Phone: 239-477-1000
Emergency: 911
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Why does it take longer for deputies to respond to some calls than to others?
Why don't I see more deputies patrolling my neighborhood?
Why do the 911 operators ask so many questions when I call?
We have a big traffic problem in our neighborhood. What can be done about it?
We have drug houses and dealers in our neighborhood. What can be done about it?
Can I call the Sheriff’s Office to report a problem and still remain anonymous?
Is there a gang problem in Lee County?
If I want to report something that is not an emergency, do I call 911 or another number?
Can I make a police report over the phone or does a deputy have to come to my house?
Is there a waiting period before I can report someone missing?
What is the Sheriff’s Office doing about getting drunk drivers off the roads?
Can I use 911 on my car phone to report drunk drivers?
How can I find out if someone is in jail or when someone can have visitors at the jail?
How can I get a copy of a police report?
I was the victim of a crime. How do I find out the status of the investigation?
How do I get a concealed weapons permit and can I carry a firearm in my vehicle?
Can a Deputy open my car if I have locked my keys inside?
I have received various phone calls from people representing themselves as police officers and asking for donations. Are they really police officers?
Does the Sheriff's Office do fingerprinting and when can I have it done?
How can I get more involved with the Sheriff’s Office and my community?
How can I file a complaint about a member of the Sheriff's Office?
I found my stolen property in a pawn shop. How can I get it back?
How can I get a copy of a Traffic Crash Report?
What is the Lee County Sheriff's Office policy on Biased Based Profiling?
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