The Uniform Operations Bureau is the backbone of the Sheriff’s Office. The bureau is composed of four divisions: Patrol Districts 1, 2 and 3, and Special Operations.

Patrol Division

Patrol deputies answer more than 250,000 citizen-generated calls for service per year. Their workload has increased more than six percent per year since 2002 (a total increase of 45% since 2002). Average response time for the most dangerous Priority One calls is down to 5.0 minutes.

Personnel assigned to patrol divisions provide continuous law enforcement services to the almost 500,000 residents of Pasco County. Patrol deputies respond to routine and emergency calls for service, conduct initial criminal investigations, enforce traffic laws and provide other vital services to the public.

The county is divided into District 1 (Northwest), District 2 (East), and District 3 (Southwest).

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The District 1 Patrol Division serves as the primary provider of uninterruptedPCSO-U2 law enforcement services to the portion of the county west of US Hwy 41 and north of Ridge Road.

It encompasses approximately 140 square miles and is divided into 10 patrol zones, averaging 14 square miles. This district is divided into north and south sectors.

It provides specialized services and mutual aid to the two nearby incorporated cities (Port Richey and New Port Richey) as needed.

The District 1 Operations Center is located at 7432 Little Road in New Port Richey. The district is commanded by a captain.


UOB_EOpsThe District Two Patrol Division serves as the primary provider of uninterrupted law enforcement services to the portion of the county east of US Hwy 41.

It encompasses approximately 490 square miles and is divided into 10 patrol zones, averaging 49 square miles. This district is divided into east and west sectors.

It provides specialized services and mutual aid to the four incorporated cities (Dade City, Zephyrhills, San Antonio, and St. Leo) as needed. The cities of San Antonio and St. Leo along with Meadow Pointe 1, 2 and 3 contract with the Pasco Sheriff’s Office to provide law enforcement services.

The District 2 Operations Center is located at 36409 State Road 52 in Dade City. The building was dedicated in 2004 and named in honor of slain Pasco Sheriff’s Captain Charles “Bo” Harrison. The district is commanded by a captain.


The District 3 Patrol Division serves as the primary UOB_Trinprovider of uninterrupted law enforcement services to the portion of the county west of US Hwy 41 and south of Ridge Road.

It encompasses over 135 square miles and is divided into 10 patrol zones, averaging 14 square miles each. District Three Operations is located in the Trinity area at 11530 Trinity Boulevard. The district is divided into east and west sectors.

It provides specialized services and mutual aid to the two nearby incorporated cities (Port Richey and new Port Richey) as needed.

The District 3 Operations is located at 11530 Trinity Boulevard in Trinity. The district is commanded by a captain.