Several members of the Florida Agricultural Crimes Intelligence Unit met recently at the Smoak family ranch in Highlands County to conduct swamp buggy training. Swamp buggies are vital to agricultural officers and deputies as they conduct investigations into agricultural crimes that occur in remote locations in Florida.
Lt. Pam Steelman of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and her colleague, Scott Henderson, conducted the training. Officers from Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Glades, Hendry, Collier, Polk, Lee, Indian River and Highlands counties participated as well as officers from the Seminole Tribe Police Department and Ben Hill Griffin security.
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