Brevard County Sheriff’s Corporal Pam Hibbs Honored as Crime Practitioner of the Year

By  //  October 28, 2018

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provided crime prevention education at over 300 events, conducted over 100 residential, business security surveys

Corporal Pam Hibbs, left, was recognized by the Florida Crime Prevention Association at the 2018 Conference by being named “Crime Practitioner of the Year” for her hard work and dedication to the citizens of Brevard County. (BCSO image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Corporal Pam Hibbs was recognized by the Florida Crime Prevention Association at the 2018 Conference by being named “Crime Practitioner of the Year” for her hard work and dedication to the citizens of Brevard County.

Corporal Hibbs is responsible for the coordination of our Annual Shop With A Cop Program as well as administering crime prevention outreach programs and presentations throughout Brevard County.

In 2017 alone, Pam provided crime prevention education at over 300 events and conducted over 100 residential and business security surveys. Pam also provided awareness for 42 Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse presentations and assisted the Crime Prevention and Community Relations Units with countless other programs and events.

Corporal Hibbs is truly a model Deputy whose outstanding efforts have made a positive difference in our community, lowered the crime rate and made Brevard County a safer place to live.

Please join me in congratulating Corporal Hibbs for her hard work to our community and everything she does on a daily basis to make our agency shine.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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