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The Levy County Jail provides service to Levy County by delivering humane, secure, and safe confinement of people placed into our custody and delivering appropriate care along with proper supervision of every offender under its authority.

The Levy County Jail can handle up to 304 inmates. There’s no smoking allowed in the Levy County Jail, and there’s no access to watching TV or reading newspapers in the Levy County Jail. The Levy County Jail utilizes qualified and certified medical teams. The Levy County Jail’s medical clinic is open 10 hours every day, Sunday through Saturday. The facility contracts an outside medical clinic monthly for our doctor services.

Levy County Jail Address

Levy County Jail
9150 NE 80th Ave.
Bronson, Florida 32621

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Levy County Jail Visitation Hours

Visitation is available at the Levy County Jail during the following times:

Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m., 9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m., 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday through Friday, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Levy County Sheriff’s Office

The Levy Country Sheriff’s Office has a mission to deliver top-notch, expert, local Law Enforcement and Correctional services, customized for each community, in order to increase the public’s safety, as well as to be certain Levy County is going to be a safe location to live in and work in. The Levy County Sheriff’s Office is loyal to the community and dedicated to serving others.

The office’s objectives are:

  • To decrease crime and fear of crimes
  • To deliver top-rated, cost efficient along with responsible services to all the residents in the area and to make a promise to uphold a communal partnership (problem solving, preventing crime, and schools) at every level of the Levy County Sheriff’s Office. The office also pledges to utilize communal involvement as well as additional process enhancement tools to deliver an effective response by the police force, along with other vital kinds of policing amenities.

The office’s core values are:

Leadership: The office is the leading element in the county for law enforcement. The office generates and employs the top advanced skills and means of delivering law enforcement essential services. The office also sustain the maximum expert standards imaginable.

Integrity: The office does the “right thing” by sticking to the spirit as well as the letter of the applicable laws. In addition, the office proceeds in ways which bring honor to the profession and creates trust, loyalty, and respect within the community it serves.

Service: The office assists customers via responding to a problem in a professional, effective and courteous behavior. Proactively, the office works in collaboration with community members, groups, and additional agencies for solving problems and to create secure, safe as well as healthy communities.

Teamwork: The office works as a team and supports everyone’s jobs and duties. The sheriff’s office fosters and acknowledges creativity and initiative, which promotes the objectives of the office.

Levy County Sheriff’s Office Address

9050 NE 80th Ave
Bronson, FL 32621


In 1969, Sheriff Bobby McCallum started his job at the Levy County Sheriff’s Office as a jailer and dispatcher. During the following thirty years, he worked in crucial jobs inside the Levy County Sheriff’s Office, as well as the Florida Highway Patrol, and at the 8th Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office. McCallum was elected as the Sheriff of Levy County in 2013.

Sheriff McCallum is extremely well respected and is a staunch Christian. In 2016, he got re-elected and made history via becoming the first Sheriff in our county to run for his office unopposed. He has earned a master’s degree in criminal justice from Nova University along with graduating from the National Institute for Undersheriffs at the University of Southern California, the National Crime Prevention Institute at the University of Louisville and the Florida Highway Patrol Academy

McCallum has worked in multiple volunteer leadership positions all over his community as  well as in the law enforcement community.  McCallum serves as a member of the Board of Directors at the College of Central Florida Criminal Justice Advisory Board. He’s a board member of the Region VI Criminal Justice Standards and Training Trust Fund Board.  He is very dedicated to the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches in which he has worked as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. In 2018, McCallum earned The Greater Chiefland Area Chamber of Commerce First Responder of the Year award.  He has also served in the past as Treasurer and as the Vice President of the Florida Sheriffs Association and now he is the President of Florida Sheriffs Association.

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About Levy County, Florida

The county of Levy County is situated on the Gulf coast in the central, northern portion of Florida. The country’s population was 42,915 at the time of the 2020 census. Bronson is the county seat. Created in 1845, Levy County came to be after the Seminole Wars. The county was named after David Levy Yulee, who was a planter that got elected in 1841 as the state’s territorial delegate to the US House of Representatives, and he served 2 terms. Levy arranged for long-range development in Florida via building the 1st railroad across the state, which is the Florida Railroad, which links the deep-water ports of Fernandina (Port of Fernandina) on the Atlantic Ocean and Cedar Key on the Gulf of Mexico.

In the 1st week of January in 1923, the Rosewood Massacre happened. Caucasian residents from the close by city of Sumner, reacted to something that ended up being incorrect in falsely accusing a black man of raping a Caucasian white woman. In retaliation they completely burned down the mainly black city of Rosewood and violently murdered many of Rosewood’s black residents. They made a movie based on this event in 1997, however, it wasn’t videoed in Levy County.

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There were 42,915 people, 16,971 households, and 10,747 families living in Levy County as of the 2020 US Census. There were 34,450 people, 13,867 households, and 9,679 families living there as of the 2000 US Census. The population density at the time was 31 individuals per square mile. Also, there were 16,570 housing units with a median density of 15 per square mile. The racial composition in the county was 85.88 percent White, 10.97 percent Black or African American, 0.47 percent Native American, 0.37 percent Asian, 0.03 percent Pacific Islander, 0.96 percent from additional races, along with 1.32 percent being from 2 or more races. 3.89% were Hispanics or Latinos from any race.

The county is home to the Levy County Jail. To conduct a Levy County Jail inmate search or to view Levy County mugshots, click here.


Incorporated communities:

  • Williston         
  • Chiefland       
  • Inglis  
  • Bronson          
  • Fanning Springs         
  • Cedar Key      
  • Yankeetown   
  • Otter Creek

Census-designated places:

  • Williston Highlands   
  • Manatee Road
  • East Bronson  
  • Andrews        
  • East Williston 
  • Raleigh           
  • Morriston


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