Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and Phil Archer, state attorney for Brevard and Seminole counties will be guests of Mike Holfeld and “Flashpoint,” as they talk about “It’s Time to Be a Parent Again.” […]
Earlier this year the University of Central Florida College of Sciences, Dr. Adam Pritchard and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office teamed up with an innovative Workgroup designed to improve investigative responses to Domestic Violence. […]
Run 4 the Future, ,” a family-funa 5k walk/run is set for Dec. 6 and will benefit the Take Stock in Children Program, a drop-out prevention, mentoring and scholarship program for deserving students in Brevard Public Schools. […]
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey and State Attorney Phil Archer, flanked by Florida’s top legislative leaders, held a news conference on Wednesday at the Capitol to announce the launch of “It’s Time to be a Parent Again” Pilot Program to help parents with parenting issues. […]
Eighteenth Judicial Circuit State Attorney Phil Archer and Gail Cordial, Executive Director of Florida Partners in Crisis, have been re-appointed by Chief Justice Jorge Labarga for two-year terms to the Florida Supreme Court Task Force on Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues in the Courts. […]
Phil Archer, State Attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit of Florida, which includes Brevard and Seminole Counties, recently recognized the service of several members of the Brevard office for their longevity and performance. […]
State Attorney Phil Archer honored victim advocates, law enforcement workers and others for their efforts on behalf of crime victims yesterday in observance of the 30th annual National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.
In the first-ever application of rapid DNA technology in a criminal investigation, the Palm Bay Police Department, working closely with the State Attorney’s Office for the 18th Judicial Circuit, is ready to use DNA profiles obtained from the RapidHIT 200 in a criminal prosecution. […]