Adam Beal Honored as Indialantic Police Department Officer of the Year

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Beal began his career with the department in July 2016, currently assigned to patrol

The Indialantic Police Department announced that Officer Adam Beal has been unanimously selected by his peers and supervisors as the agency’s Officer of the Year for 2019. (Indialantic Police Department image)

BREVARD COUNTY • INDIALANTIC, FLORIDA – The Indialantic Police Department announced that Officer Adam Beal has been unanimously selected by his peers and supervisors as the agency’s Officer of the Year for 2019.

Beal began his career with the department in July 2016 and he is currently assigned to patrol.

“He consistently demonstrates a positive attitude towards police work, his fellow squad members, and all Town employees,” said Indialantic city officials.

“He is actively engaged in the community and enjoys coaching and refereeing youth soccer in his spare time.

Beal is extremely proactive in patrol and was the agency’s top producer in traffic stops and arrests in 2019.

According to city officials, he conducted 1,248 traffic stops, issued 647 citations, and gave 717 verbal warnings.

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Beal also made 89 arrests, including 50 traffic arrests, 19 misdemeanor arrests, and 20 felony arrests. Officer Beal also received two life-saving awards during two separate incidents last year.

“Officer Beal is well respected within the community and well-liked throughout the agency,” said city officials.

“It seems nothing gets him down. He always has a smile on his face, and he is willing to go above and beyond to help his fellow coworkers.”

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