I have dedicated my entire career to protecting the citizens and visitors of this county. I know firsthand what type of leadership it takes to run our Sheriff’s Office and keep our county and your family safe. I want to bring back pride to the Sheriff’s Office through full transparency, accountability, professionalism and most importantly the concept of service first.

I want to build an agency that clearly understands its core mission of law enforcement by utilizing proven policing concepts, strong community partnerships and providing our deputies with the best training possible. In doing these things, it is my vision as your Sheriff to make the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office the most trusted, best trained, equipped and performing Sheriff’s Office in the state of Florida.

I respectfully ask for your support and vote.

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2 days ago

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Learn why Mike Fisher is the best choice to be your next Osceola County Sheriff. Experience and knowledge count!
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5 days ago

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Today we honor the men and women who gave their lives in service to our country. Their sacrifices for our freedoms must never be forgotten. “Let their remembrance be as lasting as the land they honored.” – Daniel Webster
Have a grateful and meaningful Memorial Day.
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2 weeks ago

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COUNT THE NUMBERS!
Our current Sheriff has not kept his word to the voters who elected him and the men and women who serve for him in uniform.

Since 2016, there has been ZERO increase in the amount of staffing levels to the Patrol Division.
Listen to that again!
NO NEW deputy positions added to the Patrol Division by this current Sheriff in the last 4 years.

That means our front line law enforcement officers, the ones who are first to respond to emergencies and calls for service have been ignored for the last 4 years. Our men and women in uniform have continued to work short staffed. In many cases they respond to calls without the proper backup, putting themselves in harms way, as the population continues to grow and calls for service increase.

While his budget has increased by $20 million dollars, no more deputies have been allotted for the Patrol Division since 2016.
Examine the attached photos of the current staffing levels in patrol for 2020 compared to the staffing levels from 2016. There are some patrol squads working with less uniform deputies now than they had in 2016.

Responding to calls for service and working with our citizens to solve issues in their neighborhoods is the cornerstone of community policing. The Sheriff's Office can not properly implement community policing strategies without the proper staffing in our patrol division.

The current Sheriff has failed to address this critical shortage for the last four years and this demonstrates a clear lack of vision, leadership and experience in managing a law enforcement agency.
We must focus back on our core mission of law enforcement and as your next Sheriff I have the experience, knowledge and understanding of how to do that the moment I take office.

It's time for real leadership to be restored to the Osceola County Sheriff's office. Vote Mike Fisher for Osceola Sheriff on or ‪before August 18th.‬
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2 weeks ago

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Great meeting today with several retired police officers from Puerto Rico, who now live here in Osceola County. Thank you gentlemen for your time and service in our chosen profession. Your support and trust is a mutual one we now share. Much respect to you all and thank you for your votes! #Fisher2020 #RealLeadership #realgrassroots #2020vision Mike Fisher4Sheriff ... See MoreSee Less

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