BCSO To Host ‘Speedy DeWitt’ Law Enforcement, Military Police Shooting Competition April 21
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // April 20, 2016
SUPPORTS BREVARD COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY FUND
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On April 21st our annual “Speedy DeWitt” competition in honor and namesake of Captain Speedy DeWitt, will be held to raise money for the Brevard County Public Safety Charity.
While the shooting competition is only open to Law Enforcement and Active Duty Military Police there are plenty of ways that our citizens can help out for a very worthy cause.
This year’s shooting course will present each two-person team with a challenging scenario, requiring participants to think and shoot their way through a “Hogan’s Alley” style pistol/rifle course. Teams will shoot from a variety of positions, using cover and identifying appropriate targets.
The cost is $20.00 per 2 man team to run the event and receive the event shirt as well. SWAT and SRT can participate in a separate category (swat category), yet the course is the same. Prizes will be given to the top 1st places in both (open, swat) categories. The rules only allow Sworn Law Enforcement to participate, to include active Military Police at PAFB and US Coast Guard.
There are also many raffle prizes, so everyone can participate, even if they are not competing. Please see the attached flyer, which identifies the raffle items.
The Public Safety Charity is a not for profit that was created to help our first responders and public safety members in their time of need.
Please call Oliva Franz at 321-633-8419 or email@example.com to purchase tickets for the incredible raffle items or purchase event T-shirts ($10.00).
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ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey talks with SpaceCoastDaily.com’s Matt O’Hern at the 2014 “Speedy” DeWitt Tactical Firearms Challenge, which was created to honor the memory of DeWitt while raising awareness and funding for deputies and police officers during serious medical hardships. This year’s event will serve as a fundraiser for our newly created Brevard County Public Safety Fund that supports Public Safety Officers and their families during a time of need.