Bondi Says Ivey ‘Exceptional Leader’ In Endorsement
By Space Coast Daily // July 25, 2012
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi has endorsed Wayne Ivey in his candidacy for Brevard County Sheriff.
“I am very proud to have received the endorsement of Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi,” said Ivey. “Attorney General Bondi has been actively involved in the State’s efforts to eradicate illegal pill mills and the associated pill abuse epidemic.”
Ivey, the former Resident Agent in Charge from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, has also been endorsed by Brevard County Sheriff Jack Parker.
“As the Attorney General for the state of Florida, I have had the unique opportunity to work with a number of outstanding law enforcement leaders,” said Bondi in her endorsement. “Wayne Ivey is one of those exceptional leaders,” she said.
“Wayne has over three decades of law enforcement experience where he has committed his efforts to protecting our communities. Wayne has implemented some of the most innovative and impacting programs developed in the law enforcement profession. His programs have become nationally recognized “Best Practices,” where he has lead and instructed officers across our country. For these reasons and many more, I am proud to endorse his candidacy for Brevard County Sheriff,” said Bondi.
31 Years Law Enforcement, Management Experience
Ivey has more than 31 years of law enforcement and management experience. As Resident Agent in Charge of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on Brevard and Volusia Counties, he managed both Field Offices which included supervising all statewide criminal investigations in the two counties, budgeting, resource allocation and partnership development.
“I am very proud to have received the endorsement of Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi,” said Ivey.
“As FDLE’s Resident Agent in Charge, it was a pleasure to work directly with AG Bondi in the statewide Pill Strike Force and to coordinate Brevard’s Regional response and efforts to this very important partnership,” said Ivey.
“Working directly with AG Bondi and our legislature, we will continue to develop strong legislation to protect our citizens and create effective partnerships with our citizens and business communities to provide them the information needed to protect themselves from becoming crime’s next victim.”
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