Thank You for Your Service Sergeant Justin Frost

The City of Berkley and the Department of Public Safety wishes Sergeant Justin Frost a bittersweet farewell as he retired on Thursday, January 21, 2020,  after 19 years of service.

IMG_1195                                                       Picture: Sergeant Frost with his family

Sergeant Frost was hired as a Berkley Public Safety Officer on February 21, 2002. During his time, Frost has served as a patrol public safety officer, was deployed to Louisiana during Hurricane Katrina, a Hazardous Materials Technician with the Oakland County Hazmat Team, EMS Coordinator, Fire Open House Coordinator, honor guard member, and field training officer (FTO).

On October 15, 2012, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant where he served as a patrol supervisor, FTO supervisor, special events coordinator, honor guard sergeant, and Oakland County Tactical Training Consortium (Oak-Tac) active assailant response (ASR) instructor.

Frost has been awarded one Departmental Commendation, two Director’s Commendations, one Life-Saving Award, and one Unit Citation. He has also received numerous letters of appreciation.

                                               Picture: Sergeant Frost holding going away gift from Berkley Public Safety. 

Sergeant Frost served in the United States Navy from 1996 to 2000, the United States Naval Reserve from 2009 to 2015, and was deployed to the Persian Gulf in 2011 and Afghanistan in 2012.

Sergeant Frost has served our community with integrity, professionalism, compassion, respect, honor, and dedication. He will be missed by all of us and we wish him well in his future with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.

Thank you for your service, Justin.

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