Florida Senate - 2018                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. SB 1552
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              

       Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice
       (Bracy) recommended the following:
    1         Senate Substitute for Amendment (378810) (with title
    2  amendment)
    4         Delete everything after the enacting clause
    5  and insert:
    6         Section 1. Paragraph (b) of subsection (11) of section
    7  320.08058, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
    8         320.08058 Specialty license plates.—
   10         (b) The proceeds of the Invest in Children license plate
   11  annual use fee must be deposited into the Juvenile Crime
   12  Prevention and Early Intervention Trust Fund within the
   13  Department of Juvenile Justice. Based on the recommendations of
   14  the juvenile justice councils, the department shall use the
   15  proceeds of the fee to fund programs and services that are
   16  designed to prevent juvenile delinquency. The department shall
   17  allocate moneys for programs and services within each county
   18  based on that county’s proportionate share of the license plate
   19  annual use fee collected by the county.
   20         Section 2. Effective July 1, 2019, subsection (18) of
   21  section 985.03, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   22         985.03 Definitions.—As used in this chapter, the term:
   23         (18) “Detention care” means the temporary care of a child
   24  in secure or supervised release nonsecure detention, pending a
   25  court adjudication or disposition or execution of a court order.
   26  There are two types of detention care, as follows:
   27         (a) “Secure detention” means temporary custody of the child
   28  while the child is under the physical restriction of a secure
   29  detention center or facility pending adjudication, disposition,
   30  or placement.
   31         (b) “Supervised release Nonsecure detention” means
   32  temporary, nonsecure custody of the child while the child is
   33  released to the custody of the parent, guardian, or custodian in
   34  a physically nonrestrictive environment under the supervision of
   35  the department staff pending adjudication, or disposition,
   36  through programs that or placement. Forms of nonsecure detention
   37  include, but are not limited to, home detention, electronic
   38  monitoring, day reporting centers, evening reporting centers,
   39  and nonsecure shelters. Supervised release Nonsecure detention
   40  may include other requirements imposed by the court.
   41         Section 3. Effective July 1, 2019, subsection (5) of
   42  section 985.037, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
   43         985.037 Punishment for contempt of court; alternative
   44  sanctions.—
   45         (5) ALTERNATIVE SANCTIONS COORDINATOR.—There is created the
   46  position of alternative sanctions coordinator within each
   47  judicial circuit, pursuant to subsection (3). Each alternative
   48  sanctions coordinator shall serve under the direction of the
   49  chief administrative judge of the juvenile division as directed
   50  by the chief judge of the circuit. The alternative sanctions
   51  coordinator shall act as the liaison between the judiciary,
   52  local department officials, district school board employees, and
   53  local law enforcement agencies. The alternative sanctions
   54  coordinator shall coordinate within the circuit community-based
   55  alternative sanctions, including supervised release nonsecure
   56  detention programs, community service projects, and other
   57  juvenile sanctions, in conjunction with the circuit plan
   58  implemented in accordance with s. 790.22(4)(c).
   59         Section 4. Effective July 1, 2019, paragraph (a) of
   60  subsection (1) of section 985.039, Florida Statutes, is amended
   61  to read:
   62         985.039 Cost of supervision; cost of care.—
   63         (1) Except as provided in subsection (3) or subsection (4):
   64         (a) When any child is placed into supervised release
   65  nonsecure detention, probation, or other supervision status with
   66  the department, or is committed to the minimum-risk
   67  nonresidential restrictiveness level, the court shall order the
   68  parent of such child to pay to the department a fee for the cost
   69  of the supervision of such child in the amount of $1 per day for
   70  each day that the child is in such status.
   71         Section 5. Effective July 1, 2019, paragraph (d) of
   72  subsection (1) of section 985.101, Florida Statutes, is amended
   73  to read:
   74         985.101 Taking a child into custody.—
   75         (1) A child may be taken into custody under the following
   76  circumstances:
   77         (d) By a law enforcement officer who has probable cause to
   78  believe that the child is in violation of the conditions of the
   79  child’s probation, supervised release nonsecure detention,
   80  postcommitment probation, or conditional release supervision;
   81  has absconded from nonresidential commitment; or has escaped
   82  from residential commitment.
   84  Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to allow the
   85  detention of a child who does not meet the detention criteria in
   86  part V.
