|Captain Corey Bryan|
The Islamorada District Commander is Captain Corey Bryan. The Islamorada Station Commander is Lt. Derek Paul. If you have any questions about this District, want to commend a deputy for doing a good job or lodge a complaint pleae click on the name above to send an email.
District Six - Islamorada
The Islamorada Jurisdictional area is District 6, which runs from the 73 mile marker, at the south end of the Channel Two Bridge, to the 90.5 mile marker at the Tavernier Creek Bridge. Deputies serving the Islamorada area are based at the Islamorada Sheriff's Substation, US Hwy 1, mile marker 87 at Founder's Park.
The Village of Islamorada (District Six) contracts its law enforcement services from the Sheriff’s Office. The substation is located 86800 Overseas Highway.
The Village consists of four main islands totaling 18 miles in length. Surrounded by water and several smaller, uninhabited islands, the village patrols the waters with three boats utilizing one part-time and two full-time marine deputies. With a permanent resident population of approximately 7–8,000 these officers respond to emergencies and calls for service from the community, as well as providing deterrence of criminal activity through highly visible patrol and other proactive enforcement means.
The village’s population easily doubles during the peak tourist season, holidays and many special events.
District Six is comprised of 18 sworn officers and one civilian administrative assistant; they are committed to the principles of Community Oriented Policing, building partnerships between the community and law enforcement. Assuring a safe community and a high quality of life for residents and visitors is our highest priority.
During 2012, deputies in District Six handled 35,001 calls for service. Officers routinely and pro actively identify and address areas of concern and quality-of-life issues within the community before they become a larger problem.
High visibility and traffic enforcement along U.S. One is a priority in order to keep our highway as safe as possible; marine deputies enforce violations with a philosophy of compliance through education. Village deputies have also been very proactive with bicycle patrols in the community and subdivisions of the district, saving the agency on fuel costs and giving the community more personal contact with officers.
Building partnerships, addressing quality-of-life issues and involvement in the community is what makes all of the Monroe County a satisfying place to work and a safe place to live and visit.
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