Jason Sheffield, Director of General Services
The Director of General Services, Jason Sheffield, is responsible for the overall operation of Human Resource, Risk Management, Records, Information Technology, Training, Fleet, and Professional Standards. All of these units provide direct support to the law enforcement and corrections mission of the agency. Additionally, Director Sheffield serves as the agency’s liaison with county staff coordinating current and future needs for all Sheriff’s Office facilities.
Risk Management is responsible for all employee benefits, workers’ compensation claims, liability insurance claims, and risk management.
Fleet is responsible for all vehicles, boats, motorcycles, and specialty equipment owned by the agency.
Human Resources is responsible for the recruitment and hiring process and the maintenance of all employee records. Additionally, the promotional process is coordinated by the Human Resource Unit.
Information Technology is responsible for all hardware and software within the agency; i.e., mobile data computers, computer aided dispatch, records management, and jail management.
Professional Standards is responsible for administering the policy function, the policy manual, and the accreditation process. The Sheriff’s Office maintains four separate accreditation awards. First, the Sheriff’s Office has retained accreditation with the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) since 1991. CALEA is an international award for law enforcement agencies that recognizes and evaluates the standards found in professional law enforcement agencies. We were accredited by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) in 1996, followed by the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission (FCAC) in 2004, and just received accreditation by the Florida Telecommunications Accreditation Comission (FLA-TAC) in 2019. These awards demonstrate the professionalism, excellence, and competence of the Sheriff’s Office and its’ value to the community.
Records is responsible for the recording and maintenance of:
- Agency generated incident reports
- Arrests for St. Johns County
- Background checks (St. Johns County Only)
- Agency generated traffic crash reports. You have a couple options in order to obtain a copy of your report:
- If you have access to a notary, I can email you the form and then you can email me back and I’ll email the report to you.
- If you do not have access to a notary, you can either come to one of our offices and we will fill out the paperwork with you or you can go online.
- Seals and Expunges for arrests in St. Johns County only. Link to get started: http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/Seal-and-Expunge-Process/Seal-and-Expunge-Home.aspx
- Agency generated traffic citations, parking and county citations
- Calls for service at specific locations
- Uniform Crime Reporting
Records can be reached one of the following ways: firstname.lastname@example.org, Calling (904) 810-6610 or Faxing (904) 209-1542
HOW TO GET A TRAFFIC CRASH REPORT
There are several ways now to obtain a traffic crash report that occurred in St. Johns County
- You can go to any St. Johns County Sheriffs Office throughout the county.
- Central/Main Office located at 4015 Lewis Speedway – Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm
- Ponte Vedra Field Office located at 1108 A1A North Unit 105 – Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm closed for lunch from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Julington Creek Field Office located at 725 Flora Branch Blvd. – Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm closed for lunch from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- South Regional Office located at 3077 US1 South – – Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm closed for lunch from 12:00pm to 1:00pm.
- Or you can email the Records Unit at email@example.com and someone will assist you.
- Two additional ways to obtain a traffic crash report is to go to one of two online websites.
Training is responsible for the Field Training and Evaluation Program for new hires. They are also responsible for yearly In-Service training, ensuring that personnel receive training based on current trends.