Gary S. Borders
SHERIFF Gary S. Borders

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MISSION STATEMENT
    We will continually strive to maintain and enhance the quality of life in Lake County through service to the community, by working together to provide effective crime prevention, law enforcement and judicial support.

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CORE VALUES
     Integrity, Professionalism, People, Leadership, Loyalty, Commitment, Community, Accountability . . . more.

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Volunteers, Involved, Serving, Identifying, and Organizing Needs:   The V.I.S.I.O.N. Program began in August of 1996. Each department within the Sheriff's Office makes use of volunteers where ever possible. This program is designed for people 55 or older. Currently, our oldest volunteer is 87 and has been volunteering since 1999.

These volunteers are an important part of the daily operations of the Lake County Sheriff's Office. For an application please contact our Community Services Department at 352-326-8108 or fill out an application online (see application link above).

DUTIES:   The V.I.S.I.O.N. program places volunteers in the Lake County Sheriff's Office, Courthouse, Detention Center, and substations located throughout Lake County. These volunteers help with tasks such as data entry, answering phones, filing, assisting in research, fingerprinting and greeting the public. Every year volunteers with our agency contribute thousands of volunteer hours, saving Lake County taxpayers nearly half a million dollars each year.

HOW TO APPLY:   For those interested in our Volunteer Program please contact Linda McFadden in Community Services at 352-326-8108, send an email to commservices@lcso.org, or click one of the application links above.

CURRENT VOLUNTEERS:   Volunteers you can submit your Activity Report to Linda.McFadden@lcso.org.