Melbourne Beach Police Looking For Community-Minded Florida Certified Police Officer For Reserves

By  //  March 12, 2017

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The Melbourne Beach Police Department is looking for community-minded Florida certified police officers that want to continue their career in law enforcement as a reserve police officer.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE BEACH, FLORIDA – The Melbourne Beach Police Department is looking for community-minded Florida certified police officers that want to continue their career in law enforcement as a reserve police officer. 

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The Melbourne Beach Police Department was created in 1947 with just one police officer, Chief Orval Gardenour, who served a population of 100 hearty souls.

The Chief answered calls for service 24 hours a day driving his 1938 Hudson. Apprehending turtle poachers and helping tourists dig their cars out of the sand was all in a days work.

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As the demand for services increased the department expanded and currently consists of Chief Dan Duncan, 2 Sergeants, 1 Corporal, 5 Officers and 1 Administrative Assistant.

The Melbourne Beach Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency providing service 24/7.

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