Office of the State Attorney

Twentieth Judicial Circuit of Florida





As the chief law enforcement officer of this jurisdiction, charged with the duty to see that laws are fairly enforced, the State Attorney has an affirmative responsibility to investigate illegal activities throughout the Circuit. This function is the primary responsibility of the Investigative Division. The Investigative Division is comprised of two major sections:

  1. The Intelligence Division conducts the investigations of such matters as organized criminal activity, political corruption, complex fraud, international drug smuggling, and white collar crime. These investigations are generally long term, complex and have Circuit-wide impact.

  2. The Court Investigative Division renders assistance to felony and misdemeanor prosecutions at the intake stage and in case preparation for trial. The investigators act as liaisons between prosecutors and other law enforcement agencies and also assist prosecutors during trial.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Active State of Florida Law Enforcement Officer Certification

  • U.S. Citizen

  • Valid Florida Driver's License

  • Substantial Background with Criminal Investigations

Applications are not being accepted at this time, please check back often for future employment openings.





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