14750 Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33912, USA
911 (Emergency)
239-477-1000 (Non Emergency)



Sheriff Carmine Marceno

Thanks for visiting the Lee County Sheriff’s Office home page. I can’t tell you how excited and humbled I am to serve as your Sheriff.

Keeping you safe is my number one priority. That means having only the best law enforcement team you can find. We are forward thinkers, innovative and effective in every aspect of this agency.

See BioSee Initiatives

Latest News

Missing and Endangered Man UPDATE

Missing and Endangered Adult UPDATE UPDATE: Rogers has been located. Original post: The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating missing and endangered man, Jacob Rogers[…]

Read more

Woman Arrested for Intentionally Striking Deputy with Vehicle

Monday, April 5, 2021 “I am outraged and will not tolerate acts of violence toward our deputies,” stated Sheriff Carmine Marceno. “I am so thankful our deputy is going to[…]

Read more


Sunday, April 4, 2021 UPDATE #1: Torres Jr. has made threats of self harm and harm to others. If you see him or have information on his whereabouts, please do[…]

Read more

Our Social Media

Be sure to Like and Follow Us on our social media platforms below. There is an option to do so in each feed.

Sheriff Carmine Marceno will be joining @LeeCountyFLBOCC this morning in a joint press conference announcing the opening of the new COVID-19 vaccination center at the Edison Mall.

#LeeCounty #SheriffCarmineMarceno

Detectives from our Construction Special Investigations Unit, along with the Cape Coral Police Department, visited with the CCCIA to discuss crimes in the construction industry and our goals for eliminating them

Congratulations to LT. Richard Castellon who was nominated by Florida State Representative Spencer Roach and selected by Speaker Chris Sprowls to be the Law Enforcement Officer of the Day on March 31!

Load More...


This morning, Sheriff Carmine Marceno joined County Manager Roger Desjarlais and Commissioner Kevin Ruane as the new COVID vaccination site was announced.The Lee County Sheriff's Office’s role at the Edison Mall vaccination site remains the same. We will continue to provide a law enforcement presence to make sure everyone stays safe.Like the RSW site, uniformed deputies will be on scene for security during operation hours. Members of our CRU unit will also be present to provide informational material and to supply snacks and water.As always, remain calm and cooperate with deputies as they give you directions on site. Please be patient, and be prepared. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Happy Telecommunications Week to call-takers and dispatchers everywhere, especially our team here at the Lee County Sheriff's Office!Our Communications Division plays a vital role in keeping everyone in Lee County safe. They are typically the first line of communication in an emergency and they don't skip a beat! This team of sharp individuals receives and disseminates the vital information to first responders. They truly are heroes!It is not an easy job, and we can't thank them enough for their hard work! #telecommunicationsweek2021 #SheriffCarmineMarceno ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
Today, we reflect and remember the life of Deputy Dwight Lynn Hall. On April 11th, 1979, Deputy Hall responded to a call of a suspicious person. The suspect was at a county park on Fort Myers Beach after hours. While being questioned by Deputy Hall, the suspect began to run. Deputy Hall tackled the suspect to the ground, but while involved in the struggle, the suspect removed Deputy Hall’s gun and fatally shot him. Deputy Hall served with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for two years. He was an asset to our west district, often patrolling Fort Myers beach. It was his mission to keep the residents of Lee County safe, even on his final shift. This morning, members of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office visited the Florida Sheriff’s Association Fallen Officer Memorial in Tallahassee to place a wreath in remembrance of Deputy Dwight Lynn Hall. Thank you for your service, Deputy Hall. We will never forget your dedication to our community. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
UPDATE:Taylor has been located safe.Original Post:Missing and Endangered Adult The Lee County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance in locating missing and endangered woman, Shirley Taylor (DOB 03/26/1936). Taylor has waist-length blonde and gray hair, blue eyes, is 5’4”, and weighs 130 lbs. She was last seen in the area of Brookdale on South Bay Drive in Bonita Springs around 12:00 PM. She was wearing a white shirt with unknown color bottoms. Taylor does have a diminished mental capacity and is known to wander. JS/21-177851If you have any information of Taylor’s whereabouts, please contact the Lee County Sheriff's Office at 239-477-1000 or SWFL Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

Join Our Team! 


LCSO benefits plans are designed to ensure the health, satisfaction and peace of mind for every member of our team as they contribute their knowledge and skills to helping us serve our community. They consist of FRS retirement plans, LCSO Self-Funded Health Insurance Plan along with an employee health clinic and life insurance. In addition, employees begin accruing sick, vacation, and personal time on their first day of employment.

HR Open Positions