Police officer celebrates 60 years of working with Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Officer Adam Fluker, Jr., is celebrating his 60th year with the City of Jacksonville.

He began his career with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office on March 16, 1963 as a police officer.


He worked for several divisions during his time as a patrolman including Patrol, traffic and the civil divisions.

With showing his experienced skills throughout the years he earned a recognition award as the “Officer of the Month”.

Officer Fluker’s career as a police officer ended in 1997 upon his retirement after 34 years of faithful service to this community.

Prior to retiring, he asked for – and received a position in the Duval County Courthouse. Without a break in the action, Officer Fluker made the transfer to serve the community as a Sworn Bailiff.

According to JSO, he continues to be a respected member in the Jacksonville community.

[DOWNLOAD: Free Action News Jax app for alerts as news breaks]

Read: Woodpeckers Backyard BBQ in St. Augustine named best ‘Bucket-List Barbecue’ in Florida

Read: Culhane’s Irish Pub makes Yelp’s ‘25 Pubs That Make You Feel Like You’re in Ireland’

Read: Contest: Win tickets to Disney on Ice / Concurso: Gana boletos para Disney on Ice

[SIGN UP: Action News Jax Daily Headlines Newsletter]

Click here to download the free Action News Jax news and weather apps, click here to download the Action News Jax Now app for your smart TV and click here to stream Action News Jax live.