When you call the Sheriff's Office, you will first talk with Central Dispatch. The Dispatcher will take some initial information from you, and direct your complaint to a Deputy by either having the Deputy talk with you on the telephone, call you back when the Deputy is on station, or having the Deputy stop at your residence to take the complaint. Information the Dispatcher will need for you to provide are, your name, address, telephone number, the nature of the complaint, where this incident has taken place, and possibly other information depending on the nature of your complaint.
When calling, please keep in mind that the Dispatchers are responsible for all Police, Fire Department and E.M.S. radio traffic, 4 enhanced emergency 911 phone lines and numerous non-emergency phone lines. Please be patient with the dispatcher, and your complaint will be taken and directed to the appropriate person as soon as possible.