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FDLE Response to Hurricane Sally

 

September 2020

 

9/18/20
  • More than 150 state law enforcement officers have been deployed to impacted areas in Florida’s Panhandle. 
  • FDLE's Mutual Aid Team is coordinating 25 law enforcement missions assisting local agencies after Hurricane Sally with patrols, traffic enforcement and escorts for fuel and power crews, water search and rescue.
  • FDLE and other state law enforcement partners are working at the state EOC and with the FDLE Pensacola virtual Regional Law Enforcement Coordination team.
  • Agents from FDLE Jacksonville are deployed in Santa Rosa County working a staging area sending public safety assets to areas in need.


9/17/20
 
  • More than 100 state law enforcement officers have been deployed to impacted areas in Florida’s Panhandle. 
  • FDLE's Mutual Aid Team is coordinating more than a dozen law enforcement missions assisting local agencies after Hurricane Sally with search and rescue, patrols, traffic enforcement and escorts for fuel and power crews.
•     FDLE and other state law enforcement partners are working at the state EOC and with the FDLE Pensacola virtual Regional Law Enforcement Coordination team.
 
9/16/20
 
  • FDLE’s mutual aid team is leading and coordinating Florida’s law enforcement response, staging response teams to respond as soon as conditions allow. 
  • Pensacola’s Regional Operations Center is operating a virtual Regional Law Enforcement Coordination team and assessing damage.  
9/15/20
 
  • FDLE’s mutual aid team is leading and coordinating Florida’s law enforcement response, identifying deployment teams and equipment ready to respond if necessary.  
  • Pensacola’s Regional Operations Center is operating a virtual Regional Law Enforcement Coordination team to respond to any needs following landfall.