   87         Section 6. Effective July 1, 2019, subsections (2), (4),
   88  and (5) of section 985.24, Florida Statutes, are amended to
   89  read:
   90         985.24 Use of detention; prohibitions.—
   91         (2) A child alleged to have committed a delinquent act or
   92  violation of law may not be placed into secure or supervised
   93  release nonsecure detention care for any of the following
   94  reasons:
   95         (a) To allow a parent to avoid his or her legal
   96  responsibility.
   97         (b) To permit more convenient administrative access to the
   98  child.
   99         (c) To facilitate further interrogation or investigation.
  100         (d) Due to a lack of more appropriate facilities.
  101         (4)The department may, within its existing resources,
  102  develop nonsecure, nonresidential evening reporting centers as
  103  an alternative to placing a child in secure detention. Evening
  104  reporting centers may be collocated with a juvenile assessment
  105  center. If established, evening reporting centers shall serve
  106  children and families who are awaiting a child’s court hearing
  107  and, at a minimum, operate during the afternoon and evening
  108  hours to provide a highly structured program of supervision.
  109  Evening reporting centers may also provide academic tutoring,
  110  counseling, family engagement programs, and other activities.
  111         (4)(5) The department shall continue to identify and
  112  develop supervised release detention options alternatives to
  113  secure detention care and shall develop such alternatives and
  114  annually submit them to the Legislature for authorization and
  115  appropriation.
  116         Section 7. Effective July 1, 2019, paragraph (b) of
  117  subsection (2) and subsection (4) of section 985.245, Florida
  118  Statutes, are amended to read:
  119         985.245 Risk assessment instrument.—
  120         (2)
  121         (b) The risk assessment instrument shall take into
  122  consideration, but need not be limited to, pending felony and
  123  misdemeanor offenses, offenses committed pending adjudication,
  124  prior offenses, unlawful possession of a firearm, prior history
  125  of failure to appear, violations of supervision prior offenses,
  126  offenses committed pending adjudication, any unlawful possession
  127  of a firearm, theft of a motor vehicle or possession of a stolen
  128  motor vehicle, and supervision probation status at the time the
  129  child is taken into custody. The risk assessment instrument
  130  shall also take into consideration all statutory mandates for
  131  detention care appropriate aggravating and mitigating
  132  circumstances, and shall be designed to target a narrower
  133  population of children than s. 985.255. The risk assessment
  134  instrument shall also include any information concerning the
  135  child’s history of abuse and neglect. The risk assessment shall
  136  indicate whether detention care is warranted, and, if detention
  137  care is warranted, whether the child should be placed into
  138  secure or supervised release nonsecure detention care.
  139         (4) For a child who is under the supervision of the
  140  department through probation, supervised release nonsecure
  141  detention, conditional release, postcommitment probation, or
  142  commitment and who is charged with committing a new offense, the
  143  risk assessment instrument may be completed and scored based on
  144  the underlying charge for which the child was placed under the
  145  supervision of the department and the new offense.
  146         Section 8. Effective July 1, 2019, paragraph (b) of
  147  subsection (1) of section 985.25, Florida Statutes, is amended
  148  to read:
  149         985.25 Detention intake.—
  150         (1) The department shall receive custody of a child who has
  151  been taken into custody from the law enforcement agency or court
  152  and shall review the facts in the law enforcement report or
  153  probable cause affidavit and make such further inquiry as may be
  154  necessary to determine whether detention care is appropriate.
  155         (b) The department shall base the decision whether to place
  156  the child into detention care on an assessment of risk in
  157  accordance with the risk assessment instrument and procedures
  158  developed by the department under s. 985.245, except that a
  159  child shall be placed in secure detention care until the child’s
  160  detention hearing if the child meets the criteria specified in
  161  s. 985.255(1)(f) or 985.255(1)(j), is charged with possessing or
  162  discharging a firearm on school property in violation of s.
  163  790.115, or has been taken into custody on three or more
  164  separate occasions within a 60-day period.
  166  Under no circumstances shall the department or the state
  167  attorney or law enforcement officer authorize the detention of
  168  any child in a jail or other facility intended or used for the
  169  detention of adults, without an order of the court.
  170         Section 9. Effective July 1, 2019, subsection (1) and
  171  paragraph (a) of subsection (3) of section 985.255, Florida
  172  Statutes, are amended to read:
  173         985.255 Detention criteria; detention hearing.—
  174         (1) Subject to s. 985.25(1), a child taken into custody and
  175  placed into detention care shall be given a hearing within 24
  176  hours after being taken into custody. At the hearing, the court
  177  may order a continued detention status if:
  178         (a) The result of the risk assessment instrument pursuant
  179  to s. 985.245 indicates secure or supervised release detention.
