Florida Department of Law Enforcement
A new form of technology has made its way into the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday, in efforts to make the fingerprinting process a little more easier.
Miami-Dade Police cancelled the statewide Amber Alert early Monday evening after a 5 year old girl, believed to have been abducted, was found safe.
A man from Trinidad who flew to Miami to reportedly have sex with children was arrested when he stepped off a plane at Miami International Airport.
A group of protesters upset over the not guilty verdict outcome of the George Zimmerman trial has ended a 31-day long protest at the Florida Capitol.
The “People’s Session,” a mock legislative session put-on by the protesters still upset with the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, is over but the protesters still don’t plan on leaving the hallway near Scott’s office—and they have also established a new goal.
Protesters who have taken up residence at the Florida Capitol demonstrating their displeasure at the George Zimmerman trial have racked up extra security costs, State law enforcement officials said Tuesday.
For a fourth day in a row, protesters remained firmly in place at the Florida Capitol demanding a special legislative session. The protesters said they plan to remain locked in place for the entire weekend.
As a small group of peaceful protesters persist at the state’s Capitol Wednesday, Governor Rick Scott reiterated that he does not have plans to call a session to address Florida’s self-defense laws following the George Zimmerman trial, the man acquitted of charges in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin.
Top Florida Democratic legislators have called for an inquiry into just how thorough a job the Florida Department of Law Enforcement did in their investigation into suspected voter fraud at a company that was at one time aligned with the Republican Party.
Governor Rick Scott said Thursday that no matter what the verdict is in the George Zimmerman trial, law enforcement across the state will be ready.