14750 Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33912, USA
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Public Information Office

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Public Information Office (PIO)

The Public Information Office strives to be responsive and professional in its activities. We act in full compliance with the Florida Public Records Law and in the best interests of the agency, the news media, and the people of Lee County. Routine media inquiries and records requests are handled as expeditiously as possible during normal business hours.

This office handles all media inquiries, issues news releases, responds to public records by members of the media, coordinates agency social media, special projects and other communications.

The office is staffed Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., at our Main Headquarters off Six Mile Cypress Pkwy. For general media inquiries, please email the Public Information Office at publicinformationoffice@sheriffleefl.org or contact via phone at 239.477.1340.

Written records, including arrest affidavits and offense reports, are not available after hours. Staff will not have information readily available regarding non-fatal vehicle crashes, routine arrests, crimes not resulting in death or critical injury, or the status of cases that are not considered breaking news.

Should there be a high profile or large scale incident after hours, on holidays or weekends the media will be notified in the form of a press release.

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Meet Our Staff

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Anita
Iriarte

Captain

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Chris
Fine

Sergeant

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Nestor
Montoya

PIO

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Jessie
Santero

PIO

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Julie
Martin

PIO

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The News-Press (Fort Myers and Cape Coral) we are absolutely allowing donations through to Pine Island. We have even coordinated to have several Publix trucks deliver to the island. Access through Matlacha was being prohibited due to the collapsed roadway. We are not prohibiting donations and supplies are being coordinated by other agencies such as FEMA. Access was limited for the safety and security of the residents as well as search and rescue missions. #facts www.news-press.com/story/weather/hurricane/2022/10/04/pine-island-hurricane-ian-aid-lee-county-sh... ... See MoreSee Less
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MEDIA PARTNERSSheriff Carmine Marceno will be hosting a press conference at Getaway Marina near the base of the Matanzas Bridge today, 10/5, at 4:30 p.m. in reference to Hurricane Ian recovery updates.Please bring all audio & video equipment you will need. ... See MoreSee Less
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