WATCH: Cocoa Police Sgt. Doug Levine Makes Final Radio Call After 25 Years of Service
By Space Coast Daily // March 4, 2022
Cocoa Police said goodbye to a fearless warrior who spent career fighting for victims of crime
ABOVE VIDEO: Cocoa Police Sgt. Doug Levine officially retired with the rank of lieutenant after more than 25-years of faithful and dedicated service to the citizens of Cocoa.
BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa Police Sgt. Doug Levine officially retired with the rank of lieutenant after more than 25-years of faithful and dedicated service to the citizens of Cocoa.
Sgt. Doug Levine joined the Cocoa Police Department on September 20, 1996, as a booking/reserve officer. Since, he has served as a motor officer, honor guard member, SWAT officer, detective and patrol sergeant.
He is currently assigned as the sergeant over investigations since 2016.
“He has poured his heart and soul into every case to bring justice for victims,” said Cocoa police officials. “His compassion and empathy for victims and survivors of homicide is an inspiration.”
Among his most noteworthy accomplishments, he was State Attorney’s Officer of the Year, was awarded two life-saving medals, and was recognized as the 2003 Southeast Police Motorcycle Novice Division Champion – a job he says was the most fun.
“Sgt. Levine has always been a person of high moral character and fearless when it comes to finding justice,” said Cocoa police officials.
“He has served the city well for more than 25 years and he will be dearly missed. Cocoa Police said goodbye to a fearless warrior who spent his entire career fighting for victims of crime.”