DBPR Chief of Law Enforcement Honored as Outstanding
March 14, 2012
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Department of Business and Professional Regulation today announced that its Chief of Law Enforcement for the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco (ABT) was honored as one of 10 outstanding women in the Tallahassee community. The honor for Chief Vicki Cutcliffe was bestowed by Tallahassee Community College as part of its Women’s History Month celebration.
“Chief Cutcliffe is a valuable member of our team and her hard work and dedication directly benefits the Tallahassee community and the entire state,” said Secretary Ken Lawson. “I am extremely proud of this recognition for her achievements.”
Chief Cutcliffe oversees the enforcement section of ABT which is charged with enforcing Florida’s alcoholic beverage laws, including the prohibitions against underage drinking, and regularly conducting compliance and enforcement checks throughout the state. The Division is currently running multiple spring break operations to protect Florida’s residents and guests and is planning operations throughout the state this weekend to enforce Florida’s beverage laws during St. Patrick’s Day.
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