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Florida Public Records

Bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama and Georgia, Florida is the 3rd most populous state in America with a population of 20,612,439 residents as of 2016. Keeping track of the population and recording its vital records is in the hands of Florida State Office of Vital Records that began recording births and also deaths in 1917. Access to birth records in the state is limited, and in regards to death records, only the ones marked as "without cause of death" are accessible. Marriage and death records prior to 1927 are public records, and are held by the clerk of court. Marriage records and divorce records after 1927 are held by the Florida Office of Vital Statistics.

Florida Crime Rate and Criminal Records

The crime rate in Florida is 4,181 crimes committed per every 100,000 residents, and the state is home to 11 of the 100 most dangerous cities in America. In the state of Florida there are 148 correctional facilities divided into 4 regions across its territory. These facilities range from community work release institutions to maximum security institutions that house a total of 96,639 inmates together. The criminal past and criminal records of offenders in Florida are held by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, and Florida inmate and jail records are held by the Florida Department of State.

Florida Economy

The two major cities in Florida by population size are Miami and Tampa-St. Petersburg with a population of 5,502,379 and 2,441,770 respectively, as of 2017. The median household income in Miami is $29,989 while in Tampa-St. Petersburg, the number is almost twice as high and reaches $48,911. The economy in Florida is now driven by its largest industries with tourism being at the top of the revenue list in the state. Following tourism, agriculture is also a large industry in Florida with international trade, aviation and aerospace, life sciences and financial services making up most of the states' revenue stream and income.

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