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DJJ Weekly Letter


  • Did you know that Floridians are substantially less likely to be the victim of a crime involving a juvenile that at any other time since DJJ started tracking this statistic in 1990?
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  • I truly hope that you and your loved ones enjoyed the holidays and that you had a chance to relax and perhaps make some resolutions for 2012. The year is already off to a good start at DJJ.
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  • The Office of Prevention and Victim Services recently partnered with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and Continental Societies, Inc., to provide a much needed presentation to elementary school students in Miami-Dade County on bullying.
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  • With the holidays right around the corner, please remember that many of the youth we supervise won’t be able to spend them at home with friends and family. A little thoughtfulness and sensitivity go a long way this time of year. Thank you for caring.
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  • This week, I was honored to stand with other state agency heads as Gov. Rick Scott announced his Fiscal Year (FY) 2012-13 budget proposal to the Legislature. The Governor listened to Floridians to find out what issues were most important to them.
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  • I sincerely hope you had a peaceful Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends. Allow me to share some news
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  • With Thanksgiving here, let’s remember that we have so much to be grateful for. We live in a wonderful state and nation and enjoy freedoms and benefits envied by people around the world. It’s easy to look past our blessings to our problems, many of which are temporary and pass quickly.
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  • I am pleased to share with you my first weekly letter to all DJJ employees. Its purpose is to provide you with an update on key events and issues in our agency, and recognize noteworthy accomplishments.
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