  180         (b) The child is alleged to be an escapee from a
  181  residential commitment program; or an absconder from a
  182  nonresidential commitment program, a probation program, or
  183  conditional release supervision; or is alleged to have escaped
  184  while being lawfully transported to or from a residential
  185  commitment program.
  186         (c)(b) The child is wanted in another jurisdiction for an
  187  offense which, if committed by an adult, would be a felony.
  188         (d)(c) The child is charged with a delinquent act or
  189  violation of law and requests in writing through legal counsel
  190  to be detained for protection from an imminent physical threat
  191  to his or her personal safety.
  192         (d)The child is charged with committing an offense of
  193  domestic violence as defined in s. 741.28 and is detained as
  194  provided in subsection (2).
  195         (e)The child is charged with possession of or discharging
  196  a firearm on school property in violation of s. 790.115 or the
  197  illegal possession of a firearm.
  198         (f)The child is charged with a capital felony, a life
  199  felony, a felony of the first degree, a felony of the second
  200  degree that does not involve a violation of chapter 893, or a
  201  felony of the third degree that is also a crime of violence,
  202  including any such offense involving the use or possession of a
  203  firearm.
  204         (g)The child is charged with any second degree or third
  205  degree felony involving a violation of chapter 893 or any third
  206  degree felony that is not also a crime of violence, and the
  207  child:
  208         1.Has a record of failure to appear at court hearings
  209  after being properly notified in accordance with the Rules of
  210  Juvenile Procedure;
  211         2.Has a record of law violations prior to court hearings;
  212         3.Has already been detained or has been released and is
  213  awaiting final disposition of the case;
  214         4.Has a record of violent conduct resulting in physical
  215  injury to others; or
  216         5.Is found to have been in possession of a firearm.
  217         (h)The child is alleged to have violated the conditions of
  218  the child’s probation or conditional release supervision.
  219  However, a child detained under this paragraph may be held only
  220  in a consequence unit as provided in s. 985.439. If a
  221  consequence unit is not available, the child shall be placed on
  222  nonsecure detention with electronic monitoring.
  223         (e)(i) The child is detained on a judicial order for
  224  failure to appear and has previously willfully failed to appear,
  225  after proper notice:
  226         1. For an adjudicatory hearing on the same case regardless
  227  of the results of the risk assessment instrument; or
  228         2. At two or more court hearings of any nature on the same
  229  case regardless of the results of the risk assessment
  230  instrument.
  232  A child may be held in secure detention for up to 72 hours in
  233  advance of the next scheduled court hearing pursuant to this
  234  paragraph. The child’s failure to keep the clerk of court and
  235  defense counsel informed of a current and valid mailing address
  236  where the child will receive notice to appear at court
  237  proceedings does not provide an adequate ground for excusal of
  238  the child’s nonappearance at the hearings.
  239         (f)(j) The child is a prolific juvenile offender. A child
  240  is a prolific juvenile offender if the child:
  241         1. Is charged with a delinquent act that would be a felony
  242  if committed by an adult;
  243         2. Has been adjudicated or had adjudication withheld for a
  244  felony offense, or delinquent act that would be a felony if
  245  committed by an adult, before the charge under subparagraph 1.;
  246  and
  247         3. In addition to meeting the requirements of subparagraphs
  248  1. and 2., has five or more of any of the following, at least
  249  three of which must have been for felony offenses or delinquent
  250  acts that would have been felonies if committed by an adult:
  251         a. An arrest event for which a disposition, as defined in
  252  s. 985.26, has not been entered;
  253         b. An adjudication; or
  254         c. An adjudication withheld.
  256  As used in this subparagraph, the term “arrest event” means an
  257  arrest or referral for one or more criminal offenses or
  258  delinquent acts arising out of the same episode, act, or
  259  transaction.
  260         (3)(a) The purpose of the detention hearing required under
  261  subsection (1) is to determine the existence of probable cause
  262  that the child has committed the delinquent act or violation of
  263  law that he or she is charged with and the need for continued
  264  detention. Unless a child is detained under paragraph (1)(d) or
  265  paragraph (1)(e), The court shall use the results of the risk
  266  assessment performed by the department and, based on the
  267  criteria in subsection (1), shall determine the need for
  268  continued detention. If the child is a prolific juvenile
  269  offender who is detained under s. 985.26(2)(c), the court shall
  270  use the results of the risk assessment performed by the
  271  department and the criteria in subsection (1) or subsection (2)
  272  only to determine whether the prolific juvenile offender should
  273  be held in secure detention.
