NEW OFFICERS IN TOWN: Austin Manning and Brian Fredette Sworn in as Cocoa Police Officers

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ABOVE VIDEO: The Cocoa Police Department swore in new police officers Austin Manning, 22, and Brian Fredette, 30, as they accepted the Police Officer’s Oath during a special ceremony with family, friends and police department staff. (Cocoa police video)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – The Cocoa Police Department swore in new police officers Austin Manning, 22, and Brian Fredette, 30, as they accepted the Police Officer’s Oath during a special ceremony with family, friends and police department staff.

They each will begin the new officer training program and upon successful completion, should be deployed to solo patrol duty in approximately 2-3 months.

Manning was born in Cape Canaveral and raised in Palm Bay. He was a police explorer for four years and completed the police academy at Eastern Florida State College in March.

Fredette is originally from Syracuse, New York. He served in the U.S. Navy for four years where he was a military police officer.

He holds two associate degrees in business and computer information systems. He attended the police academy at the Florida State College in Jacksonville and graduated in December 2018.

The Cocoa Police Department is actively recruiting new officers to fill immediate and future openings.

For more information email: recruiting@cocoapolice.com or call Sgt. Amy Moon at 321-637-6381.

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