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Madison County, Florida, which borders the state of Georgia to the north, was created in 1827 and named for James Madison, fourth U.S. President. The western border of the county is formed by the Aucilla River, and the eastern border follows the Withlacoochee and Suwannee Rivers. In 2010, the population of the county was 19,224. The total area is 716 square miles, mostly rural. About 58% of the population is white and 40% is African American. The poverty rate is relatively high, with 23.1% of the population falling below the poverty line.

Although the county seat is also named Madison, it has a completely different namesake. Madison C. Livingston donated the very first parcel of land to begin the city in 1838. Livingston Street, in the historic district, is named for him as well. The district includes many structures that were built 150 to 200 years ago. Ray Charles, famous rhythm and blues musician, spent his childhood in the small Madison County community of Greenville.

The county’s economy is agriculturally based. Important crops include peanuts, corn, soybeans, cotton, fruits, beef, vegetables, and timber.

The Madison County Jail is located at 823 SW Pinckney Street, Madison, Florida  32340. Under the supervision of the Sheriff’s Office, the jail’s visitation schedule is based on gender, age, and housing assignment of inmates. The maximum capacity of the facility is 120 male and female adult and juvenile prisoners. To inquire about visitation, jail regulations, or a specific inmate, call the jail at 850-973-4001. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.

Also in Madison County, the Florida Department of Corrections administers the Madison Correctional Institution and Work Camp. Located at 382 Southwest MCI Way, Madison, Florida 32340, it was established in 1989. The facility houses up to 1,189 adult male inmates in close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. Academic programs include GED, literacy, adult basic education, typing, and English. A culinary program is offered as vocational training. Inmates have an opportunity to work in a shoe or textile factory located within the complex. To get more information, visit the Department of Corrections website, or call the facility at 850-973-5300.

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Madison County Jail Address: 901 W. PINCKNEY MADISON FL 32340

Madison County Sheriff's Office

Madison County Sheriff's Office 2364 West US 90 Madison, Florida 32340 850-973-4151 Madison County Jail 823 SW Pinckney Street Madison, Florida 32340 850-973-4001
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office3 days ago
News Release (May 24, 2018)
Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Tuesday May 22, 2018 the Madison County Sheriff’s Office received information from the U. S. Marshal’s Office Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force that Vincent Marchello Dimenna was wanted by the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office and had active arrest warrants for Home Invasion Robbery with a Firearm, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, False Imprisonment and Grand Theft. Investigation by the Florida Regional Fugitive Task Force determined that Dimenna is formally from Madison County but had left to attend the University of Florida on a football scholarship. Dimenna is no longer part of the football program and has since been banned from the University.
On the same date, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office S.E.R.T. Team responded to Dimenna’s last known address in Madison County and conducted surveillance in an attempt to locate and identify Dimenna. At approximately 5:00 pm, the surveillance team observed Dimenna depart the residence in a black 2008 Jeep Wrangler. Members of the S.E.R.T. Team followed Dimenna away from the residence and conducted a High Risk Felony Traffic Stop in an unpopulated area. Dimenna complied with the S.E.R.T. Team and was arrested without incident. Dimenna was booked into the Madison County Jail and will be transported back to Alachua County to answer his charges.
Arrested:

Vincent Marchello Dimenna
01/21/1996
Madison, FL 32340
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office4 days ago
News Release (May 23, 2018)
Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 1:53 pm, deputies responded to an address located on NE Bramble Trail in an attempt to locate and arrest Calvin Johnson for an active Bond Revocation arrest warrant. Upon arrival deputies made contact with two juveniles who initially told the deputies that Johnson was not at the location. After further questioning regarding Johnson the juveniles admitted to the deputies that Johnson had seen them coming and fled into the woods on foot prior to their arrival. Sergeant Jarrod Lauth deployed canine Miso to track Johnson while other deputies established a perimeter. Canine Miso quickly located the scent trail and began to track Johnson in the direction of a field. As canine Miso tracked closer to the field perimeter deputies spotted Johnson running across the field. Canine Miso was released in attempt to apprehend Johnson, however Johnson climbed up a tree to avoid canine Miso. Deputies were able to take Johnson into custody from the tree without further incident.
Arrested:

Calvin Johnson
06/16/1976
Madison, FL 32340

1. Arrest Warrant – Bond Revocation
2. Resist Officer without Violence
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office5 days ago
Concealed Weapons Class
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to once again be offering the Florida Concealed Weapons Class. We will only accept up to 12 people per class and will run the class with a minimum of 10. This course will include Florida Law and basic knowledge as well as hands on training on the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Range. If you wish to sign up for the class please stop by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at 2364 West US Hwy 90 Madison, FL 32340 between the hours of 8:00am-5:00pm Mon-Fri to pay and sign up for the class. The cost of the class will be $60.00 per attendee and will be due when you sign up for the class. The class will be from 8:00am-12:00pm at the Madison County Range located at 1243 NE Palmetto St. Pinetta, FL. There will be a continuous list and classes will be scheduled as the roster fills. You will be notified as soon as a date is scheduled. If you need to withdraw from a particular class or cannot attend you will put on the list for the next class when it is scheduled. If you would like a refund, you will need to make a request to get a refund at least 72 hours before your scheduled class day or you will not be refunded. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at 850-973-4151.
It is recommended for this course that you have your own weapon and ammunition so that you will gain the knowledge and training on your personal specific weapon.
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
The Madison County Sheriff's Office takes pride in being transparent. We strive to provide our citizens with the most current and accurate information we have available. It is our belief that a well-informed community is a safer community. Below is a letter addressed to the Madison County Board of County Commissioners that has also been provided to our Superintendent, Dr. Karen Pickles, from Sheriff Ben Stewart regarding his stance and understanding of the new State Mandated School Safety Officer requirement.

