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The mission of the Florida Association of Code Enforcement is to promote and advance the practice of code enforcement through education and certification; to further the interests of the profession through advocacy; and to promote networking, fellowship, and understanding among our members.

Cyber Attacks and Social Engineering

The January 2017 Newsletter of the SANS Institute discusses cyber security and social engineering attacks.  We have all received a call or email that was suspicious, asking you to give out private information or offering to help you fix a problem.  Many times you can spot the scam right away, but it's...
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New Code Enforcement Class Added

F.A.C.E. has launched a brand new class which provides members with 6 hours of re-certification credits.   The new course, Emotional Intelligence, was debuted at last year’s conference.   This six hour workshop is designed for Code Enforcement personnel, Law Enforcement Officers, and other governmental staff to assist in managing emotions in a healthy constructive way when...
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Nomination Committee Seeks Candidates

A Message from your Past President, Cindy Drake ... Happy New Year!  Each year the Florida Association of Code Enforcement elects Officers for six of the eight seats on the Board of Directors. The 2017 Nomination Committee is tasked with searching out candidates for the following seats: First Vice President, Second Vice President, Third Vice...
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Check Out the Spring 2017 Course Offerings

More courses have been added for Spring 2017!   There are offerings of all four F.A.C.E. certification levels as well as interesting opportunities for continuing education.  Courses fill up fast (some have already been marked as full); so if you need to certify in another level or earn your CEU's, Register NOW.   Check the...
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New Year’s Resolution: CEP Legal Issues Paper

A message from your 2nd Vice President, Jeff Look …. Every New Year we look to New Year’s Resolutions as a way to set and achieve our goals.   This year I would like to encourage our members that have not yet received their Code Enforcement Professional (CEP) designation to submit a topic and write that paper....
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