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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.

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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.

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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.

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Directory of Services

In this section, you will find a listing of contact information for various services in our county along with frequently requested phone numbers.

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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.


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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Hurricane Awareness

We continue to monitor Hurricane Irma which poses a threat to our coastal communities and inland regions, continue to monitor the National Hurricane Center and the directions from local officals. Sheriff Demings is working closely with Orange County leaders to ensure Public Safety. Review the following link and continue to follow news reports for the latest weather reports.

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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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OCSO in Action

Protecting Our Schools ... Making a Difference

The Orange County Sheriff's Office understands that many area parents and residents are concerned about the safety of our schools in the wake of the tragedy that unfolded in Broward County this week. In response to the incident, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings held a press conference with Orange County Public Schools and the Orlando Police Department to discuss safety measures in our schools. We take the safety and security of our school children and staff very seriously and we have extensive plans and procedures to respond to critical situations. 

Watch the video of the press conference to hear local leaders share some of the steps we have taken to ensure the safety of Orange County Public Schools.

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Making a Difference ... Helping Kids Make Good Decisions

The M.A.G.I.C. (Mentoring, Advising, Guiding, and Instructing Children) program is an Orange County Initiative to teach elementary age and middle school students the importance of making good decisions. OCSO School Resource Officers use the program to help them connect with students and promote positive life choices.

In conjunction with community based organizations such as the YMCA, Scouts, and Boys and Girls Clubs, the Orange County Sheriff's Office aims to reduce the rate of juvenile crime. The MAGIC program curriculum covers topics such as bullying, internet safety, and drug use.

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Making a Difference ... It can save a life!

The Opioid Crisis is very real in Orange County. Every week brings more overdoses and deaths. In January alone, overdoses are up 85% in Orange County and deaths are up 60%.

Sheriff Demings has a warning for those who have a friend or loved one who is addicted and misusing heroin. GET HELP NOW! Before it is too late.

If you are ready to make a difference and help someone you know, become a Hero Against Heroin.