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Correctional Probation Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program; there is no course.  To become certified as a Correctional Probation Auxiliary Officer, pursuant to subsection 11B-35.003(7), F.A.C., a basic recruit student shall complete the Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program, pursuant to paragraph (8)(c) of this rule section.

(2) Within four years of the beginning date of a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program, an individual shall successfully complete the program, achieve a passing score on the applicable State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE) pursuant to Rule 11B-30.0062, F.A.C., and gain employment as an officer.  An individual who is not employed as an officer in the discipline for which training was completed, within four years of the date of beginning such training, shall, as a condition for obtaining employment, comply with the following:

(a) Successfully complete the applicable Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program pursuant to Rule 11B-35.002, F.A.C.; and

(b) Achieve a passing score on the applicable State Officer Certification Examination pursuant to Rule 11B-30.0062, F.A.C.  

(3) Individuals enrolled in a Commission-approved Traditional Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program prior to July 1, 2004, shall be allowed to continue such training until they successfully complete, fail, or withdraw from the training program, and shall comply with subsection (2) of this rule section.  

(4) Each training school that offers a Commission-approved Traditional Basic Recruit Training Program, pursuant to paragraphs (1) (b), (c), (g) – (n) of this rule section, shall deliver all courses in the Traditional Basic Recruit Training Program.  A training school that complies with this requirement may also deliver any combination of Commission-approved Traditional Basic Recruit Training Program Courses, based upon agency need and student remediation.

(3)(5) Each training school that offers a Commission-approved the Commission’s CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program, pursuant to paragraph (1)(d) of this rule section, shall deliver all course materials included in the program.  Delivery and sequencing of the course materials shall comply with the requirements set forth in the Commission’s approved Basic Recruit Training CMS Curriculum.  

(4)(6) A basic recruit student shall successfully complete all courses in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program Courses to be eligible to take the applicable State Officer Certification Examination for the discipline.

(5)(7) High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses, pursuant to Rule 11B-35.0024, F.A.C., successfully completed at a training school, shall be transferable from one training school to another, or from one Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program to another, pursuant to Rule 11B-35.0023, F.A.C.  A  basic recruit student who requests transfer of successfully completed High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Course(s) shall have completed the high-liability training Courses from the Traditional Basic Recruit Training Program to the CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program, shall complete high-liability training designated as “CMS New” in the CMS High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Course for which the training is requested.  

(6)(8) Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Programs.  Pursuant to Section 943.12, F.S., Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Programs establish the minimum required entry-level training for law enforcement, correctional, and correctional probation officers.  Individuals who are requesting employment as an officer, and have not had previous basic recruit training or have not been certified as an officer in the discipline for which certification is sought, and have met the requirements of Sections 943.13(1)-(8) and (11), 943.14(7), and 943.17(1)(g), F.S., shall successfully complete a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program pursuant to this rule section.  The Commission’s Basic Recruit Training Programs are:  

(a) Traditional Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program number 002 (Retired June 30, 2004).  

(b) Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program course number 502:

Course Name

Course Number

Course Hours

1.

Criminal Justice Legal 1

CJD_770

46.0

2.

Criminal Justice Legal 2

CJD_771

22.0

3.

Criminal Justice Communications

CJD_772

42.0

4.

Interpersonal Skills 1

CJD_773

62.0

5.

Interpersonal Skills 2

CJD_750

50.0

6.5.

CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics

CJK_0051 0050

80.0

7.6.

CMS Criminal Justice Firearms

CJK_0040

80.0

8.7.

CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers

CJK_0031

40.0

8.

Interpersonal Skills 2

CJD_750

50.0

9.

Emergency Preparedness

CJD_741

26.0

10.

Correctional Operations

CJD_752

64.0

11.

Criminal Justice Officer Physical Fitness Training CMS Criminal Justice Special Topics, Module 15

CJK_0280 0095

40.0 20.0

Total

552.0 532.0

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