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“Proudly Serving the Wonderful Citizens of Levy County.”
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“Ensuring Levy County is a safe place to work and live.”
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Training • Technology • Experience
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Effective November 1, 2023  

Levy County Sheriff’s Office will no longer accept CASH for records request or any other service fee.  Our Civil Division located at 310 School Street will also no longer accept cash for court related matters. We will accept credit/debit cards only at both locations after November 1, 2023.  

Cash will continue to be accepted by the commissary machines only for our Levy County Detention Facility.  

A Message from Sheriff Bobby McCallum

Welcome to the Levy County Sheriff’s Office Website. We are excited to provide this site for use by our citizens, visitors, the media and the employees of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office.

You have access to a wide range of information on our Website including inmates, arrests, and crime prevention information as well as our current Press Releases. Our Website also contains contact numbers, general news information and an overview of the personnel, divisions, and services provided by the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. We also provide valuable links to other information and services. I encourage you to search our site and learn more about your Sheriff’s Office.

Follow us on our website and Facebook to stay up-to-date on the latest news and resources in our efforts to make Levy County a safer place for our citizens and visitors. We encourage you to share information and to work in partnership with us as we serve you, the wonderful citizens of Levy County.

 

Committed to Serving… 24 Hours a Day / 7 Days a Week

Our Mission

The mission of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is to provide quality, professional, local Law Enforcement and Correctional services, tailored to individual communities, to improve public safety, to ensure Levy County is a safe place to work and live. We are the LCSO – Loyal to our Community and committed to Serving Others.

Goals:

  • To reduce crime and the fear of crime;
  • To provide high quality, cost effective and accountable services to the citizens of unincorporated Levy County and our cities;
  • To commit to a community partnership (schools, problem solving, and crime prevention) at all levels of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office and to use community involvement and other process improvement tools to provide effective police response time and other important policing services.

Budget:

The budget for the Levy County Sheriff’s Office for fiscal year 2022-2023 is $20,396,025.00.

Core Values:

  • Leadership: We are the best!
    We are leaders in law enforcement in this region. We create and employ the most advanced skills and methods of providing law enforcement services. We maintain the highest professional standards possible.
  • Integrity: We do the right thing!
    We do what we know to be the “right thing,” adhering to both the spirit and the letter of the law. We act in ways that bring honor to the profession and build trust, confidence, and respect with the communities and people we serve.
  • Service: We listen and respond!
    The public is our customer. We serve our customer by responding in a professional, courteous and efficient manner. Proactively, we work in partnership with community members, organizations and other agencies to solve problems and create safe and healthy neighborhoods.
  • Teamwork: We work together!
    We work as a team, respecting and supporting each other’s roles and responsibilities. We encourage and recognize creativity and initiative that furthers the goals of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. We share success.

 

UNDER FLORIDA LAW, E-MAIL ADDRESSES ARE PUBLIC RECORDS.
IF YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS RELEASED IN RESPONSE TO A PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST, DO NOT SEND ELECTRONIC MAIL TO THIS ENTITY. INSTEAD, CONTACT THIS OFFICE BY PHONE OR IN WRITING.

“Ensuring Levy County is a safe place to work and live.”

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