State Attorney Phil Archer Partners With Law Enforcement In Combating Crime

By  //  September 16, 2015

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Our partnership with law enforcement in combating crime and defending the rights of victims is something I am very proud of.

STATE ATTORNEY PHIL ARCHER: “Our partnership with law enforcement in combating crime and defending the rights of victims is something I am very proud of.” (Phil Archer image)

BREVARD COUNTY • VIERA, FLORIDA – Our partnership with law enforcement in combating crime and defending the rights of victims is something I am very proud of.

I was honored to have been invited to instruct a group of Brevard County Deputies on recent changes to Florida Statutes and rulings by the courts.

The open exchange provided a great opportunity for us to strengthen that partnership and develop effective enforcement and prosecution strategies going forward.

PHIL-ARCHER-180My office also provides continuing education at no cost through our Law Enforcement Training Series held monthly in Viera.

If you’d like more information on these opportunities you can visit our website at SA18.org or contact Special Projects Coordinator Debbi Davis at 321-617-7347.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Phil Archer was elected State Attorney of the 18th Judicial Circuit for Brevard and Seminole Counties in November of 2012 and took office on January 8, 2013.

Phil Archer

Phil Archer

Archer served the office as an Assistant State Attorney for over 28 years prior to being elected. He created and ran the nationally recognized Operation Cease-Fire where he was responsible for the review and filing of all firearm related crimes. He supervised the White Collar Crime, Civil and Consumer Fraud unit for over 10 years. He has won the annual State Attorney Pride In Excellence award twice, the Brevard County Bar Association 2010 Government Attorney Professionalism Award, the Community Partner Award from the Seminole County Bar Association, the 2013 Crimeline State Attorney Award and most recently 2014 Crimeline Dr. Robert Doering Award.

Archer has been involved in several crime prevention and outreach programs initiated by the State Attorney’s office, including Brevard County Weed & Seed and the Neighborhood State Attorney Initiative which uses innovative strategies to reach out to our youth and make our neighborhoods safer.

He was awarded the Forerunner Award by Weed & Seed for his leadership and commitment. Archer is actively involved with local Veterans organizations and has received recognition for his work with the annual Stand Down Brevard. He is a nationally recognized speaker and has lectured at the National Advocacy Center for the National District Attorneys Association.

Archer holds a Juris Doctorate Degree from Florida State University and a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from the University of Central Florida.


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