Melbourne Police Relations Council Installs New Officers, Sworn in By Mayor Kathy Meehan

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The Melbourne Police Relations Council recently installed new officers, who were sworn in by Melbourne Mayor Kathy Meehan. This year’s officers include President Yvonne Minus, First Vice President James Minus, Second Vice President MPD Commander Marc Claycomb, Secretary Vickie Ramsey, Chaplin Rev. Haywood Davidson and Melbourne Police Chief David Gillespie.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Melbourne Police Relations Council recently installed new officers, who were sworn in by Melbourne Mayor Kathy Meehan. 

This year’s officers include President Yvonne Minus, First Vice President James Minus, Second Vice President MPD Commander Marc Claycomb, Secretary Vickie Ramsey, Chaplin Rev. Haywood Davidson and Melbourne Police Chief David Gillespie.

This Council is committed to working with the community and police department to ensure that Melbourne residents are safe and rid of illegal activities of drugs, prostitution and code violations and anything that is a violation in the city.

The Melbourne Police Community Relations Council meets every second Thursday of the month to discuss the cares and concerns of the community and invite residents to attend.

“This is your opportunity to speak to your police chief and command staff, council members, the mayor and deputy mayor, as well as other city employees about the issues you face in your community,” said Meehan.

The Melbourne Police Relations Council recently installed new officers, who were sworn in by Melbourne Mayor Kathy Meehan. This year’s officers include President Yvonne Minus, First Vice President James Minus, Second Vice President MPD Commander Marc Claycomb, Secretary Vickie Ramsey, Chaplin Rev. Haywood Davidson and Melbourne Police Chief David Gillespie.

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