The Southeastern Public Safety Institute is pleased to offer the 40-hour training series entitled Service of Non-Enforceable Judicial Process-Basic. This program is designed for individuals seeking appointment as a special process server or certified process server pursuant to Chapter 48, Florida Statutes. This training is the result of the cooperative effort of the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and St. Petersburg College.
I. Judicial System – Federal and State
II. Statutes and Rules of Procedure
III. Types of Service
IV. Who May Serve
V. How to Serve:
VI. Proof of Service
VII. Service Scenarios
VIII. Judicial Perspective
IX. Functions of the Clerk of the Court
X. Examination and Critique
Seminar Presenter: An attorney licensed with the Florida Bar since 1997
This program is designed for individuals seeking reappointment as a special process server or certified process server pursuant to Chapter 48, Florida Statutes.
To be reappointed in Pinellas County, you may go online to www.pcsoweb.com
for information or in person at
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, Civil Unit,
4400 140th Ave N, Ste 200
Clearwater, FL 33762.
To be reappointed in Pasco County, you may go online to www.pascosheriff.com
information or in person at
Pasco County Sheriff's Office
Court Process Section
8700 Citizen Drive
New Port Richey, FL 34654.
: Each appointing agency has established its own passing score requirements.
October 25- November 3, 2019- 5 sessions
5 pm - 10 pm - Friday October 25 (5 hours)
8 am - 7 pm - Saturday October 26 (10 hours)
8 am - 7 pm - Sunday October 27 (10 hours)
8 am - 7 pm - Saturday November 2 (10 hours)
8 am - 1 pm - Sunday November 3 (5 hours)
REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR. REGISTER EARLY!
Lauren Bley (727) 341-4492 - Office
Mary Weingart (727) 341-4500
727-444-6323 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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