A member of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office improved the agency’s public image a little last month, after engaging in a “drum-off” with a local high school student.
BCSO Captain Timothy Irvin made his rounds on social media earlier this week, in a video described as “community policing at its best.”
The video -captured by Irvin’s sister- shows the good captain partaking in a friendly drum competition with Northeast High band members, reaching a tempo that could make college football bands jealous.
“My brother, Captain Timothy Irvin works one of the roughest districts in Broward County and goes to work with pride every day,” Yolanda Williams posted on Twitter. “This is community policing at its best!”
The video no doubt adds a positive light to an agency that has struggled to rise above several failures seen during the 2018 Parkland Shooting.
My brother, Captain Timothy Irvin works one of the roughest districts in Broward County and goes to work with pride every day. This is community policing at its best!!! #proudsister @browardsheriff pic.twitter.com/ZwpGA8vh5R
— YOLANDA WILLIAMS (@NANA8668) January 8, 2019
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