  274         Section 10. Paragraph (d) is added to subsection (2) of
  275  section 985.26, Florida Statutes, to read:
  276         985.26 Length of detention.—
  277         (2)
  278         (d)A prolific juvenile offender under s. 985.255(1)(j) who
  279  is taken into custody for a violation of the conditions of his
  280  or her nonsecure detention must be held in secure detention
  281  until a detention hearing is held.
  282         Section 11. Effective July 1, 2019, paragraphs (c) and (d)
  283  of subsection (2) and paragraph (b) of subsection (4) of section
  284  985.26, Florida Statutes, as amended by this act, are amended to
  285  read:
  286         985.26 Length of detention.—
  287         (2)
  288         (c) A prolific juvenile offender under s. 985.255(1)(f)
  289  985.255(1)(j) shall be placed on supervised release nonsecure
  290  detention care with electronic monitoring or in secure detention
  291  care under a special detention order until disposition. If
  292  secure detention care is ordered by the court, it must be
  293  authorized under this part and may not exceed:
  294         1. Twenty-one days unless an adjudicatory hearing for the
  295  case has been commenced in good faith by the court or the period
  296  is extended by the court pursuant to paragraph (b); or
  297         2. Fifteen days after the entry of an order of
  298  adjudication.
  300  As used in this paragraph, the term “disposition” means a
  301  declination to file under s. 985.15(1)(h), the entry of nolle
  302  prosequi for the charges, the filing of an indictment under s.
  303  985.56 or an information under s. 985.557, a dismissal of the
  304  case, or an order of final disposition by the court.
  305         (d) A prolific juvenile offender under s. 985.255(1)(f)
  306  985.255(1)(j) who is taken into custody for a violation of the
  307  conditions of his or her supervised release nonsecure detention
  308  must be held in secure detention until a detention hearing is
  309  held.
  310         (4)
  311         (b) The period for supervised release nonsecure detention
  312  care under this section is tolled on the date that the
  313  department or a law enforcement officer alleges that the child
  314  has violated a condition of the child’s supervised release
  315  nonsecure detention care until the court enters a ruling on the
  316  violation. Notwithstanding the tolling of supervised release
  317  nonsecure detention care, the court retains jurisdiction over
  318  the child for a violation of a condition of supervised release
  319  nonsecure detention care during the tolling period. If the court
  320  finds that a child has violated his or her supervised release
  321  nonsecure detention care, the number of days that the child
  322  served in any type of detention care before commission of the
  323  violation shall be excluded from the time limits under
  324  subsections (2) and (3).
  325         Section 12. Effective July 1, 2019, subsection (1),
  326  paragraph (b) of subsection (3), and paragraph (a) of subsection
  327  (4) of section 985.265, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
  328         985.265 Detention transfer and release; education; adult
  329  jails.—
  330         (1) If a child is detained under this part, the department
  331  may transfer the child from supervised release nonsecure
  332  detention care to secure detention care only if significantly
  333  changed circumstances warrant such transfer.
  334         (3)
  335         (b) When a juvenile is released from secure detention or
  336  transferred to supervised release nonsecure detention, detention
  337  staff shall immediately notify the appropriate law enforcement
  338  agency, school personnel, and victim if the juvenile is charged
  339  with committing any of the following offenses or attempting to
  340  commit any of the following offenses:
  341         1. Murder, under s. 782.04;
  342         2. Sexual battery, under chapter 794;
  343         3. Stalking, under s. 784.048; or
  344         4. Domestic violence, as defined in s. 741.28.
  345         (4)(a) While a child who is currently enrolled in school is
  346  in supervised release nonsecure detention care, the child shall
  347  continue to attend school unless otherwise ordered by the court.
  348         Section 13. Effective July 1, 2019, paragraph (b) of
  349  subsection (1) of section 985.35, Florida Statutes, is amended
  350  to read:
  351         985.35 Adjudicatory hearings; withheld adjudications;
  352  orders of adjudication.—
  353         (1)
  354         (b) If the child is a prolific juvenile offender under s.
  355  985.255(1)(f) 985.255(1)(j), the adjudicatory hearing must be
  356  held within 45 days after the child is taken into custody unless
  357  a delay is requested by the child.
