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FWC achieves re-accreditation

February 25, 2015 

The FWC's Division of Law Enforcement received recognition at a ceremony in Daytona Beach for completing the review process to maintain its accreditation status.  

FWC names 2015 Officer of the Year

February 24, 2015 

The FWC named Officer George Reynaud its 2015 Officer of the Year. Born and raised in Miami-Dade County, where he now patrols, Reynaud uses his local knowledge to protect the resources and people in his community.  

Conservation group recognizes FWC employee as Regional Officer of the Year

February 09, 2015 

The Naples Chapter of the Florida Coastal Conservation Association recognized Officer Marcus Reith as the Regional Officer of the Year. 

FWC catches snorkelers spearfishing illegally in upper Keys

January 29, 2015 

Officer Danielle Munkelt caught four people who were spearfishing illegally along the shoreline at the Channel 5 Bridge near Craig Key.  

FWC announces new law enforcement director

January 05, 2015 

Col. Curtis Brown will direct the efforts of more than 1,000 employees to protect Florida's natural resources and provide public safety. 

2 die in fatal boating accident on Lake Jesup

December 29, 2014 

Airboat containing 5 people struck overhead portion of bridge at S.R. 417. 

FWC arrests 2 for BUI, works to improve boating safety

December 18, 2014 

The pair face up to $1,000 in fines and up to 6 months in jail. 

Give thanks for Florida’s great outdoors, those who protect it this holiday season

November 19, 2014 

Chances are we’ll see some of them out working while others are recreating. 

FWC to meet Nov. 20-21 in Key Largo

November 13, 2014 

The public will have opportunities to speak both days. 

FWC breaks up 7-member ring that was killing, selling deer

November 10, 2014 

Arrest warrants issued in Washington, Holmes counties for killing deer during the closed season and at night and selling the meat. 

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