|Operation Blue Bird
|Fishing for Success|
|Teen Driver Program
|Operation Spring Break
|False Alarm Reduction Unit Overview|
|Burglar & Fire Alarm Classes
|Alarm Company Procedures|
|Alarm Information Alert|
|False Alarm Appeal Guidelines|
|Frequently Asked Questions|
|Agency Frequently Asked Questions|
|Beat the Heat|
|Seniors vs. Crime
|Internet Safety Links|
The Sheriff's Office partners with Florida's Attorney General to bring Seniors vs. Crime to Alachua County. The program goal of Seniors vs. Crime is to reduce victimization of senior citizens who are often targeted for specific crimes based on their age. The program is staffed by Senior Sleuth volunteers and provides direct consumer protection services to seniors who may have been victimized or otherwise taken advantage of by businesses or service providers. Civil cases are referred to Seniors vs. Crime. Criminal cases are referred to law enforcement. For Gainesville and surrounding areas Seniors vs. Crime is open every Wednesday and Thursday from 11am to 3pm in a storefront just inside the main entrance to the Sheriff's Office.
Alachua County Sheriff's Office
2621 SE Hawthorne Road, Gainesville FL 32641
For more information contact the Alachua County Sheriff's Office Public Information Office, (352) 367-4050 or send us an email.
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This information is made available to the public and law enforcement in the interest of public safety.