The Crime Scene Unit is dedicated to providing investigative support in the area of physical-evidence analysis to the units of the Sheriff’s Office and other local, state and federal agencies in order to assist in reducing crime and improve the quality of life for the citizens of Brevard County. The ID section of the unit handles the quality control, processing, sequencing and management/tracking of fingerprint cards of persons arrested in Brevard County and taken to Jail.
Unit Contact Information
Phone Number: (321) 633-8412
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can someone visit my school and speak about crime scene technology?
A: Crime Scene personnel are occasionally available for speaking engagement at schools. Please make your request for a guest speaker via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org (be sure to include the age/grade range of students).
Q: I am working on a degree in crime scene technology and would like to intern with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. What do I need to do to become an intern?
A: The Crime Scene Unit accepts a limited number of interns each semester. Please send a letter detailing your internship request and current education level to the below address. You will also need to complete a Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Employment Application prior to acceptance.
Crime Scene Unit
340 Gus Hipp Blvd.
Rockledge, FL 32955
Q: I’d like to become a Crime Scene Investigator. Where do I start?
A: If you are interested in a career in crime scene investigation, visit Eastern Florida State College website.