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Ashley Moody, Law Enforcement Leaders Call on Floridians to Continue to Practice Social Distancing
“My heart goes out to our law enforcement officers and medical professionals risking their health and safety to fight this pandemic. While most Floridians are obeying the statewide stay-at-home order, some are abandoning the advice of health experts—forcing law enforcement into more face-to-face encounters than necessary,” Moody said.
Florida Law Enforcement Launches Operation Dry Streets to Crack Down on Impaired Driving
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.
FDLE Finishes Multi-Year Sexual Assault Kit Project
On Monday, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) completed a three-year project to process older sexual assault kits submitted by local law enforcement agencies to FDLE labs following a 2016 Sexual Assault Kit Assessment.
New Leaders at the Helm of the Florida Police Chiefs Association
Chief Kenneth Albano of the Temple Terrace Police Department was installed as the new president of the FPCA. He announced his plans as president to focus on officer health, safety, and wellness, particularly in light of the rising incidence of police officer suicides.