Search Inmates in Brevard County, Florida. Results May Include: Bookings, Criminal Records, Court Record, DOB, Jail Number, IDS, Loc, Date Booked, Time Booked, Case Number, Charges, Description, Mugshot

Brevard County, popularly known as the “Space Coast”, is located on east central Florida’s Atlantic coast. The nickname comes from the presence of the John F. Kennedy Space Center on Cape Canaveral. The county is also home to Patrick Air Force Base, situated on the barrier island south of Cocoa Beach. Although Titusville is the official county seat, a new county administration complex was built at Viera in 1989, putting county offices closer to the center of the area.

Brevard County has a total area of 1,557 square miles, nearly 35% of which is covered by water, including that of the Atlantic Ocean, St. Johns River, and the Indian River Lagoon. Cocoa Beach is arguably the county’s most famous beach. As of 2010, the population was 543,376.

The Brevard County Jail Complex is located south of Titusville. The Sheriff’s Office website has many details about finding inmates and communicating with them. Although the jail is located at 860 Camp Road, Sharpes, Florida, the mailing address is 860 Camp Rd., Cocoa, FL 32927. To inquire about jail regulations, inmates, or services, call the jail at 321-690-1500 on weekdays between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

In 2005, four “tents” were constructed at the jail complex in order to cheaply address a serious overcrowding issue. These tents, along with a separate housing unit attached to the main jail, added 688 new beds. This brought the total number of beds in the jail complex to 1,709, including those in a Women’s Jail and a mental health/medical facility that opened in 2008.

The sheriff only allows visits through video. There are instructions on the website for remote video visits, or a video visit may be conducted at the jail’s Visitor Complex using the equipment available there. To schedule an on-site video visit, call 321-690-1518. There is a charge for remote video visits and a limit of 20 minutes, but can occur every day if the schedule permits. On-site video visits are free and can last 45 minutes, but are limited to three per week for each inmate.

Brevard County Jail Address: 860 CAMP ROAD COCOA FL 32927

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BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE OFFERS STUDENT INTERNSHIP AND FUTURE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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ALL BREVARD COUNTY BRIDGES ARE NOW OPEN.
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ARE YOU READY TO ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking certified Law Enforcement Officers and certified Corrections Officers to serve as Deputy Sheriffs and Corrections Deputies with our agency!!

Our agency is recognized as one of the most progressive agencies in the country and is blessed to enjoy an exceptional relationship with the citizens we serve and protect each and every day.

With a reputation for excellence, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office welcomes future criminal justice professionals who strive for greatness and are interested in joining the nearly 1,500 proud men and women of our agency.

Our Deputy Sheriffs provide a variety of functions, from patrolling neighborhoods and businesses to taking on various specialty assignments such as the Motor Unit, Agricultural and Marine Patrol, Aviation Unit, S.W.A.T., General Crimes Investigations, Homicide Unit, Sex Crimes Investigations Unit, Financial Crimes Investigations, Fugitive Apprehension Unit, K-9 Unit, Dive Team, E.O.D. Unit, Training Unit, School Security and Resource Officers, and the G.A.M.E. Over Task Force.

We also have various assignments available to our Corrections Deputies, such as the Corrections Response Team, Transportation Unit, Booking Deputy, Field Training Officer, Corporal, K-9 and Honor Guard.

Our agency has openings at locations throughout Brevard County and offers a very competitive benefit package that includes medical and life insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday leave, college tuition reimbursement, and participation in the Florida Retirement System. We also offer a minimum of $3000 hiring bonus for Law Enforcement candidates that have two or more years of experience.

Certified employment positions for Law Enforcement Deputy or Correctional Deputy require the following qualifications:
• Minimum of 20 years of age
• U.S. Citizen
• High school diploma or state equivalent
• No felony convictions
• Meet physical fitness and medical standards, including hearing and visual
• Comprehensive background investigation

In addition, we have employment opportunities for candidates who are currently attending Law Enforcement or Corrections Academies.

For more information on employment opportunities at the Brevard County Sheriff's Office and to join our BCSO Family please visit www.BrevardSheriff.com or contact our Recruiting Unit at 321-264-5281 to speak to a recruiter.

SO ARE YOU READY TO PUT A STAR IN YOUR FUTURE?

