Fiscal Year:
    
Primary Budget:
Comparison Budget:

   Environmental Protection - Law Enforcement Lieutenant (8522) and Captain
   (8632);   Financial   Services  Investigation  Manager-SES  (8357),  Law
   Enforcement  Lieutenant  (8522), Law Enforcement Investigator II (8541),
   Law  Enforcement  Major  (8630) and Law Enforcement Captain (8632); Fish
   and  Wildlife Conservation Commission - Law Enforcement Corporal (8517),
   Law  Enforcement  Lieutenant (8522), Law Enforcement Captain (8525), Law
   Enforcement  Airplane  Pilot  I (8532), Law Enforcement Pilot II (8534),
   Law  Enforcement Investigator II (8541), Law Enforcement Manager (8565),
   Law  Enforcement  Program  Administrator (8798), Law Enforcement Section
   Leader (9154), Deputy Director of Law Enforcement (9498) and Director of
   Law  Enforcement  (9694);  Department  of Law Enforcement - Chief of Law
   Enforcement  Services  (8383),  Law  Enforcement  Sergeant  (8519),  Law
   Enforcement  Lieutenant  (8522),  Law Enforcement Accreditation Director
   (8535), Law Enforcement Investigator II (8541), Special Agent Supervisor
   (8584)  and  Inspector (8590); Lottery Special Agent (1126), Director of
   Security  (2601)  and Deputy Director of Security (2603); Highway Safety
   and  Motor  Vehicles - Deputy Director of Florida Highway Patrol (7932),
   Chief  of Florida Highway Patrol (7981), Florida Highway Patrol Sergeant
   (8031),  Florida  Highway  Patrol Pilot I (8032), Florida Highway Patrol
   Pilot II (8033), Florida Highway Patrol Corporal (8034), Florida Highway
   Patrol  Invest  Sergeant  (8035), Law Enforcement Lieutenant (8522), Law
   Enforcement Major (8626), Law Enforcement Captain (8632) and Director of
   Florida   Highway  Patrol  (9762);  Legal  Affairs  -  Director  of  Law
   Enforcement  Relations,  Victim  Services  and  Criminal Justice (7949),
   Investigation  Manger-SES (8357), Law Enforcement Lieutenant (8522), Law
   Enforcement  Captain (8525), Law Enforcement Investigator II (8541), Law
   Enforcement  Major  (8630)  and  Law Enforcement Captain (8632); Justice
   Administration Commission - Investigator Supervisor (4665), Investigator
   Trainee  (5660),  Investigator V (6665), Investigator I (5661 and 9661),
   Investigator  II (5662, 6662 and 9662), Investigator III (5663, 6663 and
   9663)  and  Investigator IV (5664, 5668, 6664 and 9664); and State Court
   System  -  Chief  Deputy  Marshal  -  Supreme Court (1500); Chief Deputy
   Marshal - District Court (1501), Deputy Clerk I - District Court (2601);
   Deputy  Marshal  - Supreme Court (1505); Deputy Marshal - District Court
   (1506); Deputy Marshal Supervisor - Supreme Court (1510); Deputy Marshal
   Supervisor  -  District  Court  (1515); Marshal - District Court (9050);
   Marshal  Supreme  Court  (9040);  Agency for Persons with Disabilities -
   Institutional  Security  Specialist  II  (8238),  Institutional Security
   Specialist  Shift  Supervisor  (8240)  and  Institutional Security Chief
   (8243); and Department of Children and Families - Institutional Security
   Specialist II (8238), Institutional Security Specialist Shift Supervisor
   (8240) and Institutional Security Chief (8243).

   (b) Department of Corrections

   1.  Effective  upon  this  act  becoming  law, $120,677,194 in recurring
   General   Revenue   and   $3,476,682   in   recurring  trust  funds  are
   appropriated,  in  addition to the pay adjustments provided in paragraph
   (1)(b),  for  Fiscal Year 2021-2022 to increase the minimum base rate of
   pay  to  $41,600  for each eligible Correctional Officer beginning as of
   the last day of the last completed month upon this act becoming law.

   2.  For  the  purpose of this paragraph, the term "correctional officer"
   means  an  employee  in  the  Department of Corrections in the following
   classification codes: Correctional Officers (8003), Correctional Officer
   Sergeant  (8005),  Correctional  Officer Lieutenant (8011), Correctional
   Officer  Captain  (8013),  Inspector  DC  (8026), Correctional Probation
   Officers  (8036),  Correctional  Probation  Senior  Officers  (8039) and
   Correctional Probation Specialist (8040).

   Any  unexpended  balances  of  funds  remaining  on  June 30, 2022 shall
   revert.  The  Department  of  Corrections  is authorized to continue the
   competitive pay adjustment in Fiscal Year 2022-2023.

   3.  Effective  July 1, 2022, $15,861,912 in recurring General Revenue is
   appropriated in Specific Appropriations 603, 667 and 685, in addition to
   the  pay  adjustments  provided  in  paragraph  (1)(b),  to  implement a
   retention    plan  for  correctional  officers,  correctional  probation
   officers, and inspectors in the Department of Corrections.

   (c) Department of Juvenile Justice

   1. Effective upon this act becoming law, $7,727,519 in recurring General
   Revenue  and  $3,423,644  in  recurring trust funds are appropriated for
   Fiscal  Year  2021-2022,  in addition to the pay adjustments provided in
   paragraph  (1)(b),  to  increase the minimum base rate of pay to $35,360
   for  each  eligible  Juvenile  Detention Officer and to $39,520 for each
   Juvenile  Probation  Officer  as  of  the last day of the last completed
   month upon this act becoming law.