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Welcome to the Orange County Sheriff's Office

We are pledged to protect, respect and assist you in many ways. My office provides you with information, helps you file a report, request records, report a crime, find a location, or ask a question.

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Online Report Filing

The OCSO Reporting System allows you to submit a non-emergency report. You can report the following incidents: Lost Property, Identity Theft, License Plate Lost/Stolen, Vehicle Burglary, Harassing Phone Calls and Vandalism.

File a Report

Requests for Public Records

The Records/Identification Section is open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Public Records request are accepted in person, via mail, phone request and email.

Request a Record

Crime Prevention and Community Relations

Staffed by state certified Crime Prevention Specialists, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Squad is committed to the task of stopping a crime before it can occur.

Crime Prevention Programs

LGBTQ Safe Place Initiative

Through the Safe Place Initiative, OCSO will provide decals and signage to local businesses and other organizations and to clearly post them as a symbol of safety for the victims of LGBTQ crime.

Register for LGBTQ Safe Place

Community Events & Programs

Throughout the year the Sheriff's Office and its employees participate in or host a myriad of functions and special events. Many of these activities benefit special causes or people in need.

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Employment Opportunities

Whether you are seeking a position as a sworn deputy sheriff or looking for a job in one of our civilian support positions, the Orange County Sheriff's Office offers excellence in training and opportunity.

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Serving the Community

Our law enforcement team does a lot more than crime prevention. We are here to help!

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Youth Development

Different ethnicities and backgrounds. Everyone is involved with educating the next generation. Leadership, confidence, and pride are traits deputies demonstrate everyday.

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Orange County Sheriff John Mina

Community Events

Get to know the Orange County Sheriff John Mina and his staff! Please join us at one of the upcoming events to meet deputies and learn about our commitment to the residents and visitors of Orange County. Check back often for updates!

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Cultural Pride

We speak your language. Whether Spanish, Portuguese, Creole, Chinese, Vietnamese, or Thai, our deputies are part of the fabric of Orlando and all areas of Orange County.

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Rapid Response

From natural disasters to emergencies, accidents, or a community crisis, our team has the capabilities to get there fast and take immediate action. It’s all part of what we do.

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Online Satisfaction Survey

Tell us how we're doing!

Thank you for your interest in participating with our online satisfaction survey! The Orange County Sheriff's Office works hard to make sure our residents and visitors feel safe. One of the ways we can improve is to get feedback from the community.

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Court Security Deputies

NOW HIRING: Are you a retired law enforcement officer looking to relocate in sunny Florida? Are you new to law enforcement and hoping to gain experience with the judicial system? Do you want to work 9-to-5 with weekends and holidays off? OCSO is hiring Court Security Deputies. Qualified deputies can earn a $2,000 salary allowance.

More information on our sworn job openings.

Join us at an upcoming recruiting event to meet a recruiter and talk about the opportunities as a Court Security Deputy!

Hurricane Preparedness

Act now to keep your family safe during disasters!

Ominous clouds with text reading Hurricane Dorian AlertHurricane Dorian is just a few days away, and while we don't know exactly how it will impact Central Florida, now is the time to make plans to ensure the safety of you and your family. Below are a few hurricane preparedness tips.

 

  • Have seven days of water and non-perishable food in the event of a prolonged power outage.
  • Orange County is providing free sandbags while supplies last.
  • If you need to leave your home, have an evacuation plan in place.
  • Keep important information like identification and insurance documents in a safe, watertight location.
  • Don't forget your pets! They rely on you for care, so include them in all of your preparations.