Information Systems Management, and Firearms Familiarization firearms.
(d) - (e) No change.
1. – 4. No change.
(4) No change.
(a) – (b) No change.
(5) Documentation requirements for out-of-state, federal, and inactive Florida Officers. Upon verification of an individual’s request for exemption of training, pursuant to this rule section, an employing agency or Criminal Justice Selection Center shall submit to Commission staff a completed Equivalency-of-Training, form CJSTC-76, revised November 8, 2007 May 6, 2004, hereby incorporated by reference, for out-of-state, federal, and inactive Florida Officers. Supporting documentation verifying the individual’s compliance with comparable basic recruit training and sworn criminal justice experience pursuant to this rule section shall be maintained on file by the employing agency or Criminal Justice Selection Center and submitted to Commission staff for review. The agency shall be notified of the approval or denial of the requested exemption of certification in writing within 30 working days. Any appeal of denial of exemption is governed by Section 120.57, F.S.
(6) High-Liability Basic Recruit Training proficiency skills requirements for out-of-state, federal, or inactive Florida officers. Prior to applying for certification, an out-of-state or federal officer, or inactive Florida officer, who is exempt from completing a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program, pursuant to Section 943.131(2), F.S., shall demonstrate proficiency in the required High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Proficiency Skills of vehicle operations, firearms, defensive tactics, and first aid, pursuant to Rule 11B-35.0024, F.A.C., for the discipline for which certification is sought. Such officers shall achieve a passing score on the State Officer Certification Examination, pursuant to paragraphs 11B-30.0062 and 11B-30.008(2)(c), F.A.C. Demonstration of proficiency in the required High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Proficiency Skills and passing the State Officer Certification Examination shall be completed within one year after receiving exemption. Upon demonstration of proficiency in the required High-Liability Basic Recruit Training Proficiency Skills, the training school shall complete an Equivalency-of-Training Proficiency Demonstration, form CJSTC-76A, revised November 8, 2007 May 5, 2005, hereby incorporated by reference, and provide a copy to the officer of both form CJSTC-76A and the Commission-approved Examination Admission Voucher, form CJSTC-517. The training center director or designee shall, within thirty days of course completion, electronically transmit a completed Training Report form CJSTC-67 through the Commission’s ATMS, or submit an updated form CJSTC-67.
(7) Individuals, who have qualified for an exemption from a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program, pursuant to this rule section, shall become employed within four years from of the beginning date the required proficiency demonstration as entered on the Training Report form CJSTC-67 the exemption from basic recruit training was approved.
(8) No change.
Specific Authority 943.03(4), 943.12(1), (2) FS. Law Implemented 943.131(2) FS. History–New 1-2-97, Amended 7-7-99, 11-5-02, 11-30-04, 3-27-06, 3-21-07.