CCSO impostor scams

Recently, the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office was notified of phone schemes with callers claiming to be members of the CCSO. These schemes are intended to convince the victim that they have outstanding debts, and failure to rectify these debts will result in their arrest. The caller may then suggest that the victim purchase prepaid gift... Continue Reading →

A comprehensive look into CCSO policies

We hope that the answers to these common questions and concerns regarding law enforcement policies and procedures, will provide our community with the insight to better understand, the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office. We are a progressive law enforcement agency and take pride in being the standard for others to follow. We value our strong relationship... Continue Reading →

Fireworks, now legal on 3 holidays

Governor Ron DeSantis signed Senate Bill 140 into law, making it legal for Floridians to set off real fireworks on three holidays. July 4th is nearly here, and people are stocking up on the necessities: hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad... and fireworks. This year, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill permitting the personal use of... Continue Reading →

CCSO release collectible K9 trading cards

Charlotte County Sheriff's Office is excited to present, collectible K9 trading cards! There are 11 cards available in the collection which feature our K9 deputies. The set includes: K9 Odin Trading Card K9 Anubis- DFC -DavoliK9 Banzai- DFC WedgewoodK9 Copper- DFC SellaK9 Lady Bird- DFC FreitasK9 Odin- Sergeant MusgroveK9 Ozzie- Deputy GiardinaK9 Rino (retired)K9 Ryker-... Continue Reading →

Rental Property Scams

Rental property scams are often found on local buy, sell, trade websites such as Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, Facebook groups, etc. When engaging in a rental transaction, or real-estate purchase transaction through an online classified, consumers should fully vet the person they are going to meet and not deal in cash. Consumers should not render payment... Continue Reading →

Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, Punta Gorda Police Department, and NAACP Official Statement

Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, Punta Gorda Police Department, and NAACP Official Statement Charlotte County, FL - Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell, Punta Gorda Police Chief Pam Davis, and President of the Charlotte County branch of the NAACP Reverend Louis Anderson, met recently to discuss our community’s response to the situation that has developed nationwide as... Continue Reading →

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