Meet the New Officers

Hector Roman-Gonzalez

The Rockledge Police Department would like to welcome Officer Hector Roman-Gonzalez.  Officer Roman-Gonzalez is a graduate of Rockledge High School, the Valencia College Law Enforcement Academy, and the RPD Citizens Police Academy! Officer Roman-Gonzalez will be a wonderful asset to our Department and we are very proud to have him as a member of the Rockledge Police Department family!



The Rockledge Police Department would like to welcome Officer Alex Blake. Officer Blake is a graduate of the Seminole County Law Enforcement Academy and is currently a student at the University of Central Florida. Officer Blake will be a wonderful asset to our Department and we are very proud to have her as a member of the Rockledge Police Department family!



The Rockledge Police Department welcomes Officer Roderick Banks. Roderick is a high school graduate with three years of college, and he is a resident of Rockledge. Officer Banks will be a wonderful asset to our Department and we are very proud to have him as a member of the Rockledge Police Department family!


The Rockledge Police Department welcomes Officer Latravious Campbell. Officer Campbell is a graduate of Cocoa High School. Prior to being hired, Officer Campbell was employed as a Corrections Deputy with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. Officer Campbell possesses many skills which will make him a valuable new member of our team.


The Rockledge Police Department would like to welcome Officer Rickeshia Banks. Officer Banks is a graduate of the Valencia Law Enforcement Academy; additionally, she possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences from the University of South Florida. The Rockledge Police Department is proud to welcome  Officer Rickeshia Banks to our family!


The Rockledge Police Department is proud to welcome Officer Paul Blassingame. Paul began his career with the Rockledge Police Department as a dispatcher in 2014. The entire City of Rockledge wishes Paul continued success in his new role as a sworn officer in our city. Way to go, Paul!