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Partners, Providers & Staff
This page contains the polices and user agreements that are required in order to obtain access to VPN, JJIS, and/or FSFN. The documents are in PDF format.
Policy and procedures governing provider access to the Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS) and JJIS Data.
This document outlines the process which a user must follow for access to JJIS and associated systems.
The Provider Access Agreement Form is the form that needs to be submitted to the DJJ Contract Manager in order for VPN and JJIS access to be provided. Information is provided on the process provider staff must follow to gain or modify access.
This form is to be submitted by DJJ staff and Providers to inform the Data Integrity Officer of the type and level of permissions that are needed for JJIS. When completing the form, click on or hover over the item to display instructions for that item. Select the position title or role that most closely matches the duties performed. All permissions are issued based on profiles created by the DIO team. These profiles are designed as a base set of permissions applicable to any staff holding that role, and can be modified to include additional permissions as required by specific job duties.
For Provider staff, this form must be routed through the DJJ Contract Manager assigned to the contract. Submit a new permission request form each time there is a change of permissions or when additional permissions are being requested.
DJJ staff must complete and submit a new permission request form each time there is a change of permissions or when additional permissions are being requested. When DJJ staff is transferring to a new position but keeping same permission set, only a DIO work order is required for documentation of the request.
DJJ staff submit this form to the DIO, who in turn submits the request to the regional DCF liaison, for access to Florida Safe Family Network (FSFN).
Staff requesting to be added as a facilitator to the Evidence Based Services module must complete this form and submit to their local DIO.
A program is available for DJJ Partners and Providers who wish to have staff trained to conduct many of the training functions that a Data Integrity Officer (DIO) would normally perform. More information about this program can be found in the PowerPoint presentation below:
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