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This week, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced the sentencing of a known gang member convicted of trafficking a young girl. Moody’s Statewide Prosecutors secured a 13-year prison sentence for Michael Hill after the defendant...
Jeanette Nuñez, Florida Highway Patrol Highlight Human Trafficking and Drug Trafficking Prevention Efforts
This week, Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez and the Florida Highway Patrol hosted a roundtable discussion with local North Florida law enforcement about efforts to combat human trafficking and drug trafficking around the I-10, I-75...
On Tuesday, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody issued a Consumer Alert warning Floridians about charity scams attempting to exploit the heroic actions of Florida Highway Patrol Master Trooper Toni Schuck. On March 6, a drunk...
For years, police officers have been blamed for purposely pulling over more of those in the Black community than any other group when it comes to traffic stops. But a new traffic data analysis by...
Auxiliary and reserve troopers are volunteers who dedicate a minimum required number of hours per quarter or month—the number of hours vary from agency to agency. Most put in well above the minimum hours required, as there are many opportunities to participate in special details and enforcement activities.
“I appreciate all the hard work being done by our local officials, the Florida National Guard, the Florida Highway Patrol and our law enforcement to help ensure the safety of residents and visitors, as well as those who are engaging in peaceful First Amendment activity,” said DeSantis.
On Monday, as riots and protests continue across the nation in response to George Floyd’s murder, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that he was calling up 700 members of the Florida National Guard soldiers and 1,300 Florida Highway Patrol troopers to support local law enforcement efforts.
The operation targets those who drive impaired and otherwise jeopardize public safety by disobeying the traffic laws in Florida. This involves a three-day operation in all 67 Florida counties that includes identifying traffic violators and visible signs of impairment, enhancing overall safety, raising community awareness, and more.
“From November 25 to 29 all available FHP troopers, along with FHP reserve and auxiliary members, will be patrolling the roads to help ensure safe travel,” the FHP noted.
On Monday, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) and its division of the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) teamed up to crack down on speeding.
With 2.3 million Floridians traveling for the Independence Day holiday with 2 million of them planning to hit the highways, the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) plans to be busy in the days to come.
Many First Coast residents say calling for the National Guard is nothing more than a political move to embarrass Curry.