ECSO Victim Services Newsletter

On May 4th, 2016, posted in: News by

Check out the new Victim Services monthly newsletter! It includes information on the Victim Services unit and how they work to help you.



Victim Services – May 2016

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Workplace Violence Seminar May 26th

On April 26th, 2016, posted in: News by


The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office presents a 2 and a half hours seminar entitled “Dynamics of Violence in the Workplace” quarterly at 1700 West Leonard Street. The next scheduled class is on May 26th at 5:30PM. The goals of the training are to communicate the need to recognize the signs of impending violence. Also the development of mitigating tactics and strategies that will prevent or lessen the negative effects of workplace violence. It’s FREE and open to all adults.

Click here for more details and to sign up for the seminar!

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Missing Boater Now Homicide

On April 23rd, 2016, posted in: News by

James Gunther was reported missing on April 1 while on an annual boating trip. His body was found anchored and abandoned near Ft. McCree.
James Gunther
James Gunther

A Milton man, Michael Rodgers is being charged with murder in the death of Gunther. Rodgers is currently being held in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana following his arrest related to attempts to assume the identity of the missing man. The extradition process initiated by the State Attorney will bring Rodgers back to Florida to face the murder charges. The full press conference announcing the matter is available on the ECSO facebook.

Michael Paul Rodgers
                                                    Michael Rodgers


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On April 23rd, 2016, posted in: News by

Congratulations to Ben Dunlap and Tama Barber. Ben Dunlap is promoted to Sergeant and Tama Barber is promoted to Lieutenant.



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Volunteers Appreciation Luncheon

On April 15th, 2016, posted in: News by

We love our Volunteers at the ECSO. Their services are utilized throughout the organization on a daily basis. The expertise and life experience they offer greatly enhance our mission capabilities as well as saving the taxpayers vast amounts of money thanks to their generous donation of both time and talents. On Friday the 15th of April we had a luncheon and awards ceremony to honor them for their services to the community. Recipient of the Volunteer of the Year Award was Shannon Enderson. In addition to her volunteer duties on the Mounted Unit she spends over 30 days a year assisting with Citizens Law Enforcement Academy classes as well as the Neighborhood Watch Academy. Shown with Shannon Enderson are 1st Lt. Robby Martin and Commander Tracy Yuhasz.



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