Palm Bay Police Recognize Sergeant Alcine Phang-Pennington During Black History Month

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Sgt. Alcine Phang-Pennington currently serves as a Patrol Sergeant on day shift

Palm Bay police officials spotlight Sgt. Alcine Phang-Pennington in honor of Black History Month. (Palm Bay Police image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Police are highlighting members of their agency in honor of Black History Month:

Palm Bay police officials spotlighted Sgt. Alcine Phang-Pennington, who prior to becoming a sworn officer, served two years as a dispatcher in the PBPD Communications Center.

Sgt. Phang-Pennington became a sworn officer in 2010 and has served as a Field Training Officer and Patrol Corporal.

She currently serves as a Patrol Sergeant working the day shift.

Sgt. Phang-Pennington was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and moved to the United States when she was 20 years old.

She has a master’s degree in Public Administration.

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