WPD gets three new Reserve Officers

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 Three new Reserve Police Officers have joined the Williston Police Department, according to Chief Dennis Strow.

New additions include:

• David Drennan,  a 37-year law enforcement veteran, who retired in 2011 from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.

• Victor Flint, a recent graduate from the police academy. Williston Police Department is his first assignment in the police field.

• Derek Nunn, who has 13 years experience in the corrections field in Florida and is now moving into the law enforcement field.

The Reserve Officers are Florida certified police officers, who upon the completion of the field training program, will work as a police officer’s without compensation.  The Reserve Officers are used to cover patrol shifts when full time officers are on vacation or sick. The officers also provide additional man power for special events such as the July 3 celebration and parades.