Sheriff William G. "Bill" Prummell Jr. (R)
BS degree, criminology, minor in psychology, St. Leo University; MBA, IMPAC University; master’s degree, criminal justice, American Public University; FBI National Academy, 239th Session; FDLE Senior Leadership Program 12, Florida Sheriffs’ Institute, 104th Session; National Sheriffs’ Institute, FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar (LEEDS).
Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office, 25 years: serving on Patrol, Investigations, Professional Standards, Support Services, Corrections; elected Sheriff of Charlotte County, 2012, assumed office January 8, 2013; re-elected 2016.
Honors and Affiliations
FBINAA; Florida Sheriffs Association; Florida Sheriff’s Legislative Committee; National Sheriff's Association; International Association of Chiefs of Police; SW Florida Chiefs of Police Association; Board of Directors, CARE; chair, Drug Free Chalotte County; Governance Board, Region 6 Information Exchange (RSIX); Board of Directors, Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranches; chair, Florida Sheriff's Task Force, Region 6.