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Police Chief


Employment History

  • Sheriff's Office Captain of Sector 2
    Orange County
  • Chief
    Kissimmee Police Department
  • Police Chief
  • Commander for the Patrol Division Sector 2
    Orange County Sheriff's Office
  • Sector 2 Captain
    Orange County Sheriff's Office
  • Chief
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"Kelly was known to frequent the ..., 4 Mar 2014 [cached]
"Kelly was known to frequent the area of East Vine Street and Main Street," Kissimmee Police Chief Lee Massie told Headline Surfer®.
Photo for Headline Surder® / After 10 years, Kissimmee Police Chief Lee Massie said it's long overdue for someone to come foerward and cooperate in the investigation into the beating death of Kelly Ann Balderas in her room at the former Breeze Inn.
"Kelly was known to frequent the area of East Vine Street and Main Street," Kissimmee Police Chief Lee Massie told Headline Surfer®.
According to Lee Massie, ..., 23 Feb 2011 [cached]
According to Lee Massie, Orange County Sheriff's Office captain of Sector 2, East Orlando is the largest of the 6 sectors within Orange County and answers the most calls annually.
"To have a facility like this affords us an opportunity to be more involved in the community we serve," Massie says.
"Most rooms are set up to do just about anything," Massie says. There is an on-site fitness facility that is open to all Orange County Sheriffs and a laundry room.
Another unique thing you'll find at the Lake Underhill substation is empty offices and open rooms. "This building was built for anticipated growth," Massie says.
Despite being in a substation, Massie emphasizes the importance of being connected and working hand-in-hand with the Sherriff's Office. "We're not going to be two separate entities - we're a continual seamless operation," Massie says. This is done through the utilization of technology, which Massie says needs to be embraced in order to be effective. Through an online Orange County map viewer, Massie can view recent crimes that have occurred in specific areas, and then conclude where to send his deputies. If he starts to notice trends of suspicious people, he can post this on a virtual bulletin board that all sectors of the Sheriff's Office are privy to, in an effort to share information.
"There's a way to be both efficient and effective," Massie says. "I have so many resources at my disposal. We can now merge crime analysis with enforcement - instead of looking for a needle in a giant hay stack, I can make the hay stack a little smaller. Massie, who grew up in East Orange County and whose parents still live in the area, says he has a vested interest in keeping this community safe.
According to Massie, the next step is getting the citizens involved. The Orange County Sherriff's Office website - - provides a wealth of helpful tips and information, as well as the opportunity to sign up for crime alerts. "We really want to reach out to citizens," Massie says.
Kissimmee Police Department's ..., 12 Oct 2012 [cached]
Kissimmee Police Department's new chief, Lee Massie, will be sworn in Tuesday during the 6 p.m. Kissimmee City Commission meeting at Kissimmee City Hall, 101 N. Church St. It is open to the public.
Massie will be sworn in as the 17th police chief for Kissimmee, succeeding Chief Fran Iwanski, who retired Friday after 25 years with the force.
Massie has spent 28 years throughout Central Florida in law enforcement service, most recently as interim police chief for the Windermere Police Department on loan from the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
During his tenure at the Orange County Sheriff's Office, Massie served as commander for the Patrol Division Sector 2 and was the director of the Central Florida Intelligence Exchange (CFIX) Fusion Center.
"I welcome the opportunity to utilize my experience and leadership skills as the police chief for the city of Kissimmee," Massie said in a statement.
Lee Massie is a finalist for ..., 21 July 2012 [cached]
Lee Massie is a finalist for chief's job in Kissimmee
Interim Windermere police Chief Lee Massie has turned down the town's offer to take the job permanently and is pursuing the job of Kissimmee police chief.
Massie, who has led the Windermere police department since April, would not elaborate on his interest in the Kissimmee job, saying it was "still in the process.
The Town Council had selected Massie for the job after a search that attracted more than 140 applicants.
Massie, an Orange County Sheriff's Office captain on loan to Windermere, is a 28-year veteran of law enforcement.
Orange County Sheriff's Office Sector 2 ..., 17 Dec 2011 [cached]
Orange County Sheriff's Office Sector 2 Capt. Lee Massie said he has not seen any uptick in the number of these crimes, but that they are the most typical of the area.
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