Community Response Coordinator Kayce Bernard joined the Lee County Sheriff’s Office on October 3, 2005, as a Correction Clerk. Kayce has had the opportunity to work in multiple units within the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, such as Corrections, HR, Benefits, Wellness, Purchasing, and Legal. Kayce is an avid animal lover, and when an opportunity was presented to her in December 2021 to work in the Animal Cruelty Task Force, she was elated. Kayce looks forward to helping educate the community and being a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
Kayce is proud to say she is a Lee County native and has a passion for community service. She is in her Junior year at Florida SouthWestern State College, majoring in Paralegal Studies, and possesses a certificate from Florida SouthWestern in Paralegal Real Estate.
She has been nominated several times for civilian of the year and quarter. Kayce was also awarded in 2010 with the Good Conduct and in 2018 with the Grand Cordon Award.
Kayce also possesses over 67-course certificates for Lorman Education Services on various topics ranging from customer service, legal, HR, et. She was also a certified Fit Force Coordinator from Jun 2017 to Jun 2018.