Tallahassee, Fla. – The Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA) today endorsed Keith M. Touchberry for Sheriff of Indian River County.
“Chief Touchberry is an extraordinary public servant,” said the FPCA executive Director Amy Mercer. “From his service in the Marines to his many years with the Vero Beach Police Department, culminating in his leadership as Chief of the Fellsmere Police Department, Chief Touchberry is a proven champion for law enforcement and public safety.”
As Chief of the Fellsmere Police Department, Touchberry took an active role with the FPCA, chairing the Professional Standards Committee and working to develop and promote quality training programs for the FPCA and its members. Chief Touchberry also regularly teaches ethics at the FPCA’s “Future Chiefs” seminar.
Said Mercer, “Chief Touchberry has the knowledge, experience, and relationships necessary to address complex public safety issues. The Florida Police Chiefs Association is proud to support one of our own and endorse Chief Keith Touchberry as the next Sheriff of Indian River County. We look forward to continue working with him on behalf of the people of Indian River County and the State of Florida.”
About the Florida Police Chiefs Association
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