Criminal Offender List
A career offender is defined as someone who has been designated by
a court as a habitual violent felony offender, a violent career criminal,
or a three-time violent felony offender. The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement created a database that allows the public to track
more than 400 registered felons state-wide determined to be career
offenders under Florida's Career Offender Registration Act. As a group,
the more than 400 felons already listed, have more than 3,000 convictions.
to connect to the Career Criminal Offender section of the FDLE site.
The Career Offender Registration Act went into effect January 1, 2003
and requires a select group of convicted felons to register their
residences with law enforcement. The public can call FDLE toll free
at 1-(866)284-1108 to inquire about Career Offender registration laws
or registrants in their area. The database is also accessible on the
Internet at firstcoastfugitives.com
Coast Fugitives Web site is a partnership between The Florida Department
of Law Enforcement, The Florida Times-Union and Jacksonville.com.