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2017 Honored Employees

LONGEVITY AWARDS PARTNERSHIP AWARD This award signifies that the recipient has consistently demonstrated dedication to strengthening the relationship of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office with the community it serves through loyalty, honor, professionalism and community involvement. Dr. Desmond K. Blackburn and Captain John W. Murray are this year’s recipients. Desmond K. Blackburn, Ph.D., has led Read More

2016 Honored Employees

    LONGEVITY AWARDS 20 Years of Service   Mary M. Adams Rene R. Aoun Patricia L. Borsanyi Harry R. Cieszynski Francis H. Dufresne Barbara L. Hensley Alexis Herrera Evan B. Hightower Byron F. Keck Ronald C. Little Russell W. McCarthy Steven D. McNatt, Jr. Kimberly A. Moore Jorge E. Morell Thomas I. Mosebach, Jr. Bret Read More

2015 Honored Employees

In 2004, Sergeant Lucy Ross was taken from us as she was responding to a crime scene. Lucy was very special to all of us. One of the ways we celebrate her life is through the recognition of a very special person in the Sheriff’s Office who demonstrates the same qualities as Lucy – qualities Read More

2014 Honored Employees

2015 BCSO AWARDS CEREMONY For the past two years I have had the distinct honor to be part of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and have also had the chance to witness firsthand the many incredible achievements by the remarkable men and women of this agency. Tonight we will be recognizing a number of those Read More

2007 Honored Employees

Deputy of the Year Award In August 2007, Deputy Tabbitha Harvey responded to a suspected burglary involving the theft of firearms. Upon arriving, two male subjects were located in the area of the identified residence as they were preparing to leave. The two men were initially cooperative with directions of the deputies. However, one of Read More

2008 Honored Employees

Deputy of the Year Award On August 3, 2008 a suicidal man drove his SUV off of a bridge and into the Banana River on Merritt Island. The SUV floated approximately twenty-five yards from the shore before sinking. Even though the windows were down, the driver was making no attempt to exit the sinking vehicle. Read More