Cocoa Police Officers Brian Fredette, Michelle Perry Recognized by Chief of Police for Outstanding Work
By Space Coast Daily // July 22, 2021
PUBLIC SERVICE SPOTLIGHT
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa Police Officer Brian Fredette and Communications Officer Michelle Perry were recognized recently by the Brevard County Chiefs of Police for their outstanding work in 2020.
The awards were presented by Palm Bay Police Chief Nelson Moya and Cocoa Police Lt. Rob Bobay on behalf of Chief Evander Collier IV.
Officer Brian Fredette joined the Cocoa Police Department in 2019 as a rookie police officer following four years of service in the U.S. Navy as a military police officer.
Fredette grew up in Syracuse, New York, and is the youngest of three children. His Christian faith and sense of moral conviction always guided him. Fredette holds associate degrees in business and computer information systems.
He attended the police academy at Florida State College in Jacksonville and graduated in December 2018.
“In less than two years with the Cocoa Police Department, Officer Brian Fredette has demonstrated a work ethic that is unique, rare, admirable and of the highest professional caliber,” said Cocoa police officials.
“His courage and strength of character is the hallmark of what we all strive to achieve and he demonstrates this daily. Whether it is a call to take a report for a not-in-progress vehicle burglary or a critical incident, Officer Fredette is the type of person who will give his very best effort every single time because that is who he is.”
Perry is a prime example of an excellent Communications Officer and always handles tasks appropriately and efficiently.
“Besides answering 911 calls, dispatching calls for service to officers, and conducting teletype functions, Michelle Perry goes above and beyond her duties to make sure the communications center team delivers the best and most professional public service to the citizens of Cocoa,” said Cocoa police officials.
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