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BUREAU DIRECTIVE: BOC - 2:001


REFERENCES:


FCAC 12.01, 14.01, 14.07


FMJS 1.04(b), 4.01 & 4.03


ALDF-2A-16, 2A-19, &

RESCINDS:

2A-20


CORE-2A-10, 2A-13, 2A-14


MONROE


BUREAU: Corrections


NO. OF PAGES: 2

COUNTY





SHERIFF’S OFFICE

CHAPTER: Admissions and Releases


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TOPIC: Acceptance of Arrestees


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Sheriff of Monroe County



[FCAC 14.01] [ALDF-2A-16] [CORE-2A-10]


PURPOSE:


The purpose of this directive is to establish policy for the Monroe County Detention Facilities that certain criteria must be obtained before an arrestee can be accepted.


SCOPE:


This directive applies to all Certified Personnel.


PERSON RESPONSIBLE:


Intake/Release Deputies.


POLICY AND PROCEDURES:


Arresting Deputy’s Paperwork


The Arresting Deputy's paperwork must be completed and accurate. Common mistakes to look for are:



EVALUATION:


DCF (Department of Children and Families) Evaluation Contract Manager (Michelle Lee)

will schedule an evaluation with the Jail Administrator for the Florida Licensed Psychologist to evaluate the offender. A confirmation of the evaluation appointment should be sent in writing to michelle_lee@dcf.state.fl.us.


NOTE: A SEXUALLY VOILENT OFFENDER MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR RELEASE FROM JAIL WITH A SENTENCE OF TIME

SERVED. It is important to work closely with the state attorney and DCF to ensure that any sexually violent offender who is arrested is identified as such and a referral decision made by SAO as soon as practicable.


TRANSPORTATION:


Upon completion of their sentence, a qualifying offender shall be transported by Monroe County Sheriff Office to the Florida Civil Commitment Center located in Arcadia Florida when petition for civil commitment is filed, or SAO refers the offender for evaluation.