In a life threatening situation requiring law enforcement,
fire/rescue or medical
For non emergency/non life threatening situations, you may
contact the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center
The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office provides intake, teletype and communication services for the City of Perry and all unincorporated areas of Taylor County. Our communication center operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week, every day of the year and we proudly serve communities such as but not limited to, Lake Bird, Shady Grove, Eridu, Iddo, Boyd, Nut-All-Rise, Spring Warrior, Foley, Fenholloway, Keaton Beach, Deckle Beach, Cedar Island, Jug Island, Salem, and Steinhatchee.
The Sheriff’s communication center processed an estimated 48, non-emergency telephone calls and 12, calls from January to January In addition to the incoming phone calls, the communication center also handles an average of , radio transmissions each year.
The teletype and communications officers operate the computer systems that link the Sheriff’s Office to the state and federal computer systems. On average these officers will process approximately , requests per year from local law enforcement officers who are seeking information on missing persons, lost or stolen auto tags, stolen vehicles, drivers license status and stolen articles.
The Communications employees participate in a rigorous training process which includes a 10 week online class done through Florida State College of Jacksonville, as well as on the job training that is done in conjunction with the online class. The entire training process takes approximately three months. All Communications employees must pass a state examination administered by the State of Floridas Department of Health.
Taylor County Sheriff’s Department
Larry Woebbeking, Sheriff
Corey Dassow, Chief Deputy
The Sheriff is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer elected for a four-year term. He is empowered to correct any unlawful situation that may occur. The Sheriff is presumed to be on duty twenty-four hours per day and is responsible for the protection of all citizens. It is the duty of the Sheriff to take charge and custody of the jail and the persons held there, and is responsible for Sheriff’s Sales. The Sheriff sees that all areas of the county are properly patrolled, accidents are investigated, and thefts and burglaries are handled promptly and properly. The Sheriff also directs the operation of the E Communications Center which receives and dispatches calls for all emergency services.
Become a part of the MOST Successful Crime-Stopping Program Around. The Community Needs You!
If you have information regarding a crime CALL CRIME
Remain Anonymous and receive a CASH REWARD UP TO $1,
What is Crime Stoppers?
CRIME STOPPERS is a program that involves the public, the media and the police in a fight against crime. The program offers anonymity and cash rewards to persons who furnish information leading to the arrest of offenders and the capture of fugitives.
Citizens of any age who may have information concerning a crime can call our Toll-Free Crime Stopper TIP LINE at . When you place the call, it is received on a private non-recorded phone line in the dispatch center at the Sheriff’s Department. The dispatcher will log the time, date and brief summary of the caller’s information. The caller is given a secret code number which is used in any subsequent transactions.
Callers may remain anonymous, with no pressure to reveal their identity. If the caller’s information results in the arrest of a criminal apprehension of a fugitive, arrangements are then made so the person can receive the reward in CASH and preserve their anonymity.
Nationally, CRIME STOPPERS cases have a 97% conviction rate. Wisconsin CRIME STOPPER Organization has recovered nearly $6 Million in Drugs and Property. The program works for you!
CRIME STOPPERS is a non-profit organization under Section (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is funded through donations from the public. Contributions are tax deductible. If you wish to make a donation to Crime Stoppers, please call the Taylor County Sheriff’s Department at for further information or send donations to:
Taylor County Crime Stoppers South Second Street, Medford, WI
We Need Your Support!
Each agency is allowed to provide a summary of its highway safety enforcement and education activities for the year. By participating in the Governor’s Challenge, the agency is then eligible to participate in the National Association of Chiefs of Police Challenge.
In , the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 2nd place in the State of Georgia and the National Challenge. In , the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 3rd place in the State of Georgia Challenge and 1st place in the National Challenge. In the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 1st place in the state of Georgia Challenge and 2nd place in the National Challenge. The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 2nd place in the National Challenge for
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