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JUNE 2023


With hurricane season already here, Pasco Sheriff’s Office reminds citizens to prepare well in advance of a storm to help ensure your safety. Simple steps taken early can help not only your family, but first responders in a storm. Prepare your hurricane kit now, and make sure your evacuation plan is up-to-date before a storm threatens our area. Additionally, make sure your family and loved ones know what your storm plan is and where you will go. Your Pasco Sheriff’s Office is prepared to serve before and after a storm, but these steps can help us in the event of a storm. Stay safe Pasco!

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Pasco Sheriff’s Office urges citizens to prepare now before a storm threatens our area. Prepare an emergency kit and keep it stocked throughout the storm season. The kit should include bottled water and non-perishable food, so you can avoid busy stores when a storm approaches. Additionally, make sure your household has a hurricane evacuation plan and knows where to go in the event of an evacuation. Throughout hurricane season, ensure your car’s gas tank and any propane tanks remain above half full. Test generators monthly to confirm they’re working properly as well. Lastly, review insurance policies and have copies stored in an easily accessible waterproof container.

Explorer Post Builds Life Skills for Any Career Path

Explorer Post 916 provides a well-rounded skill-building program for teenagers and young adults that will carry them through any path in the future. Though centered around law enforcement, skills developed as an Explorer carry members through any career path they choose, while also providing members with a deeper understanding of their community. PSO’s Explorer Post is also proud to offer two new branches for those interested in forensics and drones. Read more about this exciting program for our young citizens, or attend a general meeting every Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m.


Pasco Sheriff’s Office members helped make Bring Your Child To Work Day extra special this year at the Pasco County Courthouse. The kids enjoyed viewing the patrol vehicles and meeting two K9s while learning about law enforcement. Interactions like these build trust and help establish safe habits among Pasco’s youth, which will make Pasco County a safer place for everyone.


PSO has certified and civilian positions available, including full and part time opportunities! Check out current opportunities such as:

For all open career and volunteer opportunities available at PSO, visit JoinPSO.com today!

We're Hiring 2022

The Pasco Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, identity, national origin, disability or protected Veteran status. For telecommunication, dial 711 then provide TTY operator with our phone number: 727-844-7791.

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Free Food Distribution

Pasco Sheriff’s Office is teaming up with Pasco Sheriff’s Charities, Farm Share, Shady Hills United Method Church, the Gentlemen’s Course, the Samaritan Corporation of Pasco County, Inc. and the Pasco County NAACP for a free community food distribution! The next food distribution event will be at Shady Hills United Method Church on Thursday, June 15 and will begin at 9 a.m. It’s first come first served, so come out early!

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