Frequently Asked Questions

If I want to report something, is 911 the only number to call?

Can I make a police report any time of the day, or do I need to make an appointment?

Should I report suspicious activity in my neighborhood?

What are my rights as a victim of crime?

I have a problem with speeders in my neighborhood. What can I do about it?

Why do the Sheriff's Communications Officers ask so many questions when I call?

How can I get a copy of an incident report?

Why did it take longer for a Sheriff's Deputy to answer my call this time than on previous calls for assistance?

Someone has abandoned a car in my parking lot or on my property. Can the sheriff's office tow it away for me?

Can a Sheriff's Deputy open my car if I've locked my keys inside?

Are there auctions to dispose of impounded vehicles or patrol cars?