Former Jax Sheriff Glover Being Inducted Into Law Enforcement Hall Of Fame
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) announced Thursday that former Jacksonville Sheriff Nathaniel Glover will be inducted Saturday, May 15, into the Law Enforcement Officers’ Hall of Fame.Glover served as Jacksonville’s sheriff from 1995 to 2003 after starting his police career in 1966, according to WJCT News partner News4Jax. During his time as sheriff, Glover put an emphasis on community policing. He established citizen advisory councils and had officers’ names put on their patrol cars.
He would go on to become the president of Edward Waters College in Jacksonville before announcing in 2017 that he would be retiring from the historically Black college.
A livestream of Saturday’s induction ceremony in Tallahassee will be begin at 10 a.m. on The Florida Channel and also streamed live on FDLE’s Facebook page. FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen will preside over the ceremony.
The ceremony will honor inductees from 2020 and 2021. Other inductees from arcross Florida will be:
Lawrence W. Crow Jr. – Lakeland Police Department, Polk County Sheriff’s Office
James M. Gabbard – West Palm Beach and Vero Beach Police Departments
William Liquori – Orlando and Altamonte Springs Police Departments
William “Jay” Romine – Holmes Beach Police Department
Donna Uzzell – Tallahassee Police Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Irving Heller – Miami-Dade and North Bay Village Police Departments
Sidney R. Klein – Miami-Dade Sheriff’s Department, Clearwater Police Department
Edward M. Spooner – Quincy PD, Gadsden Sheriff’s Office, Florida Department of Law Enforcement
John M. Spottswood – Monroe County Sheriff’s Office