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FEBRUARY 2021 NEWSLETTER
POLICE FOUNDATION'S ANNUAL CAMPAIGN CONTINUES INTO 2021
Thanks to your generous support and donations we are able to continue our mission of supporting the men and women of the Juno Beach Police Department.
Foundation support enables us to continue providing for the additional equipment, training and technology needs of the Juno Beach Police Department, over and above what the current Town budget provides. It also allows us to fund numerous "Quality of Life" items for the community. Have a look at our completed projects.
This year's campaign mailing points out that "...these are difficult and challenging times for law enforcement" and asks recipients to "Help Ensure the Safety of Juno Beach."
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LONG-TIME JUNO BEACH POLICE SERGEANT RETIRES AFTER NEARLY THREE DECADES OF SERVICE
Sergeant Andrew Luscavich has retired from our Police Agency after nearly three decades of public service to the Town of Juno Beach and its residents.
Drew joined the Juno Beach Police Department in February of 1992 as a patrol officer and served in that position for thirteen years. In 2005 he was promoted to Sergeant and took on the supervision of other Officers.
Officer Luscavich was named Officer of the Year in both 1992 and 1995 and Supervisor of the Year in both 2015 and 2019. From September of 2018 thru December of 2019, he took on the additional role of Administrative Sergeant, responsible for some of the day-to-day operations of the overall department.
“The members of the Department and I are all very thankful for Sergeant Luscavich’s 29-years of dedicated service” said Brian J. Smith, Chief of Police. “We wish him the best of luck and enjoyment as he enters into a whole new life ahead, a life full of joy and experiences just waiting to happen.”
TWO NEW OFFICERS JOIN THE JUNO BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT
Chief of Police Brian J. Smith has announced that two new Police
Officers have joined the Department.
FLORIDA SCHOOL BUS PENALTIES CHANGED IN 2021
Effective January 1, 2021, the penalties for failure to stop for a school bus double. The penalty for failure to stop for a school bus goes from a minimum $100 to $200 and if a second offense is committed in 5 years, the person’s license can be suspended for up to 1 year.
JUNO BEACH POLICE OFFER MATURE DRIVING COURSE
The Juno Beach Police Department has announced a "Mature Driver Class" which will give graduates an insurance discount valid for the next three years.
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