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2010 Florida Statutes

F.S. 394.931

Quarterly reports.

Beginning July 1, 1999, the Department of Corrections shall collect information and compile quarterly reports with statistics profiling inmates released the previous quarter who fit the criteria and were referred to the Department of Children and Family Services pursuant to this act. The quarterly reports must be produced beginning October 1, 1999. At a minimum, the information that must be collected and compiled for inclusion in the reports includes: whether the qualifying offense was the current offense or the prior offense; the most serious sexual offense; the total number of distinct victims of the sexual offense; whether the victim was known to the offender; whether the sexual act was consensual; whether the sexual act involved multiple victims; whether direct violence was involved in the sexual offense; the age of each victim at the time of the offense; the age of the offender at the time of the first sexual offense; whether a weapon was used; length of time since the most recent sexual offense; and the total number of prior and current sexual-offense convictions. In addition, the Department of Children and Family Services shall implement a long-term study to determine the overall efficacy of the provisions of this part.


s. 26, ch. 99-222; s. 83, ch. 2000-139.