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the delivery specifications and the instructor requirements outlined in the modules.  The Commission exempts the training schools, academies, and colleges that participate in the CMS Field-Test pursuant to paragraph (9)(e) of this rule section, from the requirements of subsection 11B-35.001(7), F.A.C., General Training Programs; Requirements, and Specifications.  

(c)(d) Florida Correctional Probation SOCE.  Notwithstanding, subsection 11B-27.002(4), F.A.C., a basic recruit student who successfully completes the Florida Correctional Probation BRTP is eligible to apply for and take the Florida Correctional Probation SOCE pursuant to Rule 11B-30.0062, F.A.C.  Exemptions set forth in paragraph (9)(c) of this rule section shall not apply to courses in Commission-approved Traditional Basic Recruit Training Programs.

(d)(e) Notwithstanding subsection 11B-27.002(4), F.A.C., a basic recruit student enrolled in one of the following a Commission-approved Cross-Over Traditional Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Programs Program with a beginning date prior to April 1, 2008 July 1. 2004, shall be allowed to continue in the program until the student successfully completes, fails, or withdraws from the program.  

1. Cross-over from Traditional Correctional to CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program.  A basic recruit student who is unable to graduate from a Commission-approved Traditional Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program because of failure to achieve a passing score on the end-of-course examination(s), pursuant to subsection 11B-35.001(7), F.A.C., shall be granted a re-test for each course failed.  

2. Cross-over from Traditional Correctional Probation to CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program.  The re-examination provisions outlined for a basic recruit student in subsection (12) of this rule section shall not apply.

3. Cross-over from CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement to Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program.  A basic recruit student who meets the conditions stated in this rule section shall have successfully passed the end-of-course examination(s) by June 30, 2005.

4. Cross-over from Traditional Correctional to Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program.

(f) Students participating in the field-test of the CMS Application-Based Basic Recruit Training Program shall be students seeking Commission training for the purpose of applying to take the State Officer Certification Examination and for employment as a Florida law enforcement officer.  Selection of students shall be consistent with the individual agency, community college, or vocational technical school process for selection of students.  Students participating in the CMS Application-Based Basic Recruit Training Program shall successfully complete all activities contained within the lesson plans.  Students who successfully complete a CMS Application-Based Basic Recruit Training Program are eligible to apply for and take the CMS Application-Based State Officer Certification Examination pursuant to Rule 11B-30.0062, F.A.C.

(g) Notwithstanding subsection 11B-27.002(4), F.A.C., a basic recruit student enrolled in a Commission-approved Traditional Correctional to Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Cross-Over Training Program with a beginning date prior to April 1, 2005, shall be allowed to continue in the program until the student successfully completes, fails, or withdraws from the program.

1. A basic recruit student who is unable to graduate from a Commission-approved Traditional Correctional to Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Cross-Over Training Program because of failure to achieve a passing score on the end-of-course examination(s), pursuant to subsection 11B-35.001(7), F.A.C., shall be granted a re-test for each course failed.  

2. The re-examination provisions outlined for a basic recruit student in subsection (12) of this rule section shall not apply.

3. A basic recruit student who meets the conditions stated in this rule section shall have successfully passed the end-of-course examination(s) by March 31, 2006.  

(11)(10) Reporting requirements for Commission-approved Basic Recruit, Advanced, and Specialized Training Program Courses are as follows:

(a) The training center director or designee shall determine the beginning and ending dates of each Basic Recruit Training Program, and thirty days following the class starting date shall forward a Training Report, form CJSTC-67, revised November 8, 2007 May 5, 2005, hereby incorporated by reference, to Commission staff through the Commission’s Automated Training Management System (ATMS).  

(b) Following the completion of a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program, Advanced Training Program Course, or Instructor Training Course, the training center director or designee shall, within thirty days of the program or course completion date, electronically transmit a completed Training Report form CJSTC-67, or transmit an updated CJSTC-67 form through the Commission’s ATMS.  Submission of a Academy Physical Fitness Standards Report, form CJSTC-67A, created November 8, 2007, hereby incorporated by reference, is required for the Florida CMS Law Enforcement, Florida Correctional Probation, and Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Programs within thirty days of the course completion.  The following Specialized Training Program Courses shall be submitted to Commission staff through the Commission’s ATMS, by transmitting a completed form CJSTC-67 within thirty days of the course completion:`

1. Canine Team Training Course.

2. Laser Speed Measurement Device (LSMD) Transition Operators Course for Radar Operators.

3. Breath Test Operator Course.

4. Breath Test Operator Renewal Course.

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