FDLE News


FDLE shares tips to keep you safe during data privacy week | 1/27/2023
Visit FDLE’s Secure Florida website for more information and tips to keep yourself, your family and your business safe at SecureFlorida.org.

In Case You Missed It: Governor DeSantis touts legislative priorities for law and order | 1/27/2023
"Governor Ron DeSantis knows the importance of keeping families safe, and, because of that, his commitment to law enforcement is unprecedented."

FDLE arrests Cape Coral woman in seven-figure embezzlement scheme | 1/25/2023
Carolyn Eulena Pilgrim, 41, faces first-degree felony charges of scheme to defraud and grand theft.

FDLE: Sexual Assault Kit tracking now available in many parts of Florida | 1/18/2023
Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Commissioner Mark Glass announced today that survivors of sexual violence now have a tool to follow the path of their sexual assault evidence collection kits (SAKs).

FDLE, SAO make homicide arrest in 2015 cold case | 1/18/2023
FDLE and the 20th Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Cold Case Homicide Unit arrested Bradley Lanorris Kelly, Jr.,  for a 2015 homicide in Clewiston, Florida.

Update: Florida Medical Examiners Commission Hurricane Ian deaths | 1/17/2023
Florida District Medical Examiners report hurricane deaths to the Medical Examiners Commission.

ICMY: FDLE joins human trafficking and drug trafficking prevention efforts roundtable | 1/13/2023
Roundtable hosted by Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez, FHP.
 

Update: Florida Medical Examiners Commission Hurricane Ian deaths | 1/13/2023
Florida District Medical Examiners report hurricane deaths to the Medical Examiners Commission

Law enforcement supervisors graduate from Florida Leadership Academy | 1/13/2023
Forty-two first-line supervisors from the Florida Leadership Academy, Class 52, graduate today.

Today is National AMBER Alert Awareness Day | 1/13/2023
AMBER Alerts save lives.

FDLE observes Human Trafficking Awareness Day, recognizes victims | 1/11/2023
If you are a victim or if you suspect someone is a victim of human trafficking, please call 911; your local law enforcement agency; Florida’s See Something, Say Something hotline at 1-855 FLA-SAFE (855-352-7233).

Update: Florida Medical Examiners Commission Hurricane Ian deaths | 1/10/2023
Florida District Medical Examiners report hurricane deaths to the Medical Examiners Commission

FDLE honors law enforcement personnel on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day | 1/9/2023
Thank you to all law enforcemnt professionals.

FDLE arrests former credit union employee for dark web fraud scheme | 1/3/2023
Wade Hampton Helms, 34, faces 44 felony counts.

Reward offered for information about Jasper homicide | 12/30/2022
A reward of $50,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) who murdered Jaworski Williams.

FDLE highlights 2022 accomplishments | 12/28/2022
FDLE lists 2022 accomplishments

FDLE seeks public's help in locating Brian Klecha, missing since 2017 | 12/19/2022
Brian Edward Klecha was last in December 2017 in Auburndale.

FDLE graduates 23 from its Advanced Leadership Program | 12/15/2022
ALP class graduates

FDLE arrests man for human trafficking and manslaughter | 12/13/2022
FDLE arrested Daniel Adam Rhodes, 42, on felony charges of human trafficking causing great bodily harm, permanent disability or permanent disfigurement, and manslaughter.

FDLE Commissioner Mark Glass warns about the dangers of fentanyl | 12/12/2022
FDLE Commissioner Mark Glass released a video following the publication of the Florida Medical Examiners Drugs in Deceased Persons report. 

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