CCSO Honors Community Volunteers

More than 100 community volunteers were honored for their contributions to the Collier County Sheriff ’s Office at the 20th annual spring luncheon.

The luncheon, at the Hilton Naples, opened with a ceremony featuring the CCSO Honor Guard and closed with Sheriff Kevin Rambosk presenting awards to the volunteers.

At CCSO, volunteers assist deputies in a variety of ways, including staffing special events, helping with traffic control, providing research or support to investigators, performing data entry, and assisting with the agency’s many youth programs.Volunteers also patrol neighborhoods in specially marked vehicles, and if something seems out of character, they pass that information along to the deputies.

Ten civilian and auxiliary volunteers received certificates and plaques for the time and effort they unselfishly gave to the agency and the community in 2016:


  • Roger Hill, 3,198 hours
  • Kenneth Robins, 1,994 hours
  • William Leach, 1,503 hours
  • Brad Hale, 1,378 hours
  • Paige Long, 1,356 hours


  • Richard “Barry” Liner, 1,497 hours
  • Charles Montgomery, 1,313 hours
  • Ernest Durso, 853 hours
  • Michael Provost, 731 hours
  • Michael Day, 620 hours

CCSO has enhanced its volunteer program, offering citizens even more opportunities to get involved.

Specialized processing and background checks are necessary to become a volunteer.

For more information on becoming a CCSO volunteer, call239.252.0530, or go to to download an application.

Photo Credit(s) to Cpl. Efrain Hernandez/CCSO

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