  358         Section 14. Effective July 1, 2019, subsections (2) and (4)
  359  of section 985.439, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
  360         985.439 Violation of probation or postcommitment
  361  probation.—
  362         (2) A child taken into custody under s. 985.101 for
  363  violating the conditions of probation shall be screened and
  364  detained or released based on his or her risk assessment
  365  instrument score or postcommitment probation shall be held in a
  366  consequence unit if such a unit is available. The child shall be
  367  afforded a hearing within 24 hours after being taken into
  368  custody to determine the existence of probable cause that the
  369  child violated the conditions of probation or postcommitment
  370  probation. A consequence unit is a secure facility specifically
  371  designated by the department for children who are taken into
  372  custody under s. 985.101 for violating probation or
  373  postcommitment probation, or who have been found by the court to
  374  have violated the conditions of probation or postcommitment
  375  probation. If the violation involves a new charge of
  376  delinquency, the child may be detained under part V in a
  377  facility other than a consequence unit. If the child is not
  378  eligible for detention for the new charge of delinquency, the
  379  child may be held in the consequence unit pending a hearing and
  380  is subject to the time limitations specified in part V.
  381         (4) Upon the child’s admission, or if the court finds after
  382  a hearing that the child has violated the conditions of
  383  probation or postcommitment probation, the court shall enter an
  384  order revoking, modifying, or continuing probation or
  385  postcommitment probation. In each such case, the court shall
  386  enter a new disposition order and, in addition to the sanctions
  387  set forth in this section, may impose any sanction the court
  388  could have imposed at the original disposition hearing. If the
  389  child is found to have violated the conditions of probation or
  390  postcommitment probation, the court may:
  391         (a)Place the child in a consequence unit in that judicial
  392  circuit, if available, for up to 5 days for a first violation
  393  and up to 15 days for a second or subsequent violation.
  394         (a)(b) Place the child in supervised release nonsecure
  395  detention with electronic monitoring. However, this sanction may
  396  be used only if a residential consequence unit is not available.
  397         (b)(c) If the violation of probation is technical in nature
  398  and not a new violation of law, place the child in an
  399  alternative consequence program designed to provide swift and
  400  appropriate consequences to any further violations of probation.
  401         1. Alternative consequence programs shall be established,
  402  within existing resources, at the local level in coordination
  403  with law enforcement agencies, the chief judge of the circuit,
  404  the state attorney, and the public defender.
  405         2. Alternative consequence programs may be operated by an
  406  entity such as a law enforcement agency, the department, a
  407  juvenile assessment center, a county or municipality, or another
  408  entity selected by the department.
  409         3. Upon placing a child in an alternative consequence
  410  program, the court must approve specific consequences for
  411  specific violations of the conditions of probation.
  412         (c)(d) Modify or continue the child’s probation program or
  413  postcommitment probation program.
  414         (d)(e) Revoke probation or postcommitment probation and
  415  commit the child to the department.
  416         Section 15. Paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section
  417  985.557, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
  418         985.557 Direct filing of an information; discretionary and
  419  mandatory criteria.—
  421         (a) With respect to any child who was 14 or 15 or 16 years
  422  of age at the time the alleged offense was committed, the state
  423  attorney may file an information when in the state attorney’s
  424  judgment and discretion the public interest requires that adult
  425  sanctions be considered or imposed and when the offense charged
  426  is for the commission of, attempt to commit, or conspiracy to
  427  commit:
  428         1. Arson;
  429         2. Sexual battery;
  430         3. Robbery;
  431         4. Kidnapping;
  432         5. Aggravated child abuse;
  433         6. Aggravated assault;
  434         7. Aggravated stalking;
  435         8. Murder;
  436         9. Manslaughter;
  437         10. Unlawful throwing, placing, or discharging of a
  438  destructive device or bomb;
  439         11. Armed burglary in violation of s. 810.02(2)(b) or
  440  specified burglary of a dwelling or structure in violation of s.
  441  810.02(2)(c), or burglary with an assault or battery in
  442  violation of s. 810.02(2)(a);
  443         12. Aggravated battery;
  444         13. Any lewd or lascivious offense committed upon or in the
  445  presence of a person less than 16 years of age;
  446         14. Carrying, displaying, using, threatening, or attempting
  447  to use a weapon or firearm during the commission of a felony;
  448         15. Grand theft in violation of s. 812.014(2)(a);
  449         16. Possessing or discharging any weapon or firearm on
  450  school property in violation of s. 790.115;
  451         17. Home invasion robbery;
  452         18. Carjacking; or
  453         19. Grand theft of a motor vehicle in violation of s.
