Brevard County Sergeant Alan Rainey Retires After 33 Years of Service to BCSO

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joined the Sheriff’s Office in 1987

This past Friday, we wished a very happy retirement to Brevard County Sheriff’s Office family member Sergeant Alan Rainey. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – This past Friday, we wished a very happy retirement to Brevard County Sheriff’s Office family member Sergeant Alan Rainey.

Alan has enjoyed an incredible career with our agency and leaves behind a legacy of professionalism that is second to none!! Alan is truly a friend to all and he will be missed by our entire agency and community!!

Alan joined the Sheriff’s Office in 1987, and has proudly served our agency and community with over 33 years of service. Alan was originally assigned to the Brevard County Jail Complex where he was an exceptional Booking Deputy and was later assigned to our Transportation Unit where he remained throughout his career, becoming the unit supervisor.

In addition to his duties as a member of our Transportation Unit, Alan also spearheaded our annual Law Ride that helps raise money for the families of fallen Law Enforcement Officers in Central Florida.

Alan joined the Sheriff’s Office in 1987, and has proudly served our agency and community with over 33 years of service. (BCSO Image)

Alan takes great pride in the annual event and will continue to serve our agency and community as the Law Ride Coordinator and a member of our Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Unit.

Please join me in congratulating Alan for his incredible efforts and commitment to our agency and citizens!

Congrats my friend, job well done!

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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