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Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tallahassee Regional Operations Center Special Agent In Charge Mark Perez speaks about a law enforcement sting entitled Operation Cupid's Arrow, a week-long effort spanning North Florida targeted at child predators, at the FDLE Headquarters on Thursday, Feb. Each day, law enforcement officials routinely run operations to snare child predators.

For the past week, though, those operations in North Florida netted a dozen men — eight in the Tallahassee area — seeking to engage in sexual acts with who they thought were teens. One, Michael Chmielewski, was the manager of the Florida House of Representatives page and messenger program who oversaw hundreds of teenagers each legislative session since he was hired in 2012.

The cases developed out of the sting by the Internet Crimes Against Children task force run by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and other local agencies.

It delivered a clear message, said Mark Perez, FDLE special agent in charge of the Tallahassee Regional Operations Center.“If you prey on our children, we will find you and arrest you,” Perez said during a press conference at FDLE’s Tallahassee headquarters.

But the demographics represented in the arrests this week show how prevalent seeking sexual involvement with minors has become.

Among the men arrested is William Hall, a former clinical director of the Indian Health Services unit in Colville, Washington.

Another was, Dayton Cramer, a retired Army colonel and high-ranking attorney with Florida State University, while another was a retired doctor from Washington State who investigators say was a documented child predator.

What they all had in common was when they made contact with someone they thought was a teen, in reality, they were communicating through email, text, chat rooms and internet ads with undercover officers.

He made sexual references with the “girl” and traveled to meet the minor to have sex when he was arrested.He said during the week-long sting, 19 different law enforcement agencies made eight arrests in the Tallahassee area and took four people into custody near Lake City.Some of the 12 already were suspects in obscenity cases involving children.Currently, the Office of Compliance makes payouts from the U. Meanwhile, the Office of Compliance has been flooded with requests for training in recent weeks, not only from congressional offices, but committee offices, Grundmann said.The office was created in 1995 to enforce workforce protections in Congress, which had previously been exempt from most labor and accessibility laws.

He made sexual references with the “girl” and traveled to meet the minor to have sex when he was arrested.He said during the week-long sting, 19 different law enforcement agencies made eight arrests in the Tallahassee area and took four people into custody near Lake City.Some of the 12 already were suspects in obscenity cases involving children.Currently, the Office of Compliance makes payouts from the U. Meanwhile, the Office of Compliance has been flooded with requests for training in recent weeks, not only from congressional offices, but committee offices, Grundmann said.The office was created in 1995 to enforce workforce protections in Congress, which had previously been exempt from most labor and accessibility laws.Wallace said the mandatory training could “help transform the legislative branch into a modern work environment, whereby the lawmakers can and do lead by example.”She said the board has also recommended that congressional offices be required to post information about the Office of Compliance and employee rights. “This is great that after seven years of making recommendations to Congress that we have been heard and they are undertaking the training. What really needs to change is the culture, and that comes through time.”The stepped-up efforts come with the growing number of allegations of sexual misconduct and assault by power players ranging from producer Harvey Weinstein, to CBS News host Charlie Rose.