2010 Florida Statutes
Sexual battery; notification of victim’s rights and services.
Sexual battery; notification of victim’s rights and services.—
A law enforcement officer who investigates an alleged sexual battery shall:
Assist the victim in obtaining medical treatment, if medical treatment is necessary as a result of the alleged incident, a forensic examination, and advocacy and crisis-intervention services from a certified rape crisis center.
Advise the victim that he or she may contact a certified rape crisis center from which the victim may receive services.
The law enforcement officer shall give the victim immediate notice of the legal rights and remedies available to a victim on a standard form developed and distributed by the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence in conjunction with the Department of Law Enforcement. The notice must include the resource listing, including telephone number, for the area certified rape crisis center as designated by the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence.
s. 1, ch. 2009-184.