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Specialized Instructor Training Courses.  To retire the Laser Speed Measurement Device (LSMD) Transition Operators Course for Radar Operators effective 12/31/08.  To add the required hours for Crimes Against Children, Domestic Violence, and Violent Crime Investigator specialized training program courses.  To clarify existing rule language and update rule references.  To require a training center director to sign a student’s make-up work.  11B-35.002:  To delete redundant rule language. 11B-35.0021: To comply with nationally recognized organizations and remove the specific instructor levels for CMS First Aid Instructors who possess a valid CPR Instructor Certification from an entity referenced in Rule 64E-2.038, F.A.C.  11B-35.0023:  To remove the definition of “good standing.”  11B-35.003:  To update rule references.  11B-35.006: To require that form CJSTC-11 shall be completed for the Speed Measurement Course number 1158 and for the Laser Speed Measurement Operators Course for Law Enforcement Officers.  To allow a Speed Measurement Device Operator to instruct the practical exercises in the Speed Measurement Course while under the supervision of a certified Speed Measurement Instructor.  To add “reviewing the student’s course score to form CJSTC-67.  To move the inactive Advanced Training Program Courses from 11B-35.006 to Rule 11B-14.005(4), F.A.C.  To add new advanced training program courses.  To clarify existing rule language.  11B-35.009:  To clarify that an individual who receives an exemption from a basic recruit training program shall become employed four years from the date the individual demonstrated the required proficiency skills.  11B-35.006:

To revise the forms CJSTC-76 and CJSTC-76A (11B-35.009) to comply with the revision of Section 119.071, F.S., which has been revised to preclude an agency from requesting an individual’s full social security number unless a list of the documents or forms have been filed with the state.  

FEDERAL COMPARISON STATEMENT

There are no federal requirements dealing with this topic.

SUMMARY OF HEARING

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.

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