May 18, 2018

Wayne Vickers
Chairman Madison County Board of Commissioners
229 SW Pinckney Street
Madison, FL 32340

Mr. Chairman:

This is to summarize past discussions and the current status of our efforts to fulfill the requirements of Senate Bill 7026, also referred to as the “Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act.” This bill, which was signed into law by Governor Scott on March 9, 2018, contains many mandates which affect our County. Many of the mandates affect the school district exclusively, however several include the Sheriff’s Office as well. One specific requirement of this law is that it mandates that a “school safety officer” be placed in each qualifying school. It is our understanding that these mandates require the Sheriff of each county along with the School Superintendent to agree upon utilizing either School Resource Deputies, the guardian program, establishment of the school district’s own school safety officers employed by the school, or some combination thereof to fulfill the school safety officer requirement. This requirement is expected to be in place at each qualifying school prior to the start of the 2018 -2019 school year. The bill reports to provide a safe schools reoccurring allocation of $387,883.00 to the Madison County School Board to help fund this mandate, however this figure may be in question. I am addressing this letter to the Madison County Board of Commissioners because you are the funding source for the Sheriff’s Office which will require re-imbursement negotiations with the School Board to fund this safe schools mandate.
The language of the law requires “district school boards to establish or assign safe school officers at each district school facility within the district.” (Line 223 through 225.) It has been determined by our School Superintendent, Doctor Karen
Pickles, that there are seven qualifying schools in the Madison County district. These schools are Madison County High, Madison County Central, Lee Elementary, Pinetta Elementary, Greenville Elementary, James Madison Preparatory High, and Madison Creative Arts Academy. Madison County Central has more than one thousand students which indicates the need for two “safe school officers.”
The Sheriff’s Office currently employs two School Resource Officers which are located at Madison County High School and Madison County Central School. The Sheriff’s Office receives 125,000.00 per year in re-imbursement costs from the school district for the salaries and benefits of the two School Resource Deputies. The Sheriff’s Office currently pays for the operational costs to include vehicles, equipment, fuel, maintenance, supervision, and liability insurance for the two School Resource Deputies.
Regarding the requirements of Senate Bill 7026, I am advising that the safest and most effective method to protect the schools in Madison County would be to have a School Resource Deputy assigned to each school with two deputies being assigned to Madison Central. To accomplish this it would take a minimum of six new School Resource Deputies for a total of eight. The additional cost would be approximately $522,000.00 for a total of 647,000.00 needed to fund the School Resource Deputies. The break down for each new position would be approximately 53,000.00 in salary and benefits and approximately 34,000.00 for startup costs. Startup costs include a vehicle, uniforms, weapons, body camera, radios and liability insurance. Unfortunately the safe schools allotment for Madison County is approximately 387,000.00, which leaves quite a shortfall. Preliminary meetings with School Superintendent Doctor Karen Pickles as well as many other school representatives have indicated that this shortfall is unsurmountable and will result in a total failure of agreement as required by the language of the law.
In an effort to protect our students as proficiently as possible and accomplish the mandates of Senate Bill 7026, Doctor Pickles and my staff have tentatively settled on a compromise plan that we feel should be attainable. This plan would be to place additional School Resource Deputies at our most vulnerable schools during the first year. We feel that Greenville, Pinetta, and Lee Elementary Schools should have School Resource Deputies assigned first because of their locations and difficulty of response. Madison Creative Arts Academy and James Madison Preparatory High are located in proximity to the Sheriff’s Office and Madison Police Department as well as the locations of the current School Resource Deputies. Madison County Central currently has one deputy which makes the second position less of a critical priority. This would be the initial plan with the
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understanding that a School Resource Deputy position would be revisited for the other positions as soon as funding is available. The Guardian program could also be used to supplement these shortfalls in the interim, however it is with much trepidation that we move forward with that process. The addition of three School Resource Deputies would drop the initial costs to approximately $260,000.00, for a total of approximately $385,000.00 for all five School Resource Deputies.
Finally, as Sheriff of Madison County I want to remind you that I do not have a choice regarding Senate Bill 7026 other than to fulfill its mandates as required by Florida Statutes. Madison County Sheriff’s Office staff, Doctor Karen Pickles, and many others have worked diligently in exploring every practical avenue to respond to this law. Unfortunately, the school safety mandates are only part of many mandates involved with this law of which have required much effort to prepare for. As I write this letter The Sheriff’s Office is also preparing our budget which has to be submitted by June 1st, 2018. This budget will include the figures which represent the compromise plan from above. I understand that there will be subsequent negotiations with the Madison County School District as well as our own budget workshops before these costs are finalized. We are still facing the selection, hiring, training, equipping, and insuring of new deputies as well as a myriad of other issues to be resolved as to the guardian program before the start of the school year in August. In any event the above described resolutions regarding the school safety portion of Senate Bill 7026 are the best that I can recommend at this time.

Sincerely,

Benjamin Stewart
Sheriff of Madison County

Cc: Doctor Karen Pickles, Madison County School Superintendent
Hon. Susie Williamson, Madison County School Board Chair
Bo Hardee, Esq. for Madison Creative Arts Academy and James Madison High
Tommy Reeves, Esq. for Madison County Board of Commissioners
Emerald Greene, Editor Madison County Carrier
Madison County Sheriff's Office
Madison County Sheriff's Office1 week ago
******SUMMER CAMP******
Unfortunately, the Madison County Youth Summer Camp has reached capacity. We will continue to take applications in the event there are any cancellations. Thank you.