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 (FDLE) indicating whether the agency has seized or forfeited property under the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act.  The annual report must, at a minimum, specify the type, approximate value, court case number, type of offense, disposition of property received, and amount of any proceeds received or expended.  The annual report must be submitted in an electronic form by December 1 each year.  

The 2016-2017 fiscal year reporting period has ended.  The annual report filed with OPPAGA is available click here.
The 2017-2018 fiscal year reporting system is currently under development. The system has an anticipated deployment date of September 2018.  Once the system is fully operational, FDLE OIG will send an email to all law enforcement agencies with instructions on how to register to access the system.  The system will have a similar format as the current spreadsheet.  You are welcome to use the current spreadsheet to track your seized or forfeited property while the new system is being developed click here
  • If you choose to use the spreadsheet to track the property seized or forfeited, please keep in mind that you will have to enter the information into the new system once available.
 If you have questions or need clarification regarding the reporting process, please contact our office.  You can reach the FDLE OIG at or (850) 410-7228.