  454  812.014(2)(c)6. or grand theft of a motor vehicle valued at
  455  $20,000 or more in violation of s. 812.014(2)(b) if the child
  456  has a previous adjudication for grand theft of a motor vehicle
  457  in violation of s. 812.014(2)(c)6. or s. 812.014(2)(b).
  458         Section 16. Effective July 1, 2019, paragraph (a) of
  459  subsection (9) of section 985.601, Florida Statutes, is amended
  460  to read:
  461         985.601 Administering the juvenile justice continuum.—
  462         (9)(a) The department shall operate a statewide, regionally
  463  administered system of detention services for children, in
  464  accordance with a comprehensive plan for the regional
  465  administration of all detention services in the state. The plan
  466  must provide for the maintenance of adequate availability of
  467  detention services for all counties. The plan must cover all the
  468  department’s operating circuits, with each operating circuit
  469  having access to a secure facility and supervised release
  470  nonsecure detention programs, and the plan may be altered or
  471  modified by the Department of Juvenile Justice as necessary.
  472         Section 17. Subsections (3) and (7) of section 985.672,
  473  Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
  474         985.672 Direct-support organization; definition; use of
  475  property; board of directors; audit.—
  476         (3) BOARD OF DIRECTORS.—The Secretary of Juvenile Justice
  477  shall appoint a board of directors of the direct-support
  478  organization. The board members shall be appointed according to
  479  the organization’s bylaws Members of the organization must
  480  include representatives from businesses, representatives from
  481  each of the juvenile justice service districts, and one
  482  representative appointed at large.
  483         (7)REPEAL.—This section is repealed October 1, 2018,
  484  unless reviewed and saved from repeal by the Legislature.
  485         Section 18. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this
  486  act, this act shall take effect July 1, 2018.
  488  ================= T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T ================
  489  And the title is amended as follows:
  490         Delete everything before the enacting clause
  491  and insert:
  492                        A bill to be entitled                      
  493         An act relating to juvenile justice; amending s.
  494         320.08058, F.S.; allowing the Department of Highway
  495         Safety and Motor Vehicles to distribute proceeds from
  496         the Invest in Children license plate annual use fee on
  497         a statewide basis; amending s. 985.03, F.S.; replacing
  498         the term “nonsecure detention” with the term
  499         “supervised release”; defining the term “supervised
  500         release detention”; amending ss. 985.037, 985.039, and
  501         985.101, F.S.; conforming provisions to changes made
  502         by the act; amending s. 985.24, F.S.; deleting
  503         provisions authorizing the Department of Juvenile
  504         Justice to develop evening reporting centers;
  505         conforming provisions to changes made by the act;
  506         amending s. 985.245, F.S.; revising risk assessment
  507         instrument considerations; conforming provisions to
  508         changes made by the act; amending s. 985.25, F.S.;
  509         deleting a provision requiring mandatory detention for
  510         children taken into custody on three or more separate
  511         occasions within a 60-day period; amending s. 985.255,
  512         F.S.; revising the circumstances under which a
  513         continued detention status may be ordered; amending s.
  514         985.26, F.S.; requiring the department to hold a
  515         prolific juvenile offender in secure detention pending
  516         a detention hearing following a violation of nonsecure
  517         detention; amending s. 985.26, F.S.; revising the
  518         definition of the term “disposition”; conforming
  519         provisions to changes made by the act; amending ss.
  520         985.265 and 985.35, F.S.; conforming provisions to
  521         changes made by the act; amending s. 985.439, F.S.;
  522         deleting authorization for placement of a child in a
  523         consequence unit in certain circumstances; allowing a
  524         child who violates conditions of probation to be
  525         detained or released based on the results of the
  526         detention risk assessment instrument; conforming
  527         provisions to changes made by the act; amending s.
  528         985.557, F.S.; increasing the age of a child at which
  529         a state attorney may file an information against the
  530         child for prosecution as an adult; amending s.
  531         985.601, F.S.; conforming provisions to changes made
  532         by the act; amending s. 985.672, F.S.; requiring the
  533         board of directors of the department’s direct-support
  534         organization to be appointed according to the
  535         organization’s bylaws; deleting the scheduled repeal
  536         of provisions governing a direct-support organization
  537         established by the department; providing effective
  538         dates.