FDLE News


Florida detainee DNA hits lead to arrests in sexual battery cases | 2/2/2024
The Collier County Sheriff’s Office is the first law enforcement agency in the state to make arrests under a new DNA database collection law, signed by Governor Ron DeSantis, that went into effect last July.

FDLE arrests Pensacola man on child solicitation charges | 1/30/2024
FDLE Cyber Squad undercover investigation leads to the arrest. 

This week is National Data Privacy Week | 1/26/2024
FDLE offers tips on how to keep your data private

FDLE arrests Lake County man on possession of child sexual abuse material | 1/26/2024
Suspect charged with 11 counts of possession of child sexual abuse material

FDLE Capitol Police Officer Angela Ormerod provides information on swatting | 1/24/2024
After a nationwide increase of swatting calls, FDLE Capitol Police Officer Angela Ormerod is providing information to Floridians about swatting and what to do if it happens to you. 
 

FDLE arrests 2 Pasco County men for possession of child sexual abuse material | 1/18/2024
Arrests were conducted 4 miles from each other

FDLE recognizes National AMBER Alert Awareness Day | 1/16/2024

Spotlighting Florida’s active AMBER Alerts.



FDLE graduates 22 from its Advanced Leadership Program | 1/16/2024
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s (FDLE) Bureau of Professional Development recently graduated 22 agency members from its Advanced Leadership Program.
 

FDLE recognizes National AMBER Alert Awareness Day | 1/13/2024
January 13 is AMBER Alert Awareness Day

FDLE arrests sex offender for online solicitation | 1/11/2024
Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) arrested Charles Alvey, 51 of Pensacola, for use of a computer to seduce a minor, transmission of material harmful to a minor, use of a two-way communication device to facilitate a felony, failure to register an internet identifier and failure to register a phone number. 

FDLE arrests Arcadia man for human trafficking arrest | 1/11/2024
Charges include lewd and lascivious molestation of a minor

FDLE arrests former DCF investigator for falsifying records | 1/11/2024
Man charged with falsifying Department of Children and Family Services records

FDLE Commissioner Glass thanks members for 2023 accomplishments | 1/10/2024
As we move into the new year, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) is highlighting some of its members’ most significant 2023 accomplishments.

 

FDLE Commissioner Glass thanks members for 2023 accomplishments | 1/10/2024
As we move into the new year, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) is highlighting some of its members’ most significant 2023 accomplishments.

 

FDLE’s Sworn Training Unit provides courses for Mississippi officers | 1/3/2024
Mississippi sheriff’s office requested FDLE training courses.

FDLE’s Sworn Training Unit holds Sniper School for law enforcement partners | 12/28/2023
The demanding training prepares law enforcement for crisis events.

FDLE seeks public's help in locating Brian Klecha | 12/27/2023
6 years since Klecha disappeared.

FDLE arrests paid petition circulators for petition fraud crimes | 12/21/2023
Fraudsters submitted falsified marijuana and gambling petitions.

FDLE arrests DCF employee for falsifying home visit records | 12/20/2023
The former dependence case manager also charged with theft, official misconduct.
 

FDLE announces new crimefighting tool to assist in large scale firearms investigations | 12/18/2023
Tampa Bay’s mobile ballistics platform first of its kind in the state

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