any given year in the last decade, approximately one third of the
violent crimes committed in Clay County were domestic violence related.
Simply stated, more than one third of the perpetrators were the
spouse, parent, child, sibling, relative or roommate of the person
Clay County Sheriff’s office fully endorses and supports the
efforts of the Quigley House, Clay County’s comprehensive
domestic violence and sexual assault center. We encourage you to
visit their Internet site for
a full review of their services by clicking here.
The Quigley House 24-hour Hotline
is also a great resource at 1-800-339-5017.
addition, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement provides additional
information that may be helpful in both English and Spanish.
men and women of the CCSO are committed to reducing crime in Clay
County and to protecting our most vulnerable citizens. Curbing and
preventing domestic violence is a top priority.