Recently, the Melbourne Police Department celebrated the career of Officer, Reserve Officer, and VCOP/Volunteer Marvin Flynn. A retirement ceremony was held at the Melbourne Police Department earlier this morning to honor Mr. Flynn’s extraordinary 45 years of service with the Melbourne Police Department (MPD).
Jonathan Larson, 38, is wanted by the Melbourne Police Department for violation of community control ref burglary & grand theft. Larson, 38, is 6-feet tall and frequents Wickham Park & surrounding area, as well as hotels near the west end of 192.
Only a few days left to drop off donations for our brothers and sisters in Bay County whose lives and homes were upended by Hurricane Michael. Bay County Sheriff’s Office has at least 60 families displaced.
Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue, leading to potential accidental poisoning, misuse and overdose.
The Melbourne Police Department welcomed its newest members including Ofc. Roger Aleong, Ofc. Joseph Aiani, Ofc. Charles DiNapoli, Chief Gillespie, Ofc. Evan Jones, Ofc. Roger Mason, Ofc. Skyler Philbin and Ofc. Andrew Samuels.
The Melbourne Police Department introduced six School Resource Officers on Wednesday via social media.
The Melbourne Police Department cordially invites you to National Night Out.
The Melbourne Police Department’s newly hired officers completed rifle qualifications this week. They also worked on rifle-pistol transition drills and scenarios from the sitting position in the vehicle.
Melbourne Police Chief David Gillespie conducts the swearing-in ceremony for three of the newest members of the Melbourne Police Department on Tuesday.
Melbourne Police announced on Wednesday that a wanted Walmart theft suspect, identified as Michael Christopher McCullough, has been arrested and booked into the Brevard County Jail.
The Melbourne Police Department held its annual awards ceremony to recognize 180 police officers, communications officers and civilian employees for outstanding performance, dedication, courage and professionalism.
Melbourne Police Department 911 Dispatcher Wendy Luszczewski has been with the department for more than 10 years and during this time she has been recognized for numerous awards.