Robert Rodriguez, Major

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Child Protective Investigations Division

Major Rob Rodriguez began his career with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in 1995 as a volunteer Reserve II Deputy. In 1997, Major Rodriguez was hired as a full-time deputy and has served in many areas of the agency, including Patrol, DUI Enforcement, Community Resource, Field Training Supervisor, Operations Corporal for the Department of Patrol Services, Criminal Investigations Division, Child Protective Investigations Division, and as the Commander of District IV.  Major Rodriguez currently serves as the Division Commander of the Child Protective Investigations Division.  Major Rodriguez and his wife have been married for 29 years and they have three sons. 

Major Rodriguez is a graduate of Saint Leo University and possesses a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Critical Incident Management. Major Rodriguez is also a graduate of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Senior Leadership Program (Class #18) and the Southern Police Institute’s Administrative Officers Course (Class #144).

Availability of Auxiliary Aids and Interpreter Services

Interpreter Services for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing

If you are deaf or hard of hearing, you are entitled to interpreter services at no cost to you. Please inform your investigator of the type of auxiliary aid or service you need.

Interpreter Services for Limited English Proficiency

You are entitled to receive services and information in appropriate languages, other than English, to ensure effective communication and participation in all program, services, and activities administered by the Department of Children and Families and its contracted providers. Please inform your investigator of your language needs and interpreter services will be provided at no cost to you.