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CCSO Traffic Section & K9 Unit

    Our agency's Traffic Section is part of the Special Operations Division and is one of the most visible parts of our agency. These deputies and supervisors oversee the enforcement of traffic related laws on our county's roadways, respond to and investigate crashes, remove impaired drivers from our roads, conduct K9 Unit searches and much more.

    These members are regularly honored for their achievements and traditionally rank high in both the annual "Chief Challenge" competition and the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Awards which single out agencies in Florida whose Traffic Units save lives through enforcement, education and innovation. These dedicated deputies strive hard to be the best in their field and continuously train both in and out of the classroom to stay current on the most innovative crash investigation techniques and enforcement methods.

 

Helpful Links:                                                                                 

Florida Traffic Laws

DWI Prevention Simulator Videos

Stay Focused: Don't Text & Drive

Bicycle Safety Tips & Bicycle Regulations/Statutes

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Driving & Medical Conditions

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Ride Smart Florida (motorcycle safety)

Motorcycle Safety Foundation

Pay Traffic Citation On-Line

Teen Driver Challenge Course

Law Enforcement Challenge/Enforcement

Where does my citation money go?

If the violation occurs within a municipality:

  • $48.35 is sent to the Clay County BOCC to be used as mandated by Florida statutes
  • $41.06 is retained by the Clerk of Circuit Court to be used for the office’s court-side operations
  • $52.52 is sent to the Florida Department of Revenue for distribution to various state trust funds
  • $22.07 is sent to the municipality in which the violation occurred

= $164 Total (standard moving violation citation)

 

If the violation occurs within the unincorporated portion of the county:

  • $50.35 is sent to the Clay County BOCC to be used as mandated by Florida statutes
  • $61.13 is retained by the Clerk of Circuit Court to be used for the office’s court-side operations
  • $52.52 is sent to the Florida Department of Revenue for distribution to various state trust funds

= $164 Total (standard moving violation citation)

 

   
 
   
 
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