If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911. Each day, three women are killed in America by boyfriends or husbands. Men, children, elders and pets also become victims of domestic violence.
The fraudulent use of credit cards is not limited to the loss or theft of actual credit cards. A capable criminal only needs to know your credit card number to fraudulently make numerous charges, including cash withdrawals, against your account.
The con artist will appear to be a polite, soft-spoken individual who sometimes poses a police detective, repair person, or banking official. But beware! Behind this familiar facade, lies a cunning, heartless individual with only one goal in mind – getting your money!
If possible, have a phone accessible at all times and know the numbers to call for help. If you need a 911 cell phone, please contact the Victim Services Unit at (386)329-0481 or (386)326-2833. Don’t be afraid to call the police.
The Sheriff has assigned Captains to be responsible for three patrol districts in the county. Each district has a local office to serve you quickly.