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Click here.Unsolved Crime - Missing Person Khiva Kniffen.Detention Deputy Retires.Detention Deputy Alan Schmidt retired from the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office in September 2010 after ten years of excellent service. The retirement ceremony was held at the administrative building among a hosts of friends and coworkers wishing him a bon voyage. For photos of the retirement ceremony here.How You Can Prevent Dating Violence.One out of every four high school kids today are involved in an abusive relationship, which can start as early as in the 8th grade. You should know how to recognize the signs of this problem and how to prevent it from happening to you! Warning signs are as follows: physical or verbal abuse, someone tries to have complete control over you, you are subject to verbal "put downs" or threats, someone tries to isolate you from your friends and family, you are given no respect by the controlling person, you are made to feel shame and guilt, or you are asked to focus and give all your attention to the controlling person. Among several of the recommended preventive measures are: understand what an abusive relationship entails, examine your own values and what is important to you, discuss with your parents (if a minor), and call local law enforcement at 850-983-1100 or Lakeview Center at 850-432-1222 or 850-469-3800. Click here.Deputies Honored for Domestic Violence Enforcement.Four deputies of the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office were honored on October 28, 2010 for their outstanding work in the area of domestic violence prevention and enforcement. Presentations were made by the Santa Rosa Domestic Violence Task Force presented honorary plaques to each recipient for specific incidents where they responded to calls of domestic violence. Honored were Sgt. Shane Tucker, Deputy Cliff Dykes, Deputy Denae Winfield, and Deputy Jerry Oaks. For photos of the presentations please. Click here.SRSO Dive Team Gets Hands-On Training.As patrol units and SWAT teams add more and more realism to their training, so are other units within the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Hall is requiring that all units within the agency receive as much training as possible that closely resembles what his law enforcement and detention deputies are going to experience in the performance of their duties. The SRSO dive team is responsible for search and rescue operations as well as recovery of evidence. In some situations visibility is practically non-existent, yet they are still required to conduct grid searches to recover murder weapons, etc. To this end, the dive team commanders try to hold training on a monthly basis as their schedule permits. Unlike other types of training there is little room for error when diving deep into murky unknown waters. For photos please.

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Http:// Alert: Job Hunters Beware.One of the more recents scams by criminals is being directed against those seeking employment. To learn more information here.for a warning from the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office and the Better Business Bureau.New Sex Offender & Predator Alert System.On March 27, 2008 the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and local law enforcement unveiled a new and innovative feature of Florida's Sexual Offender/Predator Registry Web site. Citizens can now sign up to receive e-mail alert notifications when a registered sexual offender or predator moves into their neighborhood or within a radius of any other designated location. Citizens can also opt to track address changes reported by selected registered offenders or predators. The service is offered statewide and at no charge. Citizens may select an unlimited number of addresses and/or offenders and predators to track, and can update their selections at any time. The alert system will send e-mail notifications within 24 to 48 hours of an address change to the state's registry. Citizens are encouraged to register for alerts. Florida became the first state to list sexual offenders and predators on the Internet and to make the same information available through a 24-hour/day hotline. The FDLE Sex Offender/Predator Registry currently houses data on more than 47,000 registered sex offenders and predators and the Web site averages more than 500,000 searches per month. Click here.Internet the act of sending sexually explicit messages or photos electronically, frequently between cell phones. It is a current trend among teens. According to a 2008 survey commissioned by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, 22% of teenage girls and 18% of teenage boys have taken nude or semi-nude photos of themselves and sent them to someone or posted them online. For the consequences of "sexting" here.Fraud Alert: Jury Scam. Most of us take a summons for jury duty seriously, but enough people skip out on their civic duty, that a new and ominous kind of fraud has surfaced. The caller claims to be a jury coordinator. If you protest that you never received a summons for jury duty, the scammer asks you for your Social Security number and date of birth so he or she can verify the information and cancel the arrest warrant. Give out any of this information and bingo; your identity was just stolen. The fraud has been reported so far in 11 states, including Oklahoma, Illinois, and Colorado. This swindle is particularly insidious because they use intimidation over the phone to try to bully people into giving information by pretending they are with the court system. The FBI and the federal court system have issued nationwide alerts on their web sites, warning consumers about the fraud. Check it out here:.

