Melbourne Police Department Fleet Supervisor Andy Moscrip Retires After Eight Years of Service

By  //  May 2, 2024

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Above, Melbourne Police Department Fleet Supervisor Andy Moscrip, right, with MPD Police Chief David Gillespie. Moscrip retired after eight years of outstanding service. (MPD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Melbourne Police Department officials announced that Fleet Supervisor Andy Moscrip will retire after eight years of outstanding service.

“However, it is the man we will truly miss, he has made a huge imprint in so many of our officer’s lives as a mentor and a friend,” said MPD Police Chief David Gillespie.

“Andy, your dedication and integrity have inspired us all. As you embark on this new chapter, know that your legacy will continue to shine brightly within our department. Thank you for your service, and may your retirement be filled with joy, peace, and countless cherished memories.”

The Melbourne Police Department is committed to hiring only the best and are actively seeking individuals who want a challenging career in a professional environment.

The Department provides several opportunities:

■ Detective

■ School Resource Officer

■ Community Resource Officer

■ Tactical Team

■ Special Operations Unit, and

■ Selective Traffic Enforcement Unit.

Other ancillary functions are also available, such as:

■ SWAT,

■ Dive Rescue Team,

■ Crisis Negotiation Unit, and

■ Honor Guard.

Contact the MPD Recruitment Officer at 321-608-6321 or e-mail Recruiter@mlbfl.org for more information.

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