search the sex offender database, and more.
This app benefits from an active internet connection.
About the Lee County Sheriff's Office:
The Lee County Sheriff's Office located in Opelika, Alabama is a full service law enforcement agency serving a population of over 147,000 people in Alabama's 2nd fastest growing county. Located in the east central portion of the state, Lee County covers 616 square miles and is the home of Auburn University. The sheriff's office has 155 employees, 69 of whom are sworn deputy sheriffs. Seven members of the sheriff's office command staff are graduates of the prestigious FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Operating from the W.S. "Buck" Jones Administration building, the sheriff's office maintains an around-the-clock law enforcement presence in rural Lee County.
Brevard County Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement Operations are accredited by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA). The Brevard County Jail Complex is accredited through the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission (FCAC).
Our main Administration Bldg. is located at 700 S. Park Ave. in Titusville. If you are looking for more information about BCSO, visit our website at www.brevardsheriff.com.
This tool promotes a culture of preparedness to assist individuals and families with preparing for, responding to and recovering from all types of disasters that may occur.
· MEMA news releases.
· How to contact MEMA.
· Weather alerts for the entire state.
· Weather radar.
· MEMA’s social media.
· Other emergency alerts.
· How to prepare before a disaster strikes.
· Local information for your area.
· County EMA office contacts.
· Traffic from MDOT.
· Active shelter information during a disaster.
· FEMA information.
For more information about the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, go to www.msema.org.
We are truly excited about this new application provided to you at no cost and hope this technology will benefit you and keep you informed about what is happening at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and in Douglas County.
Please Note – This application is not a replacement for dialing 911, if you need immediate assistance, are in danger or are witnessing a crime in progress as always Dial 911
***This app is not designed to replace 911. If you have an emergency call 911***
Some of the custom DCEMA app features include an RSS News Feed, Blogs, and Social Media Integration to name a few. Never be unprepared in Delaware County/Muncie again for an emergency situation with the DCEMA app.
Messages delivered to this app are intended to be a best effort communication and represent just one component of the Emergency Management communications in your area. This APP is intended to be warnings for the County represented within the app.
Never rely on this app to give you warnings of dangers or emergencies. Utilize all other emergency warnings in your area. Message notifications may be delayed by the carrier or not received during regional emergencies or other periods of high messaging traffic.
Any delivery of messages within this app is not always predictable and, therefore, a message may potentially be significantly delayed or not received.
Push notifications can be turned on and tailored to keep you informed of high priority information.
***This App is not meant to be used to report emergency situations. If you have an emergency please call 911.***
· Latest News
· Latest Arrests
· Submit a Tip
· Important Alert Notifications
· PBSO Social Media
“It has been one of my goals to be more informative to the public through the use of modern technology.” – Sheriff Ric Bradshaw.
Be Advised: This app should not be utilized for emergency situations. For any emergencies always dial 911.