WATCH: Cocoa Police Chief Mike Cantaloupe Swears in New Officers Christopher Moderson and Charis Holland

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Both officers will spend next few months in training

WATCH: Cocoa Chief Mike Cantaloupe swore in Christopher Moderson and Charis Holland as the department’s newest police officers immediately following their graduation from the academy at Eastern Florida State College on Tuesday evening.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa Chief Mike Cantaloupe swore in two new police officers immediately following their graduation from the academy at Eastern Florida State College on Tuesday evening.

• Christopher Moderson was born and raised in Mims. He is 24 years old.

His father is a 20-year veteran of the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office. Moderson Is engaged to be married and has two children.

• Charis Holland, 23, is also from Mims.

She holds a bachelors degree in criminal justice and hopes to work her way into investigations at the Cocoa police department.

Both new officers will spend the next few months in training learning the department’s policies and procedures.

Once they successfully complete the field training program they will be deployed to solo patrol duties.

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