Risk protection orders issued in Florida, by county

Under Florida law passed after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the courts may issue a risk protection order called the individual's gun rights for a year. They need to find "clear and sure" evidence that the person is a threat to themselves or others.

Here are the orders reported by each Florida county issued in the first nine months of law – from its effective date on March 9, 2018, through November 30:

– Alachua: 1

– Baker: 0

– Bay: 8

– Bradford: 0

– Brevard: 7

– Broward: 139

– Calhoun: 0

– Charlotte: 1

– Citrus: 4

– Cream: 0

– Collier: 6

– Columbia: 4

– Desoto: 0

– Dixie: 2

– Duval: 5

– Escambia: 0

– Sensor: 2

– Franklin: 0

– Gadsden: 0

– Gilchrist: 2

– Glades: 0

– Murascaille: 0

– Hamilton: 1

– Hardee: 1

– Hendry: 0

– Hernando: 7

– Highlands: 13

– Hillsborough: 51

– Holmes: 0

– River of India: 6

– Jackson: 0

– Jefferson: 0

– Lafayette: 1

– Loch: 1

– Laoi: 12

– Leon: 3

– Levy: 0

– Freedom: 0

– Madison: 1

– Manatee: 11

– Marion: 27

– Martin: 10

– Miami-Dade: 57

– Monroe: 8

– Nassau: 1

– Okaloosa: 11

– Okeechobee: 0

– Orange: 16

– Osceola: 2

– Palm Beach: 12

– Pasco: 29

– Pinellas: 163

– Polk: 159

– Putnam: 12

– Saint John: 0

– St Lucie: 17

– Santa Rosa: 0

– Sarasota: 15

– Seminole: 35

– Sumter: 5

– Suwannee: 3

– Taylor: 0

– Union: 0

– Volusia: 66

– Wakulla: 0

– Walton: 2

– Washington: 0

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