ART. I | COMMISSION GOVERNANCE ENDS POLICIES
1. The Commission exists to enforce human and civil rights laws in Florida by investigating and resolving discrimination complaints in areas of employment, housing, and certain public accommodations. Such discrimination is based on national origin, color, religion, sex, race, age, disability, marital status, and familial status.
2. The Commission promotes fair and equitable treatment, respect, and tolerance through its outreach, educational, and training efforts and by providing information and resources to all persons in Florida.
3. The general public has the right to bring forth allegations of discrimination knowing that they will be treated with fairness, dignity, and respect.
4. Any State of Florida employee who files a complaint under the Florida Whistleblower's Act has the right not to be retaliated against
Florida Commission on Human Relations - Governance Processes
September 2014 - Revised (Original November 2006)