Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Starts Campaign to Bring Awareness to Animal Abuse
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // February 9, 2022
report animal abuse and animal cruelty to BCSO at 321-633-2024
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – While most victims can dial 911, our pets can’t call for help, and sadly, those that are abused are way too often victimized by their owners or those they trust to take care of them.
While in Brevard County we have zero tolerance for crime, we also understand that “it takes a community to protect a community” and that goes much further than protecting our citizens and businesses against crime, as it also includes working together to protect animals and our pets.
That’s why our agency in partnership with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Pet Posse are starting a countywide campaign to bring awareness to animal abuse and animal cruelty.
As part of this new initiative we are asking you, our citizens to be the voice for these innocent victims, by reporting animal abuse and animal cruelty to our agency at (321) 633-2024.
In the coming weeks we will have “Not Everyone Can Dial 911” yard signs available for our citizens and business to obtain at our Patrol Precincts, the Animal Care Center, and at various events hosted by the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.
By working together we can help protect those who can’t dial 911 and I promise you, that if someone abuses an animal in Brevard County, I will personally walk their sorry butts into jail and bring them to justice for their actions.
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey