|Islamorada Sheriffs District
86800 Overseas Highway
Islamorada, Florida 33036
Non-Emergency normal business hours contact:
Police services to Islamorada Village of Islands are provided by contract through Rick Ramsay Sheriff of Monroe County, Florida.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to serving all citizens of Monroe County, Sheriff Ramsay emphasizes strong bonds between the community and his officers. Captain Corey Bryan along with the his dedicated staff strive to exceed those standards with the philosophy of providing the citizens of Islamorada with highest quality professional law enforcement that is very responsive to the community’s needs.
The Islamorada Sheriffs Station is located at the Administrative Center and Public Safety Headquarters.
Captain Corey Bryan has over twenty seven years of law enforcement experience including three years as a corrections officer in Colorado and over twenty four years with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Captain Bryan's wife Peggy is the Records Supervisor with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Their son Spenser is also with the Sheriff's office as a Sergeant in Marathon. Captain Bryan has worked through the ranks as a Patrol Officer, Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Detective Sergeant, Detective Lieutenant and Patrol Lieutenant. He holds an Associate’s Degree along with extensive specialized training courses which include Drug Unit Commander training in Virginia, FBI Law Enforcement Development Association classes and the University of Louisville Command Development Course.
Marine Patrol Unit
One part-time and two full–time operators serve as the Islamorada Marine Unit. The Marine Unit is responsible for approximately 50 miles of shoreline and the miles of inland canals within the Village. The Marine Unit operates with a philosophy that promoting compliance and boating safety through education is superior to harsh enforcement; however, the unit is charged with enforcing nautical laws and village ordinances and does so rigorously when appropriate. The unit works closely with residents, organizations and neighborhood associations to preserve near shore water environmental resources and improve boater safety.
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I call 911?
911 is used for emergencies only. These types of calls would include life-threatening situations or when a crime is occurring and police assistance is needed immediately.
We are going on vacation, who should we notify?
Before you leave for vacation, call our main number (305) 664-6480 during normal business hours and tell our personnel that you wish to leave an extra patrol request for your property.
Where can I obtain a police report?
Copies of police reports are available during normal business hours at the Plantation Key Substation, 50 Highpoint Rd. Tavernier, or from the Monroe County Sheriffs Office Central Records Division 5525 College Road Key West, Florida 33040. For more information call the records section at 305-853-3211 or in Key West at 305-292-7050.
Where can I have my fingerprints taken?
The Sheriffs Office provides fingerprinting services at the Plantation Key Substation, 50 Highpoint Rd. Tavernier during normal business hours. Contact the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Records Department at 305-853-3211 for appointment time and prices.
Where can I pay traffic, or parking citations?
All traffic and parking citations can be paid or contested by contacting the Monroe County Clerk of Court Roth Building, 50 Highpoint Rd. Tavernier, Florida 33070 305-852-7145.
A traffic light is not working correctly; who do I call?
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is responsible for the maintenance of traffic signals on U.S. 1 through Islamorada. To report any problems with traffic signals please call 305-640-7360.
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