Pets on Patrol — See something, say something
Deputy Dogs in conjunction with
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
& Compassionate Cops
About Deputy Dogs
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Dogs, Pets on Patrol program is recruiting residents and their pets to serve as community lookouts while out on their daily walks.
Headed by Lieutenant “Bosco,” a 7-pound Havapoo-Poo, and Deputy “Chance,” an abused and abandoned Florida Cur dog rescued by Lee County Domestic Animal Services and later adopted and deputized by Sheriff Carmine Marceno. The Deputy Dog Pets on Patrol initiative encourages pet owners to pay attention for suspicious activity while out with their pets. They are also encouraged to help the Lee County Sheriff's Office prevent animal abuse in their neighborhoods.
Anything seen or sniffed can be reported to our crime prevention hotline, (239) 477-1000. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the online registration form.