Titusville Police Officer Tyler Glenn Honored As City Employee of the Month

By  //  April 30, 2016

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Titusville Police Officer Tyler Glenn, center, was honored by Titusville City Manager Scott Larese, left, and Titusville Police Chief John Lau as the City of Titusville’s Employee of the Month. (TPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TIUSVILLE, FLORIDA — Titusville Police Officer Tyler Glenn was honored as the City of Titusville’s Employee of the Month.

Officer Glenn is a patrol officer for the department and was presented the honor from Titusville City Manager, Scott Larese, last week during the City Council Special Recognition meeting at City Hall.

Officer Glen was recognized for responding to a vehicle burglary last January at 429 Mason Drive. Three juveniles were seen going through a neighbor’s vehicle, then fled the area before police officers arrived. Officer Glenn’s investigation revealed a surveillance video and recovered an article of clothing worn by one of the suspects.

Within three days of the initial crime, Officer Glenn produced arrests of three burglary suspects, bringing closure for the victim, and a sense of ease to a neighborhood plagued by burglaries.

Officer Glenn is a two year veteran of the Titusville Police Department.

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“He is one of our department’s finest and is an excellent representative of his chosen profession and of our City,” said Titusville Police Department spokesperson Amy Matthews.

“Officer Glenn received this award because of his excellent work and dedication to the community of Titusville. The Titusville Police Department is truly grateful for Officer Glenn’s hard work and commitment, and this award is a public ‘Thank You’ for always exceeding expectations.”

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