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Sumter County is located in west central Florida, northwest of Orlando. Created in 1853 from part of Marion County, it is named after Revolutionary War hero General Thomas Sumter. Much of the eastern portion of the county was once part of a Seminole Indian reservation. It is now one of the fastest growing counties in Florida and the United States, mainly due to rapid expansion of The Villages, a huge retirement complex in the northeast corner of the county. Between the 2000 and 2010 census, the population grew by more than 75%, to 93,420. During the same period, the median age changed from 49.2 years to 62.7 years. The estimated population in 2014 was over 114,000 people, and the median age was 64.5 years. The total area of the county is 580 square miles. The county seat is Bushnell, in the center of the area.

The Sumter County Detention Center is operated by the Sheriff’s Office. Located at 219 East Anderson Avenue, Bushnell, Florida 33513, the jail has a capacity of 550 male and female adult and juvenile inmates. Visitation is available through the Video Visitation Center at 404 East Anderson Avenue in Bushnell. Visitors must be included on an inmate’s approved visitor list. To find the inmate’s visitation schedule, search for them using the online link in the Public Information menu. Days and times available are according to an inmate’s housing assignment. To inquire about visitation or a specific inmate, call the detention center at 352-569-1700.

A Florida Department of Corrections’ facility, Sumter Correctional Institution, is also located in the county, at 9544 County Road 476B, Bushnell, Florida 33513. The 1,639-bed prison first opened in 1965 to house youthful offender male inmates. Currently, it houses both adult and youthful offender males in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. Many vocational and training programs are offered, including landscape management, masonry, auto mechanics, consumer electronic servicing, furniture making, and printing, For more information, call the Institution at 352-569-6100 or 352-568-4600.

Sumter County Detention Center Address: 219 E ANDERSON AVENUE BUSHNELL FL 33513

2 days ago
The Sumter County Sheriff's Office is opening two (2) donation drop off points for supplies to go to the panhandle for Hurricane Michael victims.

The most needed items are as follows:
• Tarps
• Gas cans
• Coolers
•... https://t.co/ek7lxw9Rhc
4 days ago
A prayer offered for the safety of our staff heading to the panhandle and words of encouragement from Chief Brannen.
4 days ago
After being on standby, Sumter County has received notification of deployment for the panhandle. The team loaded up today, October 14th, ready to assist Hurricane Michael victims. Special thanks to Lowe’s... https://t.co/SXvSzmeW3D
5 days ago
Operation Medicine Cabinet is happening 10/20/2018. Take advantage of the opportunity to get rid of your expired/unwanted medications. https://t.co/eZuWhMUMCv
1 week ago
Sumter County is monitoring Hurricane Michael

Sumter County is currently monitoring Hurricane Michael. Currently, there are currently no watches or warnings issued for Sumter County. There is a potential for fast moving, heavy thunderstorms... https://t.co/OBRhRZMf2H

Sumter County Sheriff's Office-Florida

Welcome to the "Official" Florida Sumter County Sheriff's Office Facebook page. Please do not use this page to report crime if you have an emergency dial 9-1-1, for non emergencies please call 352-793-2621 or 352-728-6909 (Villages). If you have a crime tip or information about a crime please call our non-emergency number or Crimeline 1-800-423-TIPS Thank you for following the Sumter County Sheriff's Office on social media! We welcome you to share your thoughts and feedback with us; however we ask that you please be courteous and respectful when commenting or replying. Comments that contain obscene, indecent, or profane language are bullying, intimidating, or harassing any user; threatening or defamatory or contain personal attacks; hate speech; may be removed or hidden. Furthermore links/comments that promote or endorse services or products; suggest or encourage illegal activity; are multiple, repetitive off-topic posts by a single user (spam); are not topically related to the particular posting; violate a legal ownership interest of any other party; or imbed links to other Internet sites may be also hidden/removed. Users who violate this policy may be banned. The Sumter County Sheriff's Office established this page to convey import public safety information in an efficient manner. Our hope is that using social media platforms such as this will increase our ability to reach the citizens of Sumter County and the surrounding areas in order for us to find criminal suspects, find missing and/or endangered persons, communicate public safety alerts, and further our mission of preventing, solving, and fighting crime in Sumter County. Sumter County was created by the Florida legislature on January 8, 1853 and was once part of Marion County. Known for its simple beauty, much of what is now eastern Sumter County was part of the original Seminole Indian reservation established under the Treaty of Moultrie in 1824, and was named after Revolutionary War hero General Thomas Sumter. Today, Sumter County is one of the fastest growing counties in Florida, encompasses 580 square miles, and is home to over 115,000 people. Sumter County is one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the state of Florida and the United States. The Sumter County Sheriff's Office is founded on the principles of integrity, respect, honesty, and caring for others. With a staff of over 300 dedicated men and women, we are committed to providing professional law enforcement services through a well-trained staff, technology, crime prevention and a results-oriented, proactive approach to public safety. We care about our community. We are continuously seeking out opportunities to partner with the public and to maintain an open dialogue with those we serve. By doing so, together, we make Sumter County a great place to live, work and play. I hope you find the information on this site helpful and thank you for allowing us to serve you.
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Sumter County Sheriff's Office-Florida14 hours ago
Received this picture from the staff up in the panhandle, large smiles despite the circumstances!
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Sumter County Sheriff's Office-Florida15 hours ago
The Sumter County Sheriff's Office is opening two donation drop off points for supplies to go to the panhandle for Hurricane Michael victims.

Examples of needed/requested items are as follows:
• Tarps
• Gas cans
• Coolers
• Generators
• Non-perishable food items
• Pet food/supplies
• Charcoal and grill type lighters
• Mosquitos repellant
• Dunks tablets (for standing water)
• Sun Screen
• Hand sanitizer and wipes
• Paper goods and toiletries
• Plastic utensils
• Garbage bags
• Nails, screws, hammers, battery operated screwdrivers or drills
• Battery operated fans
• Safety glasses, work gloves, tree trimmers, limb clippers etc.
• Plastic tubs with lids


Donations will be received:

Thursday, October 18th 8am-5pm
Friday, October 19th from 8am-5pm.

Donations can be dropped off at either location:

250 E McCollum Ave OR 7361 Powell Rd
Bushnell, FL 33513 Wildwood, FL 34785

For more information please contact:

Beth Hunt 352-571-0016
Michelle Keszey 352-254-0446
Sumter County Sheriff's Office-Florida
Sumter County Sheriff's Office-Florida added 2 new photos.2 days ago
The Sumter County Sheriff's Office is opening two (2) donation drop off points for supplies to go to the panhandle for Hurricane Michael victims.

The most needed items are as follows:
• Tarps
• Gas cans
• Coolers
• Generators
• Non-perishable food items

Donations will be received:

Thursday, October 18th 8am-5pm
&
Friday, October 19th from 8am-5pm.

Donations can be dropped off at :

250 E McCollum Ave-Bushnell, FL 33513 OR
7361 Powell Rd-Wildwood, FL 34785

For more information please contact:
Beth Hunt 352-571-0016
Michelle Keszey 352-254-0446