On September 9, 2019, Officer Ryan Brackin responded to 1051 Myrtle Lane in reference to a shots fired call with a 60-year-old white female with a gunshot wound. […]
While the Cocoa Police Department appreciates the enthusiasm of those that wish to visit Cocoa Village by boat, they ask that you do not dock in the new boat slips or fish from the sidewalks and/or the boardwalk. […]
The Cocoa Police Department has open positions for Crime Scene Technician, Communications Officer, and Police Officer.
A new take on an old idea featuring the Cocoa Police patrol cars from Charlie and Echo Squads, Cocoa Fire Department Station 1 vehicles and the voices at the end from Cocoa Police and Fire Dispatchers.
Cocoa Police Department in partnership with Cocoa Walmart and Cocoa Community First will host the annual Shop with a Cop on Wednesday morning.
The Center for Public Safety Management has recommended the Cocoa Police Department adopt a multiyear strategic plan in which performance goals and measurables are defined and executed.
Cocoa Police Department is so proud of their patrol K9’s, Officer Dan Rhoades with K9 Bear, Officer Brian Delos Santos with K9 Kyra, and Officer Robin Viera with K9 Kable.
A suspect is now in custody for the hit and run crash that killed a 56-year-old male in January. Jacqueice Witcher (DOB 12/13/1985) is facing a charge of leaving the scene of a crash with a death, a 1st degree felony punishable by a maximum of life in prison.
Cocoa detectives are investigating an overnight shooting that left one person wounded. The victim, an adult male, was airlifted to the hospital and is expected to recover.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit competed in the Space Coast K9 Competition hosted by the Cocoa Police Department.
The Cocoa Police Department hosted it’s second annual Space Coast Police K9 Competition on Saturday, October 12 at Tiger Stadium at Cocoa High School.
K9 Cairo passed away from natural causes on Wednesday. He was a 12-year-old Belgian Malinois. K9 Cairo joined the Cocoa Police Department in 2011.
Three new police officers were sworn in during a special ceremony Tuesday morning. Chief Mike Cantaloupe administered the Police Officers Oath to the officers who were joined by family, friends and members of the police department staff along with city leaders and council members.
Cocoa Police Department partnered with Florida Vehicle Wraps in Melbourne and Puzzle Box Academy in Palm Bay for an Autism Awareness Campaign.
WILD Florida Rescue takes away injured cranes from their families all to often, it is gut wrenching no matter how many times they do it. They had to Capture an adult with its young after the adult had been hit by a car and most likely lost the other parent the same way.
The Cocoa Police Department will host it’s Inaugural Space Coast Police K9 Competition on Saturday, October 13 at Tiger Stadium at Cocoa High School.
In the 2019 South Florida K9 Competition, German Shepherd K9 Bear and K9 team Officer Dan Rhoades from Cocoa Police Department excelled on the obstacle course.