The Pipes and Drums of the Orange County Sheriff's Office is an all volunteer unit comprised of Deputy Sheriff's, civilian employees, and citizens who proudly represent the Sheriff's Office. The unit is available for parades, law enforcement memorials, and funerals. Pipes and Drums also participates in the Central Florida Scottish Games and special Sheriff's Office events. Members of the band play Highland Bagpipes, and snare, tenor, and bass drums.
The band is currently accepting new membership applications. No prior experience is necessary to join! The band has many experienced players who are willing to teach newcomers how to play. If you would like to learn how you can become part of this outstanding unit please call 407.254.7353 today.
Band practice is held every Thursday night from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM at one of two Sheriff's Office locations. On the first Thursday of each month at the Central Complex located at 2500 West Colonial Drive, Orlando, Fl. 32804. The rest of the month, Thursday nights at the East Orange County Sector II Substation, 11000 Lake Underhill Road, Orlando, Fl. 32825. Call 407-254-7353 to determine when and where the band is practicing.
There are no membership fees required to become a member of this elite organization. Uniform shirts, kilts, and drums are provided by the Sheriff's Office. Members are required to purchase minor uniform accessories and practice equipment. Pipers are required to provide and maintain their own set of bagpipes.
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