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Forfeiture as an Effective Law Enforcement Tool

Forfeiture as an Effective Law Enforcement Tool

Forfeiture allows law enforcement to accomplish a number of goals—from disrupting and dismantling criminal and terrorist organizations and punishing criminals to compensating victims and protecting communities.

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Charles P. Spencer

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  • Kacey Gabriel
  • Carlton Peeples

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  • Daytona Beach
    • Counties covered: Flagler, Putnam, Lake, and Volusia
  • Fort Walton Beach
    • Counties: Okaloosa and Walton
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    • Counties covered: Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, and Levy
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