Moody launches new online resource highlighting Florida’s Heroes

Web page includes law enforcement headlines; pinpoints open positions

Attorney General Ashley Moody

Attorney General Ashley Moody has launched a new online resource to honor Florida’s finest.

Hero Headlines recognizes the gallant actions taken by Florida law enforcement officers. The new webpage is linked to the Be A Florida Hero website to promote the latest law enforcement officer headlines. Hero Headlines is a new way to give much-deserved recognition to Florida law enforcement and to show the nation their great work.

Moody said the new web page was launched as National Police Week came to a close.

“Hero Headlines is full of amazing stories of Florida’s finest,” she said. “These officers go above and beyond the call of duty to protect and serve, and we want to make sure people hear about the good work they are doing. Check it out at”

The webpage can be accessed by clicking on the Hero Headlines tab in the menu bar. The page will keep a list of current news articles that feature heroic actions by officers.
Stories currently on the Hero Headlines page include:

New Video Shows Hero Trooper Crash into Drunken Driver to Save Skyway 10k Runners

Caught on Camera: 2 Charlotte County Deputies, Good Samaritan On Video Saving Man from Burning Car

Oakland Officers Broke Windows, Rescued Residents from Burning Home

Hillsborough County Deputy Delivers Doordash Order After Arresting Driver

Florida Crossing Guard Saves Elementary School Student from Speeding Truck

To view more stories, visit the Hero Headlines webpage by clicking HERE.

The Be A Florida Hero website also is designed to make it easier than ever for someone who is interested in becoming a Florida law enforcement officer to learn about the different agencies, search open positions and find contact information to apply for available jobs. The website includes an interactive map of Florida where users can click on different areas of the state and see exactly where open law enforcement jobs are located. The website includes in-depth descriptions of each branch of law enforcement in the Sunshine State, with contact information for potential job seekers to get in touch with the right agency.

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