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experience for instructor certification.  To require student evaluation of an instructor.  To update the law topics in the Commission’s Basic Recruit Training Programs.  11B-20.0016:  To update the instructor certification topics.  11B-20.0017: To revise the names of the general and high-liability instructor certifications.  New Fingerprint Process.  To revise form CJSTC-67 to comply with the revision of Section 943.13(5), F.S., for processing an officer’s fingerprints for employment or appointment.  

To revise the following forms to comply with the revision of Section 119.071, F.S., which precludes an agency from requesting an individual’s full social security number unless a list of the documents or forms are filed with the state:  11B-20.001:  CJSTC-71, CJSTC-61, CJSTC-81; 11B-20.0016:  CJSTC-271; 11B-20.0017:  CJSTC-84; 11B-20.0014:  CJSTC-10.  

To Clarify and restructure existing rule language to comply with the Governor’s plain language policy:  11B-20.001:  To create a new rule paragraph for “instructor separation from affiliation.”  To create a new rule paragraph for equivalent instructor training.  To update the required instructor competencies and internship requirements by creating a new rule paragraph for instructor exemption from the Instructor Techniques Courses.  To create a new rule paragraph for Exemption from General Instructor Certification.  11B-20.0012:  To create a new paragraph for disciplinary guidelines and penalties to impose on Commission-certified instructors for violation of statute or Commission rules.  11B-20.0014:  To create new rule paragraphs for high-liability instructor certifications for vehicle, firearms, defensive tactics, first aid, specialized instructor certifications for law topics, speed measurement, canine, and breath test.  11B-20.0017:  To create a new rule paragraph for “lapse of instructor certifications” and to clarify the period for maintaining an instructor certification.  

FEDERAL COMPARISON STATEMENT

There are no federal requirements dealing with this topic.

SUMMARY OF HEARING

The proposed rules were noticed in the Florida Administrative Weekly on February 27, 2008 for a hearing to be held on April 2, 2008 if requested.

FDLE received no requests for a public hearing and no written comments were submitted.

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