Long time SRO retires
At the end of July, the Sheriff’s Office said goodbye to long time employee Beverly Brazil, who retired from her position as School Resource Officer at Coral Shores High School.
Beverly Brazil, who was promoted to sergeant upon her retirement, was first hired by the Sheriff’s Office as a dispatcher in 1981; she worked in that position and in a number of clerical positions until 1985. She took time off from the Sheriff’s Office, then was rehired in 1988, going to work as a dispatcher again and then taking a position as a Corrections Officer in 1991.
In 1997 she became a School Resource Officer for the Sheriff’s Office, working in that position until her retirement.
At the same ceremony, Captain Brazil and Sheriff Peryam were both honored for 30 years of service in the Sheriff’s Office.
At retirement Monroe County upgraded both Beverly and Tom’s positions to sergeant and Captain respectively