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Civil Process Fees

Judicial Process consists of Warrants, Teletype, Enforceable Civil Process, Non-Enforceable Civil Process, and Validations. The Judicial Process Unit is responsible for fulfilling the Sheriff’s constitutional responsibilities as the keeper of Criminal and Civil Process. The Judicial Process Criminal Process Unit operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, receiving, processing and maintaining all felony Read More

Deadbeat Parents

WANTED – For failure to pay Child Support Search for Deadbeat Parents Learn More: State of Florida, Locating Missing Parents. Please call the Warrants Unit at (321) 264-5217 for additional information.

Visiting Information

Notice: The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Jail Complex Inmate Visitation will be suspended starting Tuesday, December 7th thru Friday, December 10th due to system upgrades.  (With the exception of in-person Professional visits that have been pre-scheduled) Video Visitation There are two video visitation options: Remote Video Visit: A video visit conducted over the internet through Read More

SWAT Team

Dedication, courage and commitment are often words that come to mind when describing the men and women who make up the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Special Weapons and Tactics team (SWAT). The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has had a SWAT team since 1977 when the first team was formed in order to respond to critical Read More

K-9 Unit

At the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, like most other large law enforcement agencies in the world, K-9 Units are an essential tool in the fight against crime. A canine’s superior sense of smell allows them to not only detect miniscule odors undetectable by their human law enforcement counterparts, but to distinguish these odors from an Read More

2005 Honored Employees

Deputy of the Year Award In 2005, BCSO recognized 3 Deputy Sheriffs with the 2005 Deputy of the Year for their heroic actions. Deputy Shannon Griffin, Corporal Brian Adams, and Deputy Barrett Bright were selected to receive this prestigious award for the incredible efforts to save three accident victims who had been trapped underwater in Read More

2006 Honored Employees

Deputy of the Year Award In 2006, BCSO recognized Deputy Marie Clark, FTO Robert Cline, and Deputy Jose Santos with the Deputy of the Year for their display of exceptional courage and teamwork in a life-threatening situation. Without hesitation, they put their lives in danger to save the lives of a mother and her children Read More

2009 Honored Employees

Deputy of the Year Award Corporal Jay Church Corporal Jay Church is recognized as the “2009 Deputy of the Year” for his display of exceptional courage and teamwork throughout 2009. In early 2009, Deputy Jay Church was assigned as a Field Training Officer at our South Precinct. He was then transferred to West precinct to Read More