Welcome to Patrol Zone 3
Zone Commander: Assistant Chief Mat Nemeth
Please click on the links below for more information about:
The zone commander's office is at the substation and patrol officers assigned to the zone report there for roll call.
On Thursday, August 10th at 5:00 p.m.
the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Zone 3 Substation located at 7100 Powers Avenue, 32217, will close permanently.
The new Zone 3 Substation will officially open at their new location, 8875 Liberty Ridge Drive, Suite 110 (Map It), off Prominence Parkway
near Baymeadows and Interstate 95 on Wednesday, August 16th at 8 a.m.
The other five JSO substations, plus the public counter at the Police Memorial Building (501 East Bay Street), will be open on the days the office is being relocated, August 11th
, to serve the public. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Many services provided at the public counter are also available on our website, at jaxsheriff.org
– including public records requests; filing of reports for non-serious incidents; crime data; etc.
Effective Wednesday, August 16, 2017 the Zone 3 Substation will be located at:
8875 Liberty Ridge Drive, Suite 110 (Map It)
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Phone: (904) 828-5463 or (904) 538-9902
Fax: (904) 828-5465 or (904) 538-9760
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon. - Fri.
*If you need police services, do not use this email. Call (904) 630-0500 (non-emergency number) or 9-1-1 (emergency number - TTY Services Available).
You can go to a substation for most non-emergency police services. For example, if you need a police report, you can go to a substation.
Effective April 1, 2012 fingerprint services will only be available at the Police Memorial Building located at 501 E. Bay Street or at one of the locations on the FDLE Authorized Fingerprint Providers List*.
Larger citywide map of the Zones
Each Zone is divided into three sectors and each sector is divided into sub-sectors. Click on the link below to view sub-sectors in Zone 3.
What strengthens relationships between citizens and police? We believe that happens when citizens and police can take a walk together; get online and hear from each other; go to a meeting and speak to one another in a relaxed environment; join together in a class; or on a ride along with a police officer. These are encounters where information is exchanged and trust is built.
For more than 20 years the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office has had a Sheriff's Advisory Council. The monthly meetings, in the areas where citizens work and live, is citizen led and provides an opportunity for that face to face discussion about crime issues facing our neighborhoods. JSO police are active participants, and together solutions and recommendations are discussed and implemented. There is an accountability and more importantly, a bond that grows from people knowing they can come to a meeting to get a resolution to a problem, or learn the many ways crime can be prevented. These active members are our "Advisors". Please click here to apply.
For more information about Sheriff's Watch please click here or call the Community Affairs Division at (904) 630-2160.
Zone 3 Sheriff's Watch leaders and meeting information:*
***August 2017 Meeting - There will be a combined meeting for Sectors G, H and I on Monday, August 14, 2017, 5 - 7 p.m. at the new Zone 3 Substation located at 8875 Liberty Ridge Drive, Suite 110, Jacksonville, FL 32256.
Chair: Norman Joseph
Co-Chair: Tracy Joseph
Meetings: 7 p.m., 3rd Thursday of the month at the Zone 3 Substation, 8875 Liberty Ridge Drive, Suite 110 (effective September 2017)
Chair: Robin Kaupas
Co-Chair: Kayla Gothier
Meetings: 7 p.m., 2nd Thursday of the month at the Zone 3 Substation, 8875 Liberty Ridge Drive, Suite 110 (effective September 2017)
Chair: Pamela Schneider
Co-Chair: Della Boyea
Meetings: 7 p.m., 1st Tuesday of the month at the Zone 3 Substation, 8875 Liberty Ridge Drive, Suite 110 (effective September 2017)
*Note: Sheriff's Watch meetings are subject to change. Please contact the zone telephone number to verify meeting time and location before the meeting date. Please note that most Sheriff's Watch Groups do not meet in December. In November all Sheriff's Watch Groups meet together for an annual citywide meeting.
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