Cocoa Police Department Honors Major John Casey’s Retirement After Nearly 30 Years of Service

By  //  June 17, 2016

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Joined Cocoa Police in 1986

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Cocoa Police’s Major John Casey celebrated his retirement on Thursday. Major Casey started with the City of Cocoa Police Department in July of 1986. (Cocoa Police Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa Police’s Major John Casey celebrated his retirement on Thursday. Major Casey started with the City of Cocoa Police Department in July of 1986.

Casey began his law enforcement career with the City of Rockledge as a reserve officer in 1985.

John comes from a long family line of law enforcement officers with many members being involved in the criminal justice field. He spent most of his career in the investigative field as a detective and narcotics agent.

Major Casey obtained an Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice, Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems, and attended the Southern Police Institute (Command Officers Development Course).

He also served as treasurer and president of the local Fraternal Order of Police, representing Cocoa Police Officers and served as chairman of the board of trustees for the police pension board.

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Major Casey served as a police officer, detective, narcotics agent, sergeant, lieutenant and will be retired with the honorary rank of chief.

Congratulations on your retirement Major/Chief Casey. Thank you for your many years of dedicated service!


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