FDLE Special Agent in Charge Pape retires

Florida Department of Law Enforcement Jacksonville Regional Operations Center Special Agent in Charge Dominick Pape has accepted a director position with a large private security enterprise.   SAC Pape will retire from FDLE in May to begin his new position. 

“Dominick has been a dedicated leader for FDLE Jacksonville,” said FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey.    “His knowledge of law enforcement and criminal investigations has been a tremendous asset to FDLE.” 

SAC Pape began his FDLE career in 1988 as a Special Agent and was promoted through the ranks.  He has been in charge of the Jacksonville Regional Operations Center since 2005 directing FDLE law enforcement investigations for 13 counties.  He has earned multiple awards during his time at FDLE including three Commissioner Awards, two Davis Productivity Awards and a Superior Unit Citation.
For Further Information Contact:
Gretl Plessinger or Steve Arthur
FDLE Office of Public Information
(850) 410-7001

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