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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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@MarcACaputo @craigtimes @AdamWeinstein The video goes into deeper detail about environmental arming (chair, knife, etc) and attacking the head area with those types of weapons!!
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Please be mindful of road hazards, water covered roads, downed powerlines and debris. Treat intersections as a 4 way stop.
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Good morning everyone!! While the biggest part of the storm has passed through Brevard we are still getting substantial winds and rain. BrevardSheriff photo
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
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Tomorrow afternoon we lay to rest one of our family members, a gentle soul who was very proud to represent his agency and community as a Deputy Sheriff!! It will be a sad and emotional day, but at the same time, a day to help our agency and community heal as we continue to grieve the loss of our friend and brother.

Tonight, I wanted to take a moment to share with you why I am so proud to be part of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and our community. During this past week, I have watched the incredible efforts of the BCSO as the worked together, stood tall and did everything possible to help a grieving family, agency, and community. While deeply saddened, they continued to conduct the agency’s mission of protecting our citizens while also helping to prepare for tomorrow’s service.

In addition, throughout this past week our agency has received an outpouring of support and condolences that serve to echo what I always say...”we are blessed to serve in Brevard County where our citizens love, trust and protect us, just as much as we love, trust and protect them.” The telephone calls, texts, emails, and prayers have been of great strength and mean more to us than you will ever know!!

I am a faith based man, as is Kevin’s family and as a result, we believe there was a greater calling for Kevin. On earth, he was a leader among men, a brother, son and friend and today he continues his service as a hero in memory to us, an angel on our shoulder and a constant reminder to all of us just how precious our moments on earth can be!!

On behalf of our entire agency we can’t thank you enough for the kind thoughts and prayers throughout the week. As we make final preparations for Kevin’s services tomorrow, I only have one remaining request and that is that tomorrow afternoon between approximately 3:15 and 4:00 p.m., in honor of Deputy Kevin J. Stanton our community and businesses line U.S 1 from New Life Christian Church north to Garden Street and along Garden Street West to Oaklawn Memorial Gardens as we follow our fallen hero to and pay our last respects in a full Law Enforcement Honors Ceremony at the Memorial Gardens.

We would love to see you standing along the route, expressing your support for his family as your love and support is the greatest gift you can give to your public safety members and the family of our fallen hero!!

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)1 day ago

This past weekend members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Team received recognition at the Florida Animal Control Association Awards (FACA) for their outstanding innovation, dedication and commitment to finding forever homes for our homeless pets.

During the awards ceremony members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Services Unit were recognized for their successful teamwork in achieving a specified goal and were presented with the “Outstanding Cooperative Team Achievement Award.”

In 2017, the Animal Services Team made a commitment to help more animals stay with their owners, as opposed to entering the shelters. In an effort to reduce the number of animals entering the shelter our team created the “Owner Surrender Mitigation and Resource Program.” Since its implementation last year, the agency began providing services, education and other options to pet owners before the decision is made to surrender the pet, such as free basic training, food and health supplies and other valuable resources. Since its inception, the program has been extremely successful, with an average monthly success rate for dogs at nearly 80% and cats at approximately 75%.

Because of their innovative “outside the box” thinking along with successful teamwork, our Animal Services Unit is able to offer services that not only help animals, but also aids our citizen’s in their ability to continue as pet owners.

In addition to receiving our team award, one of our very own volunteers, Mick Karolick was recognized as the “Outstanding Volunteer of the Year.” Mick, who joined us in 2015, volunteers his time assisting BCSO Animal Services, Florida Wildlife Hospital, and the Florida Trail Association. He has volunteered well over 650 hours of his time assisting at our Animal Care Center as well as offered his home to foster kittens.

Please join me in congratulating Florida’s Animal Control Volunteer of the Year, Mick Karolick as well as our entire BCSO Animal Services Team for receiving this very prestigious award and for all they do each and every day to help homeless pets in our community.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)2 days ago

Earlier this afternoon members of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Unit arrested last week’s featured Wheel Target, Christopher Senft after multiple tips were received from citizens following last week’s “Wheel of Fugitive” episode.

The Fugitive Unit received multiple tips from the community which led our Agents to a hotel room in the Palm Bay area where Senft was reportedly hiding to avoid arrest. While on surveillance, Fugitive Agents observed Senft exiting a hotel room and jumping into the trunk of a hatchback vehicle which had arrived in the area to pick him up.

Senft was subsequently taken into custody without incident and admitted that he was aware that there was a warrant for his arrest warrant so he had been actively hiding to avoid being arrested. Senft later stated that he knew he was done for when he saw the Wheel, as the Fugitive Unit was going to find him because he was on our original Fugitive Hunt show, Turn Em’ In Tuesday once before and the citizens turned him in then as well!!

Senft was transported to the Brevard County Jail on a felony warrant for Violation of Community Control Reference Burglary of Dwelling and Grand Theft, with a Bond of $7,000.00.

So I guess the moral of the story is if your going to do crime in Brevard County don’t appear on Turn Em’ In Tuesday or the “Wheel of Fugitive” and don’t try to hide in a hatchback unless you want to find yourself in our jail!!

Another great job by our citizens and Fugitive Unit who work together every day to get fugitives off our streets!!

Sheriff Wayne Ivey