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Upcoming Events

President's Day - City Offices Closed
Feb 19 12:00 AM 12:00 AM
All Day Event

UPDATED - Brooksville Housing Authority
Feb 20 6:00 PM

Meeting Time Change from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m
changed on 02/08/2018 


Great Brooksvillian Screening Committee
Feb 21 4:00 PM 5:30 PM

 


Council Meeting Workshop
Feb 26 5:30 PM

Council Meeting
Mar 5 7:00 PM

City of Brooksville Police Department Print

City of Brooksville Police Department

Retirement

Chief Turner and Captain Hankins presenting Sergeant Steve Mislyan his retirement plaque from the City of Brooksivlle Police Department.

Prior to Sgt. Mislyan's years of service with the City of Brooksville, he was a sworn officer with the
University of South Florida Police Department, and a Captain with the Longboat Key Police Department, Florida.
In retirement, Sgt. Mislyan will continue teaching police recruits at the Manatee County Police Academy.
 City of Brooksville Police Department - Sergeant Steve Mislyan retirement

L- R Captain Hankins, Sergent Mislyan and Chief Turner

 Officer Duke Maeder receives his retirement plaque from Police Chief George Turner.
Officer Maeder joined the Brooksville Police Department in 1992 after retiring from the United States Air Force.
While in the service, he worked as a Security Officer, touring several south-pacific locations such as the
Philippines and Vietnam during his twenty-year career.
While employed as a Brooksville Police Officer he quickly gained rank, reaching Sergeant, in year 2000. Duke,
as he is known to family and friends, worked as a road-patrol supervisor from 2000-2013,
when he accepted assignment as the director of lobby services, overseeing fleet maintenance, vehicle impounds,
and assisting with investigations of walk-in complaints.
Duke had a long and exemplar career, both here and with the U.S. Air Force. He will be sorely missed
nd we wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
 City of Brooksville Police Department - Retirement Officer Maeder

L- R Captain Hankins, Officer Maeder and Chief Turner

 
 
 
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