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)3 days ago
BE SURE TO CATCH THIS WEEK'S EPISODE OF "COOKIN' UP JUSTICE" WITH OUR FRIENDS AT ALFREDO’S PARADISO KITCHEN IN MERRITT ISLAND
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Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)3 days ago
BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE CHAIN GANG HIGHLIGHTED ON NEWS 6 “GETTING CRIME RESULTS”

Thank you to News 6 Anchor/Reporter Eric Von Ancken for highlighting our “Chain Gang” Program as part of his “Getting Crime Results” initiative!!
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BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ARRESTS PARENTS FOR MANSLAUGHTER IN CHILD’S DEATH

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 29-year-old, David Williams Chappele Jr and 27-year-old, Jessica Marie Strickland of unincorporated Cocoa, after a Judge issued arrest warrants today charging them with Aggravated Manslaughter of a Child. Both subjects were arrested this afternoon and transported to the Brevard County Jail Complex.

The investigation was initiated on September 6, 2017, after deputies responded to a residence on Walnut Street in Cocoa, in reference to an unresponsive 8 month old infant. The infant was transported and pronounced deceased at the hospital later that night.

An autopsy conducted by the Brevard County Medical Examiner determined that the death was caused by an overdose of fentanyl and cocaine.

The investigation revealed that on the night of the incident, Strickland and Chappele placed a mattress on the floor of the living room to co-sleep with the infant in the middle of the bed. Strickland awoke, finding the infant unresponsive and called emergency 911.

It is alleged that Chappele was wearing multiple fentanyl patches, which had been cut in half, where a lethal amount of fentanyl residue was then transferred to the infant. It is also alleged that the infant ingested cocaine as Strickland was using the drug while caring for the infant. Chappele’s charges are related to allowing the infant to be in direct proximity of a dangerous narcotic that caused the infant’s death. Strickland is being charged for failing to protect the infant even though she knew the possible danger to the child from the drugs that were being used by both parents.

Anyone with further information in reference to this investigation is asked to please call Agent Wendy Wheeler of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Homicide Unit at 321-633-8413.

I would like to thank everyone involved in this case for their detailed investigation and presentation to the State Attorney’s Office who approved the arrest warrants today resulting in the Judges authorization for arrest. It truly takes special and dedicated people to investigate and prosecute these types of cases all in an effort to protect our children. My heart and appreciation goes out to them for all they do each and every day to protect our most precious of citizens, our children!!

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)4 days ago
BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE TAKES PART IN EXPO TO HELP PROTECT SENIORS

This morning I had the pleasure of speaking at the Knowledge College Business Symposium and Expo on the various ways our community can work together to protect our seniors.

The expo was designed to bring awareness to our local business professionals on the topic of elderly exploitation while also providing guidance on the warnings signs of elderly abuse and scams against our seniors. The content of the program discussed the various types of crimes that can target our seniors to include abuse, neglect, fraud, identity theft, and even how to recognize the early stages of dementia.

I would like to personally thank the members of the Knowledge College for Aging for inviting me to speak at the event as well as everyone who attended so that we can all work together to help protect our seniors. Remember, it takes a community to protect a community and by working together we help keep Brevard County a safe place to call home!!

If you would like to have a similar presentation for your organization or business please contact our Community Relations Unit at (321) 264-7755.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)5 days ago
BREVARD COUNTY SHERIFF GIVES “GREAT KIDS” AWARD TO KAITLYN CLEMENTS

Earlier today, I had the honor of visiting Suntree Elementary School to present Kaitlyn Clements with a “Great Kids” Award. Kaitlyn was nominated by Principal Shari Tressler, her Teacher Mrs. Watson and School Resource Deputy Nicole Contos.

The “Great Kids” Award was started to recognize outstanding kids in our community who constantly show respect for their peers, help others in a time of need, maintain a strong academic standard and represent themselves, their family and their school with great character and pride. This program is facilitated in partnership with School Resource Officers and Deputies throughout Brevard County and the Brevard Public Schools.

Kaitlyn was recognized today for her caring, calm and courageous nature. Many students who are Kaitlyn’s age don’t know what to do when faced with an emergency, but Kaitlyn quickly responded to help two individuals who needed help at her school. When an intern became ill in the classroom, Kaitlyn jumped into action by alerting her Teacher and remaining with the intern until her Teacher could settle the class and provide further instructions. Kaitlyn also came to the aid of a student who became physically ill in the classroom, by assisting and comforting her.

Kaitlyn responded to these situations with a maturity beyond her years and without question her compassion and decisiveness made a difference for the two individuals she helped. In addition to helping others, Kaitlyn serves as a role model for other students by exhibiting great character, respect and attention to academics.

Please join me in congratulating Kaitlyn on being a “Great Kid” and also in thanking Kaitlyn’s parents for attending today’s presentation and for all they do to impact Kaitlyn’s life!! I would like to extend a personal “thank you” to Principal Tressler, Mrs. Watson and School Resource Deputy Contos for submitting Kaitlyn for this well-deserved award.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey