Public Information

The Public Information Unit works on assignments in traditional programs and public information. The Public Information Officer is the primary liaison with local, national and international media. 

For more information about the Public Information Unit, please visit the Sheriff's Office website. 

Services

Sheriff's Office Annual Reports

The County of San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Annual Report is comprised of all the units within the Sheriff's Office, and their past year's accomplishments.

Crime Mapping

The County of San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office provides Crime Mapping services. 

Emergency Information

The County of San Luis Obispo (SLO) Sheriff's Office provides emergency information for the SLO County community.

Megan's Law

Megan's Law provides the public with information on individuals who have been previously convicted of committing sex crimes and are required to register their whereabouts with local law enforcement. 

Press Releases

The County of San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office provides a direct link to our current and archived press releases for the media and public to view at any time. You can find out more information and view current and past press releases by visiting the County Sheriff's Press Release website. 

Make a Report

You can make a report online for the following types of incidents:

  • Harassing phone calls
  • Lost property
  • Suspicious circumstances
  • Petty theft
  • Bicycle theft 
  • Vandalism
  • Graffiti 

Reverse 911

The County of San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office dispatch facility has the capacity to inform the public directly by sending a phone message to each land-line phone in the San Luis Obispo County to inform persons of evacuation orders, missing persons, Amber Alerts, etc.

To receive these notifications on your cell phone, please register your number with Reverse 911.

Victim Programs

The County of San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office provides a list of Victim Programs offered throughout the San Luis Obispo County community.