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Ormond Beach Observer Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014 5 years ago

Officer Lloyd Cornelius retires

by: Emily Blackwood News Editor

Ormond Beach Police Officer Lloyd Cornelius retired Sept. 30.

After 10 years on the Ormond Beach Police Department, Officer Lloyd Cornelius has retired.

During Cornelius’ career he worked in patrol, became a field training officer, police instructor and received training on gang investigations. He was then assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division as a detective and spent four years investigating a variety of crimes. His main area of investigation was frauds or financial crimes. Officer Cornelius also taught D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) and Crime Prevention techniques.

“He has touched many lives through his presentations,” a report from the police department read, “at our public and private schools teaching fifth graders about Drug Abuse Resistance Education. He was also a well known figure at many of our Citizen Police Academies and the popular National Night Out events.”

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