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Lookup Arrests and Wanted Persons in the City of Ocala, Florida. Results Include: Police Bookings, Criminal Records, Court Record, DOB, Jail Number, IDS, Loc, Date Booked, Time Booked, Case Number, Charges, Description, Mugshot.

Ocala, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information

Ocala is a city in Marion County, Florida. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 45.85 square miles (118.75 sq. km). The City of Ocala had a population of approximately 53,491 in the year 2010.

The mayor of Ocala, Florida is Kent Guinn. Kent Guinn can be contacted at 352-629-2489 and by email at

Kent Guinn, Mayor
Ocala City Mayor’s Office
City of Ocala
Ocala City Hall
110 S.E. Watula Avenue
Ocala, FL 34471
Phone: 352-629-2489
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Violent crime rate in 2018 Ocala: 406.7; U.S. Average: 207.3
Violent crime rate in 2017 Ocala: 447.0; U.S. Average: 215.2
Violent crime rate in 2016 Ocala: 445.4; U.S. Average: 216.3

Facts about crime in Ocala, Florida:

Ocala crime rates are 113% higher than the national average
Violent crimes in Ocala are 79% higher than the national average
In Ocala, you have a 1 in 19 chance of becoming a victim of crime
Ocala is safer than 6% of the cities in the United States
Year over year crime in Ocala has decreased by 11%

Ocala, Florida Police Station Information

Ocala Police Department Divisions

Community Policing Bureau:
The Community Policing Bureau is the largest and most visible, overseeing the majority of the department’s uniformed officers. The bureau is divided into two districts, which are further divided into 14 zones. Each police district is responsible for the safety of its residents, workers, and visitors enforcing the law.

Criminal Investigations Bureau:
The investigative units that comprise the Investigative Services Bureau are responsible for the follow-up investigations of felony crimes committed against persons or property in the City of Ocala which requires a degree of specialization or a centralized investigative approach.

Canine Officers:
The primary functions of a canine team are criminal apprehension, illegal drug detection, searching buildings and areas, tracking, and the deterrence of crime. The teams also educate the public by doing Canine Team demonstrations for various groups, including schools.

Community Service Specialists:
The Special Operations Bureau has five Community Service Specialists and a CSS Supervisor. Community Service Specialists’ primary function is to work non-criminal calls for service such as traffic crashes (including those involving serious bodily injury and death), traffic direction, parking violations, citizen assists, abandoned vehicles, missing persons, and lost property, as well as certain misdemeanor criminal complaints, where there are no known suspects.

Traffic Officers:
The Traffic Unit consists of five motorcycle officers, two DUI Enforcement Officers, and the Traffic Sergeant. The Traffic Unit’s primary responsibility is to aid in the Department’s overall goal of reducing traffic crashes and traffic violations, whether criminal or civil.

Youth Development:
Youth Development Officers educate youth, maintain police relations within the school system, improve community and youth relations with the police, and develop favorable attitudes toward law enforcement.

Support Services Bureau:
The Support Services Bureau consists of Communications Center and Records Section. The Communications Center serves the citizens of Ocala as the primary 911 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP). The division field calls requesting response from police, fire, and EMS-Emergency Medical Services.

The Records Section
The Records Section’s vision is to maintain the integrity and security of the records entrusted within, serve the public, and act as a support unit for the Police Department.

Greg Graham, Chief of Police
Ocala Police Department
402 South Pine Ave.
Ocala, FL 34471
Phone: 352-369-7000

Ocala, Florida City or County Jail Information

The City of Ocala is located in Marion County. Therefore, we listed the county jail and inmate visitation information of Marion County.

Marion County Jail Information

The Marion County Jail has the capacity of holding 1,000-1,400 inmates. The physical location of the jail is:

Marion County Jail
700 NW 30th Ave
Ocala, FL 34475
Phone: (352) 351-8077

Marion County Jail Visitations Hours:

Sunday – Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. – 9:45 p.m.

Ocala Police Department Police One Information:

The Ocala Police Department has 158 full-time police officers serving a population of approximately 46,000 people.

Ocala Police Department
402 S Pine Ave
Ocala, Florida 34474-4174
Phone: 352-369-7000
Fax: 352-369-7223

Police Records Request in Ocala, Florida

Police records are available from the Records Department of the Ocala Police Department during regular business hours. Requests are made by completing a fillable/printable Police Public Records Request Form that can be mailed, faxed, or delivered in–person.

The location and reports request contact information is as follows:

Attn: Ngozi N’Nmadi
Ocala Police Department – Records Department
402 South Pine Avenue
Ocala, Florida 34471
Phone: 352-369-7000
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.