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Incident Hotline: 1-800-355-2280
Want to know how to seal or expunge your criminal record? Visit the For Youth section for more information on youth records.
Find DJJ-funded programs in your area using the Program & Facility Locator.
Juvenile Justice Boards & Councils focus on crime prevention in their local communities.
Review DJJ forms by office or by subject. Forms are available for download in multiple file formats.
Juvenile Probation Officers (JPO) assess the needs and risks of youth entering the juvenile justice system.
Browse online health tips and resources by topic in the Health Initiatives section.
The Civil Citation Dashboard contains data on Florida’s use of Civil Citation as an alternative to arrest for 1st time misdemeanants.
The Juvenile Justice System Improvement Project (JJSIP) is a national initiative to reform the juvenile justice system by translating "what works" into everyday practice and policy.
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Information Security (commonly referred to as Cyber Security) entails protecting employee and youth information and department-owned information technology (IT) resources (i.e. data, applications, systems, networks and hardware/software, etc.) from unauthorized use, disclosure, modification or destruction. This critical function requires all DJJ employees and applicable providers to adhere to DJJ’s policies and procedures, incorporate standards/guidelines and practice safeguards that will protect the confidentiality and integrity of the Department’s data and IT resources.
The goal of this course is to heighten your awareness of information security as it relates to insuring the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of data, records, and IT resources.
The key to information security is not solely an organization’s firewall, anti-virus software, or web filters—people are the key to Information Security.
Click here to begin DJJ’s Information Security Awareness training. The training provided on DJJ’s webpage is solely for DJJ providers and contractors who work outside of DJJ facilities and who do not access to the Department’s network. DJJ employees as well as providers and contractors working within DJJ facilities must take the Information Security Awareness training that is available on SkillPro.
Click here to access the Information Security Awareness training pledge and acknowledgement form. NOTE: The ISA Training pledge and acknowledgment form must be signed and received by the appropriate Data Integrity Officer before access is granted to any form of DJJ/JJIS data.
For More Information:
Please reference the Department’s Policies and Procedures Webpage:
OnGuardOnline.gov is the federal government’s website dedicated to promote online safety and responsibility.
Contact the Department's Information Security Manager:
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