FWC Division of Law Enforcement

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FWC
DIVISION OF LAW
ENFORCEMENT
ALL HAZARDS RESPONSE
ASSETS OVERVIEW
THE FWC “TRIDENT”
PATROL – PROTECT - PRESERVE
FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
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GOVERNOR
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7 APPOINTED COMMISSIONERS
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DIRECTOR/ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
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6 DIVISIONS
FISH AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
FRESHWATER FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
HABITAT AND SPECIES CONSERVATION
HUNTING AND GAME MANAGEMENT
MARINE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT
LAW ENFORCEMENT
BIGGER IS BETTER!
• DEP/DACS MERGED WITH FWC/DLE JULY 1st
• ADDED 127 SWORN AND 20 NON-SWORN
• NOW HAVE 849 SWORN AND 202 NON-SWORN
• 6 REGIONAL OFFICES (JAX, LAKE CITY, PANAMA CITY,
LAKELAND, WEST PALM, MIAMI)
• WHY THE MERGER?
AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
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37 MILLION ACRES OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC LAND
8,246 MILES OF TIDAL COASTLINE
12,000 MILES OF RIVERS AND STREAMS
3 MILLION ACRES OF LAKES AND PONDS
11,000 MILES OF CANALS
PATROLLING 161 FLORIDA STATE PARKS
FEDERALLY DEPUTIZED BY NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES
SERVICE AND U.S FISH AND WILDLIFE
• JURISDICTION UP TO 200 MILES OFF COAST OF FLORIDA
FWC Division of Law Enforcement
“CORE” Missions
• Resource Protection
• Boating and Waterways
• Public Safety
– Interagency support and coordination (Mutual Aid)
– Specialized Response Units
• SOG
– Manhunt
– Armed Ship boarding
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Aviation
K9
Intelligence and Domestic Security
Disaster Response
– USAR, ADSAR
• General Law Enforcement Services
• Maritime Radiological Nuclear Detection
FWC’S THREE PRONGED SPEAR
• FWC Field Ops
• FWC SOG
– Advanced Rapid RECON
– USAR Force Protection
– ADSAR
• FWC Aviation
– Aerial RECON/ADSAR
– Aerial Command/Control
– Aviation Asset Coord.
What We Bring to the Table
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Conventional vessels of all types and capabilities
4x4 Vehicles
ATV’s
Waterborne Response Teams (WRT)
Swamp Buggies, Air Boats and other specialized equipment
Fixed-Wing and Rotor Aircraft
Largest fleet of vessels of any Conservation Law
Enforcement Agency in the world
• One of the largest fleet of aircraft in the country
– A Cadre’ of specially trained, highly capable, independently
operational, self motivated, and adaptable officers that can operate
unsupported in high-stress, inhospitable environments.
FWC Special Operations Group
S. O. G.
• 6 Teams Throughout the State
• Self Sustaining
• All Terrain
• Adaptable
• Rapid Insertion
WILDERNESS SEARCH TEAMS
•Manhunt
•Wilderness Search and Rescue
USAR
USAR Familiarization FL State Fire College
ADSAR
Familiarization
Armed Ship Boarding
Boat Size - (9’-31’) Various
Capabilities
• Shallow Draft
• Rough Water
• Air Boats
• Side Scan Sonar
– Fixed
– Tow Fish
• Radar
• NVG
• HH Infrared
T.S. DEBBY
OFFSHORE VESSELS - 31’ to 85’
FWC ORION – 50
FEET IN LENGTH
FWC GULF
SENTRY – 85
FEET IN LENGTH
AVIATION
8 FIXED WING – 7 ROTARY
SLING LOAD TRAINING
AERIAL INSERTION/EXTRACTION
Radiological Nuclear Detection
Enhanced RAD/NUK Capability
•FWC Detection Equipment
•Stationed around major ports and
radiating out from there.
•SOG Teams provide deployable
capability
– Pagers (358)
– Radio Isotope Identifiers (17)
– Backpacks (17)
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K-9
INTERAGENCY OPERATIONS
Team Integration
The Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Partnership
FEDERAL PARTNERSHIPS
US CG, US NAVY, FLNG, US ARMY SPECIAL
FORCES
FBI SWAT / FWC SOG
JOINT MARITIME TRAINING OPS
FWC……YOUR FORCE
MULTIPLIER
MOBILITY
VERSITILITY
FOLLOW-ON CAPABILITIES
CONTACT US
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FWC REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS CENTERS (RCC)
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STATE WARNING POINT
CAPTAIN DEAN KELLY
FWC/DLE Public Safety Section
Statewide Mutual Aid / Special Operations Coordinator
[email protected]
850-274-2255

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