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1. 90.5037 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 90.5037 90.5037 Human trafficking victim advocate-victim privilege.—(1) For purposes of this section, the term:(a) “Anti-human trafficking organization” means a registered public or private agency that offers assistance to victims of the offense of human trafficking, as defined in s. 787.06 (2

2. 1004.343 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 1004.343 1004.343 Statewide Data Repository for Anonymous Human Trafficking Data.—(1) The University of South Florida Trafficking in Persons - Risk to Resilience Lab shall house and operate the state’s unified Statewide Data Repository for Anonymous Human Trafficking Data.(a) The purposes of t

3. 509.096 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 509.096 509.096 Human trafficking awareness training and policies for employees of public lodging establishments; enforcement.—(1) A public lodging establishment shall:(a) Provide annual training regarding human trafficking awareness to employees of the establishment who perform housekeeping d

4. 787.061 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 787.061 787.061 Civil actions by victims of human trafficking.—(1) FINDINGS.—The Legislature finds that it is necessary to provide a civil cause of action for the recovery of specified damages and costs in order to achieve the intent of the Legislature relating to human trafficking as expresse

5. 402.881 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 402.881 402.881 Adult safe houses.—(1) As used in this section, the term:(a) “Adult safe house” means a group residential facility that provides housing and care specifically for adult survivors of human trafficking.(b) “Adult survivor of human trafficking” or “survivor” means an individual wh

6. 960.196 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 960.196 960.196 Relocation assistance for victims of human trafficking.—(1) Notwithstanding the criteria specified in ss. 960.07 (2) and 960.13 for crime victim compensation awards, the department may award a one-time payment of up to $1,500 for any one claim and a lifetime maximum of $3,000 t

7. 456.0341 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 456.0341 456.0341 Requirements for instruction on human trafficking.—The requirements of this section apply to each person licensed or certified under chapter 457; chapter 458; chapter 459; chapter 460; chapter 461; chapter 463; chapter 465; chapter 466; part II, part III, part V, or part X of

8. 464.013 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 464.013 464.013 Renewal of license or certificate.—(1) The department shall renew a license upon receipt of the renewal application and fee.(2) The department shall adopt rules establishing a procedure for the biennial renewal of licenses.(3) The board shall by rule prescribe up to 30 hours of

9. 943.0583 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 943.0583 943.0583 Human trafficking victim expunction.—(1) As used in this section, the term:(a) “Human trafficking” has the same meaning as provided in s. 787.06 .(b) “Official documentation” means any documentation issued by a federal, state, or local agency tending to show a person’s status

10. 787.06 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 787.06 787.06 Human trafficking.—(1)(a) The Legislature finds that human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. Victims of human trafficking are young children, teenagers, and adults. Thousands of victims are trafficked annually across international borders worldwide. Many of these victi

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