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For photos of the training.heriff Hall and Explorer Post Provide a Jail Break In.Sheriff Hall, the Santa Rosa County Explorer Post, hosted a fundraising event to celebrate the completion of the new Santa Rosa County Jail expansion project. The wing is expected to start housing inmates in September 2010.The fundraising event called Jail Break In 2010 took place the night of August 14, 2010. This event was open to all ages. All participants received a very realistic experience as to what jail was like; however they were able to experience it in a brand new facility and under much better circumstances. Participants werebooked into the jail and searched, fingerprinted, and photographed. They were assigned a bed and instructed as to what will be expected of them. It was avery educational experience as to how things are handled inside a detention facility. The inmates received food when they arrived around 0500 hours. If the inmates weren't pleased with the food they were free to use the Explorer Post's "commissary to purchase additional items. All inmates were expected to abide by the rules and regulations that were set forth. All "inmates were also required to stay in custody until 0700 hours unless an emergency arises prior to their release time. Upon release, the inmates received their booking photograph and fingerprints as a souvenir. Over thirty (30) volunteers showed up to become inmates for the night. Ages 12 and over were welcome; however any juveniles were required to be with a parent or legal guardian. At the time of ticket purchase, the purchasers were required to provide identification information so that the Sheriff's Office can perform a preliminary screening to ensure a safe, secure and educational experience. Ticket prices were as follows: Adults- $20.00 Children under 18- $10.00 Seniors- $15.00. The Explorer Program is a non-profit chartered youth program through the Sheriff's Office and the Learning for Life Organization. The Program's purpose is to provide young men and women of the community with the opportunity to gain valuable insight into Law Enforcement. The Explorer Program is designed not only to stimulate interest in Law Enforcement as a career, but to instill within its members a genuine desire to demonstrate responsible work habits, positive attitudes towards other citizens, and practice as contributing members of society. Vodka Eyeballing, the New Teen Trend.The term "vodka eyeballing" involves the pouring of vodka directly onto the surface of the eye. This new trend is sweeping across the country as well as the United Kingdom. It causes a painful burning sensation and supposedly creates a faster absorption into the bloodstream. Kids believe that by pouring vodka into their into their eyes that they will be able to get drunk faster. They will pour 80-100 proof vodka directly from the bottle or out of a shot glass. However, by doing so there is a serious risk for scarring the eye tissues and the cornea that can eventually lead to blindness. Parents need to be aware of this growing trend and be prepared to speak with their children about the dangers. The human brain is not fully formed until age 25, but many people are unaware of this. Adults need to educate teens about the pitfalls of consuming alcohol. Serious health risks are involved in drinking through the eyes or mouth. Underage drinking and binge drinking (consumption of 5 or more standard drinks in one sitting) often lead teens to engage in risky behaviors and do things under the influence of alcohol that they would not have done if sober. A study released in 2010 by the American Academy of Pediatrics found that 12 to 20 year-olds, who drank in the past month, consumed an average of 4.9 drinks per day on the days they drank in the past month. Alcohol is the number one drug of choice among today's youth and the fourth leading cause of death. People who begin drinking before the age of 15 are five times more likely to develop alcohol dependence than those who wait until age 21. For more information, go to. Reservists Get Realistic Training.Instructors with the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office strive to provide as much realistic training as possible for all of their reservists. Training begins with the use of "red guns" (non-fireable) and proceeds to the use of "simunitions" (fireable projectiles). The reservists are placed in decision making situations to teach them appropriate versus non-appropriate responses. The reserve deputy program is under the direction of Sgt. Leonard Thomas, one of the agency's senior supervisors. Instructors for the program are Detective Ed Vincent and Deputy Joel Murphy. Click.

