Ivey, Klayman To Speak Tonight At Eastern Florida

By  //  August 6, 2013

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 ABOVE MAP: the National Night Out event being held in the parking lot of Eastern Florida State College located at 1519 Clearlake Road in Cocoa.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and Cocoa Chief Mark Klayman will speak tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the National Night Out event being held in the parking lot of Eastern Florida State College at 1519 Clearlake Road.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Sheriff Wayne Ivey

The Sheriff and Chief will discuss an upcoming initiative focusing on further reducing crime in both the City of Cocoa and the unincorporated areas of Cocoa.

“We don’t need to see an increase in certain crimes to know that we need to work on them,” said Chief Klayman.

“Although crime prevention, education and awareness are top priorities for both agencies, enforcement by removing violators from our streets is key to sustaining successful communities.”

Mark Klayman
Mark Klayman

In the City of Cocoa, Mayor Henry Parrish and City Council  desire to reduce crime in Cocoa to an unprecedented low.

“Team work and partnerships are key elements in the fight against crime,” said Sheriff Ivey.

“Coming together as a community will send a message that crime will not be tolerated in Brevard County.”

In this effort both agencies will be working diligently on information sharing and enforcement by “blurring” jurisdictional lines to accomplish their initiative.