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e. Law Enforcement Officer Cross-Over Training to Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program number 1184 (Effective 4/1/08).

8.7. Law Enforcement Officer Basic Recruit Training Programs.  Individuals who possess a Law Topics Instructor Certification are authorized eligible to instruct in the law topics of Introduction to Law, Legal Concepts, and Substantive Criminal Law Criminal Justice Systems of Florida, Constitutional Law, and Introduction of Florida Statutes in the following basic recruit training programs:

a. Florida CMS Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program number 1177 (Effective 4/1/08).

b. Traditional Correctional Cross-Over to CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement number 1143 (Retired 3/31/08).

c. Traditional Correctional Probation Cross-Over to CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement number 1157 (Retired 3/31/08).

d. Correctional Officer Cross-Over Training to Florida CMS Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program number 1178 (Effective 4/1/08).  

e. Correctional Probation Officer Cross-Over Training to Florida CMS Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program number 1179 (Effective 4/1/08).  

f. Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program number 211 (Retired 3/31/08).

g. CMS Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program number 1180 (Effective 4/1/08).

a. CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program.

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

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

(b) Speed Measurement Instructor Certification Certifications.  To be certified to instruct speed measurement training courses an instructor applicant shall: is required to complete the following training:

1. Possess a General Instructor Certification or be eligible for General Instructor Certification and apply for General Instructor Certification at the same time the applicant is requesting Speed Measurement Instructor Certification; and Radar Instructor Certification.  An instructor applicant shall successfully complete the Radar Speed Measurement Instructor Course for Law Enforcement Officers at a training school, with the results recorded on a Laser and Radar Speed Measurement Device Instructor Field Evaluation, form CJSTC-10, revised May 5, 2005, hereby incorporated by reference.

2. Possess three years experience as a speed measurement device operator; and

3.2. Successfully Laser and Radar Instructor Certification.  An instructor applicant shall successfully complete at a training school, the Laser and Radar Speed Measurement Instructor Course for Law Enforcement Officers, course 1159 or the Radar Speed Measurement Instructor Course for Law Enforcement Officers, course 1108, retired December 31, 2006, and the Laser Speed Measurement Device (LSMD) Instructor Transition Course for Radar Instructors, course 1109, to be retired December 31, 2008; and, with the results recorded on a Laser and Radar Speed Measurement Device Instructor Field Evaluation, form CJSTC-10.  

4. Complete the Speed Measurement Device Instructor Field Evaluation, form CJSTC-10, revised November 8, 2007, hereby incorporated by reference.  

5. The instructor applicant shall be supervised by and have his or her instructional abilities evaluated by a certified speed measurement 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.

6. 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.

(c) Canine Team Instructor Certification.  An instructor applicant shall:  An instructor applicant shall successfully complete the Canine Team Instructor Course through a training school and complete an internship documented on a Competency Checklist form CJSTC-81.  As part of the required internship, an instructor applicant shall instruct any “course unit” of the Canine Team Training Course or Canine Team Instructor Course.  An instructor applicant who applies for a Canine Team Instructor Certification shall be required to possess the following minimum training and experience:

1. Possess a General Instructor Certification or be eligible for General Instructor Certification and apply for a General Instructor Certification at the same time the applicant is requesting Canine Team Instructor Certification.

2.1. Possess a A minimum of three years criminal justice canine team experience documented in the instructor applicant’s file at the training school or agency.

3.2. Successful completion of the Commission-approved Canine Team Training Course or an equivalent course pursuant to subsection 11B-27.013(4), F.A.C.

4. Successfully complete the Canine Team Instructor Course through a training school.

5. Complete an internship documented on a Competency Checklist form CJSTC-81.  As part of the required internship, an instructor applicant shall instruct any topic of the Canine Team Training Course or Canine Team Instructor course and shall be evaluated by a certified canine team instructor.  

6. 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.

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