Earlier this afternoon Sheriff Wayne Ivery had the pleasure along with other members of Brevard County Sheriff’s Office to participate in the Florida Key Lime Pie Festival by displaying some of the incredible resources we use to protect our community.
This week our agency lost a beloved and amazing family member with the death of 64-year-old Judge Vincent G. Torpy Jr.
While we just ended another great year for our agency and community, our team members would like to thank our citizens one last time for 2019 for all of their amazing support and love.
This past week members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office along with members of the Cocoa Beach Police Department, Melbourne Police Department, Cocoa Police Department, Titusville Police Department, Rockledge Police Department, West Melbourne Police Department and the City of Palm Shores held the annual “Reverse Christmas Parade” throughout Brevard County.
All of our hearts are broken today as Brevard County Sheriff’s Office shares with the community the loss of one of their team members, “K-9 Sonic” who was assigned to Corporal Kirk Geweniger of their School Security Team.
Earlier today Brevard County Sheriff’s Office held our 7th Annual Thanksgiving Day “Turkey Bowl” Flag Football Game that pits the members of our Command Team against other members of their agency for the coveted title of “Turkey Bowl Champions.”
Animal Enforcement Officers from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for assistance from a citizen who reported that a kitten had fallen into a storm drain.
In the coming months and years as Brevard County Sheriff’s Office replaces their patrol fleet, Space Coast residents will see new patriotic graphics on our marked vehicles that show just how proud they are of our country and the principals our great nation was founded upon.
Members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Unit culminated a three week long investigation into the location and apprehension of Reginald Bernard Johnson, who was a fugitive from justice that was originally sentenced to up to 20 years in prison for drug related offenses in the state of Michigan.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey was humbled to accept an amazing donation from the Georgianna United Methodist Church in Merritt Island, in the amount of $16,500 to help BCSO purchase two new Patrol K-9’s that will help protect the streets of Brevard County.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary Deputy Joe Downs can often be seen visiting the Pediatric’s Ward at Holmes Regional Medical Center as he makes his rounds to wish a speedy recovery to those who are there under a Doctor’s care.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey had the opportunity to speak to members of the Brevard County Property Appraiser’s Office about Identity Theft, Credit Card Fraud, and Personal Safety.
Sheriff Wayne Ivey had the pleasure of recognizing Stevenson Elementary School student, Bella Becker, as the recipient of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Great Kids” Award.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit competed in the Space Coast K9 Competition hosted by the Cocoa Police Department.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to Edgewood Jr./Sr. High to investigate a social media threat that was received by a student who attended the school. A suspect was charged with Sending Written Threats to Kill or Injure and transported to the Juvenile Detention Center.
The past six and a half years of my professional life have been without question, the most fulfilling time of my 39 year Law Enforcement Career.
I am very proud to announce that last Friday, September 13, BCSO Judicial Services Chief Mike DeMorat of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office graduated from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
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.
Gem Pack Berries of Irvine California graciously donated a cargo of strawberries to our Jail Complex in an effort to reward the Corrections employees and inmates for their incredible work to help our citizens be prepared.
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.