Frequently Asked Questions
For non-emergency reports, suspicious activity, or requests, call the non-emergency number for your area.
Osceola County Sheriff’s Office: 407-348-2222
Kissimmee Police Department: 407-846-3333
St Cloud Police Department: 407-891-6700
Records Custodian: Jamee Fromme
Mailing Address: Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 E Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Q. Someone has abandoned a junk car in my parking lot or on my property. Can the Sheriff's Office tow it away for me?
Osceola County Sheriff's Office
2601 East Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway
Kissimmee, Florida 34744
Complete criminal histories can be obtained by contacting the Florida Department of Law Enforcement at (850) 410-8109 or by logging onto their web site at www.fdle.state.fl.us. However, before requesting a search, you will need the subject's first name, last name, middle initial, race, sex, date of birth and possibly a social security number.
- All property releases involved in an agency case will require written consent from the arresting deputy and/or the case detective prior to scheduling an appointment.
- In order to claim your property, please call the Evidence Unit at 321-697-4300 to schedule an appointment.
Please have your Osceola County Sheriff's Office case number available and you will need a photo ID at the time of your appointment.
- If the property is a firearm, a background check will need to be completed to ensure that the firearm can be possessed by the claimant.
All found property may be claimed after 90 days under these circumstances:
Q. How can I find out if someone is in jail, when someone can be visited, or any other information about persons in jail?
Or you can call the Osceola County Corrections Department at 407-742-4444
Q. Why did it take longer for a Deputy to answer my call this time than on previous calls for assistance?
If you do not know the employee's name, the Chief Operator may be able to determine the employee's name based on a basic description and the time and location the employee was working during the alleged incident. Whether the complaint is anonymous or not, all complaints are followed up by appropriate Sheriff's Office personnel.
If your property is being held for safekeeping, the property will be held for sixty (60) days. If the owner does not claim the property, it will be disposed of after the 60 day period. (F.S.S. 705.105).