Code Enforcement

In August 2011, the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office created the Code Enforcement Division at the request of the Bradford County Board of County Commissioners. Two staff members comprise this unit and are responsible for enforcement of County Codes relating to abandoned/junked vehicles, uncultivated vegetation, trash, debris and other objectionable or unsanitary matter. With an effective code enforcement program, the Sheriff’s Office promotes, protects and improves the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Bradford County.

One of the missions of the Code Enforcement Division is to educate residential and business owners about the county codes and to bring to their attention any existing code violations which could negatively impact their neighborhood or business.

The Code Enforcement Division’s primary goal is the preservation and enhancement of the quality of life in Bradford County.

REPORT A CODE VIOLATION – If you have a concern regarding a code violation in your community and wish to report it to the Sheriff’s Office, you can do so by completing the Code Violation Complaint form. If you wish to remain anonymous, consistent with the Florida Public Records Law, please print and mail the complaint form to:

Bradford County Sheriff’s Office Code Enforcement Division P.O. Box 400 Starke, FL 32091

Click here to download the code enforcement complaint form.

Contact: Sgt. Raymond Shuford


Contact: Christi Hudson

Under Florida law, e-mails are public records. If you do not want your e-mail released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to the BCSO. Instead, contact this office by phone.