Florida Department of Law Enforcement
The attorney representing two Miami Gardens police officers, who were involved in the shooting death of a mentally ill man in February, said a just-released dash cam video shows evidence in their favor.
First they asked for an independent review of the shooting. They followed that up with a lawsuit. Now, the family of Lavall Hall has requested the Miami-Dade State Attorney allow them to make public a copy of a Miami Gardens Police recording of the actual shooting.
A north Florida police officer participating in a firearms training was fatally shot, according to officials.
A 36-year-old woman has been arrested for threatening to hire a hit-man to kill Governor Rick Scott.
A Florida Senate panel on Monday approved what backers call a “school safety” bill that would allow school superintendents to tap employees or volunteers to carry concealed weapons on school property.
A former child protective investigator, arrested on charges of official misconduct, was released from jail on Thursday evening.
Rommell Johnson, an inmate at a Florida Panhandle prison who had chronic asthma, couldn’t breathe on June 3, 2010.
South Florida students did not encounter any technical issues Monday while taking the state’s new standardized test, however, the state’s top law enforcement agency is investigating testing delays caused by cyber-attacks on a server used to administer the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA).
A former Sweetwater detective is on the other side of the law after being arrested on a fraud charge.
A man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in central Florida.