Law Enforcement Agencies in Hillsborough County
If you were arrested for a felony or misdemeanor offense, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney about your case. Different law enforcement agencies in Hillsborough County have different policies and procedures that can impact your case.
Your attorney should be experienced in fighting criminal cases in Hillsborough County. Call us today to discuss your case. Our offices are located in downtown Tampa. We have successfully represented hundreds of clients with criminal offenses in the Tampa and Plant City courthouse, including DUI cases.
Find more information on various law enforcement agencies located in Hillsborough County, FL, including:
- the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO);
- the City of Tampa Police Department (TPD);
- the City of Plant City Police Department;
- the City of Temple Terrace Police Department;
- the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Troop C;
- the Tampa International Airport Police Department;
- the University of South Florida Police Department; and
- the Seminole Police Department at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.
After an arrest for DUI, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at the Sammis Law Firm. We provide free consultations to discuss the facts of your case.
Find out more about why you should demand a formal review hearing to protect your driving privileges.
Call (813) 250-0500 today.
TPD’s Law Enforcement Useful Links – Visit the website of the City of Tampa to find a list of quick links to other local law enforcement agencies in and around the greater Tampa Bay Area. The links include local law enforcement agencies, Florida law enforcement agencies, federal law enforcement agencies, and emergency preparedness organizations.
Florida’s Criminal Justice Agency Links – Visit the website of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), to find criminal justice agency links. The links include each of the county law enforcement agencies in Florida including each of the sheriff’s offices and local law enforcement agencies including each of the city police departments.
This article was last updated on Monday, July 15, 2019.