The Bureau of Criminal Investigations and Intelligence (BCII) is led by a Bureau Commander that holds the rank Major. The Bureau Commander serves as the Florida Highway Patrol’s Chief Investigator and Chief Intelligence Officer. BCII is a component of the agency’s Special Services Command.
The Bureau consists of 6 operational components, 2 regionally dispersed Investigative Operations Sections, the Intelligence and Analysis Section, the Strategic Operations Section, the Case Management and Investigative Coordination Section, and the Executive Transportation Section. Inclusive to these sections are specific programmatic areas related to organized crime, terrorism, domestic security, gangs, criminal interdiction, traffic homicide, transportation of Florida’s Lieutenant Governor, critical infrastructure protection, and biometric recognition and analysis.
The Bureau conducts investigations into auto theft, commercial vehicle and cargo theft, heavy equipment theft, identity theft, driver’s license fraud, title fraud, odometer fraud, and other criminal activity related to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and Division of Florida Highway Patrol authorities. The Bureau of Criminal Investigations and Intelligence works closely with local, state, and federal partners in a concerted effort to combat all types of criminal activity.
Bureau of Criminal Investigations & Intelligence Headquarters Contact Information
Phone: (850) 617-2383
Fax: (850) 617-5090
2900 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0500