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November 01, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (November 1, 2018) - The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office would like to remind everyone that Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 4, 2018. This is when we will "fall back" one hour.
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October 31, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 31, 2018) - In Jacksonville, there are more than 2300 registered Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators who live in almost every neighborhood. On nights like Halloween, where children are going door-to-door for candy, police will be out enforcing the laws. Halloween presents an enticing opportunity for Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators because of the number of kids out at night, trick-or-treating and knocking on strangers' doors. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Offender Tracking Unit will be watching Sexual Offenders and Sexual Predators Halloween evening to ensure established laws are being adhered to.
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October 29, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 29, 2018) - Sheriff Mike Williams and Assistant Chief Elizabeth Kenny will be walking in the Fort Caroline Lakes Community starting at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 30, 2018. The walk will begin at the intersection of Fort Caroline Lakes Drive North and Fort Caroline Lakes Court.

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October 26, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 26, 2018) - Sheriff Mike Williams announced his new appointment to his Staff as a result of the position vacated by Assistant Chief Claude Colvin's retirement.

Earl Prescott, former Corrections Lieutenant, has been appointed to Assistant Chief. He will take over as commander of the Montgomery Correctional Center (MCC) within the Prisons Division.
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October 25, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 25, 2018) - The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office coordinates with the City of Jacksonville, the University of Georgia and the University of Florida to provide information fans need to help make their game day experience a safe one. Please click here to go to JSO's Periscope page (accessible on Google Chrome) to watch the annual news conference regarding this event.

For live game day traffic and safety updates, passengers are encouraged to follow @JSOPIO on Twitter or visit #UFvsUGA You do not need a Twitter accounted to access these live updates

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October 22, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 22, 2018) - "We are diligently investigating this weekend’s incident in the 900 Block of A Philip Randolph Boulevard. I share the community’s frustration in the violence that is impacting our city. We will turn the tide on the violence, and we will do it sooner with the community’s help. Anyone who has information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at (866) 845-TIPS.


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October 22, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 22, 2018) - Following an open voting for the Jacksonville Icemen's new mascot the organization announced the name prior to the start of the game on Friday, October 19, 2018. The selected name is a tribute to JSO's fallen K-9 "Fang" who was shot and killed in the line of duty in September 2018. Also, at the game Fang's handler had the honor of dropping the first puck.
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October 16, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 16, 2018) - Halloween is two weeks away and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reminds you to take some simple precautions to help you enjoy the holiday.

Please click here to download our tips* and feel free to share them with your friends and neighbors.
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October 11, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 11, 2018) - The National Compassion Fund announces steering committee for The Jacksonville Landing Mass Shooting that will be distribute the funds from the Jacksonville Tribute Fund. Victims and survivors with questions can call 1-855-4VICTIM or email

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October 03, 2018
JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 3, 2018) - On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office hosted six Coffee With a Cop events throughout Jacksonville in honor of National Coffee With a Cop Day.
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Members of the hearing impaired community can access 9-1-1 using a TTY phone system. TTY phones have special tones that the receiving units in the JSO Communications Center translate into text. All JSO dispatchers are trained to assist customers who use TTY equipment. Notice Under the Americans With Disabilities Act* 

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The JSO uses Video Remote Interpreter (VRI) services to assist the deaf and hearing impaired community. If a deaf or hearing impaired citizen stops a police officer to report a crime or have a conversation, and cannot communicate, the citizen can be brought to the nearest substation (or to the Police Memorial Building or the Pre-Trial Detention Facility.) VRI allows immediate communication with a sign language interpreter through the computer (24 hours a day, seven days a week).
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