[floridaactioncommittee.org – 3/15/21]
[Note from ACSOL: the bill applies only to registrants in Florida, however, sometimes legislators are swayed by input from those in other states]
Florida Action Committee website article:
Florida Senate Bill 932 is on the Agenda to go before the Criminal Justice Committee tomorrow 03/16/21 at 12:30 pm.
SB 932 prohibits a court from granting time-sharing with a minor child to a parent registered as a sexual offender or sexual predator. It literally says timesharing MAY NOT be given to a registrant parent unless a judge makes written finding that the parent poses no significant risk of harm to the child and that time-sharing is in the child’s best interest.