All northbound lanes of U.S. 27 North are now open.
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Sebring Police Department is located at 307 North Ridgewood Drive, Sebring, 33870-7206 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Dettman. The Sebring Police Department phone number is 863-471-5108.
All northbound lanes of U.S. 27 North are now open.
Northbound lanes of Hwy 27 are closed at Highlands Avenue due to a serious traffic crash. Traffic is being diverted on Highlands Avenue. Please avoid this area if possible or travel alternative routes.
We received a report this morning about a Social Security number scam that may be going around where the scammers are trying to convince people that their social security number has been changed. Please know that the Social Security Administration will not arbitrarily change your Social Security number! If you get a phone call or are directed to a website other than ssa.gov that is claiming to be associated with the Social Security Administration, don’t respond to it! It is most likely a scam. Here are some tips to deal with these government imposters: • Don’t give the caller your information. Never give out or confirm sensitive information – like your bank account, credit card, or Social Security number unless you know who you’re dealing with. If someone has contacted you, you can’t be sure who they are. • Don’t trust a name or number. Con artists use official-sounding names to make you trust them. To make their call seem legitimate, scammers use internet technology to spoof their area code – so although it may seem they are calling from Washington, DC, they could be calling from anywhere in the world. • Check with the Social Security Administration. The SSA has a warning about these scams and suggests you contact them directly at 1-800-772-1213 to verify the reason for the contact and the person’s identity prior to providing any information to the caller. If you come across one of these scams, please report it to the Social Security Administration’s Fraud Hotline at 1-800-269-0271, or 1-866-501-2101(TTY).
The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over high-visibility enforcement campaign runs from August 17 through September 3, 2018. During this time, law enforcement will be on high alert, pulling over and arresting anyone caught drinking and driving. Make sure your Labor Day weekend is only full of happy memories, not a lifetime of regrets. This holiday, remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.
Stop Signs are being installed on Orange Blossom Avenue in Sebring! On Monday, August 13th 2018, the City of Sebring will be installing two new stop signs on Orange Blossom Avenue at the intersection of Sixth Street in the Highlands Homes Subdivision in Sebring. As there have never been stop signs at this location, advance warning (Stop Ahead) signs will also be installed to warn motorists of the newly installed stop signs. Please help spread the word of this traffic change! Please drive safely!
The Sebring Police Department hopes that you and your families have an enjoyable Fourth of July. Please celebrate responsibly, and stay safe!
The Sebring Police Department honors the men and women of our armed forces who have made the ultimate sacrifice defending our great nation. We thank your families, and recognize the service and incredible sacrifices you have all made to keep this nation free.
I would like to thank Bishop Paul W. Woosley, Joe Solis, and Michael Solis, of the Life Church for their kindness and generosity. They were gracious enough to provide the members of the Sebring Police Department lunch today! We appreciate your thoughts and kindness. Thank you!
The men and women of the Sebring Police Department wish to honor all those who have served in the United States Military on this Armed Forces Day, which is celebrated annually on the third Saturday of May. The effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service was led by President Harry S. Truman. On August 31, 1949, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson announced the creation of an Armed Forces Day, which was first celebrated on May 20, 1950. Thank you all for your service!
Team Sebring had a great morning at the 2018 United Way Day of Caring. We accomplished a lot out at the Highlands County Humane Society helping clean up and prepare the Terror Trail for this year's fundraiser. Thanks to all who helped!
Enjoying beautiful weather and having a great time at the 2nd Annual Sebring Bicycle Rodeo! Thanks to the City of Sebring, Sebring Fire Department, Lake Placid Police Department, Legacy Bicycles, WWOJ, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, personnel of the Sebring Police Department, and all others who have helped make this event a success!
Please join us in celebration of Armed Forces Week ~ Thank you to all service members! Without the home of the brave, there would be no land of the free! Thank you and your families for your service and all of the sacrifices each of you have made... we appreciate you!
Homecoming ~ Honoring Deputy William J. Gentry Jr. on his return home this morning. Thank you to all who took time out of your day to show respect and honor this hero.
Good luck guys... this ride is especially personal now. Proud of you guys... ride safe!