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Firearm qualification dates are as follows:.January 24, 2011, April 18, 2011, July 18, 2011,.October.17, 2011.. All class times will begin promptly at 8:00 AM. As the participants arrive at the range, their handgun must be secured in a holster or some type of case that can be carried by hand. The handgun is not to be carried "out in the open." The qualification course will consist of forty (40) rounds. To pass, the participant must demonstrate proficiency of at least 80% (32 of 40 rounds in the scoring area). Bring the appropriate amount of ammunition as the proficiency requirement is to be demonstrated once. During the qualification, the participant's handgun must be in a holster that they can wear on their body and draw from. If the participant is shooting a semi-auto pistol, they need at least two (2) magazines capable of holding at least six (6) rounds each. At least one speed loader is required if a revolver will be used. Due to limited space, reservations are required. You must make your reservation in person at the Sheriff's Office with the training division and bring your agency ID. At that time a copy will be made of your ID and an affidavit of retired status will need to be signed. If you have any questions please call the Training Division at 983-1234. If you have taken this course from us before we probably already have your paperwork so just call 983-1234 and talk with Sheryl. Saturday.January 22, full.) (8:00 AM to 12:00 PM) with another set for.Monday.April 18.(6-8 PM).Tuesday.April 19, 2011.(6-8 PM). Another set of dates will be.Monday.July 18.(6-8 PM).Tuesday.July 19, 2011.(6-8 PM).Saturday.ctober 15, 2011.(8-12 pm).All participants MUST be at least 18 years of age. A.citizens interested should download an application by clicking on the link:.Citizen Firearms.Training.Mail the application to: Santa Rosa.County Sheriff's Office, Training Division, 5755 E. Milton Rd., Milton, FL 32583.This class is offered to the citizens of Santa Rosa County by Sheriff Hall at. No costs.Retired Law Enforcement Officer Invitation.n compliance with H.R. Bill 218, Sheriff Wendell Hall is extending an invitation to all area law enforcement officers to meet their requirement on the sheriff's office range. Bill 218 was passed stating retired law enforcement officers may carry a handgun without a permit by meeting certain standards. The Criminal Justice Standard and Training Commission of the State of.Florida states that retirees must have a picture ID from the agency from which they retired. The ID card must state their retired status. The new law only applies to law enforcement officers that had statutory arrest powers. A "Firearm Proficiency Verification Card" in combination with their retired law enforcement ID card will allow them to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.

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1. Of course I look familiar. I was here just last week cleaning your carpets, painting your shutters, or delivering your new refrigerator.2. Hey, thanks for letting me use the bathroom when I was working in your yard last week. While I was in there, I unlatched the back window to make my return a little easier.3. Love those flowers. That tells me you have taste ... And taste means there are nice things inside. Those yard toys your kids leave out always make me wonder what type of gaming system they have. SRSO Employee Wins Recognition.Sheriffs Office Employee Mrs. Tanya Doss was awarded her CPPB credentials by the Universal Public Purchasing Certification Council on July 9, 2010. She is now among a "select group of procurement professionals" to be distinguished by a UPPCC certification. As stated in a letter from Director Ann Peshoff "Tanya attained this distinction by meeting high standards of proficiency in public procurement as demonstrated by substantial professional experience, purchasing related coursework and superior examination performance." Sheriff Wendall Hall and the agency staff wish to congratulate Ms. Doss on this excellent achievement. Inmate Phone System.Family members and friends will have to establish an account with.Inmate Telephone, Inc.if you wish to accept inmate phone calls from this facility. Click on the set up an account.Click here for additional Information pertaining to the new Inmate Phone System.New 2010 Florida Statutes.The new 2010 Florida statutes have been released by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. If you wish to review the statutory summaries of the new laws here.Things Your Burglar Won't Tell You. Unsolved Crime - Missing Person Khiva Kniffen. Click here.

