Hollywood Police Officer Yandy Chirino Shot and Killed in Line of Duty
Hollywood Police Department Press Release
Today we remember Hollywood Police Officer Yandy Chirino
Early this morning Officer Chirino died in the line of duty while responding to a call for help last night. He was 28 years old and had been with the Hollywood Police Department since 2017. In just this short time, he was recognized multiple times for his outstanding work ethic, received five commendations and was Officer of the Month for June 2020.
We offer our deepest sympathies to Officer Chirino’s family. Your son selflessly devoted his life to law enforcement was a great officer and will leave a lasting impact on our community. There are no words that can comfort the pain your family is feeling right now. Please know that pain extends here, with his brothers and sisters at our Department. The Hollywood Police Department Family will stand beside you in the difficult days ahead and will always carry on your son’s legacy.
Officer Chirino will be remembered for his selfless actions and his sacrifice. He gave his life honorably and without hesitation, protecting those in our community.
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