Florida Senate - 2011 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
Bill No. SB 1390
Senate . House
Comm: RCS .
The Committee on Budget Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil
Justice Appropriations (Joyner) recommended the following:
1 Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
3 Delete lines 105 - 197
4 and insert:
5 2. Supervised reentry program participants must comply with
6 reporting, drug testing, and other requirements established by
7 the department.
8 3. An inmate who fails to abide by the conditions set forth
9 in the supervised reentry program is subject to removal from the
10 program and to disciplinary action.
11 4. An inmate in the supervised reentry program may travel
12 to and from his or her department-approved activities only by
13 means of transportation approved by the department.
14 5. The inmate must pay the department for the cost of his
15 or her supervision in accordance with rules set forth by the
16 department. The inmate shall also pay the cost of any treatment
17 program in which he or she is participating.
18 6. An inmate is subject to the rules of conduct established
19 by the department and, after a violation, may have sanctions
20 imposed against him or her, including loss of privileges,
21 restrictions, disciplinary confinement, forfeiture of gain-time
22 or the right to earn gain-time in the future, and program
24 7. An inmate participating in the supervised reentry
25 program may not be included in the bed count for purposes of
26 determining total capacity as defined in s. 944.023(1).
27 8. The department shall adopt rules for the operation of
28 the supervised reentry program.
29 (2) Each inmate who demonstrates college-level aptitudes by
30 satisfactory evidence of successful completion of college-level
31 academic coursework may be provided the opportunity to
32 participate in college-level academic programs that
which may be
33 offered at community colleges or universities. The inmate is
34 personally responsible for the payment of all student fees
36 (3) The department may adopt regulations as to the
37 eligibility of inmates for the extension of confinement, the
38 disbursement of any earnings of these inmates, or the entering
39 into of agreements between itself and any city or county or
40 federal agency for the housing of these inmates in a local place
41 of confinement. However, a no person convicted of sexual battery
42 pursuant to s. 794.011 is not eligible for any extension of the
43 limits of confinement under this section.
44 (4) The willful failure of an inmate to remain within the
45 extended limits of his or her confinement or to return within
46 the time prescribed to the place of confinement designated by
47 the department is shall be deemed as an escape from the custody
48 of the department and is shall be punishable as prescribed by
50 (5) The provisions of This section does shall not be deemed
51 to authorize any inmate who has been convicted of any murder,
52 manslaughter, sexual battery, robbery, arson, aggravated
53 assault, aggravated battery, kidnapping, escape, breaking and
54 entering with intent to commit a felony, or aircraft piracy, or
55 any attempt to commit the aforementioned crimes, to attend any
56 classes at any state community college or any university that
57 which is a part of the State University System.
58 (6)(a) The department shall require inmates working at paid
59 employment as provided in paragraph (1)(b) or paragraph (1)(d)
60 to use a portion of the employment proceeds to provide
61 restitution to the aggrieved party for the damage or loss caused
62 by the offense of the inmate, in an amount to be determined by
63 the department, unless the department finds clear and compelling
64 reasons not to order such restitution. If restitution or partial
65 restitution is not ordered, the department shall state on the
66 record in detail the reasons therefor.
67 (b) An offender who is required to provide restitution or
68 reparation may petition the circuit court to amend the amount of
69 restitution or reparation required or to revise the schedule of
70 repayment established by the department or the Parole
72 (7) The department shall document and account for all forms
73 for disciplinary reports for inmates placed on extended limits
74 of confinement, which shall include, but are not be limited to,
75 all violations of rules of conduct, the rule or rules violated,
76 the nature of punishment administered, the authority ordering
77 such punishment, and the duration of time during which the
78 inmate was subjected to confinement.
79 (8)(a) The department may is authorized to levy fines only
80 through disciplinary reports and only against inmates placed on
81 extended limits of confinement. Major and minor infractions and
82 their respective punishments for inmates placed on extended
83 limits of confinement shall be defined by the rules of the
84 department, provided that a any fine may shall not exceed $50
85 for each infraction deemed to be minor and $100 for each
86 infraction deemed to be major. Such fines shall be deposited in
87 the General Revenue Fund, and a receipt shall be given to the
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91 And the title is amended as follows:
92 Delete lines 17 - 21
93 and insert:
94 operate the supervised reentry program; providing an
95 effective date.