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Community Bulletin Board

In an effort to continue building partnerships with you, our community members, the members of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office are taking steps to add useful content to our website.

If you have a suggestion just let us know.

Each Deputy will be given an email account. If you want to send a message all you need to do is know the Deputies name and click on the link provided on the contacts page.

You may also choose to enter the email address directly into your email program:
Example: If your Deputy’s name is “Officer Friendly” the email address will be “ofriendly @ leeso.org”

As defined by: CICP                                                

Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques, to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime.

Community Policing is comprised of three key components:

Community PartnershipsCollaborative partnerships between the law enforcement agency and the individuals and organizations they serve to develop solutions to problems and increase trust in police.
Other Government Agencies
Community Members/Groups
Nonprofits/Service Providers
Private Businesses

Organizational TransformationThe alignment of organizational management, structure, personnel, and information systems to support community partnerships and proactive problem solving. Management
Climate and culture
Labor relations
Strategic planning
Organizational evaluations
Organizational Structure
Geographic assignment of officers
Resources and finances
Recruitment, hiring, and selection
Personnel supervision/evaluations
Information Systems (Technology)
Communication/access to data
Quality and accuracy of data

Problem SolvingThe process of engaging in the proactive and systematic examination of identified problems to develop and rigorously evaluate effective responses.
Scanning: Identifying and prioritizing problems
Analysis: Researching what is known about the problem
Response: Developing solutions to bring about lasting reductions in the number and extent of problems
Assessment: Evaluating the success of the responses
Using the crime triangle to focus on immediate conditions (victim/offender/location)

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