Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey Assisting Daytona Police Chief’s Transition To Volusia Sheriff

By  //  October 17, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey discusses the 4 A’s to survive a active shooter situation – Awareness, Avoidance, Arm and Attack. Ivey, who will assist Daytona Police Chief Mike Chitwood’s transition to Volusia County Sheriff, is among America’s most visible and popular sheriffs, and will begin his second term as Brevard County Sheriff after running unopposed in the 2016 primary and general elections.

DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA — Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey is a key member of the transition team assisting Daytona Police Chief Mike Chitwood make the metamorphosis to Volusia County Sheriff.

Ivey is among America’s most visible and popular sheriffs, and will begin his second term in next month as Brevard County Sheriff after running unopposed in the 2016 primary and general elections.

Chitwood became sheriff-elect of Volusia County after a convincing Aug. 30 primary victory over his four opponents.

He garnered more than half the votes and avoided a runoff in the Nov. 8 general election.
The 52-year-old Philadelphia native and 10-year Daytona Beach police chief will replace Sheriff Ben Johnson, who announced earlier this year that he would retire after 16 years on the job.

But while the grueling task of campaigning is over, there’s more work to be done as the chief transitions from the blue and gray of the Daytona Beach police to the dark green of the Sheriff’s Office.

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ABOVE VIDEO: The question is never which organization Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey backs, because he backs them all, focusing his leadership and vision to generate success, and not just financial support, for Brevard nonprofits.


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