WATCH: Nicole Brown Sworn in By Chief Jim Rogers as Palm Bay’s Newest Police Officer

By  //  April 14, 2019

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WATCH: Palm Bay Police Chief Jim Rogers sworn in Palm Bay’s newest officer Nicole Brown last week. (PBPD video)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Police Chief Jim Rogers sworn in Palm Bay’s newest officer Nicole Brown during a ceremony last week.

The Palm Bay Police Department is seeking qualified applicants who have the qualities to be part of a professional agency whose focus is to build trust with the citizens and make a positive difference in the community.

Current standards require candidates to complete nearly 800 hours of police academy training before joining the Department.

Once hired, these officers must complete three weeks of orientation and another 14 weeks in a field training program before being allowed to perform the duties of a sworn law enforcement officer on their own.

For more information about the selection process, see recruitment details

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Palm Bay Police Chief Jim Rogers sworn in Palm Bay’s newest officer Nicole Brown during a ceremony last week. (PBPD image)

The Palm Bay Police Department is seeking qualified applicants who have the qualities to be part of a professional agency whose focus is to build trust with the citizens and make a positive difference in the community. (PBPD image)

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