Sheriff Marcos Lopez and the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office have once again rolled out their “O.C.S.O. on Wheels” mobile office. Aptly named “Keeping Our Seniors Safe,” this innovative mobile unit is dedicated to engaging with and serving the senior members of our community.

The Sheriff Lopez’s mobile office’s mission is to bring education and resources directly to the doorstep of Osceola County’s seniors. The mobile office is set to visit various assisted living communities, providing a unique opportunity for residents to interact face-to-face with dedicated deputies. These interactions aim to foster a deeper understanding of the safety initiatives and agency programs available to them, including vital projects like Project Lifesaver and Project E.A.S.E.: Emergency Access Safe Entry.

Sheriff's Office Tour

Sheriff Lopez emphasizes the importance of this initiative: “Through this initiative, we aim to enhance awareness, provide education, and implement proactive measures tailored specifically to the needs of our senior population. I encourage all residents to join us in our efforts to prioritize the safety and well-being of our seniors. Together as one, we can create a community where everyone feels safe, appreciated, and supported.”

This initiative is more than just a program; it’s a commitment from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office to ensure that the dignity, safety, and well-being of every senior citizen are upheld. Stay tuned for more information about future locations and operational hours of the “O.C.S.O. on Wheels” mobile office and join hands in making a difference in the lives of our cherished senior community.

For more information view the Sheriff’s video here!