FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
On weekdays contact the Clerk of Courts, Circuit Civil for Domestic Violence at 861-7683. On weekends, contact the Sarasota County Sheriff, Civil Division, 951-5100.
Contact Police Communications, 316-1199, and a police officer will respond. The owner or manager will then issue the warning in the presence of the police officer who will document the warning for records purposes.
Contact the Sarasota County Sheriff
Contact Police Communications at 911 if it is an emergency or 316-1199 for non-emergencies. A determination will be made to send a police officer and/or County Animal Control.
Contact the City's Code Compliance Department, 954-4125.
Copies of any City ordinance can be obtained at the City Clerk's Office, 954-4160, and on the City Clerk's homepage at the City of Sarasota's Web site, www.sarasotagov.com
Three working days following the incident the report will be available to the public. Copies are obtained in the records section of the Police Department located in the front lobby area. You may call ahead to order your copies from the Records Department, 954-7045. There is a charge to obtain these records. The records window is open Monday through Friday from 8:00a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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Contact the Sarasota Police Department, Traffic Division, at 954-7020.
Contact the Sarasota Police Department, 316-1199, to make a report of the calls. You will then be instructed to contact your telephone service provider for further instructions.
Attempt to ask your child pertinent questions about their possible use of drugs. If necessary contact a local treatment provider for further instructions. A police officer can respond if you have located what you believe to be illegal substances.
Contact the Sarasota County Sheriff, Civil Division, at 951-5100.
General Order 406.51.1 states, "Under normal, non-emergency conditions and while responding to routine calls for service, officers shall strictly adhere to all traffic laws and drive in a safe, courteous manner."
Requests for public records under Florida Statute 119.07 may be directed to the Sarasota Police Department custoidan of records:
The wireless industry has officially partnered with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) to distribute AMBER Alerts to wireless consumers who opt in to receive geographically specified messages on their wireless devices through an AMBER Alert wireless messaging system.
Subscribers capable of receiving text messages, and whose wireless carrier participates in the Wireless AMBER Alerts Initiative, may opt in to receive alerts by registering at http://www.wirelessamberalerts.org or their wireless carrier's website. Users can designate up to five ZIP codes from which they'd like to be alerted in the case of an AMBER Alert activation.
Please Note: The Amber Alert Web Site is for informational purposes only. If you have any information concerning a case posted on the Amber Alert Web Site, please contact your Local Police Department or dial 911.
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The Sarasota Police Department is actively recruiting volunteers for its Citizen Volunteer Program. Community-minded persons may apply to work inside the police department in a variety of positions or work as "citizens on patrol". By doing so, you are serving your community and working with our officers to maintain the quality of life that we have become so accustomed to in Sarasota. Call now for an application and for more information. Read More >