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Partners, Providers & Staff

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Resources for Partners, Providers & Staff Here you'll find DJJ forms, manuals, training & policy information and much more. Read More >

Our ApproachFind valuable resources on Trauma-Informed Care, PACT and more.Read More
Forms LibraryReview DJJ forms by office or by subject. Forms are available for download in multiple file formats.Read More
Policies & ResourcesFind DJJ manuals, administrative rule, department policies and interagency agreements.Read More
Procurement and Contract AdministrationFind contracting forms, documents, conference calls and general information about how to do business with the state of Florida.Read More
Monitoring and Quality ImprovementReview reports, publications and more produced by the DJJ Bureau of Monitoring and Quality Improvement.Read More
TrainingRegister for CORE training and find out about upcoming training events through the Bureau of Staff Development & Training page.Read More
Circuit Advisory BoardsThe Juvenile Justice Circuit Advisory Boards primarily focus on juvenile delinquency prevention programs and services such as mentoring, teen courts, neighborhood accountability boards, partnership programs, after-school programs and public forums.Read More
Data Integrity / JJISData Integrity Officers ensure that data and information entered into the Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS) is accurate throughout the Department of Juvenile Justice.Read More
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)The purpose of the act is to “provide for the analysis of the incidence and effects of prison rape in Federal, State, and local institutions and to provide information, resources, recommendations and funding to protect individuals from prison rape.” Read More
Information Security Awareness TrainingDJJ policy requires all Providers and Contractors needing access to any form of JJIS data (components, training modules, databases, etc.) to take the Information Security Awareness (ISA) training course prior to being granted access and at least once per calendar year.Read More