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2. 3.

1113

Laser Speed Measurement Device (LSMD) Transition Operators Course for Radar Operators (To be retired 12/31/08)

12

3. 4.

1132

Parking Enforcement Specialist for Civilians

16

4. 5.

1133

Selective Traffic Enforcement Program for Civilians

80

5. 6.

732

Traffic Control Officer for Civilians

8

6. 7.

851

Breath Test Operator Course

24

7. 8.

951

Breath Test Operator Renewal Course

6

8. 9.

850

Agency Inspector Course

24

9. 10.

950

Agency Inspector Renewal Course

6

10. 11.

1134

Criminal Justice Officer Ethics Course

8

11 12.

1135

Crimes Against Children

24 Open

12. 13.

1136

Domestic Violence

8 Open

13. 14.

1137

Violent Crime Investigator Training Course

40 Open

(e) End-of-course examinations shall be developed and administered for each course in the Traditional Basic Recruit Training Programs and shall include the objectives in each course.  End-of-course examinations shall be developed and administered for each course in the CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program from the objectives outlined in the CMS Test Specifications.  

(8) The “CMS” designation shall be utilized in conjunction with the titles of training identified in this rule chapter.  The “CMS” designation shall identify programs and courses that have been developed using application-based delivery techniques, and courses developed to teach the instructional philosophy of the CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program for training schools, agencies, instructors, and students.

(10)(9) Implementation of the Florida CMS Law Enforcement and Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Programs.  The Commission is preparing a significant update to the Commission-approved Law Enforcement and Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Programs.  These programs and courses are based on a statewide job-task analysis of the criminal justice disciplines and provide an enhanced learning environment.  Field-test of the CMS Application-Based Basic Recruit Training Program.  The Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission is currently developing and evaluating the CMS Application-Based Basic Recruit Training Programs for use as a basic recruit training program for criminal justice officers.  These programs are based on a statewide job-task analysis of each of the criminal justice disciplines, and provide an enhanced learning environment for the student, through lesson plans provided for each module, and ensure a “standardized delivery” of statewide training curricula.  A CMS Field-Test utilizing a classroom environment with student participation is necessary to evaluate the program before certain course criteria can be established and final rules adopted.  To accomplish these goals:

(a) Finalization and field delivery of these course materials are necessary to evaluate the programs before certain course criteria can be established and final rules adopted.  To accomplish these goals the Commission:  The Commission authorizes field-testing of the CMS Application-Based Basic Recruit Training Programs effective June 2001.

1. Authorizes implementation of the Florida CMS Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program effective April 1, 2008.

2. Authorizes implementation of the Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program effective September 1, 2007.  

3. Approves implementation of the updated Commission-approved high-liability training courses for Defensive Tactics, Firearms, Vehicle Operations, and First Aid, to include updated curricula, student performance requirements, and student performance evaluation forms.

4. Approves the implementation of updated Commission-approved high-liability instructor training courses for Defensive Tactics, Firearms, Vehicle Operations, and First Aid, to include updated curricula, instructor student performance requirements, and instructor student performance evaluation forms.

5. Approves the continued delivery of the CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program.  Notwithstanding subsection 11B-27.002(4), F.A.C., a basic recruit student enrolled in a Commission-approved CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program, with a beginning date prior to April 1, 2008, shall be allowed to continue in that program until the student successfully completes, fails, or withdraws from the program.  

6. Approves continued delivery of the Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program.  Notwithstanding subsection 11B-27.002(4), F.A.C., a basic recruit student enrolled in a Commission-approved Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program with a beginning date prior to September 1, 2007, shall be allowed to continue in the program until the student successfully completes, fails, or withdraws from the program.

(b) The Commission approves the CMS Field-Test as a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program during the field-test period.

(b)(c) Florida CMS Law Enforcement SOCE.  Notwithstanding, subsection 11B-27.002(4), F.A.C., a basic recruit student, who successfully completes the Florida CMS Law Enforcement BRTP is eligible to apply for and take the Florida CMS Law Enforcement SOCE pursuant to Rule 11B-30.0062, F.A.C.  Specific conditions for instructor certification and delivery of the CMS Curricula are established consistent with the completed modules.  Training schools shall adhere to

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