PSMP Seeks New Members
The Pasco Sheriff's Mounted Posse will be in search of new members as of January 2015. If you would enjoy serving the citizens of Pasco County while enriching the relationship you have with your horse, you are invited to apply.
Thank you for your interest in joining the PSMP.
Meet the PSMP
The PSMP is out and about at many events throughout Pasco County. Check the schedule below to see the posse in action. You are welcome to pet the horses and have your picture taken with them.
Saturday 5/16 Meadow Pointe II, Spring Fling 10am - 2pm
Saturday 5/16 South Holiday Branch Library, 11am - 4pm
Saturday 5/23 Meadow Lawn Cemetery Veteran's Memorial, 11am, New Port Richey
Monday 5/25 National Cemetery Veteran's Memorial, 11am, Bushnell
Tuesday 5/26 Holiday Community Outreach, St. Paul deVincent Catholic Church, 4843 Mile Stretch Dr, Holiday
Saturday 6/6 Training Day 9am-1pm Pot Luck Lunch
Saturday 6/13 Training Day 9am-1pm Pot Luck Lunch & General Membership Meeting
Wednesday 6/24 Summer Camp Presentation at James Irvin Civic Center 38122 MLK Dade City 10am-11am
Wednesday 6/24 Summer Camp Presentation at Centennial MS 38505 Centennial Rd Dade City 1pm -2pm
Click the photo to download full size flier (pdf)
If you are a motivated, experienced rider between the ages of 14-17 you are eligible to join the Pasco Sheriff's Mounted Posse, Junior Division.
- Must have a horse or access to one
- Maintain a C average
- Ability to attend events & training
- Knowledge of horses and adequate riding skills
- Willingness to undertake additional training if necessary
Serving Pasco County
Pasco Sheriff's Mounted Posse (PSMP) is a 501(c) (3) under the Pasco Sheriff's Office incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida as Pasco Sheriff's Charities, Inc. and provides mounted assistance to the Pasco Sheriff's Office for Search & Rescue Operations and a wide range of special events. The Pasco Sheriff's Office has two mounted units. The Pasco Sheriff's Office Mounted Unit is comprised of sworn deputies and the Pasco Sheriff's Mounted Posse is comprised of civilian volunteers. Both units own their mounts. All the members of the Posse donate their time to provide services that benefit our community. Posse members, both horse and rider, participate in challenging drills and training exercises that increase rider and mount partnership and prepare the team to safely participate in public functions. Click here to learn more about the Posse.
Sheriff Chris Nocco
I would like to commend the members of our Mounted Posse for their commitment to community service. Our Mounted Unit and Civilian Mounted Posse works special details, assisting with crowd control and security at parades, fairs, festivals, rodeos, dignitary protection, searches, and other special events.