COMMITTED TO PROVIDING RESPONSIVE, QUALITY, AND COST EFFECTIVE SERVICE TO THE CITIZENS OF NASSAU COUNTY
On behalf of the men and women of the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office, I welcome you to our website. I invite you to acquaint yourself with this website’s various links and pages to become familiar with our multi-faceted agency and the many services we provide. We hope you’ll discover that this site contains useful information about the Sheriff’s Office, about your community, and about the type of services we offer. The men and women of your Sheriff’s Office are an amazing group of very talented public servants. At all levels within the organization, I see people who care very deeply about providing a great service and being the best they can be. I am truly proud to lead “Nassau County’s Finest.” Our sworn and non-sworn members are committed to providing responsive, quality, and cost effective service to the citizens of Nassau County. We continue to work in partnership with various agencies throughout the community, believing that collaboration is the key to solving problems and achieving goals that will benefit our citizens. Thank you for your interest in our website and I encourage you to visit often.
FROM ALL OF US HERE AT NCSO, PLEASE STAY SAFE!
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A message from Sheriff Bill Leeper: The men and women of the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office are committed to protecting life and property at all
At about 4:45 p.m. Monday NCSO received a call to West Nassau High School in reference to a shooting. Responding deputies determined the incident occurred
Today, the Florida Sheriffs Association (FSA) and Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA) gathered at the Florida Capitol to debunk the myth that drug offenders in
On Sunday, January 26, 2020, NCSO was called to Hibbett Sports located at 464721 SR-200 in Yulee in reference to a shoplifting and battery
John David Adams, 6 years old, recently had a birthday. He asked those who attended his birthday party to not bring him a gift, but
Sheriff Leeper read a book to students at Yulee Elementary School during Celebrate Literacy Week the week of January 27 – 31, 2020.