(8) Employing agencies shall be notified by Commission staff when an applicant’s file does not contain a Fingerprint Notification form CJSTC-62.
(9) An employing agency that does not receive Applicant Fingerprint Card documentation from the FBI or FDLE within three months of submission of the fingerprint card shall fingerprint the applicant again and resubmit the fingerprint card to FDLE and the FBI. If the FBI has processed the card, the letter from the FBI stating that the individual does not have a criminal history may be accepted as official documentation. The date the letter is postmarked shall be the date recorded on the Fingerprint Notification form CJSTC-62.
(10) Should an officer separate from employment prior to the employing agency’s receipt of the officer’s processed applicant fingerprints, and there is an indication that the officer would have failed to meet the employment qualifications pursuant to this rule chapter, the separating agency shall immediately notify Commission staff and provide a copy of all documentation that establishes non-compliance of the officer to meet the necessary qualifications.
(11) If a criminal history record that could preclude employment pursuant to Section 943.13(4), F.S., is received from the FBI or FDLE, the agency shall obtain and maintain in the officer’s file, supporting documentation from the court that the final disposition of the case has been resolved and the officer is eligible for employment, pursuant to
Specific Authority 943.03(4), 943.12(1) FS. Law Implemented 943.12(3), 943.13, 943.133, 943.139, 943.1395 FS. History–New 11-5-02, 11-30-04.