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3. Instructor applicants who are not Traditional First Responder Instructors shall complete the CMS First Aid Instructor Course and complete a high-liability internship supervised by the training center director, agency administrator, or designee, which has been documented on form CJSTC-81A.

(3) Specialized Topics Instructor Certifications.  To obtain certification to instruct in specialized topics, the instructor applicant shall meet the following requirements for each specialized topic requested:

(a) Law Topics Instructor Certification.  Individuals who request certification to instruct legal topics as outlined in subparagraphs (3)(a)6. - 8. of this rule section shall comply with the following requirements to obtain Law Topics Instructor Certification:  Individuals shall comply with the following requirements to obtain a Law Topics Instructor Certification:  Possess six months of criminal justice experience, possess a minimum of fifteen semester hours of college credit law courses to include constitutional law and criminal law with a grade of “C” or above, or a juris doctorate.  

1. Possess a General Instructor Certification or be eligible for General Instructor Certification and apply for General Instructor Certification at the same time the instructor requests a Law Topics Instructor Certification; and

2. Possess three years of criminal justice experience and a minimum of fifteen semester hours of college law courses, to include both a constitutional law course and a criminal law course with a grade of “C” or above from an accredited college or university; or

3. Possess a juris doctorate from an accredited college or university defined in Section 943.22, F.S.

4. The instructor applicant shall be supervised by and have his or her instructional abilities evaluated by a certified instructor and shall complete the Instructor Competency Checklist form CJSTC-81.  The instructor applicant shall demonstrate the applicable competencies listed on form CJSTC-81, which shall be maintained in the instructor’s file at the training school or agency.

5. The instructor applicant shall be evaluated by his or her students.  Student evaluations shall be reviewed with the instructor applicant by a training center director, agency administrator, or an instructor designated by the training center director or agency administrator, and documented on CJSTC-81.

6.1. Correctional Officer Basic Recruit Training Programs.  An instructor is required to possess a Law Topics Instructor certification to teach in the topics A Law Topics Instructor is required to instruct in the law topics of Arrest Laws, Attempt, Conspiracy and Solicitation, Burden of Proof, Civil and Criminal Liability, Classification of Offenses, Constitutional Law, Constitutional Law Overview, Court Rules and Trial Procedures, Court Structure, Elements of a Crime, Evidence Concepts, Evidence Rules, Intent, Legal Defense, Legal Show-up, Legal Line-up, Parties to a Crime, Probable Cause, Search and Seizure Concepts, Stop and Frisk Laws, and Use of Force, in the following basic recruit training programs:

a. Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 502.

b. Traditional Correctional Probation Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 556 (Retired 3/31/08).

c. CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 1155 (Retired 3/31/08).

d. Law Enforcement Officer Cross-Over Training to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 1181 (Effective 4/1/08).

e. Correctional Probation Officer Cross-Over Training to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 1182 (Effective 4/1/08).

f. Correctional Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program number 501 (Effective 1/1/97).

b. Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program.

c. CMS Law Enforcement to Correctional Basic Recruit Cross-Over Training Program.

d. CMS Law Enforcement to Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Cross-Over Training Program.

e. Traditional Correctional to Correction Probation Basic Recruit Cross-Over Training Program. Correctional Basic Recruit Cross-Over Training Program.

f. Traditional Correctional Probation to Correctional Basic Recruit Cross-Over Training Program.

g. Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program.

h. Correctional Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program.

i. Correctional Probation Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program.

7. Correctional Probation Officer Basic Recruit Training Programs.  An instructor is required to possess a Law Topics Instructor Certification to teach the topics of Constitutional Law, Probable Cause, Parties to a Crime, Civil and Criminal Liability, Classification of Offenses, Court Rules and Trial Procedures, Courtroom Demeanor and Testimony, and Use-of-Force in the following basic recruit training programs.

a. Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program number 1176 (Effective 4/1/08).

b. Traditional Correctional Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program number 667 (Retired 3/31/08).

c. CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program number 1156 (Retired 3/31/08).

d. Correctional Officer Cross-Over Training to Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program number 1183 (Effective 4/1/08).

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