Our Community Response Unit (CRU) was created to solve problems that arise in the community. CRU focuses on establishing and maintaining direct community contacts to foster grass root partnerships to address and resolve quality of life issues.
The three branches of CRU are Crime Prevention, Community Policing, and Special Enforcement Teams.
Crime Prevention focuses on educating and training our community through programs, partnerships and initiatives. Community Policing establishes community safety teams at providing service and support through interaction and effective communication with homeowners’ associations. Lastly, our Special Enforcement Teams support patrol districts and high crime areas. SET assists with career criminals and identifying person of interests and dealing head on with the issues that face our community.The three branches of CRU are Crime Prevention, Community Policing, and Special Enforcement Teams.
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He was last seen wearing a grey tank top, blue basketball shorts, glasses and sliders driving his black 2015 Ford Edge plate # HTER38. Havlic is possibly heading north on I-75 and could be in the Tampa area.
Thank you to all the students, faculty, and staff at Summit Christian School who welcomed us for #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay! Your message made us smile 🙂 Sheriff Carmine Marceno is committed to keeping everyone safe, including our schools.
PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAYAll week we have celebrated law enforcement everywhere. We honor them for their sacrifice, bravery, and dedication. Their commitment to public safety is unmatched. Happy Peace Officers Memorial Day to those in law enforcement and their families. Thank you for your service. ... See MoreSee Less
MISSING ADULT The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing Lehigh Acres man, Rastislav Havlik (DOB 10-17-1974).Havlik was last seen leaving his residence in Lehigh Acres wearing a grey tank top, blue basketball shorts, glasses and Jordan sliders. He was driving his black 2015 Ford Edge bearing Florida license plate number HTER38. Havlic is possibly heading north on I-75 and could be in the Tampa area.If you have any information on Havlik’s whereabouts, please contact the Lee County Sheriff’s Office at 239-477-1000 or Southwest Florida Crimestoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS. ... See MoreSee Less
WE'RE GROWING!The Lee County Sheriff's Office has open positions in our Corrections Bureau as a Corrections Clerk!The primary responsibilities of the Corrections Clerk include, Data entry for the intake (booking) and release of inmates; Maintenance of hard copy files; Logging receipts for documents and storage of inmate property; Inspection and distribution of USPS mail for inmates; Operate public video visitation; Operate the control panels/rooms within the facilities; Work reception desk(s) within the facilities to assist the public; Answer incoming calls.For more information, please visit our website, sheriffleefl.org. ... See MoreSee Less
The third Saturday in the month of May has been designated as Armed Forces Day.On this day, we demonstrate our appreciation for those currently serving in the United States military.Sheriff Carmine Marceno and the entire Lee County Sheriff's Office staff wish to sincerely thank those serving in United States Army, the United States Marine Corps, the United States Navy, the United States Air Force, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps. ... See MoreSee Less