The community will remember the life of Florida Highway Patrol trooper Joseph Bullock this morning who was shot and killed in the line of duty last week.
A public memorial service will be held for Trooper Joseph Bullock at the Bayside Community Church in Bradenton at 11:00 a.m.
Flags are flying at half staff in his honor around the state.
After the service, a procession involving dozens of law enforcement officers will lead Trooper Bullock’s body to the Sarasota National Cemetery.
Once there, Trooper Bullock will receive law enforcement honors during a ceremony at 2:30 p.m.
FHP said the public is encouraged to attend the memorial service to honor the life and legacy of the 42-year-old trooper, who spent his entire 19-year law enforcement career with the agency.
Memorial Service to Honor the life and career of Trooper Joseph Bullock pic.twitter.com/6rd0epcUww
— FHP West Palm Beach (@FHPPalmBeach) February 10, 2020