BCSO Correction's Deputy Xavier "X" McCormick arrested for DUI

Brevard Deputy Arrested For DUI: Information Confirmed Via BCSO’s PIO

Click image of CO Deputy McCormick to view the arrest report. Share on Facebook Tags: 18th Judicial, BCSO. Xavier Eric McCormick

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BCSO’s August 2016 IAs

Thank you Volusia Exposed for continuously covering Brevard County. Here are the links to August IAs Deputy Lyndale Smith – Substandard Performance http://volusiaexposed.com/brevard/investigations/bcso/bcso2016/2016-CI-013Smith.pdf Agent Raonel Barrial – Alleged D.A.V.I.D violation http://volusiaexposed.com/brevard/investigations/bcso/bcso2016/2016-CI-020Barrial.pdf Share on Facebook No tags for this post.

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SOLD! Cocoa Village. By Corrupt Politicians. Shame on you Mayor Parrish! Dale Fitzgerald

The exciting promise of brownstones and a restaurant being built on the site of old City Hall has certainly helped Cocoa Village property values.  The problem is; the land, valued at $310,000.00, was given away, not sold.  The problem is; Mayor Parrish did not mention…

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Volusia Exposed: Motion To Dismiss Filed In The Dana Loyd Prosecution

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Officer Brian Roy retires from Titusville Police Department today 9/8/16

Happy Retirement Officer Roy…

Titusville Police Department loses a great Officer Today…after nearly 30 years (two months shy of 30 years), Officer Brian Roy #732 pushes his car for the last time today. Officer Roy was the Officer that always had a smile on his face, and addressed people…

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Brevard Sheriff Deputy Yousef Hafza Secures Bail For Road Rage Murder Of Palm Bay Man

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In The Defense Of Dana Delaney – Part 7 Volusia Exposed

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Assistant State Attorney Michael Hunt Named Florida’s Outstanding Prosecutor of the Year by Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association

Assistant State Attorney Michael Hunt, a 37-year advocate for crime victims, has been selected as the recipient of the Outstanding Prosecutor of the Year Award by the statewide prosecutors association, State Attorney Phil Archer announced today (Tuesday, Aug. 23).Pictured l to r: State Attorney Archer…

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Former BCSO Deputy Accepts Plea Bargain In Sexual Misconduct Arrest Watch Courtroom Video

Former BCSO Correction’s Deputy Taylor takes a plea….   Thank you VolusiaExposed.com for your continued dedication to Brevard’s Best News while I am in the penalty box. Dana Share on Facebook No tags for this post.

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An updated and stronger Mr. GQ,,,click image to read article!

Kovacs’s Corner: A word on Law Enforcement Cameras Marc Kovacs

The public’s encouragement and desire for Law Enforcement wearing        “body cameras” has been a good  thing for Law Enforcement.       The truth is coming out that a majority of  Law Enforcement Officers do nothing wrong and most complaints are unfounded.    Part of the problem that we see is the media driven desire to “sell stories,  sensationalism and advertising”.  One incident is repeatedly shown by                       every media outlet and  is shown numerous times.  This leaves the public the illusion that there  are multiple incidents occurring as you witness the story numerous times.   Are there corrupt (all inclusive for “bad” cop) Law Enforcement officers?   Of course there are, more so in the administrations.  The administrations contain more corruption than you could ever imagine.   The Chiefs and Sheriffs routinely subscribe to the mantra of “take care of the city (county)” at all costs.   This is what is taught in management schools, so they do not really care about the  citizens/ residents.  They take care of the organization, which is in direct contrast to  “community policing”.  Officers and Deputies are expendable to the organization.   As long as the Chief (Sheriff) and the city (county) official are protected and  insulated it does not matter who is “disposed of”.  How does this tie into “body  cameras” you may ask. Why are Law Enforcement Officers opposed to cameras?              Citizens have the  misconception that cops do not want cameras because                                 the cops are   “hiding” their “wrong doings”, when in fact the truth is that they know that  agencies will utilize the camera recordings to seek out policy violations  to allow the agency to say, “ see, we are staying on top of our officers”.      Officers get written up because a  third party that is reviewing the video begins looking for every violation of policy.   Look, every time you drive you break a  law.  It is virtually impossible to follow every traffic law that is in writing.                            EVERY driver plays  the odds when  driving, whether you fail to use a turn signal, drive one mile an hour over the speed limit,      cross the white  line when coming to a stop and numerous more.               If an officer witnesses a violation,  they decide whether or not to act on the violation and if Law Enforcement enforced every violation       you would never get a “cop” when  you called.  Cops know that modern        administrations subscribe to the  mentality that they MUST be  oppressive and enforce every policy they can to maintain discipline.                            The belief of keeping    the cops under …

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