Orange County Jail

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Orange County, famous for its tourist destinations in and around Orlando, the county seat, in the center of Florida, was founded in 1845. With 1,145,956 residents, it was the fifth-most populous county in the state in 2010. It was named for the citrus fruit that once formed the basis of the economy, but was known as Mosquito County from 1824 to 1845. Since that time, several other counties have been created from parts of the original area. The county currently has a total area of 1,003 square miles, with 10% covered by water. The population is quite diverse, with 46% White, about 20% Black, nearly 27% Hispanic, and almost 5% Asian.

The current economy is largely based on tourism, as Orange County is home to such attractions as Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld Orlando, all of which first opened in the 1970s. The theme parks draw more than 62 million visitors each year from all over the world. The county is also home to the University of Central Florida, as well as numerous private universities and colleges.

The jail facilities in Orange County are under the supervision of the Corrections Department  of the county government, rather than being administered by the Sheriff’s Office, although it is located nearby. The jail complex holds a total of 4105 beds for all classifications of inmates. The Booking and Release Center is located at 3855 South John Young Parkway, Orlando, Florida, 32839, and can be contacted via phone at 407-836-3400. All mail should be addressed to PO Box 4970, Orlando, Florida, 32802. The Video Visitation Center is located at 3000 39th Street, and can be reached by phone at 407-836-8061.

The Florida Department of Corrections has several facilities in Orange County, including the Central Florida Reception Center, which also supervises the Kissimmee and Orlando Community Release centers, Bridges of Orlando, the Transition House of Kissimmee, and Orlando Transition Center. The Reception Center is located at 7000 H. C. Kelley Road, Orlando, Florida 32831. Built in 1988, it has a total capacity of 1,659 male adult and youthful inmates, held under close, medium, minimum, and work release custody. To get more information, visit the Department of Corrections website or call the Center at 407-207-7777.

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Orange County Jail Address: 3723 Vision Blvd ORLANDO FL 32802

Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida

On November 4, 2008 Sheriff Jerry L. Demings was elected Orange County's 28th Sheriff. He believes that, to be totally effective, a law enforcement agency has to form close working partnerships, not only with the citizens it serves, but with its schools, churches, all branches of local government, and the local corporate community. Community Oriented Policing remains one of the cornerstones of his policing philosophy. The world of law enforcement is different today. Taking on the task of serving as Sheriff in the rapidly growing urban environment that characterizes the Orange County of today is light years away from the days of the vast orange groves, pristine, crystal clear lakes, and the quiet bedroom community that was once Orange County. While many of the traditions, duties, and responsibilities of the Office of Sheriff clearly remain, today the county's top lawman must possess the knowledge and skills of a street smart cop along with those of the savviest chief executive officer sitting at the head of the table in a corporate board room. Orange County continues to grow and, just as it has in so many other urban areas in the United States, that growth continues to present new issues and challenges on the table of the Sheriff of Orange County. Learn about our history and where it all began for the Orange County Sheriff's Office at http://www.ocso.com/OfficeoftheSheriff/HistoricalHighlights/tabid/58/Default.aspx
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
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Here's to our awesome Communications Section professionals.
The NextGen911 Institute presented them with their “Outstanding 911 Call Center" award.
OCSO operates one of the busiest 911 centers in the Southeast.
In 2017, it handled over 1.3 million calls including the Fiamma workplace shooting incident which occurred near to the Communications Center, and tragically left six dead.
Later in the year, Communications responded to the arrival of Hurricane Irma by activating a new back-up 911 center and moving personnel to a Hurricane shift configuration.
Despite the large workload, 93.35% of all 911 calls were answered within ten seconds. In fact, January 2018 represented the 30th consecutive month that Communications exceeded the state standard.
Sheriff Jerry Demings was on hand to receive the honor, accompanied by Director of Emergency Communications Bryan Rintoul, Assistant Squad Leader Kali English, Dispatcher Anays Santos, Congresswoman Val Demings and Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy.
Congratulations! We couldn't do it without you.
NG 9-1-1 Institute
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida14 hours ago
We are now taking applications for one of our most popular programs!
The OCSO Teen Academy is for high school students ages 13-17.
There will be three separate week-long Teen Academies and you must apply now.
The sessions are : June 04-08, 2018, June 25-29, 2018 and July 16-20, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. here at the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, 2500 West Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32804.
Applicants must be able to pass a background check to attend the Teen Academy. The background check is required so the student will be able to enter our secure buildings
For more information please contact the Academy Program Coordinator Awilda McBryde at (407) 254-7141 or awilda.mcbryde@ocfl.net
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida2 days ago
The heroin epidemic continues to claim lives---like 25-year-old Jen, an Orange County resident.
Her grieving father gave us photos of her life, used at her funeral to put a face on this nationwide crisis.
Please, reach out and get help!
Dial 211 which is a 24-hour helpline to connect callers with substance abuse providers.
Or go to www.ocfl.net and search for "Heroes Against Heroin."
Orange County, Florida Government Drug Free Orlando
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida2 days ago
In memoriam:
On this day in Orange County history, Sheriff David Mizell was investigating the theft of cattle and was riding his horse into rural Orange County in search of suspects.
As he was crossing a creek he was ambushed by the very suspects he was looking for.
Sheriff Mizell never had a chance. He was shot and reportedly died in his son's arms.
Sheriff Mizell was murdered while performing his duties as Sheriff of Orange County. He gave his life while serving his community on February 21, 1870. Rest in peace. #neverforget
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida3 days ago
A pair of Sector 4 deputies had to check out a complaint about kids playing basketball on the street near Oakridge.
Instead, they decided to join in the game.
Writes a neighbor who sent us the video:
"That was just too awesome to not share with you guys! With all of the sadness we've been handed this week, this heart warming smile was worth the share. If you can thank the deputies for us, that would be very much appreciated! ❤🚓💙"
Here's more from News 6 WKMG / ClickOrlando
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida3 days ago
Our deputies proudly serve and protect the Orange County Courthouse, but what do you know about the inner workings of this magnificent building?
The Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida, serving Orange and Osceola counties, is presenting "Inside the Courts": a four-night program held at the courthouse that is dedicated to teaching those interested in the operations of the judicial system.
Participants will learn processes and roles of the courts, as well as roles involved within the judicial system, the challenges local courts face today and the future of the judicial system. There will be opportunities to ask questions.
If three out of the four sessions are attended, the court will award a certificate of completion.
Where: Orange County Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room
425 N Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32801
When: Tuesday, March 20 and 27, April 3 and 10, 2018
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Seats are limited, save your spot by registering at www.NinthCircuit.org or calling 407-836-0517.
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida4 days ago
Happy Presidents Day!
This federal holiday is set aside to honor all of the past United States Presidents that have served our country.
Two of our nation’s greatest Presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, are brought to mind as we celebrate this day.
Their birth dates have been celebrated for decades during this month. #makingadifference #proudtobeanamerican
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida5 days ago
Get out your black and blue hats and shirts and support the OCSO Enforcers!

The annual Guns vs. Hoses will be at 2 p.m. on Saturday March 31, 2018.
Your ticket will also get you into the Solarbears game at 7 p.m
Our Enforcers are looking forward to taking back the Heroes Cup!
Here is a link to tickets--when prompted please enter ENFORCERS.

https://oss.ticketmaster.com/aps/solarbears/EN/promotion/home

We want to fill the bowl with as many LEO supporters as possible.
Get your tickets today! Amway Center Orlando Solar Bears Orange County Fire Rescue #thinblueline
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida6 days ago
PLEASE SHARE!
We are still seeking information on the man involved in a horrific attack on an elderly woman.
The victim is 92 years old. It happened 1/1/18.
The suspect is described as a black male between 20-30 years of age, approximately 5’5-5’8 in height, and heavily built.
The suspect was last seen wearing a gray coat with orange in or around pockets, dark gray pants, and a furry skullcap hat.
CALL CRIMELINE! 800-423-8477.
Central Florida Crimeline
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida
Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida6 days ago
Our thanks to Mutual of America and Evans High School for presenting Sheriff Demings and the Orange County Sheriff's Office with the Community Partnership Award. We support and appreciate the staff and leadership at Evans HS, and most of will continue to mentor and uplift its phenomenal students.