Palm Bay Police Officer Byron Patrick Retires After Serving Community for More Than 20 Years

By  //  November 19, 2021

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Officer Patrick served in many capacities for the Palm Bay Police Department

The Palm Bay Police Department congratulated officer Byron Patrick after he served more than 20 years of dedicated and selfless service to the citizens of Palm Bay. Above, Palm Bay Police Chief Nelson Moya , right, with Office Byron Patrick. (PBPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The Palm Bay Police Department congratulated officer Byron Patrick after he served more than 20 years of dedicated and selfless service to the citizens of Palm Bay.

“Officer Patrick has chosen to join the retirement lifestyle, and he certainly has earned it,” said Palm Bay police officials.

Officer Patrick also served our nation in the United States Navy for seven years.

During his time at the Palm Bay Police Department, Officer Patrick served in many capacities including patrol officer, patrol corporal and field training officer – and served as a member of of the department’s Honor Guard.

Officer Patrick’s most significant assignment was being a K9 handler, serving in that role for 17 years. He and his K9 partners were responsible for apprehending several wanted individuals and removing large amounts of drugs from the community.

“Please join the Palm Bay Police Department in wishing Officer Patrick all the best in his next chapter and thanking him for his many years of service to the Palm Bay community,” said Palm Bay police officials.

The Palm Bay Police Department congratulated officer Byron Patrick after he served more than 20 years of dedicated and selfless service to the citizens of Palm Bay. The most significant assignment for Officer Byron Patrick was being a K9 handler. (PBPD image)