Who we are…
The First Judicial Circuit Law Enforcement Association, Inc. (FJCLEA) was established in 1983 and is a non-profit organization that represents the law enforcement community within the First Judicial Circuit of Florida, which encompasses Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, and Walton counties.
Members of the Association represent local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies throughout the region.
The association also helps to raise money for local charities and other programs.
Objectives of the Association
- To provide financial support to members of the criminal justice community and their families during times of need.
- To promote education assistance to individuals pursuing law enforcement careers.
- To provide charitable support to children advocacy organizations
- To provide financial assistance to law enforcement officers injured in the line of duty and to the surviving immediate family members when an office is killed in the line of duty.
- To establish and foster personal relationships within the law enforcement and corrections community throughout the First Judicial Circuit.
- To develop advancements in the prevention and detection of criminal activity within the region.
Organizations We Support
In addition to the objectives of the Association, we also make annual contributions to the following charitable organizations:
- Northwest Florida Chapter of Cops,
- Gulf Coast Kids House,
- Ronald McDonald House,
- Children in Crisis,
- The Arc of the Emerald Coast,
- and more.