Florida’s ‘permitless carry’ law to make policing more difficult, MDPD director says

Alfredo “Freddy” Ramirez III, the director of the Miami-Dade Police Department since 2020, said a new law is going to make policing more difficult.

Ramirez was reacting to Gov. Ron DeSantis’s decision to sign a new bill into law that as of July 1, Florida will no longer require a government-issued permit to carry a concealed gun.

“It will be a challenge for law enforcement, but either way we will be here to adapt,” Ramirez said. “The law is the law … Obviously is going to be a concern, but we will get through it as a community.”

Florida Sen. Lori Berman

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