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Jefferson County has a population of 12,902 and encompasses an area of 598 square miles. Jefferson county was established in 1827 and named in honor of President Thomas Jefferson, who during his presidency, visited relatives that lived in the county. Places of interest are the Monticello Opera House, Jefferson County Kennel Club and the various ante-bellum plantations and mansions in the area. The Florida Highway Patrol currently has six State Trooper positions assigned to the county.

Leon County is the most populated county in our troop. Leon County has a population of 239,052 and encompasses an area of 671 square miles. Leon county was established in 1824 and named in honor of Ponce De Leon, founder of Florida. This location provides a lot of unique opportunities for the FHP to interact and work with many of the other state agencies that have headquarters in the capital city.

Madison County has a population of 18,733 and encompasses an area of 692 square miles. Madison County was established in 1827 and named in honor of President James Madison. Places of interest are the Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion Conference Center and the Treasures of Madison County Museum. The Florida Highway Patrol currently has seven State Trooper positions assigned to the county.

Taylor County has a population of 19,256 and encompasses an area of 1,042 square miles. Taylor County was established in 1856 and named in honor of President Zachary Taylor. Places of interest are the Forest Capital State Museum and numerous recreational and photographic opportunities. The Florida Highway Patrol currently has six State Trooper positions assigned to the county.

 


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