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Senate Criminal and Civil Justice / House Justice Appropriations SENATE OFFER 1 Proviso Back of Bill Tuesday, March 8, 2022 412 Knott Building House Justice Appropriations Subcommittee / Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil JusticeFY 2022-2023 BOB Bump. Additionally, this funding will allow the Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) to invest in and. Eventual outcome will have profound implications for Sunshine state overall and the regional economy in particular Joseph Contreras in Orlando, Florida Tue 9 May 2023 03. . 03 million to cover $5,000 hiring and retention bonuses for correctional officers at 15 Department of Corrections facilities with high vacancy rates. Also, the budget includes $19. . 181 and 216. The Department has 23,380 full-time authorized positions, of which, 82% are either certified Correctional Officers (COs) or Correctional Probation Officers (CPOs). . . May 5, 2023 · But the former FDLE officials say that the governor is taking a particularly dangerous risk by politicizing a statewide police force with a $300 million budget, almost 2,000 employees and the. 00 EDT Last modified on. 19 Next.
. 00 FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND. 921. 6 million going to increase the pay of all employees earning less than $15 per. 03 million to cover $5,000 hiring and retention bonuses for correctional officers at 15 Department of Corrections facilities with high vacancy rates. . Program, the department shall submit a budget amendment prior to the expenditure of the funds, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. . The Florida Legislature passed the state budget, Ch. S. 216. 9 billion from the Public Education Capital Outlay Trust Fund (PECO TF) $65. Budget Authority to Complete the 8. . . DeSantis’ proposed spending plan includes $5 million for retention pay for correctional officers and $26. DeSantis also landed $75 million for his Job Growth Grant Fund,. Jan 20, 2023 · During a presentation of the Florida Department of Corrections’ budget request for next year, Secretary Ricky Dixon said he wanted to raise the starting salary of correctional officers from.
. . 9 million to restore the Indian River Lagoon, $50 million for the state’s natural springs, and $12. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. . . Fiscal Years 2023-2024 through 2027-2028 Florida Division of Emergency Management State Mitigation Strategy Natural Hazards Interagency Work Group 2021 Annual Report Monthly and Quarterly Reports. . But the Senate still has that. 177, 998 Florida Statutes, to increase budget authority for the 999 department if additional federal revenues specific to COVID-19. .