(c) Having in one's possession during the administration of the BAT, any books, notes, written, or printed materials or data of any kind.
(d) Failing to comply with the BAT administrator’s instructions.
(5) The applicant shall not violate the applicant identification process. Conduct that violates the applicant identification process is as follows:
(a) Falsifying or misrepresenting information required for admission to the BAT.
(b) Impersonating an applicant.
(c) Having an impersonator take the BAT on one's behalf.
(d) Disrupting the test administration.
(6) Any violation of the provisions of this rule section shall be documented in writing and submitted to Commission staff within seven days to the address set forth in subsection 11B-35.001(15), F.A.C.
(7) When the Commission finds that an applicant has committed an act that violates subsections (2) – (5) of this rule section, the Commission shall impose one or more of the following sanctions:
(a) Declare the applicant has failed the BAT;
(b) Require the applicant to forfeit the application fee;
(c) Declare the applicant ineligible to apply to take the BAT in any discipline for a period of five years;
(d) Deny certification by the Commission pursuant to Rule 11B-27.007, F.A.C.;
5.(e) Take action against any currently held Commission certification pursuant to sections 11B-27.0011 and 11B-27.005(5), F.A.C.
(8) A passing score on a Commission-approved Basic Abilities Test is valid two years from the date of the test.
(9) Requests for accommodations pursuant to the American with Disabilities Act shall be governed by subsection 11B-30.0071(4), F.A.C. Determinations as to eligibility for accommodations shall be made by the individual BAT providers on a case-by-case basis.
Specific Authority 943.03(4), 943.12(1), (2) FS. Law Implemented 943.17 FS. History–New 7-29-01. Amended 11-5-02, 11-30-04, 3-21-07.
11B-35.002 Basic Recruit Training Programs for Law Enforcement, Correctional, and Correctional Probation.
(1) There are established by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission, Basic Recruit Training Programs (BRTP) that provide the minimum required knowledge and proficiency skills necessary for officer employment and certification pursuant to Sections 943.10(1) - (3), F.S. Individuals who apply for employment as a Florida law enforcement, correctional, or correctional probation officer, shall successfully complete one of the following Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Programs:
Law Enforcement Discipline
Basic Recruit Training Programs
Traditional Law Enforcement BRTP
CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement BRTP
Florida CMS Law Enforcement BRTP
Traditional Correctional Cross-Over to Traditional Law Enforcement BRTP
Traditional Correctional Cross-Over to CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement BRTP
Correctional Officer Cross-Over Training to Florida CMS Law Enforcement BRTP
Traditional Correctional Probation Cross-Over to Traditional Law Enforcement BRTP
Traditional Correctional Probation Cross-Over to CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement BRTP
Correctional Probation Officer Cross-Over Training to