Capt. Lee Ann gets Florida Sheriffs Association Lifetime Achievement Award 

Sheriff Rick Ramsay presents Capt. Lee Ann Holroyd with the Florida Sheriffs Association Lifetime Achievement Award for her service to Monroe County. Capt. Holroyd is the longest-serving, full-time member of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. The FSA offers the award only to Sheriff’s Office members with 40 years of service or more to law enforcement. Capt. Holroyd began her Sheriff’s Office career in 1983 as a civilian employee and became a sworn law enforcement officer in 1987.

She served on road patrol and as a School Resource Officer before beginning a long stint as a Detective with the South Florida High-Intensity Drug Trafficking Area — a group of law enforcement officers who target the region’s drug-related threats. That work prepared her well for her next role as Lieutenant of the Special Operations Division, which also includes narcotics investigations. She has been a Captain with the Sheriff’s Office since 2015 and serves as one of Sheriff Ramsay’s command staff officers and advisors.

She is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, a national training program that augments and strengthens law enforcement officer standards and knowledge. She is also a member or board member of a litany of civic and community service groups throughout Monroe County.

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