Carmine Marceno, 2018 - present
The Bronx native started in Suffolk County in 1996. He joined the Collier County Sheriff’s Office in 2003 as a Patrol Deputy, and worked with numerous units within the agency. He transitioned to a larger public liaison role in community policing, eventually retiring as Assistant to Sheriff Kevin Rambosk. He is the recipient of numerous awards and commendations. In 2012 he was awarded the Collier County’s Distinguished Public Service Award, given to the county’s top public servant.
After Public Services, Sheriff Carmine Marceno became Executive Officer to retired Sheriff Mike Scott and assumed supervisory responsibilities for day-to-day operations as a member of Command Staff. He also expanded his community engagement, officially representing the Sheriff in his absence.
In March 2017, Sheriff Carmine Marceno graduated from the FBI National Academy Session 267 and is on track to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. He is a member of the South American Theft Group Intelligence Network, which focuses on Transnational Criminal Networks operating in South Florida and elsewhere. He also volunteers as a board member for Pickup the Ball, a local group dedicated to reaching young people at risk through sports.