Police Chief Scott Rosenfeld To Discuss How To Become Cocoa Beach Citizen Patrol Member
By Space Coast Daily // August 10, 2016
Citizen Observer Patrol Program
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A MEMBER OF COCOA BEACH POLICE DEPATMENT CITIZEN OBSERVER PATROL?
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – Come out and join Police Chief Scott Rosenfeld and his team for an overview of the Citizen Observer Patrol (COP) program.
Chief Rosenfeld will talk about the mission of a volunteer COP, how to become a member, duties and responsibilities, uniforms and equipment and more.
There will also be an update on the recent increase in property crime in Cocoa Beach and surrounding cities, followed by Q&A.
“Volunteer members of our COP program play a very important role at the Cocoa Beach Police Department,” said Chief Rosenfeld.
“COPs are our “eyes and ears” on the streets and waterways as they supplement the patrol function, assist with crime prevention and special events, direct traffic, perform general office work and any other duties as assigned. Our community partnerships are vital in our efforts to reduce crime, catch criminals, and improve our quality of life.”
Applicants must be 18 years of age, possess a valid Florida driver’s license and complete 8 hours of training in compliance with all program policies and procedures.
To download a copy of the application click here.
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