Combined Operation Seeks Juvenile Probation Compliance

By  //  July 12, 2013

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Various law enforcement officials participated in a countywide operation designed to seek compliance of juvenile supervised probation, curfew and court ordered release conditions.

“We are fortunate to enjoy great partnerships and last night’s public safety effort demonstrates the commitment to serving the youth we supervise. The operation was a complete success with 95 percent of the juveniles checked found to be in compliance. This partnership sent a very strong message to those under DJJ supervision that compliance is mandatory and those who refuse to follow the rules will be removed from our communities.” Sheriff Wayne Ivey stated.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Titusville PD, Melbourne PD, Palm Bay PD, Cocoa PD, Rockledge PD, Cocoa Beach PD, Satellite Beach PD, and the Department of Juvenile Justice participated in a countywide operation designed to seek compliance of juvenile supervised probation, curfew and court ordered release conditions.

In a coordinated effort, agencies across the county checked residences of juveniles serving terms of probation, curfews and court ordered release conditions to ensure compliance.

The goal of the operation was to confirm compliance and ensure the juveniles and their families are aware of the resources available to avoid violations.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office conducted 76 checks with 72 determined to be in complete compliance. Two violations resulted in arrests.

COMMITMENT TO SERVING THE YOUTH

Chief Probation Officer Dan Rodgers stated, “I am very pleased with the support and cooperation we received from the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and the other participating law enforcement agencies in Brevard County.”

Sheriff Wayne Ivey

Sheriff Wayne Ivey

“We are fortunate to enjoy great partnerships and last night’s public safety effort demonstrates the commitment to serving the youth we supervise,” said Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

“The operation was a complete success with 95 percent of the juveniles checked found to be in compliance. This partnership sent a very strong message to those under DJJ supervision that compliance is mandatory and those who refuse to follow the rules will be removed from our communities.”


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