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, Florida (Official)3 hours ago

Earlier this afternoon, 40-year-old, Daniel Blair of Mims was arrested in Ormond Beach as the perpetrator of a homicide that took place earlier in the day in the 1800 block of Kirby Drive, Titusville

The investigation began at approximately 9:10 a.m. this morning when Deputies responded to the 1800 block of Kirby Drive, Titusville, where they discovered the deceased body of an adult. Deputies went to the residence after receiving information from a person who advised that a murder may have been committed at the residence.

The investigation revealed that Blair entered the residence during the early morning hours and attempted to rob the victim who was at the house. The male was killed during the robbery and after the murder Blair confided in an individual that he had committed the murder and was leaving the area. Blair left the residence in the victim’s stolen pickup truck.

Blair was then observed by an Ormond Beach Police officer in the stolen vehicle, in Ormond Beach, at approximately 5:00 p.m., Blair fled when officers attempted to arrest him and was taken into custody after he was involved in a traffic crash in an attempt to avoid arrest.

Blair was taken into custody by the Ormond Beach Police Department with the assistance of the U.S. Marshall’s Task Force after an arrest warrant was issued by a Brevard County Judge. Blair faces local Volusia County charges and will be subsequently charged with Felony Murder, Burglary and Robbery upon his release and extradition to Brevard County.

While the investigation is still ongoing I want to commend the members of our North Precinct General Crimes Unit, Homicide Agents, Crime Scene Unit, the Ormond Beach Police Department the State Attorney’s Office and our partners at the U.S. Marshals Office for their dedication and commitment to bringing the perpetrator of this violent homicide to justice!!

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)5 days ago

Earlier today our agency hosted a “Flight Line Barbecue” for our veterans and active duty military to show our appreciation for their service to our great nation!!

The event which took place at the hangar of our Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Aviation Unit, included static displays of our helicopters, our Bomb Squad, our Ag/Marine Unit and also exhibitions by our Motor Unit and K-9 Teams.

In addition, our Aviation Unit conducted a mock marine rescue using our hoist system and a fly over of our Huey Helicopter while over 200 Veterans enjoyed free BBQ compliments of Mr. & Mrs. Scott DeMasso and Space Coast Honda. The BBQ was prepared by our Ag/Marine Unit who always do an amazing job at making sure we have some awesome BBQ.

Our veterans also enjoyed key lime pie courtesy of Louie Moorehead at “The Key Lime Pie Company” in Cocoa Beach and Cookies and Cupcakes courtesy of Hospice of St. Francis Community Outreach Leader, Amanda Herrnkind.

I want to personally thank all of those who attended today’s event, Chief Pilot John Coppola and our entire Aviation Unit, our SWAT Team and of course Commander Greg Purden and his amazing Special Ops Team that made today’s event possible!!

And as always, Don Weaver and the team at the Merritt Island Veteran’s Center for helping put the event together and for all they do to make sure our American Heroes are never forgotten!!

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)
Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official)6 days ago

Earlier today it was my honor to stand with President Trump in the Oval Office as he vetoed Congress’ action of overturning his Emergency Declaration on Border Security!!

The President invited approximately 10 Sheriffs from across the country to stand in unison with him and our Federal Law Enforcement partners as we join together in our concern and efforts to address illegal immigration. The efforts include partnering together to combat illegal immigration as well as working to define a clear path of citizenship for those who wish to come to our country legally.

Based upon information provided by the United States Customs and Border Patrol Agents and the Department of Homeland Security, there is no question that there is a state of emergency along our southern borders where many thousands of illegal aliens and drugs are constantly crossing our borders.

I was honored to attend today’s event as Border Security impacts our entire country, as those who cross our borders illegally filter into our communities where they impact public safety. Our agency will continue to work closely with ICE and Border Patrol as we work to protect our citizens and the second busiest Passenger Cruise Terminal in the country!!

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

Earlier this week East Precinct Deputy, Sarah Ouellette was flagged down by a concerned Merritt Island citizen who observed a small baby raccoon near the roadway at N Tropical Trail and Sawyer Ave., in Merritt Island. The citizen was deeply concerned that the baby raccoon was going to be hit by a car and fortunately saw Deputy Ouellette in the immediate vicinity.

Deputy Ouellette quickly responded to the area and was able to locate the baby raccoon who was in fact about to wander out into the busy roadway on N Tropical Trail. Deputy Ouellette was able to keep the baby raccoon from the roadway and took it into safety to protect it from harm.

After a diligent search for the raccoon’s family, the baby was turned over to the Brevard County Animal Services Unit to make sure it was kept safe from harm.

Deputy Ouellette did a great job at making sure the baby raccoon was safe and in demonstrating that our team members truly work hard every day to protect everyone and everything in our community!!

Great Job Sarah!!

Sheriff Wayne Ivey