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Okaloosa Sheriff’s Deputy Ezekiel Dixon recognized by the Florida House

At the invitation of Representative Patt Maney, Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Deputy Ezekiel Dixon was recognized by the Florida House of Representatives on Wednesday as the Law Enforcement Officer of the […]

Source: Rep. Patt Maney

At the invitation of Representative Patt Maney, Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Deputy Ezekiel Dixon was recognized by the Florida House of Representatives on Wednesday as the Law Enforcement Officer of the Day.

Dixon was awarded the OCSO Medal of Valor in 2022 for heroism during an active shooting incident, named OCSO Deputy of the Year in 2022 and a finalist for the Florida Sheriff’s Association 2023 Deputy of the Year.

He is an 8-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps now protecting the citizens of Okaloosa County.

  • “I was extremely honored to introduce Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ezekiel Dixon as Law Enforcement Officer of the Day on the Florida House Floor this afternoon,” said Maney.

Adding to the occasion, his wife, son and daughter watched proudly from the gallery and were officially welcomed to the Florida House.

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Source: Florida Channel

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