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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has more than 800 sworn law enforcement officers, who work to conserve thousands of species of wildlife, fresh and saltwater fish.
The FWC Division of Law Enforcement is one of the strongest forces for conservation in the nation. These are highly trained, versatile law enforcement officers with full police powers with state and federal jurisdiction.
They are responsible for three million acres of fresh water lakes, 11,000 miles of rivers, streams and creeks, 8,400 miles of coastline and nearly 13,000 square miles of ocean. FWC officers watch over more than 34 million acres of land including wildlife management areas, state parks, forests and private lands. They also provide law enforcement services in rural, wilderness and offshore areas where no other law enforcement agencies routinely patrol.
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