orange county sheriff
How I Can Help.
Collaboratively addressing crime requires us to be at the same table where we can openly discuss the issues, identify problems, and devise effective solutions. I will be at the table with you.
Areas of high priority
Restore Peace & Reduce Crime
Administrative & Operational
TikTok has been determined by researchers and the federal government to be a security and mental health threat, many have asked what a Sheriff can do to Take Control of TikTok. As Sheriff, these are the steps I would take to keep kids safe.
Take Control of Tik Tok! It’s time to lead by example. Parents, school officials, law enforcement agency heads, and all adults – make the pledge to delete the Tik Tok application from your phone and from the workplace.
Take action. Make a stat! Memorialize all criminal activity so deputies and officers can take action. Accountability is necessary.
candidate for sheriff
meet bill moore
Bill Moore is a highly experienced law enforcement professional with over 20 years of service at the Orlando Police Department. As a life-long resident of Orange County, he has a deep understanding of the community and its needs. Throughout his career, Bill has served in a variety of roles, including Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Detective, and as a Federally Deputized Task Force Agent while assigned at the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation.
Bill’s exceptional administrative skills have been demonstrated consistently throughout his career, and his innovative approach to investigating criminal cases has paved the way for others to solve crimes more effectively. He is known for his investigative skills and pioneering techniques, which have helped to drive down crime rates and keep communities safe.
Overall, Bill served as a highly qualified law enforcement officer who has dedicated his life to serving and protecting the residents of Orange County. His experience, expertise, and commitment to excellence make him an outstanding candidate for Orange County Sheriff.
“reset the tone” for acceptable behavior
The prevailing perception in Orange County is that violent crime is on the rise, which is supported by historical crime data and low clearance rates reported to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Furthermore, even minor offenses such as reckless driving are being ignored, which adversely affects the livability of neighborhoods and poses an immediate threat to drivers and pedestrians when this criminal behavior occurs on our roadways.
It is imperative to reset the standards for acceptable behavior for both the community and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. Strong leadership is crucial, and electing a new Sheriff is a necessary step towards achieving this goal.
Unfortunately, deputies lost confidence in the current Sheriff, and their morale has been eroding since 2020, as evidenced by a scathing survey that led to the withdrawal of their endorsement. Low morale still persists today, leading to discontent and early retirements, which ultimately impedes crime prevention efforts and negates any potential benefit from hiring new deputies. Therefore, voting a new Sheriff into office is required to restore the morale of the Sheriff’s Office and provide the community with the safety and protection it deserves. Vote Bill Moore for Orange County Sheriff in August of 2024.
a seat at the table
The campaign logo shows employees and members of the community working together, with the Sheriff, to solve crime. By having a seat at the table, either in person or virtually, members of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, including deputies, as well as members of the community, will have the opportunity to express their perspectives and ideas with an open-minded approach to change, exploring new methods, and abandoning ineffective practices.
REQUIREMENTS TO RUN
Under Article VIII, Section 1 of the Florida Constitution, “There shall be elected by the electors of each county, for terms of four years, a sheriff.”
Under Article VI, Section 4 of the Florida Constitution, in order for an individual to be qualified to hold the office of Sheriff, “No person convicted of a felony, or adjudicated in this or other state to be mentally incompetent, shall be qualified to vote or hold office until restoration of civil rights or removal of disability.”