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Civil Asset Forfeiture Reporting

Pursuant to Section 932.7061, Florida Statutes, every law enforcement agency shall submit an annual report to the Department of Law Enforcement by December 1 each year.  

The FY 2021-2022 reporting cycle is closed. The FY 2022-2023 reporting cycle will open at the end of August 2023.

Note: The Civil Asset Forfeiture application requires CJNET access.

  1. To log into the system, please go to https://web.flcjn.net/forfeiture/
  1. Enter Login Information OR Select: First Time User 
  • To reset your password, please click on the Forgot Password option on the application main page. 
  1. Enter the contact information for the person in your agency who should be contacted regarding the contraband forfeiture report.
  • When entering the address, please only use alphanumeric characters (letters and numbers). 
  1. If your agency is not located in the list, please contact the FDLE Office of Inspector General (OIG). 
  1. A notification will be sent to FDLE – OIG once you complete your registration.
  • New user registration requests will be processed within 24 hours of receipt during normal business hours (Monday-Friday 8-5pm).

If you have questions or need clarification regarding the reporting process, please contact our office at ForfeitureReports@fdle.state.fl.us or (850) 410-7228.

Pursuant to Section 932.7061, Florida Statutes, FDLE shall submit an annual report to the Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability compiling the information and data in the annual reports submitted by the law enforcement agencies.  The annual reports are located in the Publications Section. 

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