Several state agencies, including the Department of Elder Affairs, have enacted new procedures to complywith the requirements. Under the new guidelines, individuals who want to work with affected elders or other groups must have their fingerprints checked by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI. If they are found to have a record of committing certain disqualifying offenses, they will not be allowed to work in that job. Read More...
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