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SECTION 4 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CORRECTIONS
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

   The moneys contained herein are appropriated from the named funds to the
   Department   of   Corrections,  Justice  Administration,  Department  of
   Juvenile  Justice,  Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Department of
   Legal  Affairs/Attorney  General, and the Florida Commission on Offender
   Review  as the amounts to be used to pay the salaries, other operational
   expenditures, and fixed capital outlay of the named agencies.

CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 582 through 720 shall not be used to
   pay  for  unoccupied  space  currently being leased by the Department of
   Corrections in the event the leases are vacant on or after July 1, 2020,
   and  for  which it is determined by the Secretary of the department that
   there is no longer a need.

   From the funds in Specific Appropriations 602, 654, and 674, $60,599,445
   in  recurring General Revenue and 45,519,000 in salary rate are provided
   to   implement   a   retention   pay  plan  for  correctional  officers,
   correctional probation officers, and inspectors, effective July 1, 2020.
   The  plan  provides  a  $1,500  pay  increase at two years of continuous
   service  in  one  or a combination of the classification codes described
   below,  and a $2,500 increase at five years of continuous service in one
   or a combination of the classification codes described below.

   For   purposes   of   retention   pay   plan  implementation,  the  term
   "correctional   officer"    means  an  employee  of  the  Department  of
   Corrections  in the following classification codes: Correctional Officer
   (8003);  Correctional  Officer  Sergeant  (8005);  Correctional  Officer
   Lieutenant  (8011);  Correctional  Officer  Captain (8013); Correctional
   Officer  Major  (8015);  and  Correctional  Officer  Colonel (8017). For
   purposes  of  retention  pay plan implementation, the term "correctional
   probation officer" means an employee of the Department of Corrections in
   the  following  classification  codes:  Correctional  Probation  Officer
   (8036);  Correctional  Probation  Senior  Officer  (8039);  Correctional
   Probation  Specialist  (8040); Correctional Probation Supervisor (8045);
   and  Correctional  Probation  Senior  Supervisor (8046). For purposes of
   retention  pay  plan  implementation,  the  term  "inspector"  means  an
   employee   of   the   Department   of   Corrections   in  the  following
   classification  codes:  Inspector-DC (8026); Senior Inspector-DC (8028);
   and Inspector Supervisor-DC (8029).

   Any  current  employees with two or more years of continuous service but
   less  than  five  years of continuous service in one or a combination of
   the classification codes described above as of July 1, 2020 are provided
   a $1,500 pay increase, effective July 1, 2020.  Any current employees in
   a  classification  code  described  above  with  five  or  more years of
   continuous  service  in one or a combination of the classification codes
   described  above  as of July 1, 2020 are provided a $4,000 pay increase,
   effective July 1, 2020. Employees that meet the two or five year service
   thresholds after July 1, 2020, will receive the applicable increase upon
   reaching the required years of service.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  602,  604,  612 and 615,
   $29,056,715  is  provided  to  implement  a  pilot  project  to  convert
   correctional  officers  from  a twelve hour shift to an eight and a half
   hour shift.

PROGRAM: DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         22,832,850

 582   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      461.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       22,731,307
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,231,195
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                            76,050

 583   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           28,337
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           276,147
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