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St. Johns County Sheriff's Office names Deputy of the Year
St. Augustine Record
A 15-year St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office veteran, Rafael Fuentes, currently serves as a bailiff in the St. Johns County courthouse. He is also the agency coordinator for the St. Johns County Special Olympics. Fuentes was recognized by Sheriff David Shoar on Friday for his “teamwork, motivation and decorum.”
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Florida House moves to reduce youth arrests
Tampa Bay Times
A Florida House panel gave its overwhelming support to a proposal seeking to reduce youth arrests by expanding civil-citation programs.
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Engaging communities empowering victims
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, in partnership with the National Center for Victims of Crime, is pleased to announce the availability of the entire National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Resource Guide EN ESPAÑOL (in Spanish) online.
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Law enforcement discusses highest ever spring break arrest numbers
WJHG-TV
Law enforcement is speaking out after they released higher spring break arrest numbers than ever before. "I'm not sitting here beating my chest saying I knew it was going to happen, but I knew it was going to happen," Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen said.
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Making a difference: Okaloosa deputy honored for leadership, service
Daily News
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeremy Miller has a long history of public service, responding to nearly 2,000 calls for service in 2014.
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Florida Gov. Rick Scott will talk to sheriffs around the state before taking stance on body cameras
WJAX-TV
Gov. Rick Scott wants to talk to sheriffs around the state to see whether body cameras are a good plan. The new push comes one day after the shooting of Devonta Jones at the Cleveland Arms Apartments. As of March 30, Jones was in critical, yet stable condition.
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Officers and staff lauded at Jacksonville Sheriff's Office's Meritorious Awards Ceremony
The Florida Times-Union
A police reservist who helped a choking victim and an officer who helped prepare for accreditation were among the officers and employees applauded at the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office's monthly Meritorious Awards Ceremony.
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Law Enforcement Torch Run fills Jacksonville's streets to support Special Olympics Florida
The Florida Times-Union
Members of 15 law enforcement agencies in the Jacksonville area were taking part in the 31st annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Florida, including the Sheriff’s Office and Beaches police departments on up to the FBI and U.S. Coast Guard.
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Sheriff, Space Coast Daily partner for animal services
The Space Coast Daily
Sheriff Wayne Ivey talks about BCSO’s partnership with Space Coast Daily to highlight and profile the many amazing animals that are temporarily staying at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Care Centers.
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Students PSAs move on to state competition
Daily News
Students were at the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office to be recognized for the videos they’d each made for the Greatest Save Teen PSA Awards.
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