CS/SB 524 – SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATORS by Sobel
(CS/HB 7021 by Harrell and Eagle)
- The civil commitment process keeps sexually violent predators, post-incarceration, off our streets and in a safe facility where they receive treatment.
- CS/SB 524 enhances the process the Department of Children and Families (DCF) uses to recommend which offenders should be civilly committed. These changes will help them make the best decisions to protect the public.
CS/CS/SB 522 – INVOLUNTARY CIVIL COMMITMENT OF SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATORS by Grimsley
(CS/HB 7019 by Hutson and Campbell)
- It is a top priority of the Florida House to make Florida the most unfriendly state in the nation for sexually violent predators.
- CS/CS/SB 522 enhances notification requirements when a convict is released in order to better inform our communities, law enforcement, and families.
- The bill also enhances communication between state and county officials when a convict is released, and improves coordination between government and law enforcement.
CS/CS/CS/SB 526 – SEXUAL OFFENSES by Bradley
(CS/HB 7027 by Gaetz)
- CS/CS/CS/SB 526 increases the length of sentences of sexually violent offenders and extends monitoring after release, keeping these offenders off our streets and away from our children.
- This legislation will strengthen our ability to punish these criminals to the fullest extent of the law and help to ensure that they are no longer allowed to slip through the cracks and reoffend.
CS/CS/HB 7005 – TRANSPORTATION by Artiles
- This bill, among other things, also protects Floridians by clearly indicating on driver licenses and identification cards when individuals are sexual predators.