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10. Do you really think I won't look in your sock drawer? I always check dresser drawers, the bedside table, and the medicine cabinet.11. Helpful hint: I almost never go into kids' rooms.12. You're right: I won't have enough time to break into that safe where you keep your valuables. But if it's not bolted down, I'll take it with me.13. A loud TV or radio can be a better deterrent than the best alarm system. If you're reluctant to leave your TV on while you're out of town, you can buy a $35 device that works on a timer and simulates the flickering glow of a real television. (Find it at 4.Yes, I really do look for newspapers piled up on the driveway. And I might leave a pizza flyer in your front door to see how long it takes you to remove it.5. If it snows (probably not in Santa Rosa County) while you're out of town, get a neighbor to create car and foot tracks into the house. Virgin drifts in the driveway are a dead giveaway.6. If decorative glass is part of your front entrance, don't let your alarm company install the control pad where I can see if it's set. That makes it too easy. 7. A good security company alarms the window over the sink. And the windows on the second floor, which often access the master bedroom-and your jewelry. It's not a bad idea to put motion detectors up there too.8. It's raining, you're fumbling with your umbrella, and you forget to lock your door-understandable. But understand this: I don't take a day off because of bad weather.9. I always knock first. If you answer, I'll ask for directions somewhere or offer to clean your gutters. (Don't take me up on it.).

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Sources: Convicted burglars in North Carolina , Oregon , California , and Kentucky ; security consultant Chris McGoey, who runs; and Richard T. Wright, a criminology professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, who interviewed 105 burglars for his book “Burglars on the Job”.A SAFER Santa Rosa.The SAFER organization (Support Alliance for Emergency Readiness) is a humanitarian association of independent groups who may be active in all phases of a disaster. Its mission is to foster efficient, streamlined service delivery to people affected by disasters, while eliminating unnecessary duplication of effort, through cooperation in the four phases of disaster: preparation, response, recovery, and mitigation. During periods when there are no disasters to deal with, SAFER attempts to meet the needs of the less fortunate in the community. This may range from providing cold weather shelters, WWII honor flight, homeless veterans, food distributions, etc. For more information on this worthwhile organization please. 14. Sometimes, I carry a clipboard. Sometimes, I dress like a lawn guy and carry a rake. I do my best to never ever look like a crook.15. The two things I hate most: loud dogs and nosy neighbors.16. I'll break a window to get in, even if it makes a little noise. If your neighbor hears one loud sound, he'll stop what he's doing and wait to hear it again. If he doesn't hear it again, he'll just go back to what he was doing. It's human nature.17. I'm not complaining, but why would you pay all that money for a fancy alarm system and leave your house without setting it?. 18. I love looking in your windows. I'm looking for signs that you're home, and for flat screen TVs or gaming systems I'd like. I'll drive or walk through your neighborhood at night, before you close the blinds, just to pick my targets.19. Avoid announcing your vacation on your Facebook page. It's easier than you think to look up your address.20. To you, leaving that window open just a crack during the day is a way to let in a little fresh air. To me, it's an invitation.21. If you don't answer when I knock, I try the door. Occasionally, I hit the jackpot and walk right in.

