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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3 days ago

Fisher4Sheriff

Great time at Viva Osceola today. Met and saw so many great people! Among those were my dear friend Maribel Lopez. I also got to meet Ada Nieves and her dog “Manhattan” (Aka Mr. Bruce) who was featured in the movie “Hustlers” starring Jennifer López. Manhattan was sporting those sun glasses like a boss! Thank you to our volunteers who came out to help today and spread our message! Wiley Black, Angel Ramos, Angie Persinger Whittemore, Denny Whittemore, JoyCee Lee, Jordan Paul Fisher, Rafael Sanchez and Michelle Alers. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Fisher4Sheriff

I am a big advocate of Youth and High School Sports and have been involved in them for most of my life here in Osceola County. From playing sports, being a volunteer youth ice hockey coach, to a parent volunteer at Gateway High School. Sports teach student athletes many valuable life lessons. Things such as team work and collaboration. Through sports student athletes can expand leadership skills, by way of older students mentoring younger ones as they move up. Sports also allows them to use time management skills, problem solve and overcome adversity. I am proud to support all of Osceola County’s student athletes. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Fisher4Sheriff

Go with the candidate that has a proven track record!! Mike has the most law enforcement operations experience, the most education and training and the most experience in law enforcement leadership, supervision and management than any current candidate. Mike is clearly the most qualified candidate to lead the men and women of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office and be our next Sheriff.
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2 weeks ago

Fisher4Sheriff

Great time supporting such a great organization. The Guardian ad Litem Program advocates for the best interests of abused, abandoned, and neglected children here in Osceola County. The court appoints a Guardian ad Litem who then becomes familiar with a child’s case and makes recommendations to the Court to help ensure a safe, caring and permanent environment. To learn more about the Guardian ad Litem program here in Oscoela County click here: galosceola.org/ ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Fisher4Sheriff

Today, September 28th, has been designated National Law Enforcement Suicide Awareness Day. In 2018 we had more officers in the US lose their life to suicide than line of duty deaths. There has always been a stigma in law enforcement that makes it taboo to come forward and seek help when we are experiencing any type of addiction or mental health issues. We need to fix this stigma by recognizing the affects this career can have on our men and women who serve daily by making sure they are safe from within first. We give all types of equipment and training to protect them from physical harm, but from day 1 on the job we do little to nothing to help them deal with the affects this profession has on their mental wellness. If you are a law enforcement officer and need help don’t be afraid to reach out and talk to someone.
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