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Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award Committee reviews applicants
FSA
The review committee met to consider 14 applications for the FSA's Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award. This award is presented to one person or a team of two for their exemplary service in the previous year. The Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award recipient will be announced and honored at the FSA Summer Conference in Marco Island.
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Human trafficking task force forms in Orange County
WESH-TV
The formation of the Greater Orlando Human Trafficking Task Force has been announced. Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said his county leads the state in human trafficking complaints, but he also said leads and clues are coming in better than ever.
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Volusia sheriff: 'We're not going to tolerate' synthetic drug business
The Daytona Beach News-Journal
It started when a father sought Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson's help for his son who was using synthetic drugs, and it ended with the bust of a synthetic drug ring. Fourteen people were arrested in what Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi called the state's largest bust of its kind.
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Surviving off-duty incidents
By Brandon Elliott
As police officers we train hard to make sure our skills are up to the task at staying alive on the job. We do this so we can come home to our families and enjoy the life that we are working so hard to provide for. But also, as police officers, there is a duty that must be upheld at all times. None of us leaves that badge in our locker when we clock out.
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Shaq gives shoutout to Broward County and Miami Beach law enforcement
WTVJ-TV
Former Miami Heat center and NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal gave a special notice to several South Florida police agencies after the Miami Heat's win over the Indiana Pacers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
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Brandon pot bust nets $600,000 in marijuana
WTSP-TV
Deputies found a marijuana indoor grow operation in the garage that appeared to be constructed for the sole purpose of growing marijuana. It was equipped with lights, ballasts, fans, CO2, an A/C unit — all powered by an illegal electrical connection — and other miscellaneous items commonly used to grow marijuana.
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Putnam County Sheriff's Office conducts Operation Spring Cleaning
WTLV-TV
The operation consisted of undercover purchases of various drugs and narcotic medications in Putnam County, Cresent City and Interlachen. In addition to the 12 arrested, police say they are still seeking 11 more suspects in relation to this undercover drug operation.
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Human trafficking task force forms in Orange County
WESH-TV
Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said his county leads the state in human trafficking complaints, but he also said leads and clues are coming in better than ever.

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3-D printed bullets, the latest gun control nightmare
The Inquisitr
New 3-D printed bullets have made it even more challenging for gun control supporters to corral the rise of homemade arsenals. Though the new "bullets" may not be as effective as the real thing, they get the job done.

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Gov. Rick Scott signs bill banning texting while driving
Office of Governor Rick Scott
The ban in SB 52 includes text messaging, emailing and instant messaging through smart phones. Students and teachers from Alonzo Mourning Senior High School also signed their names to pledge to not text while driving.

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JAWS team holds signing ceremony
WMBB-TV
The JAWS team will help reduce duplication of resources, therefore saving money. It's also providing underwater criminology students with first-hand experience. This new team is already getting their feet wet. According to Fish and Wildlife Major Bruce Cooper, the signing ceremony was just an official start of what has already begun.
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Getting to know Hernando County Sheriff Al Nienhuis
WFTS-TV
Hernando County Sheriff Al Nienhuis has a long history in law enforcement. Prior to the top post, Nienhuis served 10 years as second in command for the Pasco Sheriff's Office. He also worked in law enforcement in Clearwater, Sarasota and Fort Myers.
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