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b. CMS First Aid Instructor Transition Course.  An instructor student shall demonstrate the required First Aid High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100% for all proficiency skills designated as “New” in the course, and on the required CJSTC-5 CMS form.  

(g) CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course.

1. The CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program.  

2. A basic recruit student shall demonstrate the required Vehicle Operations High-Liability Proficiency Skills with four out of five runs (80%) for each exercise, with the results recorded on the required CMS Vehicle Operations Performance Evaluation, form CJSTC-7 CMS, revised November 8, 2007 August 3, 2006, hereby incorporated by reference.

(h) CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Courses.

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

2. An instructor student shall demonstrate the required Vehicle Operations High-Liability Proficiency Skills with four out of five runs (80%) for each exercise with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-7 CMS form.  

a. CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course.  An instructor student shall demonstrate the required Vehicle Operations High-Liability Proficiency Skills with four out of five runs (80%) for each exercise.

b. CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Transition Course.  An instructor student shall drive the course for the “New” vehicle operation techniques.

Specific Authority 943.03(4), 943.12(1), (2) FS.  Law Implemented 943.12, 943.17 FS.  History–New 2-17-93, Amended 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-35.003 Basic Recruit Training Programs for Law Enforcement, Correctional, and Correctional Probation Auxiliary Training.

(1) Commission-approved Auxiliary Basic Recruit Training Programs are created to train applicants for employment or appointment by criminal justice agencies, with or without compensation, to assist or aid full-time or part-time officers.  

(2) To become certified as an auxiliary officer, an applicant shall meet the requirements outlined in Sections 943.13(1) – (9), and (11), 943.14(7)(8), and 943.17(1)(g), F.S., successfully complete the Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program requirements outlined in this rule section, complete the applicable Commission-approved CMS High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses for vehicle operations, defensive tactics, and firearms, and shall be taught by a Commission-certified high-liability instructor at a training school or agency.

(3) A training school shall submit form CJSTC-67 to Commission staff upon an individual’s successful completion of a CMS Law Enforcement or Correctional Auxiliary Officer Prerequisite Course.  The training school or agency shall document the student’s successful completion of the applicable High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses, pursuant to subsection 11B-35.0024(3), F.A.C.  Regardless of where the High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Course is completed, the employing agency shall maintain the training documentation in the officer’s file.  

(4) Commission-approved High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Courses instructed at a Commission-certified training school shall be recognized by the Commission for applicants requesting certification as a law enforcement, correctional, or correctional probation officer, if the applicant has maintained active employment within a discipline as an auxiliary officer, or has completed training within the past four years pursuant to subsection 11B-35.002(2), F.A.C.  Recognition of completed high-liability courses shall comply with subsection 11B-35.002(5)(7), F.A.C.  

(5) CMS Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officer Basic Recruit Training Program effective April 1, 2008 (Course Number 1180).  .  

(a)

CMS Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officer Prerequisite Course

Course Number

Course Hours

1.

Law Enforcement Auxiliary Introduction

CJK_TBA

27.0

2.

Law Enforcement Auxiliary Patrol and Traffic

CJK_TBA

19.0

3.

Law Enforcement Auxiliary Investigations

CJK_TBA

17.0

4.

Dart-Firing Stun Gun

CJK_0422

8.0

5.

CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers

CJK_0031

40.0

CMS Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officer Prerequisite Course

Sub-total

109.0

(b)

CMS Criminal Justice Firearms

This course shall be taught by a Commission-certified high-liability instructor at a training school or agency.

CJK_0040

80.0

(c)

CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics

This course shall be taught by a Commission-certified high-liability instructor at a training school or agency.

CJK_0051

80.0

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