Keewaydin Island's (Florida) coastline is accessible only by water, but the 8-mile-long stretch didn't have a regular full-island beach cleanup until Sgt. Dave Bruening came along, according to Naples News.
Each year, Bruening leads a coastal cleanup of the recreation getaway.
"A lot of people have the wrong idea about law enforcement. We're here for more than taking people to jail and writing tickets," Bruening said. "It's not the traditional thing you see law enforcement doing, but I think it's needed."