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.
Superintendent Melba Luciano and school principals, Osceola County Sheriff Bob Hansell, Kissimmee Police Chief Lee Massie, and St. Cloud Police Chief Pete Gauntlett will join forces on Friday, February 6, to recognize school crossing guards across Osceola County for their service and dedication to student and community safety.
Denn John Middle School - Deputy Superintendent Tom Phelps, School Principal Jose DeJesus, and Kissimmee Police Chief Lee Massie
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