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10.

Traffic Stops

CJK_0080

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Traffic Crash Investigations

CJK_0085

32.0

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Tactical Applications

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44.0*

*Instructors are authorized to facilitate instruction in a review format and place emphasis as needed.

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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 1-10-94, 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-35.0021 High-Liability Proficiency Courses for Basic Recruit Training and Instructor Training.  

(1) Basic Recruit High-Liability Training Courses:

(a) CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course.

(b) CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course.

(c) CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course.

(d) CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers Course.

(2) Instructor High-Liability Training Courses:

(a) Firearms Instructor Course.  (Retired June 30, 2004)

(a)(b) CMS Firearms Instructor Course.

(c) CMS Firearms Instructor Transition Course.

(d) Vehicle Operations Instructor Course.  (Retired June 30, 2004)

(b)(e) CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course.

(f) CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Transition Course.

(g) Defensive Tactics Instructor Course.  (Retired June 30, 2004)

(c)(h) CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Course.

(i) CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Transition Course.

(j) First Responder Instructor Course.  (Retired June 30, 2004)

(d)(k) CMS First Aid Instructor Course.

(l) CMS First Aid Instructor Transition Course.

(3) Applicants shall complete the training requirements set forth in subsection 11B-20.0014(2), F.A.C., to become certified by the Commission to instruct in the high-liability topics of firearms, vehicle operations, defensive tactics, and first aid.

(4) Instructor to student ratios for instruction of proficiency skills in High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses and instructor courses.

(a) For instruction of the CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course or, CMS Firearms Instructor Course, or CMS Firearms Instructor Transition Course, there shall be no more than six students actively engaged on a firearms range for each Commission-certified firearms instructor.  One rangemaster shall supervise all range activity while training is actively engaged.  The rangemaster shall be a Commission-certified firearms instructor and shall not be included as an instructor to comply with the instructor to student ratio requirements.  Discretionary course of fire shall be conducted with a one-to-one instructor to student ratio.  Actively engaged is defined as “a student on the firing range handling a weapon.”  

(b) For instruction of the CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course or, CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course, or CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Transition Course, there shall be at least one Commission-certified vehicle operations driving instructor for each vehicle actively engaged on a driving range.  One rangemaster shall supervise all range activity while training is actively engaged.  Actively engaged is defined as “a vehicle that is at the point between the start and end of an exercise.”  Returning from or being in route to a driving range or course shall not be considered as actively engaged.  

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