When arrested for shooting Mohammed, Quinnell was on felony probation for battery on a person aged 65 or older, according to Jo Ellyn Rackleff, spokeswoman for the Florida Department of Corrections.
What does FDOC stand for?
FDOC stands for Florida Department of Corrections
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We have 5 other meanings of FDOC in our Acronym Attic
- Fractional Delivered O2 Concentration
- Fiji Dive Operators Association (Savusavu, Fiji)
- Florida Disabled Outdoors Association (Tallahassee, FL)
- Flying Doctors of America (Atlanta, GA)
- Frequency Difference Of Arrival
- Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (Tallahassee, FL)
- Florida Division Of Blind Services (Daytona Beach, FL)
- Final Determination of Compliance (California)
- Fire Direction Operation Center
- Florida Department of Citrus
- Florida Dialogue on Cancer (est. 2004)
- Florida Division of Corporations
- Fourier Domain Optical Coherence Tomography
- Florida Department of Education
- Fundamental Difference of Experience (online story series)
- Florida Department of Elder Affairs (Tallahassee, FL)
- Florida Department of Forestry
- Florida Division of Forestry (est. 1927)
- Functional Degrees of Freedom (biomechanics)
- Florida Department of Health
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Teamsters represent 25,000 city, county, state and federal workers, including those employed by the Florida Department of Corrections, the Osceola County School District, the City of Ft.
to an 18-month prison term in Florida Department of Corrections facility for violating the terms of his probation in a racketeering case in which he pleaded guilty last year.
A probation officer since 1991 According to the Florida Department of Corrections, Laramore has been employed as a state correctional probation officer since 1991.
3 million tax-exempt lease-purchase of energy conservation measures to the Florida Department of Corrections.
Attorneys with Americans United have filed a freedom-of-information request with the Florida Department of Corrections to learn more about the state's new "faith-based" prison.
html Created and maintained by the Florida Department of Corrections, this Web site contains information, photographs, and descriptions on a wide variety of gang types, including Chicago- and Los Angeles-based gangs, prison gangs, nation sets, and supremacy groups from many parts of the United States.
Drake, spokesman for the Florida Department of Corrections.