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Citizen Complaint/Commendation Form

It is essential that the citizens of Alachua County have confidence in their Sheriff's Office and the administration which supervises the exercise of police authority. This mandates that procedures for investigating and resolving all complaints and allegations of misconduct be instituted.

Although citizen complaints are frequently based upon misunderstandings of the law or established law enforcement procedures, they are of great concern and can lead to a mistrust of law enforcement if not investigated or explained. All citizens are encouraged to bring forward legitimate grievances regarding employee misconduct.

All complaints received against the ACSO or any employee will be investigated and resolved.

Employees will be notified of all commendations received.

If you would like to make a complaint against an Alachua County Sheriff's Office employee, or commend an employee, please use the form below, or call (352) 367-4000 and ask to speak with the employee's supervisor.

In order to improve services to the Citizens of Alachua County, we would also appreciate it if you would take the time to answer these few survey questions Citizen Survey.

Complaint/Commendation Details
ACSO Employee(s) Involved:
Date/Time of the Occurrence:

Complaint - Brief description of the incident to include when and where the alleged conduct violation(s) took place:

Commendation - Brief description of the act to include when and where the deed(s) took place:

Your Information (All 4 fields are REQUIRED)
Your Name:  
Your Address:  
Your Email:  
Your Phone Number:  

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