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form CJSTC-67 to Commission staff.  The training school submitting form CJSTC-67, may require the student to demonstrate the required high-liability proficiency skills in a High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Course(s) not completed at that school, pursuant to subsection 11B-35.0024(1), F.A.C.  The training school submitting form CJSTC-67 shall provide the student with written evidence of the student's successful completion of the Basic Recruit Training Program.

(5) Each training school shall establish written criteria that specify the conditions that constitute leaving a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program in “good standing.”  For this purpose, “good standing” is defined as a student being eligible to continue at the previous training school without any special considerations.  The written criteria shall be made available to students and Commission staff.

(5)(6) Nothing in this rule section shall be construed to prevent a training school from admitting a student for the limited purpose of completing a course(s) required for completion of a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program at another training school where the student is enrolled.  However, if a student began the Commission’s CMS Application-Based Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program, the student shall continue in the same program.  If the student began a Commission-approved Traditional Basic Recruit Training Program, the student shall continue in the same program.

Specific Authority 943.03(4), 943.12(1), (2) FS.  Law Implemented 943.17 FS.  History–New 12-13-92, Amended 1-2-97, 7-7-99, 8-22-00, 7-29-01, 11-5-02, 11-30-04,.

11B-35.0024 Student Performance in Commission-approved High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses and High-Liability Instructor Training Courses.

(1) Students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program and a High-Liability Instructor Training Course, shall qualify through demonstration of proficiency skill(s) in the applicable High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses and instructor courses high-liability proficiency skill(s), and a written examination.  

(2)(a) A basic recruit student shall be given the opportunity for one additional attempt at the required demonstration of high-liability proficiency skill(s), or one re-examination of required cognitive knowledge in each of the four high-liability topics of firearms, vehicle operations, defensive tactics, and first aid.  A basic recruit student, who has failed to successfully demonstrate the cognitive knowledge or the required demonstration of the high-liability proficiency skill(s) after a second attempt, shall be deemed to have failed the High-Liability Training Course.  

(b) An instructor student shall successfully demonstrate cognitive knowledge and proficiency skill(s) during the initial qualification.  An instructor student, who has failed to successfully demonstrate the cognitive knowledge or the high-liability proficiency skill(s) during the first attempt, shall be deemed to have failed the High-Liability Instructor Training Course.  An instructor student who has failed a cognitive end-of-course examination of the high-liability proficiency skill(s) during the first attempt, shall be granted a re-examination by the training center director if:

1. There is technical difficulty in the administration of the test, such as a power failure or evacuation of the building.  

2. A condition of the student adversely impacts the student’s ability to achieve a passing score on an end-of-course examination.  A condition of the student that adversely impacts the student’s ability could include illness or death of a family member.  

3. The end-of-course testing instrument is determined to be invalid by the training school.

(3) Completion of a high-liability course and demonstration of proficiency in the high-liability topics is required for each of the following courses:  CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course, CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Courses, CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course, CMS Firearms Instructor Courses, CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course, CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Courses, CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers Course, and CMS First Aid Instructor Courses.  

(a) CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course.  

1. The CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program.  

2. A basic recruit student shall demonstrate at 100% proficiency, defensive tactics skills taught by a training school, with the results recorded on the required CMS Defensive Tactics Performance Evaluation, form CJSTC-6 CMS, revised November 8, 2007 created May 6, 2004, hereby incorporated by reference.  

3. A basic recruit student shall be subject to chemical agent contamination as described in the CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course.  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.  This form verifies that there are no known medical conditions that would prevent a student from participating in chemical agent contamination.  A student who has provided the training school with documentation of prior chemical agent exposure that includes chemical agent contamination and working through the effects of chemical agent contamination in a training environment, shall be exempt from this requirement.  The CMS Defensive Tactics Chemical Agent Exposure Training Evaluation, form CJSTC-6A CMS, created May 6, 2004, hereby incorporated by reference, is not a mandated evaluation form and shall only be completed if applicable.

(b) CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Courses.  

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