Franklin County Sheriff
Rx Take-Back Day:<br />Saturday, April 25

Rx Take-Back Day:
Saturday, April 25

Do you have unneeded prescription drugs in your home?

 

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office will help you safely dispose old medications in a Prescription Drug Take-Back Day event. Deputies will accept your old medications at five area Kroger stores on Saturday, April 25, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

 

  • Rx Take-Back Day:
    Saturday, April 25
  • The Rape Aggression Defense System
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
  • Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event
  • Identity Theft
  • Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips
The Rape Aggression Defense System

The Rape Aggression Defense System

The Rape Aggression Defense System (RAD) is a 12 hour comprehensive female–only course with a focus on awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance.

  • Rx Take-Back Day:
    Saturday, April 25
  • The Rape Aggression Defense System
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
  • Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event
  • Identity Theft
  • Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips
Pedestrian Safety

Pedestrian Safety

In 2014, pedestrians were involved in more than 300 crashes in the Franklin County area. Franklin County Sheriff Zach Scott would like to take a moment to issue these safety reminders.

  • Rx Take-Back Day:
    Saturday, April 25
  • The Rape Aggression Defense System
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
  • Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event
  • Identity Theft
  • Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips
Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events

Be prepared: Active Shooter event training now being offered by our Patrol and SWAT deputies.

 

This four-hour training is available to schools, colleges, businesses, hospitals and places of worship.

 

  • Rx Take-Back Day:
    Saturday, April 25
  • The Rape Aggression Defense System
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
  • Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event
  • Identity Theft
  • Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips
Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event

Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event

We participate in many community events around Franklin County.

 

Some of the activities we can perform include issuing child IDs, hosting a “cruiser show and tell,” speaking about our field at a career fair or presenting a safety talk.

  • Rx Take-Back Day:
    Saturday, April 25
  • The Rape Aggression Defense System
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
  • Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event
  • Identity Theft
  • Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips
Identity Theft

Identity Theft

Sheriff Scott would like to take this opportunity to invite the citizens of Franklin County to join in the Fight Against Identity Fraud.

  • Rx Take-Back Day:
    Saturday, April 25
  • The Rape Aggression Defense System
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
  • Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event
  • Identity Theft
  • Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips
Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips

Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips

Tip #1 Park your vehicle under or near security lights during hours of daylight – If you know your shopping trip will last past dark, park your vehicle under a parking lot security light.

  • Rx Take-Back Day:
    Saturday, April 25
  • The Rape Aggression Defense System
  • Pedestrian Safety
  • Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
  • Book a FCSO Deputy for Your Public Event
  • Identity Theft
  • Sheriff Zach Scott’s Shopping Safety Tips

"Serving Our Community"

"The Franklin County Sheriff's Office, Columbus, Ohio, is a full service law enforcement agency, an arm of the courts, and the custodial keeper of those who break the law. It is the mission of the Franklin County Sheriff's Office to protect the lives and property of the citizens of Franklin County, to preserve the peace, and to prevent crime and disorder while constantly guarding personal liberties as prescribed by law. This must be done with honor and integrity, conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence."