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Command Staff
Chief Tom Weschler
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Chief Weschler began with the Naples Police and Fire Department in September 2007 as the Integrity Control Manager. He was appointed Chief of Police and Fire Services in October 2008. Prior to his appointment, he served for 30 years with the Miami Beach Police Department, retiring as a Major in 2007.

Chief Weschler brings with him extensive experience in the area of law enforcement. His career includes assignments as a Major Crimes Detective, Juvenile Officer and the Narcotics Unit. His Supervisory and Command assignments include Patrol, supervision of the Homicide Unit, Commander of Internal Affairs and the Training Division.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Florida International University and an A.A. from Miami-Dade College.

Associations / Organizations:
He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police; Society of Human Resource Management; Fraternal Order of Police; Co-Chair of the Regional 6 Drug Enforcement Strike Force; Board of Director Member for the Shelter of Abused Women & Children; SouthWest Florida Police Chief's Association; Florida Police Chief's Association; Collier Leadership Graduate 2011. SWF Police Chiefs' Association: 2012 Outstanding Chief Executive Of The Year Award.


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Captain Robert Montagano
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Captain Montagano was hired by the Naples Police Department in August 2012 as the Administrative Services Bureau Captain.  In 2015 he was assigned to supervise the Police Operations Bureau. Prior to his appointment, he served 27 years with the City of Fort Lauderdale Police Department, and retired as Assistant Chief of Police.
During Captain Montagano’s career his work experience included both operational and supervisory assignments as a patrol officer, motor officer, detective, sergeant, captain and major. He has extensive knowledge in planning, training, policy development, purchasing and the establishment of departmental standards and performance measures. Captain Montagano is also an assessor for the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation. 
Captain Montagano has a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with a minor in business economics from the University of Massachusetts, a master’s degree in strategic leadership, and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.

Associations / Organizations:
Throughout his career Captain Montagano has been or is currently, a member of various professional law enforcement organizations that include the Southwest Florida Police Chief’s Association and Florida Police Chiefs Association; Broward County Police Chief’s Association, The International Association of Chiefs of Police, The Hundred Club of  Broward County; appointed member of the Collier County Public Safety Authority.

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Captain John Barkley
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Captain Barkley started his career with the Naples Police Department in January of 1990, assigned as a Police Officer within Patrol Operations. He later worked in Criminal Investigations as a General Crimes Detective and then the Community Policing Unit.

In 2006 he was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to Patrol Operations as a shift supervisor. In 2007 he became the Supervisor of the Criminal Investigations Division, supervising all General Crimes Detectives.

In 2010 he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to oversee the Professional Standards Division. This division includes Internal Affairs, Training, Accreditation and Public Information.

In 2015 he was promoted to Captain and assigned to oversee the Administrative Services Bureau.

Throughout his career Captain Barkley has been involved in multiple facets of the Naples Police Department, such as:
A member of the Honor Guard for over 23 years.
A member of the S.W.A.T. team for 15 years now serving as the team commander.
Supervisor of the D.A.R.E. program for the Naples Police Department and was a D.A.R.E. instructor for 17 years.
A founding member of the department’s “Beat the Heat” racing team.

Captain Barkley holds an A.S. Degree in Criminal Justice from Edison State College and a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Public Safety Administration from Edison State College.

Captain Barkley is an FDLE certified instructor and has been a departmental instructor for 23 years. He is involved in teaching and recertifying officers in areas such as use of force, expandable baton, active shooter response and police vehicle operations, just to name a few.

Awards:
Medal of Lifesaving; 3 Meritorious Service Bars; 2 Outstanding Achievement Bars; 4 Command Recognition Bars as well as dozens of letters of appreciation. He has also received Officer of the Year awards from two separate community groups.

Associations / Organizations:
FBI Joint Terrorism Taskforce; Florida SWAT Association; National Tactical Officers Association; Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner; Fraternal Order of Police.

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Lt. Matt Fletcher
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Lt. Fletcher started his career with the Naples Police Department in January of 1990, assigned as a Police Officer within Patrol Operations. While assigned to patrol operations served in road patrol, bicycle patrol, and the marine patrol. Later he was assigned to criminal investigations as detective in the Vice, Intelligence and Narcotics unit, DEA Task Force, and the General Crimes Unit. He also earned the designation of master officer. 

In 2007 he was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to the Special Investigations Unit within the Criminal Investigations Division. In 2010 he became the Supervisor of General Crimes Unit. 

In 2011 he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to oversee the Criminal Investigations Division. This division includes the General Crimes Unit, the Special Investigations Unit, Crime Scene, and Property and Evidence.

Lt. Fletcher holds an Associates of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Edison State College. 

Awards:
Throughout his career he has received numerous letters of appreciation and awards for Command Recognition, Meritorious Service, and Medal of Commendation. In 2005 he received the Florida Narcotics Officers Association’s Region 5 Officer of the Year Award.


Associations / Organizations:
Chairperson - Juvenile Justice Council;
FBI Joint Terrorism Taskforce; Florida Narcotics Officer Association, DEA Clandestine Laboratory Team, Drug–Free Collier, Collier County Organized Retail Theft Association, International Association of Property Crime Investigators, Fraternal Order of Police.

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Lt. Seth Finman
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Lieutenant Finman started his career with the Naples Police Department in 1995, assigned as a Police Officer within Patrol Operations. Lieutenant Finman also spent five years in the Special Operations Division as a Marine Patrolman and nine years in Criminal Investigations as a General and Economic Crimes Detective.

In 2010, he was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to Patrol Operations as a shift supervisor. In 2011 he became the Supervisor of the Crime Suppression Team.

In 2014, he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to oversee the Patrol Division evening shifts.

Currently Lieutenant Finman supervises the Professional Standards Division. The Division includes Internal Affairs, Training, Accreditation and Public Information.

Lieutenant Finman holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from the Florida State University.

Throughout his career, Lieutenant Finman has been involved in multiple facets of the Naples Police Department which includes Lead Firearms Instructor; Assistant SWAT Team Commander; Awards Committee Chairman; High Liability Instructor; Police Pension Board trustee and past FOP Lodge 38 Vice President.

Awards:
Lifesaving Medal, Meritorious Service Bar, Outstanding Achievement Bars, and Command Recognition Bars.

Associations / Organizations:
Leadership Collier 2015, Florida SWAT Association, National Tactical Officers Association, Florida State University Alumni Association, Fraternal Order of Police.

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Lt. Michael O'Reilly
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Lieutenant O'Reilly began his career with the Naples Police Department in June of 1995, assigned as a Police Officer in Patrol Operations. After working in Uniformed Patrol, he spent several years as an officer in the Community Oriented Policing (COP) unit serving the residents in the neighborhoods of Port Royal and Aqualane Shores. After working in COP, he was transferred to the Criminal Investigations division as a detective, where he investigated persons and property crimes.

He was promoted to Sergeant in 2005 and was assigned as a shift supervisor in Patrol Operations. In 2012, he was transferred to the Professional Standards Division, where he was responsible for Internal Affairs, Training, and Policy and Accreditation. He was an integral part of the Accreditation team in achieving initial accreditation in June of 2014 with the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation.

In 2015, he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to Patrol Operations as a shift Watch Commander.

Throughout his career Lieutenant O'Reilly has served many different areas of the Naples Police Department, including the following:

Hostage Negotiator - Team Commander
Narcotics/Undercover Investigations
Training Officer
Bicycle Patrol
Marine Patrol
Honor Guard Member

Lieutenant O'Reilly holds a B.S. Degree in Criminology from the University of South Florida and a Masters of Business Administration Degree from Hodges University. He became an FDLE certified instructor in 1999, and since then has been conducting officer training in firearms, baton/impact weapons, NCIC/FCIC access, Pursuit Intervention, and numerous other topics.

Awards:
Medal of Lifesaving, Medal of Commendation, Exceptional Duty bar, 4 Outstanding Achievement bars, 5 Command Recognition bars, and numerous letters of commendation.

Associations:
Florida Association of Hostage Negotiators, National Tactical Officers Association, Florida Background Investigators Association, Florida Internal Affairs Investigators Association, Fraternal Order of Police.

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Lt. Robert Young
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In 1998 Robert Young became a member of the Naples Police Department after working for three and one half years as a Corrections Deputy with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office. Robert earned a number of awards, certificates and recognition as a patrolman who took the knowledge gained from working with the jail population and transferred the contacts and experience to the midnight shift, compiling numerous arrests and investigative leads.

In 2005, Detective Young was assigned to the Vice, Intelligence and Narcotics Division.

In 2007, he was selected to work as a Detective in the Criminal Investigations Division where he began investigating property crimes such as burglaries and thefts.

Beginning in 2009 his career would evolve into the investigation of persons crimes. Detective Young worked closely with the Office of the State Attorney, the Department of Children and Families, the Children’s Advocacy Center and the Shelter for Abused Women.

In 2012 he was recognized by the Shelter for Abused Women and Children as the Detective of the Year for his work with victims of domestic violence.

In April of 2014 Detective Young was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to the night shift of the patrol division.

In September of 2015 Sergeant Young was transferred to the position of CID Sergeant.
In December of 2015 he was appointed to the position of Lieutenant and assigned as the Night Shift Watch Commander.

Lieutenant Young earned an Associate’s Degree from Central Arizona College, a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Tennessee, and a Master’s Degree from Barry University. Lieutenant Young has served as the President of the Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 38, from 2009 through 2015.

Awards:
1 Life Saving Medal, 4 Command Recognition Bars, Officer of the Quarter, Detective of the Year.

Organizations:
Florida Narcotic Officers Association, Fraternal Order of Police, University of Tennessee Alumni Association.


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