Sheriff Nocco to discuss policing strategies with Pasco homeowners | Crime
Pasco County, Florida -- Newly-appointed Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco will discuss his policing strategies when he addresses the Pasco Alliance of Community Associations' monthly meeting beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 14.
The public is invited to attend the PACA meeting. It begins at 7 p.m. at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, located at 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. (US 41), three miles north of SR 54.
Sheriff Nocco will discuss his strategic planning initiatives as well as intelligence-led policing, and his plans to combat the illegal dispensing of prescription drugs. The sheriff will answer questions following his presentation.
PACA president Jim Flateau said, “We look forward to Sheriff Nocco’s first visit with PACA members. We are eager to welcome him and learn about the policing initiatives and other crimefighting techniques he is implementing for the protection of Pasco County residents.”
When he was appointed sheriff in April, Nocco was serving as a major and supervisor of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office Joint Operations Bureau. Prior to his service at the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, he was the chief of staff of the Florida Highway Patrol. Sheriff Nocco previously spent several years in the Florida House of Representatives as a deputy chief of staff to then-Speaker Marco Rubio, now a U.S. Senator.
PACA is a not-for-profit organization whose members include 69 of Pasco County’s homeowner associations, community development districts and condominium associations. PACA assists members by educating them on common issues and finding solutions to shared problems. It also represents the interests of members before all levels of government.
For more information on PACA, contact Vice President/Membership Director David Quinones at (813) 991-1505 or visit the PACA website at www.MyPACA.org. To suggest topics or speakers for PACA meetings, share your ideas with Program Director Wayne Mooney at (352) 467-9808.