Florida Senate - 2013                          SENATOR AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for CS for HB 617
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                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                 Floor: WD/3R          .                                
             05/03/2013 03:29 PM       .                                

       Senator Gibson moved the following:
    1         Senate Amendment 
    3         Delete lines 104 - 178
    4  and insert:
    5         (4)(10)Membership of The juvenile justice county councils,
    6  or juvenile justice circuit advisory boards established under
    7  subsection (1) must (9), may include as members representatives
    8  from the following entities:
    9         (a) The state attorney or his or her designee
   10  Representatives from the school district, which may include
   11  elected school board officials, the school superintendent,
   12  school or district administrators, teachers, and counselors.
   13         (b) The public defender or his or her designee
   14  Representatives of the board of county commissioners.
   15         (c) The chief judge or his or her designee Representatives
   16  of the governing bodies of local municipalities within the
   17  county.
   18         (d) A representative of the corresponding circuit or
   19  regional entity of the Department of Children and Families
   20  Family Services.
   21         (e) Representatives of local law enforcement agencies,
   22  including The sheriff or the sheriff's designee from each county
   23  in the circuit.
   24         (f) A police chief or his or her designee from each county
   25  in the circuit Representatives of the judicial system.
   26         (g) A county commissioner or his or her designee from each
   27  county in the circuit.
   28         (h) The superintendent of each school district in the
   29  circuit or his or her designee.
   30         (i) A representative from the workforce organization of
   31  each county in the circuit.
   32         (j)(g)A representative Representatives of the business
   33  community.
   34         (k) A youth representative who has had an experience with
   35  the juvenile justice system and is not older than 21 years of
   36  age.
   37         (h) Representatives of other interested officials, groups,
   38  or entities, including, but not limited to, a children's
   39  services council, public or private providers of juvenile
   40  justice programs and services, students, parents, and advocates.
   41  Private providers of juvenile justice programs may not exceed
   42  one-third of the voting membership.
   43         (l)(i)A representative representatives of the faith
   44  community.
   45         (m)(j)A health services representative who specializes in
   46  mental health care, Representatives of victim-service programs,
   47  or and victims of crimes.
   48         (k) Representatives of the Department of Corrections.
   49         (n) A parent or family member of a youth who has been
   50  involved with the juvenile justice system.
   51         (o) Up to five representatives from any of the following
   52  who are not otherwise represented in this subsection:
   53         1. Community leaders.
   54         2. Youth-serving coalitions.
   55         (5)(a) To form the initial juvenile justice circuit
   56  advisory board, the Secretary of Juvenile Justice, in
   57  consultation with the juvenile justice county councils in
   58  existence on October 1, 2013, shall appoint the chair of the
   59  board, who must meet the board membership requirements in
   60  subsection (4). Within 45 days after being appointed, the chair
   61  shall appoint the remaining members to the juvenile justice
   62  circuit advisory board and submit the appointments to the
   63  department for approval.
   64         (b) Thereafter, when a vacancy in the office of the chair
   65  occurs, the Secretary of Juvenile Justice, in consultation with
   66  the juvenile justice circuit advisory board, shall appoint a new
   67  chair, who must meet the board membership requirements in
   68  subsection (4). The chair shall appoint members to vacant seats
   69  within 45 days after the vacancy and submit the appointments to
   70  the department for approval.
   71         (6) A member may not serve more than three consecutive 2
   72  year terms, except those members listed in paragraphs (4)(a),
   73  (b), (c), (e), (f), (g), and (h). A former member who has not
   74  served on the juvenile justice circuit advisory board for 2
   75  years is eligible to serve on the juvenile justice circuit
   76  advisory board again. The Secretary of Juvenile Justice, in
   77  consultation with the chair of the juvenile justice circuit
   78  advisory board, may remove for cause a member of the board.