Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 5755 East Milton Rd, Milton, 32583 FL
  • Chief:
Phone: (850) 983-1100
Fax: (850) 983-1212

Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office is located at 5755 East Milton Rd, Milton, 32583 FL. The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office phone number is (850) 983-1100.

Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office News

Please drive safe and look out for children.

CAPTION THIS PHOTO Santa Rosa Deputy Mann and his K-9 Zeus And....GO

School Resource Officers "We are so privileged to have quality officers in our schools. No man stands so tall as when he stoops to help a child" - Sheriff Bob Johnson

Lots of happenings with our School Resource Officers Thank you to Lifeguard Ambulance. EMS Chief Chuck Cooper donating 6 life saving kits to our school resource officers. We have a great partnership with all our first responding agencies.

School Resource Officers - Santa Rosa Style. We wanted to share this post we received about one of our School Resource Officers, Sgt. Weekley.

Quick, everyone in SRC. Take this time to pull out your cell phone. Create a contact with "Santa Rosa Sheriff non-emergency". Enter 850-983-1190 for the number. Use the star graphic below as the assigned photo.- HIT SAVE- You never know when you may need it. Remember 911 for EMERGENCIES

The fountain is purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Milton Homicide- Can you ID? Who is this person? If you know, contact us at 850-983-1190 or the Santa Rosa County Crime Stoppers Program at 850-437-STOP.

Watch this video. Can you ID this suspect? Milton Homicide. Call Crime Stoppers

Milton Homicide Suspects- Just released. We are looking for the public's help. Anyone knowing the identity of this and other individuals involved in this homicide is asked to contact local law enforcement or the Santa Rosa County Crime Stoppers program at 850-437-STOP. You can remain anonymous. There is a reward of up to $3000 for information leading to an arrest.

Welcome Home! Our Disaster Response Teams are all home. Although the affected areas of hurricane Michael have a while before things are back to “normal”, we would like to think we did our best to help those who were in need. As Sheriff Johnson saw the vehicles rolling in from his office he stated “The kids are home!” Then rushed out to greet them. We wish we had all of our team members in this photo. Welcome home, team. We are all proud of you.

Homicide Investigation. John Hamm Rd. Milton We are looking for a blue 2015 Chevy Cruz with a Florida tag of 059-RUB If located contact local law enforcement immediately. If anyone has information and needs to remain anonymous, please contact the Santa Rosa County Crime Stoppers Program at 850-437-STOP. There is a reward of up to $3000 for information leading to an arrest. https://weartv.com/news/local/man-found-dead-along-roadside-in-milton

Sheriff Johnson meeting with Sheriff Crews of Washington County and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in Panama City to see what we can help with. The first photo speaks volumes as to our mission; A family that lost everything, sitting just outside our command post.

Hurricane Relief in Washington and Bay County, Florida. A few updated photos of the men and women of the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office working hard to help others. We are proud of you!

Come see us tomorrow morning at the Roadhouse. We will beat the fireman! A charity event for the Santa Rosa Kids House.

Heads up! We currently have an opening for Victim Advocate. If you, or if anyone you know may be interested, please feel free to share this with them!

School Lockdown has been Lifted. As of 12:50 pm, both Avalon Middle and Benny Russell are resuming session.

School Lockdown Avalon middle and Benny Russell are on lockdown. Students are safe. We received third party information of a weapon at Avalon middle. Multiple subjects are being questioned at this time. There are multiple deputies on scene including SROs. This remains an active investigation.

Proud of our Deputies! Hurricane Recovery Efforts in Washington County

Sharing for Santa Rosa Crime Stoppers: WE NEED YOUR HELP – PLEASE SHARE! SPECIAL REWARD OFFERED $25000.00 - Please read entire post! Since 9/04/2018, several incidents of vandalism have occurred at two separate construction sites in Holley. One is directly off Nelson Street, and the other involves new houses under construction on Main Street. Both properties are and will be having homes built by Adams Homes. On the actual construction site, excavators, bull dozers and other construction equipment were extensively damaged. At the homes on Main Street, damage was done to water lines, electrical lines and at least one air conditioning unit. The total amount of damage, in dollar figures, is at or above $300,000. This figure does not include the possible future loss of income or revenue. An anonymous donor has graciously offered a reward of $25,000 for the identification and prosecution of the suspect or suspects involved. IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A REWARD – you MUST submit the information through Crime Stoppers. You can submit a tip by phone (437-STOP), online at SRCCS.com, or on the P3 Mobile App. Any information received through Dispatch (even if you refuse your name) or given to Patrol in any instance will NOT be accepted and will NOT be eligible for reward – no exceptions. YOU MUST REMAIN ANONYMOUS.

We wanted to pass this along from one of our followers: "I would personally like to say Thank You for coming to help in Washington County. My husband works at the Washington County Sheriffs Office and has worked non stop since Michael hit last Wednesday. He leaves before the sun is up in the morning and doesn’t come home until dark. Today deputies from your department came to our home and cleaned up the front and back yard for us! I have tried cleaning what I can, but with 3 little ones running around I haven’t been able to do much. I can’t thank you all enough!!" #SRSOProud #HurricaneMichael

Changes in Jail Video Visitation For more information visit our website at: http://santarosasheriff.org/contact-an-inmate/

To our new friends in Washington County “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.” What an amazing community.