2019 Florida Statutes
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Jurisdiction of department.
Employment of relatives.
Notice of employment, appointment, or separation; response by the correctional officer; duty of department.
Department of Corrections; general function; seal; use of inmate labor.
Department-operated day care services.
Licensing requirements for physicians, osteopathic physicians, and chiropractic physicians employed by the department.
Extension of the limits of confinement; restitution by employed inmates.
Inmates prohibited from driving state-owned vehicles to transport inmates in a work-release program.
Limits on work-release and minimum security custody for persons who have committed the crime of escape.
Transfers for rehabilitative treatment.
Inmate welfare and employee benefit trust funds.
Employee Benefit Trust Fund.
Federal Grants Trust Fund.
Verifying social security numbers.
Proceedings by department.
Selection of probation or parole offices by the department; public notice.
Restitution and other payments.
Requirement for education on human immunodeficiency virus, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, and other communicable diseases.
HIV testing of inmates prior to release.
Law enforcement personnel authorized to conduct drug tests on inmates and releasees.
Corrections Mental Health Act; short title for ss. 945.40-945.49.
Legislative intent of ss. 945.40-945.49.
Definitions; ss. 945.40-945.49.
Placement of inmate in a mental health treatment facility.
Emergency placement of inmate in a mental health treatment facility.
Continued placement of inmates in mental health treatment facilities.
Initiation of involuntary placement proceedings with respect to a mentally ill inmate scheduled for release.
Discharge of inmate from mental health treatment.
Rights of inmates provided mental health treatment; procedure for involuntary treatment.
Operation and administration.
Correctional Medical Authority; ss. 945.601-945.6035, definitions.
State of Florida Correctional Medical Authority; creation; members.
Powers and duties of authority.
Required reports and surveys.
Quality management program requirements.
Continuing contracts with health care providers.
Minimum health care standards.
Nonemergency health care; inmate copayments.
Inmate litigation costs.
Inmate medical services.
Inmate training programs; intent and purposes.
Eligibility and screening of inmates.
Inmate training program operation.