Space Coast Daily editors recently sat down with Brevard County Sheriff Wayne to discuss how the COVID-19 threat is different from previous public safety concerns he has addressed over his more than 40-year law enforcement career. […]
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a new suspect in the latest edition of “Fishing for Fugitives” as Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey comes to you from Manatee Cove Park in Merritt Island. […]
Earlier today our Governor, the Honorable Ron DeSantis, contacted me to ask our agency to partner with him in the development of a strategy that would ensure those attempting to access our beautiful Florida beaches are following the directives of our Governor and the recommendations of the CDC that are designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the State of Florida. […]
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 22-year-old Da’rius Christian, above, of Merritt Island for the death of his 19-year-old, half-sister, J’Meisha Gant.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, Space Coast Daily’s Person of the Year, must have the ability to clone himself, for he seems to be everywhere at once. Unless you don’t get out much, you would run into Sheriff Ivey at the myriad fundraisers he supports.
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.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey appeared on Fox News’ ‘Fox & Friends’ and reiterated he’s not backing down after an atheist group urged him to remove ‘In God We Trust’ from new Brevard County Sheriff’s Office vehicles.
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.
Recently, the BCSO Family said goodbye to K-9 “Koi” who served their agency and citizens from 2008 to 2016 as a member of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit.
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office seeks “Fishing for Fugitives” suspect Summer Marie Ohlsen as Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey comes to you from a Brevard County Ditch in Merritt Island.
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.
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey shared a very disturbing fraudulent scam that is taking place in our community as well as other communities across the country.
On November 2, 2019, the Brevard Federated Republican Women will be hosting a recognition dinner honoring members of our veterans and military for their service to our country.
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.
Earlier today Alejandor Mendez was awarded the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office “Great Kid” Award for his incredible act of honesty that occurred when he found a $100.00 bill on the playground.
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 County Sheriff Wayne Ivey was spotted riding with the BCSO Motor Unit on Tuesday as the sheriff’s office works to keep everyone safe in our community through traffic enforcement.
This past week our Paws and Stripes Program graduated 9 Dogs and their Handlers from across the country as part of our Law Enforcement Child Comfort Dog Program that is done in partnership with Eastern Florida State College.