Category: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey

WATCH: Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s Focus On Social Media Has Played Big Part in Brevard’s Steep Crime Rate Decline

The Brevard County crime rate has dropped almost 30 percent since Sheriff Wayne Ivey was elected in 2012 as Brevard’s “Top Cop,” and he attributes much of that success to his agency’s effective use of social media to communicate with the citizens of the community.

Brevard Sheriff’s Office, NRA Team Up to Train School Resource Deputies for ‘School Shield’ Program

Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and the NRA teach school resource deputies how to prevent active shooters on school campuses and keep each student in Brevard County safe through week-long “School Shield” training program.

WATCH: Brevard Sheriff Office’s First Annual Easter Egg Hunt for Visually Impaired Big Hit

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office hosted the First Annual Audible Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday at Viera High School. On the Town’s Alan Zlotorzynski and Gina Liberto were on hand and spoke with Sheriff Ivey as well as Sgt. Kurt Benfant about the event and the specially designed eggs.

Brevard County Crime Rate Reaches Lowest Point in 20 Years, Down 12 Percent Over 2017

Recently our agency submitted our Uniform Crime Rate (UCR) report to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement that reflects the crimes reported in unincorporated Brevard County during 2018.

WATCH: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey Provides Update On Recovery of Drug-Sniffing K9 Jake

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey held a press conference at the Courtenay Animal Hospital on Merritt Island to provide an update on the recovery of BCSO K-9 “Jake,” information regarding the emergency veterinarian care that saved Jake’s life.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey, City Leaders Give Thanks on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey always says, “It takes a community to protect a community,” and today, the many business owners and local politicians that make up the Space Coast community took time to give thanks to the many men and women that make up our local police departments and Sheriff’s Office on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.