October is Crime Prevention Month and Pasco Sheriff’s Office is offering simple steps you can take to protect our community from crime. Our motto is “We Fight As One” and that “we” is all of us, working together to keep our community safe. By practicing these simple steps and sharing them with your friends and neighbors, we can keep Pasco County safe, together.
- Stay alert and pay attention no matter how you commute to help keep our roadways safe.
- Always to lock car doors, fully close car windows and safely secure keys when parking.
- Don’t forget your 9 p.m. Routine each night to help eliminate opportunities for potential criminals! When doors are locked and valuables are out of sight, criminals are more likely to move on. Read More.
October is also National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Pasco Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing information that can assist those in abusive or violent relationships find lifesaving resources. While those experiencing domestic violence may feel as though there is no where to go or may not feel as though they will be protected, resources are available and PSO is here to help.
PSO BHIT Co-Responder Program Honored as Community Oriented Policing Program of the Year: PSO’s BHIT Co-Responder Team was honored as the 2022 Community Oriented Policing Program of the Year by the Tampa Bay Area Chiefs of Police on Sept. 10 for the important work they do for the citizens of Pasco County. Innovative programs such as this that bring together experts in other fields to assist the needs of our citizens, which embodies our motto of “We Fight as One,” as we come together to keep Pasco County a safe place for all. Read More Here.
PSO Celebrates Forensic Sciences Week: National Forensic Science Week recognizes the unique investigative skills forensic science provides to law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Pasco Sheriff’s Office is celebrating our Forensic Services Section for their dedication and the diverse skillset they provide. Forensic Services members’ job is to provide facts in each case they work to help solve crime and bring justice for victims and their families. They achieve this through an array of techniques from evidence collection in traditional settings, to finding ways to adapt to Pasco County’s unique landscape. Read More Here.
PSO Now a Missing Kids Readiness Program Member: Pasco Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that we are the newest members of the Missing Kids Readiness Program, developed by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). Read More Here.
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Free Food Distribution
Pasco Sheriff’s Office is teaming up with Farm Share, Union Missionary Baptist Church, the African-American Club of West Pasco, 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 the Moore-Mickens Education Center on Thursday, October 13 and will begin at 9 a.m. It’s first come first served, so come out early! We’re thrilled to connect our community to this resource. See you there!