The Florida Law Enforcement Data Sharing Consortium is a public partnership consisting of Sheriff’s Offices and municipal Police Departments working with the Board of Directors and executive staff of LETTR. Through the committed consensus of these motivated public partners, we have created a cost effective data sharing capability that can assist law enforcement agencies in the exchange of relevant information in near real time.
Our work is driven by the “Consortium” which is made up of representatives from each member law enforcement agency. Membership in the Consortium provides a seat on the Steering Committee which establishes policies and procedures, guides product development, and leads expansion efforts to strengthen the power of data sharing among law enforcement.
Consortium meetings are held quarterly and can be attended in person or via Webex meeting. For more information or to receive notifications about upcoming meetings, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meetings of the Florida Law Enforcement Data Sharing Consortium are conducted quarterly at various locations throughout Central Florida.