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FSA Blog: 5 Points with Sheriff Ken Mascara
Florida Sheriffs Association
The job of Sheriff, once thought of as a local position, now requires a global focus … We recently sat down with St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara to learn a little more about him and what is happening with his community.
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Underage drinking: Deputies try to nip sales in the Bud
Daily News
"Don't lie to them or anything," Walton County Chief Deputy AJ Smith had said before heading out. "If they refuse the sale, just walk on out. We're not going to push it. "We're not trying to do any kind of trickery or subterfuge," he added.
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Cops: Polk teens bust pedophile, man tried to pay boys for sex
WFLA-TV
Sheriff Grady Judd says, "We don't know how many times he's approached children in the past, but we know one thing is for sure, he's caught now."
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How to recognize victims of human trafficking
Florida Sheriffs Association
Victims of human trafficking may range from the ages of nine years old and up, sometimes younger. Believeing that there are no possible options to escape their situation, most victims keep quiet.
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LCSO Honor Guard, Miller's Ale House Holding Benefit for Fallen Deputy
WCTV-TV
The Leon County Sheriff's Office is holding a benefit to raise funds for a Washington D.C. event honoring a fallen deputy.
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Program lets kids experience life of law enforcement
Pensacola News Journal
The Escambia County Sheriff's Office Explorers program aims at giving teens an inside view of law enforcement while teaching respect and bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community.
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Florida lawmakers seek to give officers power to pull over texting drivers
The Daytona Beach News-Journal
The senators' bills seek to move texting while driving from being a secondary offense to a primary offense, which means law enforcement officers wouldn’t need another reason to pull over a motorist in addition to witnessing a person driving and texting at the same time.
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Marion County buys back nearly 300 firearms
The Associated Press via WKMG-TV
A gun buyback program organized by the Marion County Sheriff's Department has collected nearly 300 weapons.
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Sheriff Scott Israel talks about dogs on patrol
Tamarac Talk
Today, BSO has a total of 49 dogs assigned throughout the agency. The Canine Unit is available 24 hours a day for immediate response.
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BCSO solves 1988 murder cold case, perp gets life
The Space Coast Daily
"Our team is absolutely committed to solving every case, and our citizens would be amazed to watch them work. They are a very dedicated group of people who I am honored to work with," said Sheriff Wayne Ivey.
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