The Cocoa City Council, voted to accept a donated K9 to serve as the Cocoa Police Department’s newest patrol dog.
A 2012 graduate of Space Coast Junior/Senior High School and Brevard County native is the newest member of the Cocoa Police Department. Ryan Brackin, 24, accepted the Police Officer’s Oath of Office in a special swearing in ceremony on Monday.
An independent assessment team granted another seal of approval for the Cocoa Police Department’s policies, procedures and practices and awarded the agency its fourth reaccreditation.
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.
The Cocoa Police Department is recruiting applicants for its Volunteer Citizens on Patrol, V-Cop program. The Cocoa Police Department is looking for anyone interested in helping the community through an active role within the police department.
According to the Cocoa Police Department, six people, including three children had to be rescued from a sinking boat in the Indian River Lagoon Sunday afternoon during stormy conditions.