Seminole County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Seminole County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 100 Bush Blvd, Sanford, 32773 FL
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Phone: (407) 665-6600
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Seminole County Sheriff's Office is located at 100 Bush Blvd, Sanford, 32773 FL. The Seminole County Sheriff's Office phone number is (407) 665-6600.

Seminole County Sheriff's Office News

PUPPY UPDATE: This week we shared a video of agency members who deployed to Calhoun County to assist with hurricane recovery efforts, but these two cuties stole the show! The tiny survivors, Mica and Cane, are making themselves right at home and are loving life at camp SCSO. Inv. Eva Marie Multari is caring for the pups around camp, and we are happy to report that in just a few weeks they will be adopted by one of our own SCSO family members! #WeAreSCSO

We were honored to be recognized by the World Affairs Council of Central Florida at their Global Nights Volunteer Appreciation Event last night! Over the past few years, we have proudly volunteered to hosted delegations from different countries as part of their program to promote Citizen Diplomats. Capt. Sonia Pisano accepted the award on behalf of our agency.

Community partners from Seminole County Public Schools’ #PTA donated 500 pajama sets for children we encounter during Child Protective Services investigations. Thank you for your generosity! @SCPSInfo

FREE BIKE HELMET GIVEAWAY: Amscot and the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting our Annual Bike Helmet Giveaway this Saturday 10/20 from 11 a.m.— 2 p.m! The event is open to Seminole County residents and will be held at 2430 French Avenue, Sanford, FL 32771. This annual event is part of the “Kids First” initiative – and every child who attends can receive a FREE Bike Helmet, while supplies last. For more details on the FREE Bike Helmet Giveaway, visit http://bit.ly/AmscotBikeHelmet.

Yesterday, Sheriff Lemma recognized and promoted Systems Administrator Steven Powell to Systems Supervisor. In his new role, Steven will provide oversight and leadership to our Technology Solutions Division's Systems Administration team. Please join us in congratulating him on his promotion! #WeAreSCSO

Five car burglars, four of them teen-agers, were apprehended in unincorporated Longwood Tuesday morning. Just before 6:30 a.m. Monday, deputies were called to the Whispering Woods subdivision in unincorporated Longwood. Witnesses reported a group of subjects attempting to get into a vehicle. Deputies made contact with a suspicious vehicle and detained three subjects inside. We’ve included Alert video of two suspects who ran from the scene being apprehended with the assistance of a Longwood Police K-9 unit. Deputies recovered a stolen wallet from one of the suspects. Drugs, and paraphernalia were recovered from the suspect vehicle. The investigation into the suspects’ possible involvement with car burglaries in other jurisdictions is continuing. Suspects arrested at the scene are identified as Dashaun Gonzalez-Actie (12/7/1996), Hailey Ann Schulte(8/17/2000), and Steven Cordelle Walker(10/14/2000). Suspects who fled the scene are identified as Trey Michael Anderson (8/16/2001) and Jordan Dominick Jenkins(4/29/2000).

Our team deployed to the Panhandle in the wake of Hurricane Michael, is getting a warm reception from traumatized residents. Take a look at this video from Calhoun County, where the eye passed over and left widespread damage and need in its wake. #WeAreSCSO #HurricaneMichael

Do you know him?? On June 19, 2018, this suspect used stolen credit card information at multiple Seminole County Home Depot locations. The card was used to purchase approximately $500 worth of items. Please notify Investigator Harris at 407-665-1417.

WANTED: We are asking for the public's help to locate Nelson Suarez. If you have any information on his whereabouts, please call SCSO at (407) 665-6650 or CrimeLine at 1-800-423-TIPS. Crimeline tips remain anonymous. Those that lead to felony arrests and/or the recovery of stolen property and drugs are eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000

It's that time! Please lock up for the night and join us in the #9PMRoutine. Take a minute to make sure your windows, doors, and vehicles are locked. Also, make sure your garage door is closed. Get into the habit and set a daily reminder by creating an alert on your watch or smartphone. Don’t be an easy target!

Thank you to our 29 deputies deployed to hard-hit Calhoun County providing patrol and supplies to those in need. Sheriff Lemma toured the area today to thank those who are spending time away from loved ones to help our rural neighbors in the Panhandle. #WeAreSCSO

Members of our team deployed to Blountstown, Calhoun County where the eye of Hurricane Michael passed over, are helping residents deal with widespread devastation. Please keep all of those affected by this ongoing crisis in your thoughts and prayers.

Congrats go out to Katlyn Rapp, our Employee of the Quarter for Child Protective Services. Katlyn is always looking for ways to do more to assist in our vital mission to protect local children. We're proud of you!

Thanks to our partners at SCPS for producing this video on our school comfort dogs, narrated by our dedicated School Resource Deputies! This innovative program is now in its second year, and we could not have done it without their support.

First convoy of a total of twenty-nine deputies and other assets headed to the #Panhandle to assist our neighbors impacted by #Michael. Twenty-five for law enforcement duties, four in support roles. #WeareSCSO.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all those in the Florida Panhandle affected by Hurricane Michael. As the storm passes, we hope all remain safe, and the road to recovery is a speedy one.

This week our Community Law Enforcement Academy (CLEA) Class had the opportunity to get up close with the equipment used by our Special Operations Division & Aviation Unit. Demonstrations included S.W.A.T., Aviation, K-9, Range and Water, and Explosive Ordnance Disposal.

Early Sunday this suspect burglarized a vehicle parked at the Grande Lakes Heathrow Townhomes on Brutus Drive. He stole two computers and a pair of sandals he can be seen trying on in this surveillance video. If you have information please call Investigator Brown (407) 665-1477

Tomorrow is International Walk to School Day! Wekiva Elementary School students, parents, and teachers will join SCSO deputies and members of our Crossing Guard Program for International Walk to School Day. Drivers, please be on the lookout for large groups of pedestrians walking along school routes near Wekiva Elementary and other participating schools across Seminole County. We also anticipate some minor traffic delays and encourage folks to plan for a little extra drive-time in the morning.

WE'RE HIRING! SCSO is seeking dedicated, hardworking, and professional deputy sheriffs who share our commitment to serving the community. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, be a U.S. citizen, have a High School Diploma or GED, possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver's License and have completed the law enforcement academy. Current academy students are eligible to apply. We offer a competitive package including retirement benefits, paid medical/dental/life insurance, generous leave accrual, wellness benefits, education incentives and more. To learn more about this position or complete the pre-screen questionnaire, click below. http://www.seminolesheriff.org/employment.aspx?id=10083

Saturday evening our Alert 1 team helped Seminole County Fire locate a stranded boat on the St. John’s River near Cameron Wight Park. Three adults and two children were rescued and brought to shore safely. #WeAreSCSO

***UPDATE: the child has been located. Please share and help Sanford Police Department find 3-month-old Na'tori Mazion!

Today we had the honor of attending “Mental Health Awareness at the Corral” - a mental health education, services, and community event co-hosted by Crossroads Corral and No Limit Health and Education. Our SCSO Snow Patrol was there and was enjoyed by all -even the horses!

This morning, we hosted many organizational partners from the faith-based communities across Seminole County to discuss ways to better work together. We look forward to future activities that will provide us the opportunity to bring the most pressing ideas to the forefront, and to better serve those in the most need in all of the communities that we serve.