Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Commander John Mellick Retires After 35 Years of Service

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hired on May 12, 1986, by former Sheriff Jake Miller

Earlier this afternoon, we said goodbye to longtime Brevard County Sheriff’s Office family member, Commander John Mellick who retires from our agency after 35 years of incredible service. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Earlier this afternoon, we said goodbye to longtime Brevard County Sheriff’s Office family member, Commander John Mellick who retires from our agency after 35 years of incredible service.

John has enjoyed an amazing career and leaves behind a tremendous legacy of professionalism and valued public service.

John was hired on May 12, 1986, by former Sheriff Jake Miller and during his 35 years with the agency was assigned to many different units and positions to include Commanding our East Precinct, Court Services and Operational Services.

Additionally, John has served as a Major/Watch Commander, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Corporal, Agent, FTO, Deputy and as a SWAT Team member.

Throughout his career John has always proven himself to be an outstanding asset to our agency and community having received hundreds of letters of Commendation, Unit Citations, Merit, Life Saving and Commendable Service Bars during his career for exceptional service.

John is also a graduate of the elite FBI National Academy 259th session and through his leadership, has helped to develop hundreds of young deputies to become the future of our agency.

Please join me in congratulating John for his incredible efforts and commitment to our agency and citizens and also in wishing him a very relaxing and well-deserved retirement.

We wish John the absolute best in this next chapter of his life and greatly appreciate his service, dedication and commitment.

Congrats my friend, job well done.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey