PATROL CAPTAIN RETIRES AFTER 21 YEARS OF SERVICE (Citrus County, FL) Today, 21-year veteran of the Citrus County Sheriff's Office (CCSO), Captain Ryan Glaze, begins a new chapter as he enters into his well-deserved retirement.

Citrus County Patrol Captain Ryan Glaze Retires After 21 Years Of Service

CITRUS COUNTY, Fla. – Friday, a 21-year veteran of the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), Captain Ryan Glaze, begins a new chapter as he enters into his well-deserved retirement.

After graduating from Citrus High School, Captain Glaze joined the United States Army in 1995 and served until 2003. Still having a strong desire to protect his fellow citizens, Captain Glaze joined the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office in 2000 as a Sheriff’s Deputy.

Captain Glaze spent his time with CCSO working his way up the ranks, becoming a Patrol Sergeant, Operations Sergeant and an Operations Lieutenant before he was promoted to the rank of Captain in 2017 by Sheriff Mike Prendergast.

PATROL CAPTAIN RETIRES AFTER 21 YEARS OF SERVICE  (Citrus County, FL) Today, 21-year veteran of the Citrus County Sheriff's Office (CCSO), Captain Ryan Glaze, begins a new chapter as he enters into his well-deserved retirement.

As a pivotal part of the CCSO K9 Unit, Captain Glaze served with the team for 13 years, eight of those years in a leadership role. To continue building a successful team, Captain Glaze completed the Canine Team Training Instructor Course in 2005 and the Canine Tactical Operations Course in 2011 so he could better serve as a leader for the K9 Unit.

Throughout his career, Captain Glaze earned several commendations including a Medal of Valor in 2009 and Law Officer of the Year 2009-2010. Captain Glaze was also honored for his participation with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

“Captain Ryan Glaze has shown tireless dedication to the citizens of Citrus County for over two decades,” said Sheriff Mike Prendergast. “Because of his commitment to excellence in public service during his tenure with the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office, our community is a safer place for residents and visitors.

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