Florida AG Announces the theft, organized crime and tracking of repeat offenders
Florida Attorney general Ashley Moody revealed a new state initiative for combating crime in an exclusive interview with ” Mornings With Maria” Thursday. She said the state intends to create a database that tracks repeat theft offenders and prosecute them to the maximum extent of the law. Moody said she and Gov. Ron DeSantis and Moody are working together to ensure that the state doesn’t “become California, or Minnesota.”
We want people feel safe. Tourists who come to this area should feel safe. People travel from all parts of the globe to shop here. For our success and prosperity, this cannot happen here in Florida.
We also announced a data exchange called Force, which will allow law enforcement officers to collaborate with retailers to track these incidents better. You will need law enforcement from other states. To do this, you would need federal government assistance.
Look at their actions at the border and at their announcements regarding Colombia’s FARC delisting. This administration doesn’t seem to be able to do that.