West Melbourne Police K9 Officer Joseph LaRosa Is Florida Police Chiefs Officer of the Year

By  //  May 22, 2017

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West Melbourne Police Department’s K9 Officer Joseph LaRosa has been selected by the Florida Police Chiefs Association Awards Committee and the Executive Board as the 2016 Lee McGehee Police Officer of the Year Award. (WMPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – West Melbourne Police Department’s K9 Officer Joseph LaRosa has been selected by the Florida Police Chiefs Association Awards Committee and the Executive Board as the 2016 Lee McGehee Police Officer of the Year Award (medium agency).

The award will be presented this July during the 65th Annual Summer Training Conference & Expo at the Trump National in Miami, Florida.

The Florida Police Chiefs Association established the Police Officer of the Year Award in 1998 to recognize police officers who have demonstrated exceptional achievement and shown a genuine commitment to their profession, their agency and the public they serve.

The Florida Police Chiefs Association Police Officer of the Year Awards recognize an Officer of the Year from small (1 – 30 sworn officers), medium (31 – 75 sworn officers) and large (more than 75 sworn officers) size agencies.

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