The tennis courts at South Beach Park will be closed on Thursday, February 23, 2017. Concrete work for sidewalks will be done alongside the tennis courts.
1460 Shetter Avenue
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Phone: (904) 247-6196
Fax: (904) 247-6178
Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Saturday - by appointment
The Property Room stores evidence, safekeeping, and found property for the Jacksonville Beach Police Department. Property Officers are critical in supporting investigations, assisting in successful prosecution at criminal and civil trials, for retrieving, securing and storing property, and ensuring the proper chain-of-custody.
If a citizen’s property finds its way into police custody, the Property Room will make a good faith effort to identify and notify the rightful owner.
To report an item stolen or found within the City of Jacksonville Beach, please call the Communications Center’s non-emergency phone number at 904-270-1661. Please have descriptive information ready which may include the item's make, model, and/or serial number.
Appointments are required for all property releases.
The best way to find property once it is lost or stolen is to have up-to-date records, pictures or video noting serial and model numbers, if available, or to place an “Owner Applied Number” on items which do not have a serial number. Unique numbers make identifying and matching items to the rightful owner more simple; however, if this information is not available, a detailed description could be helpful.
Before calling to see if the Property Room is holding your property, please have the following information available:
Appointments are required for all property releases. Call the the Property Room at 904-247-6196 to set up a date and time to pick up your property.
Some items of property will require special handling instructions. You must be prepared to remove the property at the time of your appointment.
Before your property can be released you will need to provide the following to the Property Officer:
Contact your attorney or assigned council to request a property release from the Prosecutor’s Office. Once that release has been obtained, contact the Property Room to schedule an appointment.
Contact the Officer or Detective assigned to your case to request the property to be released. Once that release has been obtained, contact the Property Room to schedule an appointment.
If the owner is incarcerated, and the property is taken for safekeeping, the property will be held for 60 days. If the owner advises that he/she can not retrieve the property within 60 days, the Property Room may extend the duration of safekeeping.
Depending on the item’s condition, after 90 days days the item will either be disposed of or auctioned in accordance with state law.