Fort Myers Police Department
2210 Widman Way
Fort Myers, Florida 33901
(For Immediate Release)
June 20, 2018
Three FMPD Members Nominated for Rotary Officer of the Year
(Fort Myers, FL) The Rotary Club of Fort Myers South has announced that three Fort Myers Police Officers have been nominated for the organization’s 2018 Officer of the Year award. Those nominated from the department are Sergeant Domonic Zammit, Officer Emelia Lock and Officer Lamar Campbell. The officers are among a total of 12 law enforcement professionals who have been nominated from several agencies throughout Lee County. The group will be narrowed down to a selection of five finalists with the Officer of the Year award being presented to the winner at the Rotary Club’s Law & Order Ball on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 at Germain Arena in Estero.
“To say we are proud of our nominee’s for this year’s Officer of the Year would be an understatement,” said Deputy Chief Randall Pepitone. “Every member of our department deserves recognition but these three consistently go beyond the call of duty and serve as a role model for others,” he concluded.
Now in its fifth year, the Law & Order Ball pays tribute to seven of Lee County’s local law enforcement agencies for their commitment to public safety. To be considered, a nominee must be a full-time sworn officer who is in employed by and in good standing with their nominating agency.
More information on the Law and Order Ball can be found on line at http://www.rotarysouth.org/.
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