Author: Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff

Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey Commends Team Members, Volunteers Working in Space Coast Evacuation Shelters

Earlier today Junny and I had the opportunity to stop by a few of Brevard County’s Hurricane Evacuation Shelters to thank our Deputies and the many volunteers who are working hard to keep all of our shelters safe and sound during Hurricane Dorian.

Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Provides Free Sandbags for Citizens, See Pickup Locations

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, along with our Public Safety partners, continue to monitor the storm projections of Hurricane Dorian. As a result of the potential impact to Brevard County, the Sheriff’s Office will continue distributing sandbags (at no cost) to our citizens, today and Saturday, at four different locations throughout Brevard County.

Brevard County Deputy Dalton Farrington’s Compassionate Response Doesn’t Go Unnoticed by Thankful Citizen

As everyone knows I could not be more proud of our team and a Facebook post from yesterday about one of our Deputies is a perfect example of why I am so proud of the 1,500 men and women of your Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey Issues Alert, Details About One Ring Telephone Scam

All too often your cell phone rings a single time from a phone number that you are not familiar with. While you may be tempted to call the number back because you don’t want to miss the call, don’t do it, as you could be falling into the exact trap the telephone scammer laid for you!

WATCH: Brevard County Jail Inmates Comfort Dogs at Animal Care Center During Fourth of July Fireworks

This year inmates on our Chain Gang and other work crews will be comforting our dogs at the Animal Care Center by reading to them, playing with them, and even feeding them treats during the peak hours of celebration on Independence Day.

BREVARD SHERIFF WAYNE IVEY: Join the Sheriff’s Pet Posse as a Foster Ambassador for ‘Kittens to Go’

YOU CAN HAVE A TICKET OR A KITTEN! Just kidding, but the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office program “Kittens to Go” makes fostering easy for you and your family – and is also a great way for people to do their part in partnering with BCSO Animal Services to keep Brevard County a “No-Kill” community.