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Key Colony Beach Police - Mission Statement

The mission of the Key Colony Beach Police Department is to be P.R.O.A.C.T.I.V.E : Professional Responsible Objective Accountable Committed Teamwork Integrity Values Excellance. Protectecing the Citizens and Visitors of the City of Key Colony Beach.

Kris DiGiovanni
Chief of Police

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Call us at 743-5380 or contact us by email.

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All members of the Police Department receive advanced training in the areas of criminal investigations, crime scene processing, traffic enforcement, waterborne drug interdiction, and marine safety and conservation law enforcement. All crimes committed in the city are investigated by members of the Key Colony Beach Police Department. In cases requiring extensive follow up or additional resources we receive assistance from the Monroe County Sheriff`s Office.

The Police Department is proactive in the areas of community policing, crime suppression,traffic law enforcement, and the enforcement of city codes.
Chief Kris DiGiovanni

Chief Kris DiGiovanni

Kris DiGiovanni has been an officer with the Key Colony Beach Police Department since July of 2005. Kris was promoted to Chief on July 01, 2011. He began his law enforcement career in September of 2001 as an investigator with Florida`s Department of Children and Families. Ofc DiGiovanni has also worked at the Monroe County Sheriff`s Department.

In addition to his administrative duties you can see the Chief patrolling the city streets most mornings and afternoons.

Email : chief@keycolonybeach.net
Sergeant Lindsay Birklund

Sergeant Lindsay Birklund

Lindsay Birklund has been an officer with the Key Colony Beach Police Officer since March of 1998. He was promoted to Sergeant in March of 2004. Sergeant Birklund began his law enforcement career in February of 1986 as a Monroe County Deputy Sheriff.

Sergeant Birklund supervises the day shift squad. In addition to his patrol duties, Sergeant Birklund assists with some of the administrative functions of the police department. He can also be seen patrolling the water surrounding our island city.

Email : kcb851@keycolonybeach.net
Sergeant John Smith

Sergeant John Smith

JC Smith has been an officer with the Key Colony Beach Police Department since August of 2006. He was promoted to Sergeant in January of 2011.Officer Smith began his law enforcement career in August of 1988 as a Monroe County Deputy Sheriff. Officer Smith has also worked at the Key West Police Department and Seminole County Sheriff`s Department.

Sergeant Smith supervises the night shift squad. In addition to his patrol duties, Sgt. Smith serves as the police department`s training officer.

Email : kcb855@keycolonybeach.net
Officer Chuck Griffith

Officer Chuck Griffith

Chuck Griffith has been an officer with the Key Colony Beach Police Department since July of 2011. Officer Griffith began his law enforcement career in 1988 with the Florida Highway Patrol. Officer Griffith also served 1 year in Afghanistan as a contracted police mentor and advisor .





Email: kcb853@keycolonybeach.net
Officer Colleen Rothberg

Officer Colleen Rothberg



Officer Colleen Rothberg has been an officer with the Key Colony Beach Police Department since February 2013. She started her law enforcement career with the Monroe County Sheriff`s Office in 2010 as a Road Deputy Reserve.





Email: kcb854@keycolonybeach.net
Robert Petrick

Robert Petrick

Robert Petrick was hired as an officer with the Key Colony Beach Police Department in August of 1991. He was promoted to Sergeant in October of 1993 and promoted to Chief of Police in January of 2000. Chief Petrick began his law enforcement career in April of 1983 as a Monroe County Deputy Sheriff. He has also worked at the Sunrise Police Department. Chief Petrick retired on June 30, 2011.

Chief Petrick will continue to serve the police department and the citizens as a Reserve Officer.

In his time off, Robert spends time with his two sons as well as running in local 5K marathons. He also enjoys diving, fishing and target shooting.





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