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1. An instructor student shall complete the CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Course or the CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Transition Course, pursuant to Rule 11B-20.0014, F.A.C., to instruct the following courses:  The CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program or the CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Course, or the CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Transition Course.  

2. A defensive tactics instructor student shall demonstrate the required Defensive Tactics High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100% for all proficiency skills, with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-6 CMS form, and shall demonstrate the required Defensive Tactics High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100% for all proficiency skills.

a. CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Course.  An instructor student shall demonstrate the required Defensive Tactics High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100% for all proficiency skills.

b. CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Transition Course.  An instructor student shall demonstrate the required Defensive Tactics High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100% for all proficiency skills designated as “New” in the course and on form CJSTC-6 CMS.

(c) CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course.

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

2. A basic recruit student shall demonstrate the required Firearms High-Liability Proficiency Skills, using the B-21 E Target or equivalent, at 80% or higher using a handgun (revolver or semi-automatic pistol for both daylight and night) and a long gun (shotgun or semiautomatic rifle/carbine)., The with the results shall be recorded on the required CMS Firearms Performance Evaluation form CJSTC-4 CMS, revised November 8, 2007 May 5, 2005, hereby incorporated by reference.  The B-21E target is commercially available through retailers.

3. A basic recruit student shall complete instruction on the handling of a long gun (shotgun or rifle) and shall fire the long gun as prescribed in the course curriculum.  There are no proficiency requirements for the long gun.  

(d) CMS Firearms Instructor Courses

1. An instructor student shall complete the CMS Firearms Instructor Course pursuant to Rule 11B-20.0014, F.A.C., to instruct the following courses:  The CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program, or the CMS Firearms Instructor Course or the CMS Firearms Instructor Transition Course.  

2. A firearms instructor student shall demonstrate the required Firearms High-Liability Proficiency Skills, at 80% or higher using a handgun (revolver or semi-automatic pistol) and a long gun (shotgun or semiautomatic rifle/carbine) for daylight and night for all proficiency skills, with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-4 CMS form.  

a. CMS Firearms Instructor Course.  An instructor student shall demonstrate the required Firearms High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 80% or higher using a handgun (revolver or semi-automatic pistol for daylight or night).  There are no proficiency skills requirements for the long gun.

b. CMS Firearms Instructor Transition Course.  There are no required proficiency skills  requirements for the handgun or long gun.

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

1. The CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program.

2. A basic recruit student shall demonstrate the required First Aid High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100% with the results recorded on the required CMS First Aid Performance Evaluation, form CJSTC-5 CMS, revised November 8, 2007 August 3, 2006, hereby incorporated by reference.

(f) CMS First Aid Instructor Courses.  

1. An instructor student shall complete the CMS First Aid Instructor Course or the CMS First Aid Instructor Transition Course, pursuant to Rule 11B-20.0014, F.A.C., to instruct the following courses:  The CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers Course in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program, or the CMS First Aid Instructor Course or the CMS First Aid Instructor Transition Course.  

2. An instructor student shall demonstrate the required First Aid High-Liability Proficiency Skills, at 100% for all proficiency skills, with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-5 CMS form.  

a. CMS First Aid Instructor Course.  An instructor student shall demonstrate the required First Aid High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100% for all proficiency skills.

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