Police Athletic League Introduces New Board Members

By  //  September 7, 2013

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pal exists to help prevent juvenile crime

 BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Sheriff Wayne Ivey and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Police Athletic League, Inc. proudly introduced members of the BCSO PAL Board recently during a benefit breakfast at the Courtyard by Marriott in Cocoa Beach.

Ralph Perrone

The new Board of Directors includes Ralph Perrone Sr., Derek Kellgren, David Lightholder, Jr., Steve Shortridge,  Charles Nash, Maj. Mike DeMorat, Maj. John Mellick, Lt. Mike Scully, Lt. Fran Cirillo, Donald Frantzen, Buzz Petsos, Glenda Brown and Denise Postlethweight.

“The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Police Athletic League exists to help prevent juvenile crime and violence by providing civic, athletic, recreational and educational opportunities and resources to the youth of our community,” said Sheriff Ivey.

“The PAL board’s mission is to provide leadership, team building and mentoring by promoting  a drug and alcohol free lifestyle through positive law enforcement interaction.”


BCSO’s PAL is based on the concept that, by engaging the youth in a positive and challenging environment we help prepare them with the needed life skills and mindset to be completely prepared for their journey through life.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey
Sheriff Wayne Ivey

The PAL program surrounds our youth with the positive influence of law enforcement officers and community leaders and works to expand public awareness about the importance of developing responsible values and attitudes in our youngest citizens.

“I’m honored that our business and community leaders have chosen to help guide and promote the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Police Athletic League,” said Sheriff Ivey.

“I look forward to working with each of these  professionals and the entire Board as we collectively work to develop and mentor the next generation of leaders.”

For more information visit BrevardSheriff.com or call 321-264-6767