STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
Chapter 11B-21, FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE
AMENDING RULES 11B-21.002, 11B-21.005, 11B-21.018, and 11B-21.019, F.A.C.
cERTIFICATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING SCHOOLS
Commission forms and requirements for certification and recertification of criminal justice training schools.
Pursuant to Section 943.12(1), F.S., to develop rules for the implementation of Section 943.085, F.S., which requires establishment, implementation and evaluation of criminal justice training for law enforcement, correctional, and correctional probation officers. The following revisions were made to implement the new Florida CMS Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program: To update the instructor to student ratio requirements and/or equipment to ratio requirements and update items in the first aid kit on the equipment and facility requirement forms CJSTC-202; CJSTC-203; CJSTC-201; and CJSTC-208.
To comply with Section 120.74, F.S., which requires agencies to revise its rules as often as necessary to ensure compliance with Florida Statutes. To revise the instructor staffing requirements for training schools with a Type “B” or “C” certification to allow training schools to have a least one full-time instructor or instructor coordinator that will report solely to the training center director. To increase the years from two to four for maintaining a valid Basic Abilities Test. To update rule references.
To revise form CJSTC-200 to comply with the revision of Section 119.071, F.S., which precludes an agency from requesting an individual’s full social security number unless a list of the documents or forms are filed with the state:
There are no federal requirements dealing with this topic.
The proposed rules were noticed in the Florida Administrative Weekly on February 27, 2008 for a hearing to be held on April 2, 2008 if requested.
FDLE received no requests for a public hearing and no written comments were submitted.