Sheriff Kevin Rambosk swore in newly appointed Collier County Sheriff’s Office employees at a ceremony Tuesday.
Sheriff Rambosk administered the oath of office to 11 new members at a ceremony at the Professional Development Center, 615 Third Ave. S., Naples.
In front of their families, friends and new colleagues, these men and women affirmed to carry out their duties as deputy sheriffs. They will serve in a variety of positions including patrol and corrections.
Sheila Anderson was appointed to fiscal clerk. She was born in Michigan and has lived in Collier County for 11 years. She comes to CCSO from working at Rose Marina on Marco Island.
Xavier Carrillo was appointed to Corrections officer. He was raised in Naples and is a graduate of Palmetto Ridge High School. He comes to CCSO with military experience, and from working at the Village Pub.
Deborah Davis was appointed to criminal research investigator. She was born and raised in Illinois and has been a Collier County resident for eight years. She studied sociology and criminal justice at the University of Massachusetts. She previously worked as a senior juvenile probation officer at the Department of Juvenile Justice.
Steven Dehaan was appointed to law enforcement officer. He was born in North Carolina and has lived in Florida for less than a year. He graduated with an associate’s degree from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He comes to CCSO from the Pascagoula Police Department in Mississippi.
Jon Dubler was appointed to law enforcement officer. He was born and raised in New York. He served for five years in the New York Air National Guard. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in education. He comes to CCSO from the St. Petersburg Police Department and the Department of Veterans Affairs Police Services.
Jack Ison was appointed to auto mechanic at CCSO Fleet Management. He was born and raised in Naples and is a graduate of Barron Collier High School. He served in the Army and is a veteran of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. He comes to CCSO after working 20 years at Tamiami Ford.
Stanley Perez Jr. was appointed to deputy trainee. He was born and raised in the Virgin Islands and has been in Collier County for a couple of months. He previously worked for the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands.
Vito Perilli was appointed to law enforcement officer. He was born and raised in New York. He is a graduate of Seton Hall University, where he earned master’s degrees in training development, human resources and educational leadership administration. He comes to CCSO with 23 years of experience as a law enforcement officer with the New York Police Department.
Dominique Regis was appointed to jail technician. She was born and raised in New York and has lived in Collier County for less than a year. She is a graduate of the University of Trinidad and Tobago, where she studied mechanical engineering technology.
Brian Tarazona was appointed to jail technician. He was born in Colombia and raised in New York. He served in the Army National Guard.
Yassiel Veciana was appointed Corrections officer trainee. He was born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Collier County. He is a graduate of Palmetto Ridge High School. He attended Edison State College, where he studied political science. He previously worked at Sweetbay Supermarket.