(1) There is created within the Department of Legal Affairs the Florida Crime Prevention
Training Institute, which shall be a comprehensive program of crime prevention training
courses suitable for, and made available to, any interested person.
(2) The department shall establish the curriculum and admission requirements in such
a manner as to give priority to those training programs which it determines to have
the greatest potential for preventing crime. The department shall provide administrative support services for the institute. The department shall adopt rules and policies for the administration and operation
of the institute and fix admission fees in an amount which, in the aggregate, does
not exceed the cost of the program; and it may accept donations or grants of any
type for any function or purpose of the institute.
(3) There is established within the Department of Legal Affairs the Florida Crime
Prevention Training Institute Revolving Trust Fund to be used exclusively for the
purposes of this section.
(4) All moneys, fees, donations, or grants collected by the department on behalf of
the institute shall be deposited into the Florida Crime Prevention Training Institute
Revolving Trust Fund and shall be applied to cover all costs incurred in establishing
and conducting the crime prevention training programs authorized under this section,
including, but not limited to, salaries for instructors and costs of materials connected
with such programs.
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