WATCH: Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Features K9 ‘Junny’ in New Kids Safety Program

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Junny has taken on his own persona and deeply beloved by our kids in our community

ABOVE VIDEO: The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has begun a new initiative to teach the children of Brevard County safety tips with the help of the official BCSO mascot, Junny.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has begun a new initiative to teach the children of Brevard County safety tips with the help of the official BCSO mascot, Junny.

Over the course of the past several years, I’ve come to realize that everyone loves Junny.

I’ve quickly become his Uber driver and personal chauffeur, that takes him everywhere he goes so he can visit with the community he so passionately loves.

In fact, as our mascot, Junny has taken on his own persona and deeply beloved by our kids in our community.

So we decided to create a new kids safety program using Junny to connect with the kids and share all of the important safety tips that are younger generation needs to hear.

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Regardless if the children are learning about how to call for help, home alone safety, school safety, internet safety, swim safety, or even gun safety.

Our new Junny safety tips can be printed off our website and are a great tool for teaching our most precious of citizens, our children.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has begun a new initiative to teach the children of Brevard County safety tips with the help of the official BCSO mascot, Junny, above right with Sheriff Wayne Ivey. (BCSO image)

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