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Florida prohibits the distribution and sale of controlled substances listed by state laws and strictly forbids drug trafficking activities that bring relatively large amounts of controlled substances into the state.
Drug trafficking, as define by the state of Florida, refers to any person who knowingly sells, purchases, manufactures, delivers, or brings an X amount of a controlled substance or illegal drug into the state. That includes anyone who is knowingly in possession of X amount of a controlled substance.
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What is Drug Trafficking?
Florida Drug Trafficking
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
(20 grams or less)
Maximum 1 year in jail/$1000 fine.
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
(more than 20 grams)
Maximum 5 years in jail/$5000 fine.
POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
(Heroin, Cocaine, Ecstasy, etc)
Maximum 5 years in jail/up $5000 fine.
POSSESSION OF AN UNLAWFUL CHEMICAL
Maximum 15 years in jail/$10,000 fine.
POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
Maximum 1 year in jail and a $1000 fine.
Florida Crime Rate Well Above the National Average
Miami Crime Map
FLORIDA STATE CRIME STATS
Violent Crime 98,199
MIAMII CRIMES PER SQ MILE
501 compared to 74 for the entire state of Florida
SOUTH FLORIDA: HAVEN OF ILLEGAL TRADING FOR MILITARY EQUIPMENT
FLORIDA HAS more than 950,000 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS, representing 7.3% of the United States illegal alien population
Florida's Criminal Punishment Code
Florida's utilizes a Criminal Punishment Code (CPC) which is a scoring system that determines the minimum allowable sentence for a felony crime.
This is established by assigning a number between 1 and 10, depending on the seriousness of the crime, to every case. The more serious the crime, the higher the number. The point value for all crimes associated with a person are combined for a total to determine a person's sentence.
The system in place is used to measure a person's risk to society. If the number equals more than 44, the person faces a mandatory prison sentence. If the number is less than 44, the person is eligible for probation or a length of community service.
FDLE recognized National Missing Children’s Day on Saturday, May 25, 2013.
Florida Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC)
Florida takes missing children very seriously. MEPIC has worked to develop the Florida AMBER Plan and Florida Silver Alert Plan to issue AMBER Alerts, Missing Child Alerts and State Silver Alerts throughout the state so that any missing person will have the best chance of being found. MEPIC also performs a necessary liason between the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and INTERPOL to exchange information, tips and leads that might be useful in recovering missing indivuals.
MEPIC's primary purpose is to assist law enforcement and families of missing children and adults by collecting any relevant information to the missing person's case and to engage the public in the search to help locate and recover missing persons.