Sheriff Carmine Marceno and Bell Tower are excited to announce the opening of a new Lee County Sheriff’s Office community outreach center located in Suite 151.
Community engagement is one of Sheriff Marceno’s top priorities and this second outreach center provides another outlet for positive interaction with the public.
In partnership with other local organizations such as the United Way and the United States Coast Guard, this center will host a variety of classes, public programs, and community engagement events.
In addition, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office community outreach center will also serve as a hub for the Reunite program. The Reunite program is a multi-layered approach to finding missing and endangered people. It will utilize advanced technology, reliable bloodhounds and proven scent kits to be as efficient as possible when conducting searches for missing people.
“The Lee County Sheriff’s Office strives to increase community engagement in innovative ways, and this partnership with Bell Tower is a great example,” said Sheriff Carmine Marceno. “Not only does this new outreach center serve as a centralized hub for Reunite, it also provides an opportunity to bring the community together for special events and activities that focus on public safety.”
The grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Wednesday, October 16th, 2019, from 11:00 a.m.