JSO Proposes Budget Increases For Cybersecurity, Patrol, Jails and Lots For Payroll
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office has made a $513.8 million budget proposal to the Mayor's Office for 2022, and it's $29.2 million more than what the City Council approved for this year.
That increase includes $10.8 million more for its corrections division and an extra $10.8 million for its patrol division, Sheriff Mike Williams said.
There's $447,000 for new Taser holsters and cartridges, and $1.5 million to replace the city's old police station at 711 Liberty St., still used by some Sheriff's Office divisions.
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