During “Operation Southern Slow Down,” Florida law enforcement agencies will crack down on speeding

Traffic speed control device on highway monitoring vehicles speeding – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by bibiphoto In Florida and four other southeastern states, a campaign to “save lives and discourage reckless driving and speeding” kicked off on Monday. “Operation Southern Slow Down” will take place from Monday, July 18, through Saturday, July 23, according to

Florida’s loud music statute goes into effect July 1st

Police Pulls Over Vehicle – FL Loud Music Statute – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Michael O’Keene On July 1, a new Florida statute will go into effect making it illegal for anyone to have their radio turned up too loud while driving. According to the new law, audio blaring from a vehicle that can

Florida lawmakers cracking down on ‘pop-up’ events

Car Meet Pop-Up Events — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Chawapon Wongchuen Authorities may be able to double fines and impound vehicles for days on noncriminal traffic infractions to crackdown on sizable unsanctioned events put together on social media, under a measure heading to the Senate floor. Bill sponsor Tom Wright, R-New Smyrna Beach, said the proposal

Broward County Police Departments exploring the use of facial recognition technology to identify criminals

Facial Recognition 3D rendering – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Vikks Technology that once seemed only possible in movies is making its way to Broward County law enforcement departments in an effort to “accurately” identify criminals. However, many residents and critics believe the Pembroke Pines department and other departments across the state could be crossing

FBI Agents remembered for their service with separate ceremonies in South Florida

Courtesy: CNN Last week Tuesday, a dark day in law enforcement fell upon the state of Florida and the United States. One of the deadliest Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) cases took place in a South Florida home in the city of Sunrise in Broward County. Two FBI agents, Daniel Alfin, 36, and Laura Schwartzenberger,