Florida Public Safety Information Act

Florida Public Safety Information Act was passed in 1997 in Florida to list sexual predators and offenders on the internet and to make the same information available through a 24-hour/day hotline.

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Florida Public Safety Information Act - The General Public
... FDLE will make certain information on Florida sexual predators and sexual offenders readily available to the public by posting the predators/offenders registration information and their photographs on the internet ...

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