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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20 hours ago

Fisher4Sheriff

TBT!! First and last time I have ever had prize roosters (with a serial number) be the key to solving a string of burglaries to homes and hunting camps in the Holopaw area (pictures of some of the property). And yes those roosters were used in a cockfighting ring in Polk Co (a whole other story). In this same week we solved another string of burglaries in Poinciana as well. This was a time when as a property detective you worked the entire county. We have multiple property detective units now. Property crimes continue to be one of the biggest issues our community faces in the way of crime. There is another reason for this post also. As I remembered our fallen heroes yesterday I was reminded of many friends I have lost over the years that I have worked with. In this photo is my close friend and partner Ed Boykin. Sadly Ed left us way too soon and he was a great cop. Ed was always good for a laugh and anyone that knows me, knows I love to have fun at work. He made work fun. Proof of that is in this photo that the media did for the news article. Ed and I both agreed we wanted this to look like a staged photo op. LOL. As you can see a bit of a smirk on his face while I acted like it was the first time I picked up a gun. I was literally in mid sentence saying “how does this thing work Ed” as they snapped the photo.
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2 days ago

Fisher4Sheriff

Great morning spent honoring our fallen Osceola County Law Enforcement Officers and the unveiling of a new monument dedicated to those who died in the line of duty serving this community. I have worked alongside several of the men on this monument. We must never forget the sacrifices those that have gone before us have made. Godspeed my brothers. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

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6 days ago

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Hey everyone!!
It's Invite Your Friends Friday!! Come over & like our page & invite all of your Friends to come over & like us too!! 😁👍🌟
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1 week ago

Fisher4Sheriff

Busy day, so a late TBT. Me at 22 years old, after a shift falling asleep with my son Jared. As a young deputy and father working shift work in Patrol you slept when you could. Uniform Patrol is the backbone of any law enforcement agency. As Police Week is coming to an end in a few days, I would like to give a shout out to all the men and women who make up the Patrol Divisions at our Osceola County law enforcement agencies. I also would like everyone to recognize the sacrifices these men and women in our Uniform Patrol Divisions make. They miss weekends, holidays and special events with their families routinely. They are the defenders who keep us safe while we sleep. They are the first ones in and usually the last ones out. They engage the public more than anyone else at a law enforcement agency does. They are the most often confronted with violent situations. They are asked to be all things and do those things without any hesitation. So when you see a uniformed patrol deputy/officer please thank them for the sacrifices they make to keep us all safe 24/7 365 days a year.

Jueves, Día de Recuerdos: Yo después de un turno, quedándome dormido con mi hijo Jared. Como joven policía y padre trabajando en turnos de trabajo, yo dormía cuando podía. El patrullaje en uniforme es la columna vertebral de cualquier agencia que hace cumplir la ley. A medida que la Semana de la Policía llega a su fin, me gustaría felicitar a todos los hombres y mujeres que conforman las Divisiones de Patrullas en nuestras agencias policiales del Condado de Osceola. También me gustaría que todos reconocieran los sacrificios que realizan estos hombres y mujeres en nuestras Divisiones de Patrullaje en Uniforme. Se pierden los fines de semana, días festivos y eventos especiales con sus familias de forma rutinaria. Ellos son los defensores que nos mantienen seguros mientras dormimos. Ellos son los primeros en entrar y usualmente los últimos en salir. Se envuelven con el público más que nadie en una agencia de cumplimiento de la ley. Suelen ser los que más a menudo se enfrentan a situaciones violentas. Se les pide que sean todo y hagan todo sin vacilación. Así que cuando usted vea a un policía/ oficial de patrullaje uniformado, por favor, ¡agradézcale los sacrificios que ha hecho!
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