Palm Bay Police Department Honors VCOP Ken Nye as ‘Civilian of the Quarter’

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joined Palm Bay Police VCOP Program in 2019

The Palm Bay Police Department honored VCOP Ken Nye as Civilian of the Quarter. He joined the VCOP Program in August of 2019 and has been a willing participant, and is always eager to help in whatever capacity he is needed. (PBPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Palm Bay Police Department honored VCOP Ken Nye as Civilian of the Quarter.

Nye joined the VCOP Program in August of 2019 and has been a willing participant, and is always eager to help in whatever capacity he is needed.

During the second quarter of this year, he has increased his hours to include going out on at least three patrols a week, coming in to help shuttle police vehicles to various dealerships, courier, placement of radar sign trailers, and has filled in at the front desk.

Ken Nye is always willing to step in for an absent VCOP, to make sure we have as many patrols as possible each week and to ensure the front desk is covered. Always the first to sign up for events and is an active member of our call-out team, responding to requests at all hours of the day. (Palm Bay PD image)

Palm Bay police officials said Nye is always willing to step in for an absent VCOP, to make sure we have as many patrols as possible each week and to ensure the front desk is covered.

Always the first to sign up for events and is an active member of our call-out team, responding to requests at all hours of the day.

“Ken exemplifies the attributes of a VCOP- remaining professional, flexible, dedicated, and self-motivated. We are fortunate to have Ken as part of our team,” said PBPD officials.

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