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1 Presenter: Florida Department of Law Enforcement Presenter: Florida Department of Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Information Services Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers New Clerk Academy

2 Criminal Case Dispositions Through partnerships between the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Florida Clerks of Court the Adult Felony Disposition Rate is 82%

3 Partnerships Why do we call you? Firearm background checks Concealed weapon permit checks Licensing Employment Adoption…

4 Historic Resubmission Project Pending/Not yet participating (32) Data submission ongoing (4) Data submission complete (21) Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Escambia Holmes Wash- ington Bay Jackson Cal- houn Gulf Liberty Franklin Wakulla Gadsden Leon Jefferson Wakulla Madison Taylor Hamilton Manatee Desoto Hardee High lands Okee- chobee St. Lucie Flagler Marion Levy Volusia Seminole Hendry Collier Lee Dade Broward Palm Beach Monroe Sarasota Charlotte Glades Martin Pinellas Hills- borough Orange Polk Osceola Brevard Indian River Pasco Citrus Lake Sumter Hernando Orange Nassau Duval Dixie Gil- christ Alachua St. Johns Putnam La- fayette Columbia Baker Suwanee Clay Union Brad- ford Seminole 25 Participating Counties to Date 1.7 million added dispositions 6.1 million modified dispositions

5 LOGAN The first official changes to the Data Element Dictionary (or “pink book”) since 1997 The changes were authored by the OBTS Committee comprised of Clerks, FCCC, OSCA, FDLE, DC and DJJ FDLE will begin accepting records in October 2014 We will continue to accept records in the older format Grant funding is available to counties to make changes to the files that are submitted to FDLE and OSCA Contact Erin Callan, FDLE Disposition, for information LOGAN upgrades to be implemented October 2014

6 Prosecutor Filed Charges The Clerks of Court currently submit Prosecutor Filed Charges to LOGAN. Beginning Fall 2014, FDLE will begin displaying these interim charges.

7 Contacts Senior Management Analyst Supervisor Erin Callan (850) Disposition Section FDLE

8 Mental Competency Database Firearm Purchase Program

9 MECOM Established in February 2007, MECOM is an automated database used to receive and store information from the Clerks of Court pertaining to persons adjudicated mentally defective or committed to a mental institution by a court order or a judicial finding of incapacity. Information is shared with the FBI NICS and other specified agencies for the purpose of determining firearm sale or transfer eligibility. Federal and state law prohibits the sale or transfer of firearms to any person adjudicated as mentally defective or committed to a mental institution. Mental Competency Database (MECOM)

10 MECOM - Statistics All statistics as of March 11, 2014 Records in MECOM: 159,811

11 Submission Methods Faxing / ing Records to FDLE (28) Entering Records into MECOM and Faxing / ing Records to FDLE (7) Entering Records into MECOM (32) Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Escambia Holmes Wash- ington Bay Jackson Cal- houn Gulf Liberty Franklin Wakulla Gadsden Leon Jefferson Wakulla Madison Taylor Hamilton Manatee Desoto Hardee High lands Okee- chobee St. Lucie Flagler Marion Levy Volusia Seminole Hendry Collier Lee Dade Broward Palm Beach Monroe Sarasota Charlotte Glades Martin Pinellas Hills- borough Orange Polk Osceola Brevard Indian River Pasco Citrus Lake Sumter Hernando Orange Nassau Duval Dixie Gil- christ Alachua St. Johns Putnam La- fayette Columbia Baker Suwanee Clay Union Brad- ford Seminole

12 HB 1355 HB 1355 ( Laws of Florida) Amended Section , F.S., Sale and Delivery of Firearms Involuntary examination Examining physician’s finding the subject “is an imminent danger to [self] or others.” Written notice of implications and informed consent [as defined by law] before agreeing to voluntary treatment. Subject agrees to voluntary treatment Admission to a mental institution or treatment facility; the administrator must file records with the Clerk of the Court within 24 hours. The Clerk of Court must present records to a judge or magistrate within 24 hours. Upon review and approval, the judge or magistrate must order the record be submitted to FDLE. The Clerk of Court is responsible for submitting the record to FDLE within 24 hours. “Relating to Purchase of Firearms by Mentally Ill Persons”

13 Contacts Bureau Chief Tim Giesecke (850) User Services Bureau FDLE


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