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Orlando, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information

Orlando is a city in Orange County, Florida. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 294.61 sq. mi. (113.75 sq. km). The City of Orlando had a population of approximately 255,483 in the year 2010.

The mayor of Orlando, Florida is Buddy Dyer. Buddy Dyer can be contacted at 407.246.2221 and by email at [email protected].

Buddy Dyer, Mayor
Orlando City Mayor’s Office
City of Orlando
Orlando City Hall
400 South Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
Phone: 407.246.2221
Email: [email protected]
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • Violent crime rate in 2018 Orlando: 453.3; U.S. Average: 207.3
  • Violent crime rate in 2017 Orlando: 416.4; U.S. Average: 215.2
  • Violent crime rate in 2016 Orlando: 502.5; U.S. Average: 216.3

Facts about crime in Orlando, Florida:

Orlando crime rates are 117% higher than the national average
Violent crimes in Orlando are 109% higher than the national average
In Orlando, you have a 1 in 18 chance of becoming a victim of crime
Orlando is safer than 4% of the cities in the United States
Year over year crime in Orlando has decreased by 7%

Orlando, Florida Police Station Information

Orlando Police Department

The Orlando Police Department is a nationally-accredited law enforcement agency. It is responsible for protecting the citizens and visitors of the city. The department consists of several bureaus which are Administrative Services, Investigative Services, Patrol Services, and Special Services.

Bureaus and Divisions

The Administrative Services Bureau
The Administrative Services Bureau is divided into three divisions which are Support Services, Communications, and Professional Standards.

The Support Services Division
The Support Services Division is responsible for providing services to the other parts of the department to ensure their success. These services include Property and Evidence, Criminal Intake, Report Review Information, Records, and Witness Management.

The Communications Division
The Communications Division is responsible for handling all calls requesting for police, fire, and emergency medical services.

The Professional Standards Division
The Professional Standards Division oversees the Recruiting Unit, Accreditation and Inspections Section, Internal Affairs Section, Strategic Planning and Grants Section, Training, and the Fiscal Management Section.

The Investigative Services Bureau
The Investigative Services Bureau is made up of two divisions which are Criminal Investigaion and Special Enforcement.

The Criminal Investigation Division
The Criminal Investigation Division is further divided into several sections which are Crime Center and Forensic Section, Violent Crimes Section, and Property Section. The Violent Crimes Section handles the investigations of crimes of robbery, stalking, domestic violence, assault, homicide, sexual violence, and missing persons. The Crime Center and Forensics Section handles the collection and analysis of physical and digital evidence. The Property Section, on the other hand, handles cases that involve damaged or stolen property, both commercial and personal. This section is also responsible for cases that involve identity theft and fraud.

The Special Enforcement Division
The Special Enforcement Division oversees several specialized units that handle investigations that involve illegal drugs and fugitive apprehension.

The Patrol Services Bureau
The Patrol Services Bureau is primarily responsible for answering all calls for police service.

The Special Services Bureau
The Special Services Bureau oversees the International Airport Division, Community Relations Division, and the Special Operations Division.

Orlando Rolon, Chief of Police
Orlando Police Department
1250 West South Street
Orlando, Florida 32801
Phone: 407.246.2401
Email: [email protected]
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Police Records Request in Orlando, Florida

Police records are available from the Records Unit/Bureau/Division/Section/Department of the Orlando 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:

Orlando Police Department – Records Unit/Bureau/Division/Section/Department
Orlando Police Department
1250 West South Street
Orlando, FL 32805
Phone; 407.246.2406
Email: [email protected]
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Mailing Address:

Orlando Police Records
P.O. Box 913
Orlando, FL 32802

Orlando, Florida City or County Jail Information

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

Orange County Jail Information

Orange County Jail is located in Orange County, Florida. The jail has an inmate capacity of 1,053. The physical location of the Orange County Jail is:

Orange County Jail
3723 Vision BLVD
Orlando, FL 32839
Phone: (407) 836-3560
Email: [email protected]

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 4970
Orlando, FL 32802-4970

Visitations Hours at Orange County Jail:

Video Visitation:
Every day from 9:0 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Orlando Police Department Most Wanted:

The most wanted offenders are listed according to the last name, first name, middle name, DOB, sex, race, hair color, eye color, height, weight, convictions, etc.

Orlando Police Department Police One Information:

The Orlando Police Department has 64 full-time police officers serving a population of approximately 25,000 people.

Orlando Police Department
19200 W Country Club Dr
Orlando, Florida 33180-2403
Phone: 305-466-8989
Fax: 305-466-8990

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