Sheriff's Advisory Councils (ShAdCo's)
What is ShAdCo?
ShAdCo's demonstrate a partnership between law enforcement and the community. They illustrate Jacksonville's commitment to community policing. ShAdCo's serve as information exchanges between citizens and the police. Regularly scheduled meetings give citizens an opportunity to communicate directly with command staff and police officers on issues of importance to their communities.
How Does ShAdCo Work?
The City of Jacksonville is divided into six police zones. Each zone has an substation that provides basic police services for members of the surrounding community.
Each zone is subdivided into sectors. The sectors have ShAdCo's that are composed of law enforcement officers and citizens from that area. Each ShAdCo has an elected chairperson to manage the program. The zone commander work actively with the councils but do not chair the meetings. The groups meet once a month to discuss issues pertaining to their area of the city and to plan solutions. Topics of discussion can include but are not limited to eliminating drug houses, vehicular traffic, home security,and community education.
Use the map provided to determine which zone you reside in. Then click on the links below to learn more about attending the monthly meetings or joining the ShAdCo in your sector. You may also complete an application online now by clicking here.
Zone 1 (Gateway Shopping Center) Assistant Chief Andre Ayoub - (904) 924-5361
Zone 2 (Regency Square Mall) Assistant Chief John Lamb - (904) 726-5100
Zone 3 (7100 Powers Avenue) Assistant Chief Mike Johnson - (904) 828-5463
Zone 4 (Cedar Hills Shopping Center) Assistant Chief Pat Ivey - (904) 573-3165
Zone 5 (1024 Superior Street) Assistant Chief Tony Davis - (904) 384-8028
Zone 6 (936 Dunn Avenue) Assistant Chief T.C. Davis - (904) 696-4335