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Click here.for an application.Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office Reaccredited.A team of assessors from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) completed its audit of the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office on August 10, 2010. Their mission was to examine all aspects of the Sheriff's Office policies, procedures, management, operations, and support services. In order to receive accredited status, Sheriff Wendell Hall and the Sheriff's Office have to comply with 254 individual standards encompassing every aspect of Hall's operations of his agency. Each standard is determined by how all other detention and law enforcement agencies, throughout the country, are supposed to operate.As part of the on-site assessment, agency members and the general public were invited to offer comments as to the agency's ability to comply with CFA standards.The assessment team was composed of law enforcement practitioners from throughout the State of Florida. Upon completion of their thorough examination, they reported their findings back to the CFA Commission to determine if the agency was to receive accredited status. This CFA accreditation process covers a three year period and is strictly voluntary on the part of the agency. Because of the excellent state of affairs, the assessment team completed their evaluation in record time, an honorary point they passed on to the full Commission. On October 14, 2010 Sheriff Hall appeared before the full CFA commission, in a statewide ceremony, to accept the coveted honors bestowed upon the Santa Rosa Sheriff's County Office. Sheriff Hall stated that this accreditation and the honor it signifies are highly prized among all law enforcement professionals. This is the 3rd accreditation honor our agency has received by the CFA Commission, both in detention and law enforcement, and each one improves our operations even more. I'm proud of all of our staff and the job they perform for the citizens of Santa Rosa County. For photos of the ceremony please. Bias Based Profiling.Santa Rosa County Citizens Can View Crime Map."Providing reliable, timely information to our citizens is one of our top priorities," says Sheriff Wendell Hall. The public can now access crime 24 hours a day through our website or.Crime Reports website.or through the Crime Reports IPhone application, a free download in the Apple ITunes store.. The new service also allows local citizens to sign up for free custom email alerts so they can stay on top of crime in their neighborhood. Sheriff Hall says "Information is power and we hope that giving the community this information will help them prevent crime in their neighborhoods." Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office is joining over a thousand other law enforcement agencies sharing their crime information with the public through the map including local law enforcement agencies like the Pensacola Police Department and the Escambia County Sheriff's Office. You can access your local crime map below and also sign up for email crime alerts at:. Offers a Citizen Law Enforcement Class.Sheriff Wendell Hall announces the presentation of a Citizen Law Enforcement class that will be held at the Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office. The meeting times will be every Thursday night from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM beginning.January 27, 2011.and ending April 14, 2011. The class is designed for citizens 18-years or older and the 12-week course has a limited number of openings so sign up as quickly as possible. The purpose of the class is to teach our citizens about the problems of modern law enforcement today and how citizens can play an integral role in the criminal justice system. The students will be exposed to such topics as jail operations, property and evidence, field training, K-9 operations, officer equipment, patrol operations, DUI enforcement, intoxilizers, sexual investigations, crime scene, search and seizure, meth labs and narcotics, SWAT operations and intermediate weapons to include such things as Tasers, OC spray, control sticks, and defensive tactics. Students will have an opportunity to fire several weapons on the agency's gun range and drive an obstacle course wearing the "DUI goggles". For more information or to sign up for the class, please contact Ms. Cindy Sarver at the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office Training Division at 983-1236. Please.

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Click here to access.) for you to complete and give to your emergency contact that is attached to the alert. Please feel free to copy as many of these as you need and encourage your family and friends to ICE their phones. As an added safety measure you can place a copy in our wallet and in your glove box.Sheriff Offers Citizens Firearm Safety Class.The Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office will hold another firearm safety class for the citizens of Santa Rosa County to familiarize them with the Florida Statutes as well as the safe operation of their handguns. Deputy Alvin Bicasan will teach the class at the Sheriff's Office Firearms Range. Successful completion of this course can be used when applying for a "concealed weapons permit". Each participant will need to bring their own handgun and no more than fifty (50) rounds of ammunition. The four hour course consists of classroom instruction and actual firing on the range. No firearms are allowed in the classroom unless directed by the instructor. An application is required for registration plus a background record check on all participants. The next scheduled class will be held on. Citizens can register for the alerts by for Businesses.Sheriff Hall has urged all local businesses to take advantage of a new program to help keep them safe. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has entered into a partnership with Florida's seven Regional Domestic Security Task Forces and has launched "BusinessSAFE" to provide businesses of all types and sizes with new tools to keep them protected. Businesses have the option of registering to receive electronic alert notifications by email, cellular phones, or PDA's. These alerts will provide information about breaking news, possible threats, suspicious activity, and specific preparedness and prevention techniques for your business. To sign up log on to. no costs to the business. FDLE will periodically send out electronic alerts although each business can access pertinent materials on the FDLE website at any time. For more information go to. you call FDLE at 850-410-8690.Emergency Numbers on Cell Phones.Sheriff Hall is urging take a moment and consider adding an ICE (In Case of Emergency) number to their cell phones. June is National Safety Month and it is the perfect time to ICE your phone as an easy and quick way to save a life. To make this even simpler his agency has developed a MAD form (.

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