How to Contact The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office
8700 Citizen Dr., New Port Richey, FL 34654
For Any Emergency, please call 911
To request a deputy for a non-emergency, please call the Pasco County Public Safety Communications Unit at 727-847-8102. Please note that these calls are prioritized according to the urgency of the incident. This is NOT a Pasco Sheriff’s Office unit and any complaints about the service should be directed to the Board of County Commissioners during normal business hours at 727-847-8100.
- For suggestions or complaints about a particular deputy or Sheriff’s Office service, contact the Pasco Sheriff’s Administration Office at 727-847-5878 during normal business hours, or use the suggestion or complaint form listed below.
To leave an anonymous message: If you have information on a reported or suspected crime, please contact either the Pasco Sheriff’s Office Crime Tips Line at 1-800-706-2488, or visit our Crime Tips page by CLICKING HERE or contact Tampa Bay CrimeStoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS.
If you want to file a complaint on a Pasco Sheriff’s Office deputy or employee, the procedure and form is on the Professional Standards page, which can be viewed by Clicking here.
If you would like to commend a deputy please fill out the form below mentioning the deputy by name if possible.
To contact PSO Units directly, the following numbers are provided (Please note that some numbers are manned only during regular business hours:
Law Enforcement Services
Toll-free 1-800-854-2862 and then the following extensions:
East Pasco Road Patrol………………… 5060
North West Pasco Road Patrol………… 7725
South West Pasco Road Patrol……….. 727 376 3809
Toll-free 1-800-854-2862 and follow the prompts.
PLEASE NOTE:: Information supplied in the form below is a matter of Public Record and is not anonymous.
If you have a suggestion, compliment, complaint, or concern for the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, please use the following Suggestion Form. Please note that this form is not for service calls, and you must provide a contact name and phone number and/or email address.
The information you provide can be released if requested under Florida’s public records law.