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Knock, knock. Who’s there? JSO SWAT. JSO SWAT who? Narcotics Team 3 has a search warrant for you. 💥 . 2 handguns, one stolen. Crack cocaine, powder cocaine, MDMA, Xanax, marijuana, paraphernalia. Two arrests, and one arrest warrant served. Fairfax Street and W. 13th Street area.
220 guns stolen from unlocked vehicles in 203 incidents in Jacksonville so far in 2018. . 220 guns stolen from unlocked vehicles the first 169 days of the year. . 220 guns stolen! No excuses. Be a responsible gun owner. Yes, it can happen to you. Do the #9PMRoutine and let us know where you are from! Beep Beep!
We know you’re ready for your Sunday night, but don’t forget your #9PMRoutine. Beep beep! . -Lock up your 🚗 - Remove any weapons 🔫🔪 - Secure all valuables!💰💍📸💳💻 - Report any suspicious activity ☎️🚔 . If you did the #9PMRoutine let us know below and where you are from! We want to hear from you. Have a safe night.
Wishing all of the dads out there a Happy Father's Day from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office! An extra special shout out to ALL the dads who wear a badge. They are police officers AND fathers 24 hours a day. They are never “off duty". We want to give them a big "THANK YOU" for the sacrifice they and their families give to their community. . Happy Father's Day!
Alright everyone, let’s make sure we have a great Saturday night by completing the #9PMRoutine. City of Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry is all in! . ✅Guns in a safe place (not your car) ✅Nothing of valuable left in your vehicle ✅Vehicle locked . No excuses! Get it done! If you did the #9PMRoutine let us know and where you are from. We want to know who is helping us prevent crime. Beep beep!
Did you know since July 1, 2015 #JSO has hired 523 police officers, 70 of those left voluntarily or separated from the agency, 236 officers retired and 80 resigned or were terminated. 23 new police recruits start the academy Monday to make it 546! 160 new officers since July 1, 2018 on Monday! joinjso.com
We are currently accepting applications for an upcoming Reserve Officer Class The JSO Reserve Officer program is comprised of community members who volunteer their time to the agency. Reservists receive training similar to a full-time officer and they work alongside them in operations. Salary: voluntary non-paid position Qualifications: • Must possess a High School diploma or GED equivalent. • Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age. • Be a citizen of the United States. • Must possess a valid Florida driver’s license. • Be in good physical condition. • Must be able to run the mile in under 12 minutes. • Be of good moral character. • NOT HAVE TATTOOS above the collarbone (e.g., neck, face, or behind the ear) or below the wrist (e.g., hands, fingers). • NOT HAVE received a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces • NOT HAVE been convicted of any felony • NOT HAVE been convicted of a misdemeanor involving false statement, perjury or domestic violence If you are interested in getting involved please go to www.joinjso.com.
When we saw this video we thought, if only everyone did the #9PMRoutine ALL the time. It prevents guns stolen, valuables stolen, and bears oh my! 🐻Remove guns from vehicle. 🐻Remove valuables from vehicle. 🐻Lock doors! No excuses, get it done! If you did the #9PMRoutine tonight, we want to hear from you and where you are from. Beep beep!
#9PMRoutine - Crime Prevention is a Community Commitment . The majority of vehicle break-ins occur outside private homes in driveways, on the street in front of the victim’s home, or in apartment complex parking lots. Thefts from vehicles would be drastically reduced if people would lock their vehicle doors and stop leaving valuables inside their vehicles. Leaving items on display is an open invitation to opportunist criminal. . Tips for Protecting Valuables: . If you have a garage ~ Use It rather than parking outside where your vehicle is more vulnerable. Don't forget to close it. . Remove all Items of value such as handbags, wallets, cell phones, iPads, iPods, laptops, GUNS, money, credit/debit cards, gym bags. Don’t leave anything in your glove compartment or center console – it is the first place thieves look. Don’t cover items in your vehicle with a blanket or jacket. Ideally, you should take them with you, but if unavoidable, place them in the trunk prior to arriving at your destination. Close all vehicle windows - No cracks Get involved! Be your neighbor’s eyes and ears. Talk to neighbors regarding activity in the neighborhood. By becoming familiar with those who belong in your neighborhood, you can help reduce crime. Call police if you see ANYTHING suspicious. By taking simple precautions and just a few moments to remove valuable items from your vehicle you can significantly improve your chances of not becoming a victim of this type of crime even when your car is left unattended in your driveway, outside your house or place of work. IF THEY CAN SEE IT THEY CAN STEAL IT. If you did the #9PMRoutine tonight, let us know. We want to hear from you and where you are from. Beep Beep!