The Hendry County Sheriff’s Office West District Patrol Division is headquartered at 101 S.  Bridge Street, Labelle.  Fl.  33935.   Our Uniform Patrol deputies provide coverage for approximately 440-square miles that border on three other law enforcement jurisdictions: Collier, Lee, and Glades Counties.  This includes the City of Labelle and outer lying areas of Felda and Pioneer Plantation.

West District Patrol provides full-service law enforcement for the visitors and residents of Hendry County.  The Division’s primary responsibility is to answer all calls for service as well as investigate all aspects of criminal activity.  The Deputies of the West District Patrol Division are responsible for law enforcement service 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.  These deputies pride themselves on professionalism and commitment to their community by addressing any and all community needs.

Often times, deputies are involved in traffic enforcement activities, which allows commuters to safely travel through these jurisdictions.  Uniform Patrol deputies initiate enforcement strategies and assist detectives in investigating serious crimes.

West District Patrol Division is supervised by four road sergeants and is overseen by one District Commander.  This Lieutenant has oversight and coordination responsibilities of all activities, patrol functions and is the direct liaison to the community.