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The Florida Sheriffs Association is happy to announce that State Farm has generously granted $75,000 to the Teen Driver Challenge, an educational course that promotes teen driver improvement. The check was presented to FSA President, Sheriff Jerry L. Demings, on July 25, 2017, during the Florida Sheriffs Association Summer Conference banquet. State Farm has continued to support the Teen Driver Challenge since 2010, which has been a vital contribution in keeping Florida’s teen drivers, and everyone on the roadway, safe. Read More
Today, the Florida Sheriffs Association (FSA) is proud to announce that Deputy Justin Ferrari of the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office has been selected as the 2017 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. Ferrari’s outstanding courage is evident in a video captured by his body camera as he responded to a call in July 2016. Read More
Citrus County Sheriff Mike Prendergast discusses his military background and how it differs from his role as sheriff. As the senior leader responsible for protecting lives and property in Citrus County, Sheriff Prendergast discusses the importance of investing in the community in which he chose to live and work. He also shares his appreciation for the volunteers and community members who continually support the City County Sheriff’s Office’s mission.
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