The Frederick County Sheriff's Office is active in the community in many ways, making connections in the community and encouraging interaction between law enforcement and the public to build a stronger community that can solve public safety problems together.
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The Citizen Police Academy is designed to give citizens an overview of the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office. Graduates of this course will have a better understanding of the operation of the Sheriff’s Office, and a greater awareness and appreciation of the daily challenges faced by the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office. Learn More!
Community Connections is a program that coordinates with law enforcement and other professionals in the community who specialize in meeting the needs of seniors through planning, education, communication, cooperative strategies, and supportive services. Learn More!
The Frederick County Sheriffs Office D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program began in the fall of 1988, in seven elementary schools in Frederick County, with one Deputy teaching a 17-week Curriculum in the fifth grade classrooms. Learn More!
The School Resource Officer and Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) programs allow deputies from the Frederick County Sheriff's Office to work in Frederick County Public Schools. The Frederick County Sheriff's Office has had a partnership with the Frederick County Public Schools to provide the D.A.R.E. program since 1986 and the school resource officer program since 1998. Learn More!