to require an agency to document its contact with the applicant’s commanding officer or designee to verify the applicant is compliant with military regulations. To require verification of the applicant’s response through a FCIC and NCIC records warrants check regarding prior history of unlawful conduct and to require verification of the applicant’s response regarding unlawful drug use. To revise the Internal Investigation Report form CJSTC-78 to include Section 112.532(6), F.S., “limitation for disciplinary action during an internal investigation.”
Pursuant to Section 943.12(1), F.S., to develop rules for the implementation of Section 943.085, F.S., which requires establishment, implementation and evaluation of criminal justice training for law enforcement, correctional, and correctional probation officers. The following revisions were made to implement the new Florida CMS Law Enforcement and Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Programs: To revise existing rule references and remove obsolete rule language. To revise the performance requirements on the CMS Firearms Performance Evaluation form CJSTC-4 CMS.
Pursuant to Section 943.1395(8)(b)2, F.S., on or before July 1 of each odd-numbered year, the commission shall conduct a workshop to receive public comment and evaluate disciplinary guidelines and penalties: To comply with statutory requirements by updating the Commission’s rules regarding moral character violations, probable cause determinations, revocation or disciplinary actions, disciplinary guidelines, and range of penalties in Rule sections 11B-27.0011, 11B-27.004, and 11B-27.005.
To comply with the statutory revisions of Section 943.13(6), F.S., that requires an officer to give prior knowledge of tuberculosis, hypertension, and heart disease in 11B-27.002.
To comply with statutory revisions to Section 943.13(5), F.S. To provide that the Applicant Fingerprint Card FD-258 is no longer required for processing an officer’s employment or appointment. To remove the requirement that Commission staff notify agencies via the Fingerprint Notification form CJSTC-62 when an applicant’s file does not contain documentation of processed fingerprints. To change the required receipt date of processed fingerprints by the agency from the FBI or FDLE from 3 months to 30 days.
There are no federal requirements dealing with this topic.
The proposed rules were noticed in the Florida Administrative Weekly on February 27, 2008 for a hearing to be held on April 2, 2008 if requested.
FDLE received no requests for a public hearing and no written comments were submitted.