Budget 1999-2000

Finance

A total Public Safety Budget of $31,672,725.00 was approved by the Monroe County Commission in September of 1999, to take effect October 1, 1999. The total budget was held to the same amount as the previous fiscal year budget (1998-1999). The budget included a Cost of Living increase for Sheriff's Office employees of 2%, plus a salary increase of 6% for those employees who received a yearly employee evaluation of three or above on a scale of one to five. For information about deputies pay as compared to other Florida Counties, go to the Comparison Study of Starting Salaries for Deputies and Annual Rent in 30 Florida Counties

The following tables give a general breakdown of the total budget (Table #1), followed by general breakdowns of the three main budgetary categories, Law Enforcement (Table #2), Corrections (Table #3) and Court Security (Table #4).

Table #1: Total Public Safety Budget,
including Law Enforcement, Corrections and Court Security Costs

Personal Services $23,614,669.00
Operating Expenses $7,330,326.00
Capital Outlay $727,730.00
Total Public Safety Budget $31,672,725.00

Table #2: Law Enforcement

Personal Services $13,424,465.00
Operating Expenses $2,663,595.00
Capital Outlay $623,014.00
Total Law Enforcement Budget $16,711,074.00

Table #3: Corrections

Personal Services $9,405,109.00
Operating Expenses $4,645,020.00
Capital Outlay $104,716.00
Total Corrections Budget $14,154,845.00

Table #4: Court Security

Personal Services $785,096.00
Operating Expenses $21,712.00
Capital Outlay $0.00
Total Corrections Budget $806,808.00

Click below to see budget details for fiscal year 1999-2000:

 

Anyone with questions about these budget documents can e-mail the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Finance Division, Assistant Director of Finance Tom Ravenel at travenel@keysso.net. Media questions should be directed to Media Relations Officer Deputy Becky Herrin at beckyherrin@keysso.net.

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