is to provide information quickly and efficiently to anyone with a smartphone.LCSO Crime Map is powered through Crimemapping.com. The system utilizes an advanced mapping engine, which helps provide a high level of functionality, as well as flexibility. Crime data is extracted on a regular basis from our department’s records system so that the information being viewed is the most current available. This data is always verified for accuracy and all address information is generalized by block in order to help ensure privacy is protected.

Our rules of decorum are in place to encourage civil discourse and to prevent a poster from disrupting dialog in a way that prevents or impedes the accomplishment of the purpose of our social media sites. Our purpose is to convey important public safety information, increase our ability to quickly, effectively, and efficiently reach Leon County and Big Bend area residents to help us find criminal suspects, find missing and/or endangered persons, communicate public safety alerts, and further our mission of preventing, reducing, suppressing, displacing, solving, and fighting crime in Leon County.Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

The Leon County Sheriff’s Office has a new, state of the art hub for activation, in the event of a hurricane, other natural disaster or critical situation. The Operations Response Center is located inside LCSO’s administration building on Municipal Way. It is equipped with hurricane shutters and structured to sustain hurricane force winds. LCSO has a detailed plan, inclusive of 24 hour staffing to respond to the needs of the community is a crisis situation.

The Leon County Sheriff’s Office’s Citizens Academy offers residents the opportunity to learn and get hands on experience in how we continuously work to make Leon County a safer place to live work and play. The academy is a 10 week program, meeting once a week and culminating with a graduation ceremony. Citizens get the opportunity to ride along with a deputy on patrol, tour our Detention Facility, react to simulated “shoot or no shoot” scenarios, shoot our high powered weapons, and much more.
The Leon County Detention Facility houses arrestees taken into custody by numerous law enforcement entities throughout the county. Booking reports are posted daily.This is a limited public forum, please keep your comments clean and appropriate. Inappropriate comments, comments not related to the purpose of the page or comments not related to the specific post are subject to deletion by the administrator of this account. If you don’t comply with the posting guidelines, your message will be removed. If you post inappropriate content a second time, you will be blocked from posting any more information to the site/page.

“ALLin LEON” is a comprehensive plan to unify people, agencies, and organizations to work collaboratively to reduce crime in Leon County. It is a partnership which allows all stakeholders to work towards a common goal. “ALLin LEON” is comprised of four components: prevention, re-entry, enforcement, and community involvement. Each component seeks to use reliable data to implement proven strategies.2020 Comprehensive Report

United in a spirit of teamwork, we are committed to being law enforcement’s benchmark for excellence by providing World Class public safety services to the people of Leon County, while maintaining respect for individual rights and human dignity.
The Leon County Detention Facility sponsors quarterly Reentry seminars, to help prepare inmates for their return to society. The participants have the opportunity to gain resources and assistance from local organizations and express their concerns about reentering the community.Please be aware that when engaging with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) through social media, you are agreeing to adhere to the terms of use as follows:The mission of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office is to safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve, to reduce the incidence and fear of crime, and to enhance public safety by working in partnership with our diverse community.In an effort to better understand the commonalities between the people, conditions, and circumstances contributing to the homicides in our community, Sheriff McNeil assembled a project team to complete an exploratory review of the homicides reported in Leon County between 2015-2020.A breakdown of crime data for Leon County shows that there were 22 murders, 242 rapes, 382 robberies, 1,251 aggravated assaults, 1,956 burglaries, 9,096 larcenies, and 877 motor vehicle thefts. Compared to 2016 figures, there were lower incidences of all of these crimes except murder. While murder rate rose by 83.3%, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle theft rates declined by 6.2%, 16.2%, 9.7%, 31%, 9.5%, and 31.2% respectively.Check the website of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to find a list sex offenders in Leon County. The search tool pulls information from the state’s sexual offenders and predators registry and allows visitors to search for sex offenders by name and neighborhood.

Offices open from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The Clerk’s Office charges $86 for a marriage license. There’s a lesser fee of $61 for marriages between Florida residents with proof of finishing premarital class with a provider approved by the County Clerk. Fees are payable in cash, check, and money order.
The Tallahassee office charges $10 for each copy of death certificates. The fee for birth certificates for births occurring between 1917 and 2009 is $12 while births between 2009 and the present attracts a fee of $10. To find specific inmates in any of the jails in Leon County, use the inmate search tool on the website of the county’s Sheriff’s Office. This lookup tool allows the public to search for inmates by name. Use the Official Records Search tool provided by the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller to find official records, plats, deeds, and mortgage records for Leon County. The Clerk’s Office is also responsible for issuing marriage licenses. Application for marriage license must be submitted in writing to:

The Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller keeps court records for Leon County. The Clerk’s website has a search tool for accessing publicly available records. These include complete case information for cases tried in criminal, civil, and traffic courts. Using this online service requires users to register for Secure Web access. Registered users can access and print copies of court documents at home and free of charge.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement provides crime statistics for Leon County. Its records show that there was a total of 9,936 arrests in the county in 2017, the most recent year with a complete record. This figure represents a 9.6% year-on-year jump in arrest rates compared to 2016. The overall crime rate in Leon County declined by 15.1% in 2017 compared to 2016. In this period, violent crime rate dropped by 10.3% while property crime rate experienced a 15.8% reduction.The Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller also accepts in-person requests and provides up to nine documents and 20 pages per user free of charge. Requests requiring more copies are directed to the Secure Web search portal. Alternatively, enquirers can call the Clerk’s office at (850) 606-4000 to ask about payment plans for the number of documents/copies they wish to obtain. For further questions, send an email to the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller.