BCSO Enforcers, Edgewood Jr., Sr. High Faculty Play Charity Game To Raise Funds For Security Initiatives

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On Thursday, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Enforcer’s played against the Edgewood Faculty during an in-school basketball game to help the school raise funds for various security initiatives. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On Thursday, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Enforcer’s played against the Edgewood Faculty during an in-school basketball game to help the school raise funds for various security initiatives.

Our Enforcers Basketball Team is made up of Law Enforcement Officers, Fire Rescue and Corrections Deputies who volunteer their time to engage with the youth of Brevard County through fun and competitive sports and programs.

Playing in front of a sold out crowd, the Enforcers come out on top after a hard fought game with a final score of 44-39. In addition to having fun on the court playing with our team I also got the chance to speak with the students at halftime about the importance of staying safe during Spring Break.

Please join me in thanking student Devin Visconti for setting up the game, Edgewood Principal Jacqueline Ingratta for inviting us to play, our Enforcers Team for all they do, and the amazing students for attending the game and showing their support and appreciation for both teams!

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

Sheriff Wayne Ivey addresses the sold out crowd. (BCSO Image)
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