Introducing Clermont's School Resource Officers

Starting this year, The Clermont Police Department has placed School Resource Officers (SRO) at Clermont Elementary, Cypress Ridge Elementary, Lost Lake Elementary, and South Lake Imagine Charter.

Let’s welcome our newest SROs.

Clermont Elementary School

Clermont Elementary School SRO Wilson Delgado

SRO Wilson Delgado has been with the Clermont Police Department for eleven years. He is from Villalba, Puerto Rico and has worked in several specialty units to include Field Training Officer, Special Response Team and Honor Guard. SRO Delgado has received advanced training for an Active Shooter Threat at the Federal Law Enforcement training center in Glynco, Georgia and is also a graduate of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Swat School.

He is excited and thankful to be assigned to the Clermont Elementary where he looks forward to interacting and mentoring children. He looks forward to working together with school administrators, personnel, and teachers.

Cypress Ridge Elementary School

Cypress Ridge Elementary SRO Moe Nasser

SRO Moe Nasser has over 25 years of Law Enforcement experience and retired as a Lieutenant from his prior agency. SRO Nasser has had the opportunity to work in many different units during his law enforcement career including the Detective Bureau, Auto Theft Unit, Field Training Supervisor, Patrol Supervisor. SRO Nasser has received advance training in the A.L.I.C.E. Active Shooter program along with the Active Shooter Threat held at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia. He is also trained in Crisis Intervention Training.

SRO Nasser not only looks forward to being a School Resource Officer, but also as a mentor and educator to the students at Cypress Ridge Elementary.

Imagine South Lake Charter

Imagine South Lake Charter School SRO Jeremy Kevitt

SRO Jeremy Kevitt is a twenty-four-year veteran of police work. His previous duties have included patrol, narcotics unit supervisor, major crimes detective. He is a certified Active Shooter Instructor, Field Training Officer, and Acting Supervisor, as well as received training in defensive tactics, gang and drug identification and investigation, crisis intervention, advanced emergency medical training. He has been part of the Clermont Police Department for over 13 years. Officer Kevitt is a proactive participant in school safety and strives to have a positive impact on students.

He says he believes, “there is no greater responsibility nor reward than to protect our most vulnerable population, our children.”  He says he is looking forward to working with the students and staff of Imagine South Lake Charter School.

Lost Lake Elementary

Lost Lake Elementary School SRO Sanchez

SRO Sanchez began his police career in 1982 as a Police Officer assigned to the New York Housing Authority Police Department. While at the Housing Police Department, his assignments included Uniformed Patrol, Anti-Crime Plain Clothes and as a Detective in Investigations. In 1995, he was promoted to Sergeant and was assigned to the Patrol Division and the Community Relations Division. In 1995, the Housing Authority Police Department merged with the NYPD where his assignments included the Organized Crime Control Division-Narcotics Division. He was assigned a team to conduct narcotic undercover operations and investigations. He finished his career in the NYPD in 2005 as a Detective Sergeant at the 41 Precinct (Fort Apache) in the South Bronx after 23 years of service.  In 2007, he became a Police Officer with the Clermont Police Department and assigned to the Patrol Division and later transferred to the Detective Division.

SRO Sanchez says that he is happy to pass on any experiences and life lessons in my new assignment as well as provide security and protection to the students and staff tasked.  I am looking forward to working with the wonderful staff at Lost Lake Elementary, Go Lions!”

Parents are encouraged to contact their student’s assigned SRO for any questions or concerns.

Learn more on safety in our schools by visiting SCHOOL SAFETY

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