January 23 Luncheon with Sheriff Carmine Marceno
Join Tiger Bay Club of Southwest Florida on January 23 for a discussion with Sheriff Carmine Marceno
With the retirement of Sheriff Mike Scott, comes a changing of the guard an a new sheriff in town. On Sept. 25, 2018, Governor Rick Scott appointed Lee County’s 13th Sheriff – Carmine Marceno.
Sheriff Marceno brings decades of law enforcement experience, beginning his career in Suffolk County, New York before moving to Southwest Florida where he joined the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.
While with CCSO, he worked as a Patrol Deputy and was a member of numerous specialty units within the agency. He transitioned to a larger public liaison role in community policing, eventually serving as Assistant to Sheriff Kevin Rambosk.
Sheriff Marceno 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.
Sheriff Marceno joined the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in 2013, most recently serving as Undersheriff for more than two years. During that time, Sheriff Marceno assumed supervisory responsibilities for day-to-day operations as a member of Command Staff. Prior to his role as Undersheriff, he was a Captain, serving as the Executive Officer to Sheriff Mike Scott.
In March 2017, Sheriff Carmine Marceno graduated from the prestigious FBI National Academy Session 267
Join us on January 23 to hear from our newest Sheriff and changes to Lee County.
Date: Wednesday, January 23
Registration and networking at 11:30 a.m., with lunch and program at noon.
The Marina at Edison Ford
2360 West First St.
Ft. Myers 33901
Tickets are $35 for members; $45 for non-member
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