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Middle District of Florida

District Office Contact


  • Phone: (813) 483-4200


  • Phone:(904) 301-6670


  • Phone: (407) 861-5700

Fort Myers

  • Phone: (239) 603-8246


  • Phone: (352) 547-3680
Middle District of Florida

Middle District of Florida

William B. Berger, Sr.

U.S. Marshal William Berger

William B. Berger was sworn in as the United States Marshal of the Middle District of Florida on February 7, 2011. The District is comprised of five offices located in Tampa, Jacksonville, Ocala, Orlando, and Ft. Myers. Marshal Berger began his law enforcement career with the City of Miami Police Department in 1974 where he worked and commanded the following entities: Radio Patrol, Training, Legal, Budget, Planning, Homicide, Robbery, Internal Affairs and the Miami Police Academy. Marshal Berger served as the Police Chief in the City of Palm Bay, Florida from 2004-2011 and the Police Chief of the City of North Miami Beach from 1989-2004.


Baker, Bradford, Brevard, Charlotte, Citrus, Clay, Collier, Columbia, De Soto, Duval, Flagler, Glades, Hamilton, Hardee, Hendry, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lake, Lee, Manatee, Marion, Nassau, Orange, Osceola, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, St. Johns, Sarasota, Seminole, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, Volusia

Court: in Tampa,  Fernandina, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Live Oak, Ocala, Orlando, Saint Petersburg

The organizational structure of the district can be found in the United States Code Title 28, Part I, Chapter 5, Section 89.

Profiled Fugitives

If you have information on any fugitives, please call 1-888-869-4589. (24 Hour Tip Line)

The policies and procedures of the various U.S. Marshals Service District Offices found on this website may vary depending on local rules, local needs, and legal and policy interpretations. These policies and procedures, and any variations among District Offices, are not intended to, do not, and may not be relied upon to create any rights, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law by any party or person in any matter civil or criminal. Nor are any limitations thereby placed on otherwise lawful U.S. Marshals Service prerogatives.