FDLE News


FDLE’s Secure Florida celebrates 20 years helping protect Florida against cyber threats | 12/1/2023
Secure Florida offers free education and awareness resources to businesses, citizens

FDLE continues to seek information about missing Samantha Fiddler | 11/29/2023
7 years passed since initial disappearance

#ICYMI – Attorney General Moody encourages Floridians to be cautious shopping online | 11/27/2023
Today in Tampa, Attorney General Moody, Florida Department of Law Enforcement leaders and members of the CFEU urged Floridians to protect sensitive information while holiday shopping.

FDLE: Former Opa-Locka police officer arrested on grand theft, fraud charges | 11/16/2023
FDLE Miami was requested to investigate when police department discovered fraudulent charges on credit card account.

FDLE’s Sworn Training Unit hosts single-officer active shooter response training | 11/16/2023
Law enforcement investigators take part in tactical training
 

FDLE arrests Milton man for possession, promotion of child sexual abuse material | 11/8/2023
75-year-old charged on more than 30 counts.

FDLE arrests Eustis man for possession of child sexual abuse material | 11/3/2023
Eustis Police Department and the Department of Homeland Security Investigations assisted in the case.

FDLE Capitol Police Officer Angela Ormerod provides safety tips ahead of Halloween | 10/31/2023
FDLE Capitol Police Officer Angela Ormerod offers these tips for keeping your family safe while trick or treating this Halloween. 
 

FDLE commemorates 15 years of Florida Silver Alerts | 10/31/2023
This month marks the fifteenth anniversary of Florida’s Silver Alert program.  Since the program’s inception in 2008, more than 3,200 Silver Alerts have been activated, more than 170 this year alone. 

The Florida Sex Offender Registry helps keep families safe on Halloween | 10/27/2023
The FDLE app allows families to search Florida’s Sex Offender Registry while trick or treating

FDLE Pensacola invites families to the annual PROC Trunk or Treat event | 10/27/2023
Happening tonight at FDLE’s Pensacola Regional Operations Center “PROC.”

FDLE invites families to the Third Annual Capitol Police Trunk or Treat event | 10/26/2023
Happening October 26 in the Capitol courtyard.

FDLE busts three for armed robbery | 10/26/2023
Diligent work by FDLE led to the apprehension of the trio

FDLE arrests paid petition circulators for fraudulent use of personal ID information | 10/23/2023
Three fraudsters arrested in separate cases.

FDLE arrests Lehigh Acres man for threats to kill and child sexual abuse material | 10/20/2023
FDLE arrested Dakoda Craig Daniels, 27, of Lehigh Acres, Friday at his residence.  The 27-year-old suspect used texting app to manipulate juvenile victim
 

FDLE, Polk County SO and Lake Wales PD bring down burglary ring | 10/10/2023
Five arrested for racketeering crimes in seven counties.

FDLE, LCSO arrest South Carolina fugitive wanted for crimes against children | 10/6/2023
Fugitive absconded from South Carolina authorities in March

FDLE: Fort Myers man arrested in Pennsylvania sexual assault cold case | 10/6/2023
FDLE agents assist in the apprehension
 

FDLE: emergency alerts save lives | 10/6/2023
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC) uses Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) in emergency situations when a child goes missing and is in imminent danger of death or serious injury.

FDLE seeks the public’s help to crack the 1974 James Norris cold case | 10/4/2023
James Norris’ murder remains unsolved almost 50 years later

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