Cocoa Police Recognizes Young Citizens For Completion of PAL Youth Employment Training Program

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Dalyn Sims, Cameron Andersen earned a $500 scholarship for their hard work

Cocoa Police Department celebrated the hard work of nine young people who completed four intense weeks of Youth Employment Training through their Police Atheltic League program. (CPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa Police Department celebrated the hard work of nine young people who completed four intense weeks of Youth Employment Training through their Police Atheltic League program.

Cocoa Police Chief Evander Collier had the honor of being the special guest speaker, delivering a message of hope and encouragement that each one of them can be the change they want to see.

Dalyn Sims and Cameron Andersen received a $500 scholarship for their hard work.

Sims and Anderson will soon be starting their college careers at Bethune Cookman University and Stetson University.

Cocoa Police Department celebrated the hard work of nine young people who completed four intense weeks of Youth Employment Training through their Police Atheltic League program. (CPD image)
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