Sergeant Bobby Randazzo and the Sunny Isles Beach Marine Patrol Unit was recently recognized and commended by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (D.E.P.) for his dedicated service and incredible efforts in preservation of the Biscayne Bay Aquatics. This recognition is in conjunction with many local agencies and authorities who view Sgt. Randazzo as a premier leader in INSTRUCTION, TRAINING, ENFORCEMENT, AND SERVICE to the Marine Environment and our Community, especially boating enthusiasts.
Director Kevin Claridge of Tallahassee, Florida recognized Sgt. Randazzo in a formal letter of gratitude for service and the local (BBAP) Biscayne Bay Aquatic Preserve will honor him with a presentation at an event scheduled for October, 2014. Sgt. Randazzo, has received numerous awards and accolades over his 16 year career in Sunny Isles Beach, most importantly for his life saving rescue of capsized boats and drowning victims in the waters surrounding N.E. Dade County.
Sgt. Randazzo and his partner, Officer Mike Hayton of Aventura Police Marine Patrol, are both highly trained in specialized rescues and enforcement, having attended the prestigious school in Glenco, Georgia for exceptional training.
On behalf of the City Manager, City Commissioners, the Police Department and our Community, we thank and commend Sgt. Randazzo, for the positive recognition he brings to Sunny Isles Beach. Congratulations Bobby!