ActiveCalls
Active Calls include the "Call ID" assigned to the call. The "entry time" represents the actual time of day when the call was first reported to the Pasco Sheriff's Office ("PSO") or whenever a deputy sheriff initiates a call based upon observation of activity. The "description" is the classification currently assigned to the call [Note: This can change during the course of the call and subsequent investigation and may not be reflected here]. The "location" is the general geographic location of the call within Pasco County.
* Note: This data is refreshed every two hours.

Just because a crime is listed at a particular location DOES NOT mean that the infraction actually occurred there. For example, a deputy makes a traffic stop and the driver stops his or her vehicle in the parking lot of a church. That driver is subsequently arrested for possession of drugs. The deputy has to list the address where he or she made contact with the arrestee, which is the church parking lot. But no drug infraction actually occurred in the church.

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* Note: A maximum of 200 records will be displayed and this is operating on a 24 Hour Closed Call Snap Shot.

Just because a crime is listed at a particular location DOES NOT mean that the infraction actually occurred there. For example, a deputy makes a traffic stop and the driver stops his or her vehicle in the parking lot of a church. That driver is subsequently arrested for possession of drugs. The deputy has to list the address where he or she made contact with the arrestee, which is the church parking lot. But no drug infraction actually occurred in the church.
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Subdivision Activity
This webpage displays subdivision activity as presented and maintained by Pasco County Public Safety Communications. Pasco County does not currently maintain information defining neighborhoods. If the area you reside in is not a legal subdivision as recognized by the county, the activity will not be displayed. See an alternate view of this information from the menu above under Online Resources-> Crime Reports, or Click Here.
Dispatch Log information is updated approximately every 24 hours and includes activity from the last 30 days. A "call number" is entered whenever anyone calls the Pasco County Public Safety Communications to request service or whenever a deputy sheriff initiates a call based upon observation of activity. The "day," "entry date," and "time" represent the day of the week, calendar date and time of day when the call was received. The "description" is the last classification assigned to the call by Pasco County Public Safety Communications [Note: this can change during the course of the investigation which will not be reflected here]. The "priority" represents the last response priority assigned by Pasco County Public Safety Communications to the call. The "street #," "name", "suffix" and "city" represent the address location of the call. A "case" number is issued for every call in which a report is taken. "Subd" is the subdivision code assigned to the subdivision by the Pasco County Public Safety Communications. Some information has been removed in order to comply with restrictions imposed upon disclosure of information by the Florida Public Records Law, Chapter 119, Florida Statutes.

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