DJJ Form IG/BSU-007 "Exemption Request Checklist" - Florida

What Is DJJ Form IG/BSU-007?

This is a legal form that was released by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice - a government authority operating within Florida. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on August 1, 2018;
  • The latest edition provided by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;

Download a fillable version of DJJ Form IG/BSU-007 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

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IG/BSU-007 PART 1
Created 08/18
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
Exemption Request Checklist
This checklist if being provided for your convenience in gathering the necessary documents to submit an
Exemption from Disqualification Request. You are required to provide ALL of the information below that
applies to your circumstance.
Your exemption request will be considered when all documentation is received.
Arrest reports for all offenses listed on the criminal history report. The arrest report is a detailed
narrative that explains the reason for your arrest. Arrest reports may be obtained from the law
enforcement (police department, sheriff’s office, etc.) agency that made the arrest or the clerk of the
court.
Court dispositions for all offenses listed on the criminal history report. Court dispositions may be
obtained from the clerk of the court in the county in which you were arrested. The disposition is the
court document that states what you were actually sentenced for and the conditions of your sentence.
Signed and notarized statement written by you with details on each offense explaining why you
were arrested.
If there was a victim, you must include the victim’s age and relationship to you and the
o
sentence you received (probation, jail, prison, etc.).
o
If your offense was related to theft, include the item(s) and the approximate value of the
item(s) stolen.
o
If you cannot obtain the arrest report and/or court disposition from the arresting agency or the
courts, include with your written statement documentation from the clerk of court and/or the
arresting agency, on their letterhead, a statement indicating the document(s) are no longer
available.
Personal statement must be written to explain the time that has elapsed since the disqualifying
offense. Your personal history since the offense (include work, education, civic, religious history, etc.).
Include what you believe you have to offer juveniles and why you want to work with the Department
of Juvenile Justice or our contracted providers. Also include other information that indicates you will
not present a danger to the safety or well-being of juveniles.
Documentation of rehabilitation should also be included. Rehabilitation may consist of successful
completion of a court-ordered treatment or counseling program, educational or training certificates,
proof of participation in community activities, special recognition, or awards received.
If you were given probation or parole, you will need a letter from the probation department with the
following information for each offense:
o
The date you terminated probation or parole
o
If you are still serving your sentence; the date you started probation or parole, the date
you are scheduled to terminate probation or parole and if you are eligible for early termination.
Provide 3-5 letters of recommendation. Letters must be from individuals you have known for at
least two years through contact at the workplace, community activities, education, or training centers.
Letters should not be more than six months old and individuals providing a letter of recommendation
should include their name, address, and telephone number for verification or possible interview.
You may also attach other relevant documents, such as:
o
A resume
o
Exemption from disqualification received from another State agency.
You have 45 calendar days from receipt of this notice to submit the requested information or show that you
have made reasonable efforts to obtain it. If we do not receive a response from you in 45 calendar days, your
file will be closed.
If you have questions or are in need of additional copies of the exemption forms, visit our website at:
http://www.djj.state.fl.us/partners/forms-library/inspector-general
or email us at Generalbsu@djj.state.fl.us.
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IG/BSU-007 PART 1
Created 08/18
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
Exemption Request Checklist
This checklist if being provided for your convenience in gathering the necessary documents to submit an
Exemption from Disqualification Request. You are required to provide ALL of the information below that
applies to your circumstance.
Your exemption request will be considered when all documentation is received.
Arrest reports for all offenses listed on the criminal history report. The arrest report is a detailed
narrative that explains the reason for your arrest. Arrest reports may be obtained from the law
enforcement (police department, sheriff’s office, etc.) agency that made the arrest or the clerk of the
court.
Court dispositions for all offenses listed on the criminal history report. Court dispositions may be
obtained from the clerk of the court in the county in which you were arrested. The disposition is the
court document that states what you were actually sentenced for and the conditions of your sentence.
Signed and notarized statement written by you with details on each offense explaining why you
were arrested.
If there was a victim, you must include the victim’s age and relationship to you and the
o
sentence you received (probation, jail, prison, etc.).
o
If your offense was related to theft, include the item(s) and the approximate value of the
item(s) stolen.
o
If you cannot obtain the arrest report and/or court disposition from the arresting agency or the
courts, include with your written statement documentation from the clerk of court and/or the
arresting agency, on their letterhead, a statement indicating the document(s) are no longer
available.
Personal statement must be written to explain the time that has elapsed since the disqualifying
offense. Your personal history since the offense (include work, education, civic, religious history, etc.).
Include what you believe you have to offer juveniles and why you want to work with the Department
of Juvenile Justice or our contracted providers. Also include other information that indicates you will
not present a danger to the safety or well-being of juveniles.
Documentation of rehabilitation should also be included. Rehabilitation may consist of successful
completion of a court-ordered treatment or counseling program, educational or training certificates,
proof of participation in community activities, special recognition, or awards received.
If you were given probation or parole, you will need a letter from the probation department with the
following information for each offense:
o
The date you terminated probation or parole
o
If you are still serving your sentence; the date you started probation or parole, the date
you are scheduled to terminate probation or parole and if you are eligible for early termination.
Provide 3-5 letters of recommendation. Letters must be from individuals you have known for at
least two years through contact at the workplace, community activities, education, or training centers.
Letters should not be more than six months old and individuals providing a letter of recommendation
should include their name, address, and telephone number for verification or possible interview.
You may also attach other relevant documents, such as:
o
A resume
o
Exemption from disqualification received from another State agency.
You have 45 calendar days from receipt of this notice to submit the requested information or show that you
have made reasonable efforts to obtain it. If we do not receive a response from you in 45 calendar days, your
file will be closed.
If you have questions or are in need of additional copies of the exemption forms, visit our website at:
http://www.djj.state.fl.us/partners/forms-library/inspector-general
or email us at Generalbsu@djj.state.fl.us.
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