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The Suwannee County Sheriff's Office is searching for these missing persons.

Please if you know of any information that could solve these missing persons, call our tips line to stay anonymous or call the Sheriff's Office. 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

IF YOU SEE ANYTHING THAT DOESN'T QUITE FEEL RIGHT CALL OUR TIPS LINE 24 HOURS A DAY

 208-8477(TIPS)

IF YOU WISH TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
YOU CAN AND WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
 
REMEMBER SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING!
 
 

 

 

 CALL OUR TIPS LINE 208-8477 (TIPS)

 

 
 
REMEMBER YOU ARE THE EYES AND EARS OF OUR COMMUNITY, GET INVOLVED BUT YOU CAN STAY ANONYMOUS. HELP PREVENT A CRIME IN YOUR AREA.
 
 
 
 
REMEMBER OUR #9PMROUTINE
 
#LockItOrLoseIt
 
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ATTENTION STUDENTS IN SUWANNEE HIGH SCHOOL, BRANFORD HIGH SCHOOL AND SUWANNEE MIDDLE SCHOOL 
YOU CAN NOW SUBMIT A TIP USING OUR
P3 APP
"TAP THE APP"
 
YOU CAN REPORT PLANNED VIOLENCE
AND WEAPONS ON YOUR CAMPUS SAFELY AND NOT BE IDENTIFIED 
WE DO NOT WANT YOUR NAME JUST YOUR INFORMATION KEEP YOUR CAMPUS AND YOUR FRIENDS SAFE REMEMBER 
"TAP THE APP"
 
 

 

Crime Stoppers is getting ready for
Back to School
Here are a few "TIPS" for our followers
 

Back-To-School Safety Tips



 
Plan a safe route for your children to take to school and walk it with your child so you will know that they are comfortable with it. Also plan an alternate route in case it should become necessary. 
 
 
 
Avoid planning the route too close to parks, vacant lots, fields, and places where there are not many people around.
 
 
Whenever possible, it's best to walk with other children.
 
 
Be sure that your children know their address, phone number, and a work number for Mom or Dad. Also be sure the child knows how and when to use 911.
 
 
If your child will be home alone after school, make sure that he calls you or a designated contact person as soon as they arrive home. Also make sure the child knows not to use the stove or any other appliance that could cause injury.
 
 
 
Make sure your children are comfortable talking to you about anything that makes them feel uneasy or uncomfortable while away from home such as persons acting suspicious on their way to and from school or if they feel bullied by other children.
 
 
 
When driving, pay very close attention to children who may not be paying attention to you. Also obey speed limits in school zones and stop for loading and unloading school buses.
 
 
Here's hoping for a happy and safe school year.
 
 
 
 
 
CALLING OUR TIPS LINE
THIS IS THE ONLY WAY YOU WILL REMAIN ANONYMOUS 

386-208-8477

 

 

 

 

 

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You can link this calendar and the extended version from http://suwannee.k12.fl.us/