Florida Senate - 2014                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. SB 1182
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                  Comm: RCS            .                                
                  03/24/2014           .                                

    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete lines 393 - 407
    4  and insert:
    5         (c)1. An applicant who is required to submit a copy of his
    6  or her fingerprints under paragraph (a) must be fingerprinted by
    7  an agency, entity, or vendor that meets the requirements of s.
    8  943.053(13). The agency, entity, or vendor shall forward a
    9  complete set of the applicant’s fingerprints to the Department
   10  of Law Enforcement for state processing, and the Department of
   11  Law Enforcement shall forward the applicant’s fingerprints to
   12  the Federal Bureau of Investigation for national processing.
   13         2. Fees for state and national fingerprint processing and
   14  fingerprint retention shall be borne by the applicant. The state
   15  cost for fingerprint processing is that authorized in s.
   16  943.053(3)(b) for records provided to persons or entities other
   17  than those specified as exceptions therein.
   18         3. All fingerprints submitted to the Department of Law
   19  Enforcement as required under this paragraph shall be retained
   20  by the Department of Law Enforcement as provided under s.
   21  943.05(2)(g) and (h) and enrolled in the Federal Bureau of
   22  Investigation’s national retained print arrest notification
   23  program. Fingerprints may not be enrolled in the national
   24  retained print arrest notification program until the Department
   25  of Law Enforcement begins participation with the Federal Bureau
   26  of Investigation. Arrest fingerprints will be searched against
   27  the retained prints by the Department of Law Enforcement and the
   28  Federal Bureau of Investigation.
   29         4. For any renewal of the applicant’s registration, the
   30  department shall request the Department of Law Enforcement to
   31  forward the retained fingerprints of the applicant to the
   32  Federal Bureau of Investigation unless the applicant is enrolled
   33  in the national retained print arrest notification program
   34  described in subparagraph 3. The fee for the national criminal
   35  history check shall be paid as part of the renewal fee to the
   36  department and forwarded by the department to the Department of
   37  Law Enforcement. If the applicant’s fingerprints are retained in
   38  the national retained print arrest notification program, the
   39  applicant shall pay the state and national retention fee to the
   40  department, and the department shall forward the fee to the
   41  Department of Law Enforcement.
   42         5. The department shall notify the Department of Law
   43  Enforcement regarding any person whose fingerprints have been
   44  retained but who is no longer registered under this chapter.
   45         6. The department shall screen background results to
   46  determine if an applicant meets registration requirements.
   47         (b) The department shall forward the full set of
   48  fingerprints to the Department of Law Enforcement for state and
   49  federal processing, provided the federal service is available,
   50  to be processed for any criminal justice information as defined
   51  in s. 943.045. The cost of processing such fingerprints shall be
   52  payable to the Department of Law Enforcement by the department.
   53  The department may issue a temporary registration to each
   54  location pending completion of the background check by state and
   55  federal law enforcement agencies but shall revoke such temporary
   56  registration if the completed background check reveals a
   57  prohibited criminal background. The Department of Law
   58  Enforcement shall report its findings to the Department of
   59  Revenue within 30 days after the date the fingerprints are
   60  submitted for criminal justice information.
   62  ================= T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T ================
   63  And the title is amended as follows:
   64         Between lines 30 and 31
   65  insert:
   66         requiring that certain applicants for a secondary
   67         metals recycler registration be fingerprinted by
   68         certain agencies, entities, or vendors; requiring such
   69         agencies, entities, or vendors to submit a complete
   70         set of the applicant’s fingerprints to the Department
   71         of Law Enforcement for state processing; requiring the
   72         Department of Law Enforcement to forward the
   73         applicant’s fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of
   74         Investigation for national processing; providing that
   75         fees for fingerprint processing and retention be borne
   76         by the applicant; providing for retention of the
   77         fingerprints; requiring the department to notify the
   78         Department of Law Enforcement of certain individuals
   79         who are no longer registered as secondary metals
   80         recyclers; requiring the department to screen results
   81         of background checks;