Tallahassee, Fla. – The Florida Police Chiefs Association (FPCA) today officially opened its new Tallahassee headquarters building with a ribbon cutting ceremony and remarks from the Association’s President and Executive Director. The morning ceremony was the first of two events today to celebrate the new legacy building; the second event is a community celebration later in the afternoon that will include free fingerprinting for children, information about AT&T’s “It Can Wait” campaign to end texting and driving and much more. The new building’s primary focus is to provide new training facilities for law enforcement executives throughout the state.
“As the FPCA continues evolving to meet our members’ needs, quality training opportunities and facilities is a critical component for responsible law enforcement policy and actions,” said Winter Park Police Chief Brett Railey, President of the Association. “This new facility will provide our members with the training opportunities they rely on for success within their agencies.”