In her argument - against - issuing more civil citations as alternatives to putting young people in jail - State attorney Angela Corey cited the city's - other - diversion programs - as being just as effective. But we spoke with a local mother - who wonders if her daughters diversion program - was their most effective option. Channel 4's Scott Johnson joins us live ... With more of what this mom had to say... Scott. the family understands the concept... but the whole point of this civil citation debate is to keep minors from getting criminal records that follow them their whole lives.And frankly this mom is still not sure what's on her daughter's record. 3 00-0527-341'34- 1'40felicia garrison says her daughter went through this over a shoplifting charge.She was put in what's called a diversion program which , along with civil citations - is an alternative to arrest - and angela corey 's has been touting to the city council for w eeks.FELICIA GARRISON/DAU GHTER WENT THROUGH DIVERSION PROGRAM 10:49 - we had to go through a lot of things... jail tour.Also had to. went through workshop called 7 habits for strength of the family.Garrison says it's not an easy process... in addition to jail tours, she says they had to pay a few hundred dollars in fines - and yet she's still not sure if all they did wiped her daughter's recod clean.13:00 - that any youth that goes through program doesn't have a record. That's not what we were told. That's not what I was told. I'm still concerned to this day that she has a record. angela corey has been determined to make city leaders understand that jacksonville has multiple arrest diversion programs... civil citations are only one. She says the reason jacksonville doesn't issue as many civil citations is because of those other programs - like the one garrison's daughter went through.ANGELA COREY :25 - determine what's best for this juvenile and how to get them back on track. So we've been doing this for years and to single out one mechanism over all the others that have been successful for four decades. 3 at one of the recent city council meetings a councilman says while diversion programs seem like they might be effective.... all the steps teens have to go through... coupled with potentially having to pay out money could be too much for some... and he thought civil citations are a better option. scott, the city council has been discussing a resolution to increase the number of civil citations. What's the status of that?