BCSO's Jeff Jarvis Receives 2011 Distinguished Service Award
|Jeff Jarvis (middle) with Lori Mizell, Executive Director CFA/FCAC and |
Sheriff Tommy Seagraves, Nassau County FL, FCAC Commission Chair
SHARPES, Florida – The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office announced today that Accreditation Manager Jeff Jarvis was selected as the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission’s, “2011 Distinguished Service Award” recipient for the State of Florida. Jeff was presented this award at the Florida Police Accreditation Commission Conference in Bonita Springs on June 26, 2012.
The Sheriff’s Office released a statement which read, “Jeff Jarvis has been involved with the FCAC accreditation process for several years, and has provided unique insight and expertise for improvements to the FCAC process and standards. His correctional expertise and willingness to assist other agencies through the accreditation process have been exemplary. Jeff has provided significant suggestions for updates to standards which were approved by the Commission and greatly enhanced the FCAC standards.”
In the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Jeff has been recognized for many jail improvements to include implementing the jail’s innovative “going green” program which produced significant savings for the Jail Complex.
“Jeff is a great blessing to our Jail and our Sheriff’s Office. He is constantly thinking of ways to improve the jail operation by making it safer and more affordable,” said Brevard County Sheriff Jack Parker. “His work is outstanding and he would be welcomed in any jail, or any successful company for that matter. We consider ourselves very fortunate he has chosen to be a member of our team.”