The bill also provides that an entry concerning a missing child or missing adult may not be removed from the Florida Crime Information Center and the National Crime Information Center databases based solely on the age of the missing child or missing adult.
What does FCIC stand for?
FCIC stands for Florida Crime Information Center
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- Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
- Federal Citizen Information Center (formerly Federal Consumer Information Center; Pueblo, CO, USA)
- Federal Computer Investigations Committee
- Federal Consumer Information Center (now the Federal Citizen Information Center)
- Federal Crop Insurance Corporation
- Federation of Consultants from Islamic Countries
- Fellow of the Chemical Institute of Canada
- Financial Crime Intelligence Center
- Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (Washington, DC)
- FirstClass Intranet Client
- Foreign Capital Investment Code (UK)
- Franciscan College of Immaculate Conception (Baybay, Island of Leyte, Philippines)
- Furnished by Contractor, Installed by Contractor
- Floor Covering Installation Contractors Association
- Federal Court Interpreter Certification Examination
- Fellow of the College of Intensive Care Medicine
- Fischi Christian Ingénierie Déconstruction (French engineering company)
- Fond de Co-Investissement Direct (French: Co-Investment Direct Fund)
- Food Commodity Intake Database (USDA and US EPA)
- Fuel Cycle and Isotopes Division (Oak Ridge National Laboratory; US Department of Energy)
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In addition to these in-house functions, HCSO's mainframe computer shares databases with the local clerk's office for traffic tickets, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for vehicle registration information, and the Florida Crime Information Center and the National Crime Information Center databases for criminal information.