for processing a student’s request for a re-examination as set forth in subsection (13)(12) of this rule section. Training school procedures for processing student requests for re-examination shall be documented and maintained on file at the training school for review by Commission staff and the student.
(15) Basic Recruit Student Physical Fitness Program.
(a) Commission-certified training schools are responsible for developing a Physical Fitness Program and shall provide a copy to Commission staff. The Physical Fitness Program shall be designed to improve the student’s overall physical fitness, improve the student’s performance on the second physical fitness test, and provide a foundation for lifelong fitness.
(b) Prior to beginning a Florida CMS Law Enforcement, Traditional Correctional, or Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program, a student shall complete the Physical Fitness Assessment, form CJSTC-75B,
(c) A student shall complete the Physical Fitness Program to successfully complete a Basic Recruit training Program. The student shall complete the physical fitness test within the first two weeks of beginning a basic recruit training program and complete a second physical fitness test within the final two weeks of the basic recruit training program.
(16)(14) Proof of course completion. The training center director shall, within thirty days following the completion of a Commission-approved Basic Recruit, Advanced, or Specialized Training Program Course, provide to a student who has successfully completed the program, a certificate, which shall contain at a minimum, the name of the training school, the student’s name, the dates of the program or course, the number of program or course contact hours, the title of the Basic Recruit, Advanced, or Specialized Training Program Course, and the current training center director’s signature. Basic Recruit Training Completion Certificates shall contain the Curriculum Version Number for the course taught. In addition to a certificate, the training school shall provide to a student, who has successfully completed a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program and will be required to pass the State Officer Certification Examination, an Examination Admission Voucher form CJSTC-517, revised November 8, 2007 August 3, 2006, hereby incorporated by reference.
(17)(15) All forms referenced in this rule chapter may be obtained on the following web site: , or by contacting the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Professionalism Program, Post Office Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida 32302, Attention: Bureau of Standards, Forms Liaison.
Specific Authority 943.03(4), 943.12(1), (2), 943.17 FS. Law Implemented 943.12, 943.17 FS. History–New 12-13-92, Amended 8-7-94, 1-2-97, 7-7-99, 8-22-00, 7-29-01, 11-5-02, 11-30-04, 3-27-06, 3-21-07.
11B-35.0011 Basic Abilities Requirements for Applicant Admission into a Law Enforcement, Correctional, and Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program.
To comply with Section 943.17(1)(g), F.S., applicants who apply for entry into a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program after January 1, 2002, shall obtain a passing score on a Basic Abilities Test (BAT) for law enforcement, correctional, or correctional probation disciplines, prior to entering a program.
(1) The applicant shall not take the Basic Abilities Test (BAT) more than three total times in each discipline during any twelve-month period; any subsequent results in each discipline within the twelve-month period will be invalid.
(a) Any entity at which an applicant may take a BAT shall verify each applicant’s eligibility to ensure that the applicant has not taken the BAT in the same discipline more than two times within the past twelve months.
(b) Entities that discover that an applicant has already taken the BAT three times in one discipline within the preceding twelve months shall deny the applicant access to the BAT for that discipline until the applicant is again eligible.
(2) BAT providers shall restrict access to the BAT to those applicants who produce valid photo identification pursuant to subsection 11B-30.008(2)(a), F.A.C. Providers shall validate the name, date of birth, gender, and social security number of each applicant to ensure that the information given by the applicant is consistent with the applicant’s driver license and social security record.
(3) The applicant shall not engage in conduct that subverts or attempts to subvert the BAT process. Conduct that subverts or attempts to subvert the BAT process includes:
(a) Removing BAT materials from the examination room.
(b) Reproducing or reconstructing any portion of the BAT.
(c) Aiding by any means in the reproduction of any portion of the BAT.
(d) Selling, distributing, buying, receiving, or having unauthorized possession of any portion of a past, current, or future BAT.
(e) Revealing test questions or other information that would compromise the integrity of the BAT.
(f) Possession of altered BAT official documents including student performance reports.
(4) The applicant shall not violate the standards of the BAT test administration. Violations of test administration include:
(a) Communication with any other applicant during the administration of the BAT.
(b) Copying answers from another applicant or intentionally allowing one's answers to be copied by another applicant during the administration of the BAT.