The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office Community Relations Division offers free Crime Prevention presentations to citizens and business owners. Please submit your requests at least a month in advance if possible.
- Birthday Parade – Invite our Deputies to do a drive-by with lights and sirens at your child’s birthday party
- Crime Scene – Learn about the real-life CSI personnel and how they solve crimes with the application of forensic science
- Crime Stoppers – How to get rewarded for fighting crime while remaining anonymous
- Dangers of Social Media – oriented toward Middle School children to warn of the potential perils associated with social media use
- DUI Unit – request a hands-on demonstration with impairment goggles and pedal carts
- Domestic Security – receive information on how our agency responds to acts of terrorism and natural disasters
- Empowering Seniors – Primarily focused on scams that prey upon senior citizens
- Human Trafficking – Learn about this dangerous and growing menace
- Hurricane Preparedness
- Identity Theft – How to avoid it and what to do about it if it happens
- Internet Safety – Basic security procedures and behavioral advice for your visits to the web
- K-9 Demo – These highly trained K-9’s will show you some of their skills
- Meet a Bloodhound – Our newest K-9 member of the Community Policing Unit would love to visit at your event
- Narcotics – learn about meth, heroin, fentanyl, and other drugs and their effects on the community
- Motors Unit – Have an ECSO Motorcycle at your event. The Motors officer will tell you all about their Unit.
- Mounted Unit Demo – See what our ECSO horses can do
- Neighborhood Specialist – Invite them to your meeting and learn how they can positively engage with your neighborhood
- Patrol – The backbone of law enforcement. Learn about what patrol deputies encounter on their shifts
- Personal Defense – Learn techniques for avoiding danger and options for responding to physical threats
- Public Information Officer – Learn how we work together with the media to keep the public informed
- Real-Time Crime Center. The newest technology in the fight against crime.
- Recruiting – Invite a recruiter to inform you how to become a deputy sheriff
- Safety Awareness – What you can do to make yourself and your home more safe
- Situational Awareness – How to increase your attentiveness to your surroundings and the positive impact it has on your safety
- Special Victims Unit – Learn about the duties of this unit and the sensitive cases that they investigate
- Training – Learn about how police officers are trained to perform their duties
- Workplace Violence – Learn how to prevent, respond and mitigate violence in the workplace
Let us know if you would like a virtual presentation on Webex or Zoom.
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