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a.

Correctional Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Introduction and legal

TBA

47.0

b.

Correctional Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Communications

TBA

56.0

c.

Correctional Cross-Over to Law Enforcement Human Issues

TBA

32.0

d.

Patrol I

CJK_0061

58.0

e.

Patrol II

CJK_0062

40.0

f.

Crime Scene Investigations

CJK_0076

24.0

g.

Criminal Investigations

CJK_0071

56.0

h.

Traffic Stops

CJK_0081

48.0

i.

Traffic Crash Investigations

CJK_0086

32.0

j.

CMS Criminal Justice Vehicle Operations

CJK_0020

48.0

k.

Dart-Firing Stun Gun

CJK_0422

8.0

l.

CMS Criminal Justice Firearms

CJK_0040

80.0

Total

529.0

(e) Correctional Cross-Over Basic Recruit Training Programs.

1. CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 1155 (Retired March 31, 2008).  

2. Traditional Correctional Probation Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 556 (Retired March 31, 2008).  

3. Law Enforcement Officer Cross-Over Training to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 1181 (Effective April 1, 2008).  An individual who has successfully completed the Law Enforcement Officer Basic Recruit Training Program and passed the SOCE, shall complete the following courses to satisfy the training requirements to become a correctional officer:  

Course Name

Course Number

Course Hours

a.

Law Enforcement Cross-Over to Correctional Introduction

CJK_TBA

59.0

b.

Interpersonal Skills 2

CJD_750

50.0

c.

Emergency Preparedness

CJD_741

26.0

d.

Correctional Operations

CJD_752

64.0

Total

199.0

4. Correctional Probation Officer Cross-Over Training to Traditional Correctional Basic Recruit Training Program number 1182 (Effective April 1, 2008).  An individual who has successfully completed the Law Enforcement Officer Basic Recruit Training Program and passed the SOCE, shall complete the following courses to satisfy the training requirements to become a correctional officer:  

Course Name

Course Number

Course Hours

a.

Correctional Probation Cross-Over to Correctional Legal and Communications

CJK_TBA

16.0

b.

Correctional Probation Cross-Over to Correctional Interpersonal Skills 1

CJK_TBA

35.0

c.

Correctional Probation Cross-Over to Correctional Interpersonal Skills 2

CJK_TBA

35.0

d.

Emergency Preparedness

CJD_741

26.0

e.

Correctional Operations

CJD_752

64.0

f.

CMS Criminal Justice Firearms

CJK_0040

80.0

Total

256.0

(f) Correctional Probation Cross-Over Basic Recruit Training Programs.

1. Traditional Correctional Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program number 667 (Retired March 31, 2008).  

2. CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Cross-Over to Traditional Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program Number 1156 (Retired March 31, 2008).  

3. Law Enforcement Officer Cross-Over Training to Florida Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program number 1184 (Effective April 1, 2008).  An individual who has successfully completed the Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program and passed the SOCE, shall complete the following courses to satisfy the training requirements to become a correctional probation officer:  

Course Name

Course Number

Course Hours

a.

Law Enforcement Cross-Over to Correctional Probation Legal and Investigations

CJK_TBA

18.0

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