After months of review and consideration of the two candidates for Brevard County sheriff, the choice is clear – one candidate is a 40-year law enforcement veteran recognized nationally for his proactive crime-fighting initiatives and techniques; the other candidate has never worn a badge. […]
Sheriff Wayne Ivey announces in September 2016 that the Brevard County Animal Services had officially reached status as a “No Kill Community.” When the Sheriff’s office assumed responsibility for Animal Services on October 1, 2014, the average live release rate for Brevard County Animal Services was 55 percent over the previous five years. […]
Earlier today I was honored to be invited to attend the “Bridge Dedication” for Major General John Cleland and to also serve as a speaker during a “Bench Dedication” for Major General Cleland and his wife at the Veteran’s Memorial Center in Merritt Island. […]
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey had the distinct honor of speaking about how “it takes a community to protect a community” during a very special ceremony and dedication at Green Gables at Historic Riverview Village. […]
Recently, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Federal Bureau of Investigations released the Annual Uniform Crime Rate (UCR), which reflects crimes reported during 2019 and I am extremely proud to share with you tonight that once again our Crime Rate for the unincorporated areas Brevard County reflected a significant decline. […]
Earlier today I had the honor of taking part in a press conference with Governor Ron DeSantis and other local Brevard Community leaders as we announced that Brevard County will host the 2020 AAU Junior Olympic Games. […]
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office latest edition of ‘On The Go BCSO’ discusses crime scene investigations.
Bloodhound Junny is Spokesdog, Influencer and Ambassador for the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Junny is Brevard’s comfort dog and ambassador, a natural anti-stress advocate. He is also the Sheriff Wayne Ivey’s shadow, a constant presence wherever […]
Earlier this week Sheriff Wayne Ivey was notified by our Animal Services Director, Joe Hellebrand that our Animal Care Center had once again maintained an extremely high Annual Live Release Rate of 93.45% for the fiscal year of 2018/2019.
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.