Welcome to the website of the Racine County Sheriff's Office.
We hope you will find the information you are looking for within these pages. Our agency remains dedicated to providing the core services that help maintain public safety, peace, and order in Racine County. We remain committed to utilizing our resources in the most efficient and responsible manner possible. Our citizens expect these things, and deserve them. It is our great privilege to deliver these services to them.
- Aug 25
RACINE-On 08/23/2016 agents from the Racine County Sheriff’s Office Metro Drug Unit served a search warrant in the 1700 block of Douglas Avenue. Agents recovered marijuana, cocaine, THC oil, ecstasy, over 100 grams of psilocybin mushrooms and 163 hits of L.S.D. The total street value of the drugs has not yet been determined but estimated to be over $10,000. As a result of this search warrant, the following three individuals have numerous drug related felony drug charges pending: Dragan Llic, age 33 of Racine, WI. Benjamin L. Verstynen, age 27 of Racine, WI. Rae L. Brayden, age 20, of Kenosha, WI.
- Aug 24
Some very special people delivered these today. There is a package for every sworn member of our office, including our K-9s. Everyone involved in this is a reflection of our community. Racine County residents support each other like no other. On behalf of all of us, we thank you.
- Aug 23
As we send the littles back to school, many of them will be using a school bus for transportation. This year, flashing amber lights were added to the flashing red lights. Nothing is more important than keeping our children safe. So take the 90 seconds to watch the video on the use of the amber and red lights. Don't forget to share this with your teen drivers too!
- Aug 15
Great job Racine county sheriffs officer. As I was passing the park-and-ride on highway 20 and the interstate, a businessman in a suit flagged down an officer driving past, lots of luggage in tote, the man was clearly asking for directions pointing in all directions trying to find out how to get somewhere. The officer told him to hop in and away they went. If I could have gotten a picture or a car number I would've, but I was driving