Officer of the Month – September 2021

MADD September Officer of the Month

Sergeant Kyle Corbitt

Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office

Shalimar, Florida

MADD National selects Sergeant Kyle Corbitt as our Officer of the Month for September 2021. Sergeant Corbitt has been a sheriff’s deputy for the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office for 8 years and in law enforcement for 14 years.

He currently supervises the Beach/Marine/Dive Team and is very focused on Boating Under the Influence (BUI) enforcement. Their patrol responsibilities include 152 square miles of inland waterways and 270 square miles of the Gulf of Mexico. His team had the highest number of BUI arrests in 2020 for any agency in Florida with 56 BUIs. This year, they have already surpassed that total with 67 BUIs.

Sergeant Corbitt was a nominee for Outstanding BUI enforcement at the MADD Florida Statewide Law Enforcement Recognition event in July 2021.

We are proud to select Sergeant Kyle Corbitt of the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office as the MADD September 2021 Officer of the Month. We thank him for his dedication to duty and leadership in making Florida’s waterways and roadways safe. We wish him the best in safety and wellness in the remaining years of his career and service to the citizens of Okaloosa County and the State of Florida.

Thank you to Kristen Allen, Affiliate Executive Director, MADD Florida Northwest & Northeast Offices, for her nomination of Sergeant Corbitt for this recognition.

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