Sheriff Ken J. Mascara (D)
AA/AS degree, criminal justice, Indian River Community College; BA degree, criminal justice, Florida Atlantic University; DC degree, Life University; FBI Federal Executive Development Seminar, 2003; graduate, FBI National Executive Institute, Class No. 30, 2007.
St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office – auxiliary deputy sheriff, detention deputy, law enforcement deputy, part-time deputy; elected St. Lucie County Sheriff, 2000; reelected 2004, 2008 and unopposed in 2012
Honors and Affiliations
Citizen of the Year, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 41; Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, American Legion White City, Post 358, 2002, 2004; Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer Award, U.S. Attorney’s Office, 2009; Southern District of Florida Children’s Champion Award, New Horizons of the Treasure Coast, 2010; director, Hundred Club of St. Lucie County; board of managers, Florida Sheriffs Risk Management Fund; member, National Sheriffs’ Association; Advisory Committee, National Task Force on Community Preparedness and Response, 2005; past-president: Treasure Coast Chiefs of Police and Sheriffs Association, 2006; member, Region 5 Gang Reduction Task Force; chairman, Crime Lab Advisory Council; vice president, Florida Deputy Sheriffs Association.