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


Effective on Wednesday, July 19, 2017
  • 1(1) Students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program, Instructor Training Courses, 14or Specialized or Advanced Training Course 20shall qualify through demonstration of proficiency skill(s) in the applicable course(s) and pass a written end-of-course examination.

    37(2)(a) A basic recruit student shall be given the opportunity for one additional attempt at the required demonstration of proficiency skill(s), or one re-examination of required written end-of-course examination in DUI Traffic Stops and each of the four high-liability topics of firearms, vehicle operations, defensive tactics, and first aid. A basic recruit student, who has failed to pass the written end-of-course examination or the required demonstration of the proficiency skill(s) after a second attempt, shall be deemed to have failed the training course.

    120(b) An instructor student shall pass a written end-of-course examination and demonstrate proficiency skill(s) during the first attempt. An instructor student, who has failed to pass the written end-of-course examination or successfully demonstrate the proficiency skill(s) during the first attempt, shall be deemed to have failed the instructor training course. An instructor student who has failed a written end-of-course examination or the proficiency skills(s) during the first attempt, shall be granted a re-examination by the training center director if:

    1991. There is technical difficulty in the administration of the test, such as a power failure or evacuation of the building; or

    2212. 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; or

    2623. The end-of-course testing instrument is determined to be invalid by the training school.

    276(3) Successful completion and demonstration of proficiency skills is required for each of the following high-liability courses: CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course, CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Course, CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course, CMS Firearms Instructor Course, Safe Handling of Firearms course, CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course, CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course, CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers Course, and CMS First Aid Instructor Course.

    343(a) CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course.

    3501. The CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program.

    3712. A basic recruit student shall 377achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and 392demonstrate 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 5, 2015, 423effective 9/2016, 425hereby incorporated by reference 429http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-07368431. 432Form CJSTC-6 CMS can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. Form CJSTC-6 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    4643. 465A basic recruit student shall be subject to chemical agent contamination as described in the CMS Criminal Justice Defensive Tactics Course. Prior to beginning a Law Enforcement, Correctional, or Correctional Probation Basic Recruit Training Program, a student shall complete the Physical’s Assessment, form CJSTC-75. This form verifies that there are no known medical conditions that would prevent a student from participating in chemical agent contamination.

    530(b) CMS Defensive Tactics Instructor Course.

    5361. An instructor student shall complete the Defensive Tactics Instructor requirements pursuant to Rule 55011B-20.0014, 551F.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.

    5782. A defensive tactics instructor student shall 585achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination and 600demonstrate all Defensive Tactics High-Liability Proficiency Skills, at 100% for all proficiency skills, with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-6 CMS form. 623A copy of the completed form CJSTC-6 CMS shall be provided to the student and the original form CJSTC-6 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    652(c) CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course.

    6581. The CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program.

    6782. A basic recruit student shall 684achieve a score of 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and 696demonstrate the required Firearms High-Liability Proficiency Skills, using 704a commercially produced B-21E target or equivalent Pride Enterprises (P.R.I.D.E.) target, 715at 80% or higher using a handgun (revolver or semi-automatic pistol for both daylight and night) and a long gun (shotgun or semi-automatic rifle/carbine). The results shall be recorded on the required CMS Firearms Performance Evaluation form CJSTC-4 CMS, revised 755November 5, 2015, effective 9/2016, 760hereby incorporated by reference 764http://www.flrules.org/Gate765way/reference.asp?No=Ref-07366767. 768Form CJSTC-4 CMS can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. Form CJSTC-4 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    800(d) CMS Firearms Instructor Course.

    8051. An instructor student shall complete the Firearms Instructor requirements pursuant to Rule 81811B-20.0014, 819F.A.C., to instruct the following courses: The CMS Criminal Justice Firearms Course in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program or CMS Firearms Instructor Course.

    8432. A firearms instructor student shall 849achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required Firearms High-Liability Proficiency Skills, using a commercially produced B-21E target or equivalent Pride Enterprises (P.R.I.D.E.) target, at 85% or higher using a handgun (revolver or semi-automatic pistol for both daylight and night) and a long gun (shotgun or semi-automatic rifle/carbine) for all proficiency skills, with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-4 919C920MS form. A copy of the completed form CJSTC-4 CMS shall be provided to the student and the original form CJSTC-4 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    951(e) Safe Handling of Firearms course. A student enrolled in the Safe Handling of Firearms course shall achieve a score of 80% on the required written end-of-course examination. Students shall demonstrate all Firearms Handling Proficiency Skills for the safe handling of handguns (both revolver and semiautomatic pistol) and long guns (both shotgun and semiautomatic rifle/carbine) at 100%. The results shall be recorded on the required Firearms Handling Performance Evaluation form CJSTC-21, created November 6, 2014, effective 7/2015, hereby incorporated by reference 1032https://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-056271034. Form CJSTC-21 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. Form CJSTC-21 shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1065(f) CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers Course.

    10741. The CMS First Aid for Criminal Justice Officers Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program.

    10972. A basic recruit student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required First Aid High-Liability Proficiency Skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required CMS First Aid Performance Evaluation, form CJS1142T1143C1144-5 CMS, revised November 5, 2015, effective 9/2016, 1152hereby incorporated by reference 1156http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-073671158. Form CJSTC-5 CMS can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. Form CJSTC-5 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1191(g) CMS First Aid Instructor Course.

    11971. An instructor student shall complete the CMS First Aid Instructor Course pursuant to Rule 121211B-20.0014, 1213F.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.

    12422. An instructor student shall achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required First Aid High-Liability Proficiency Skills, at 100% for all proficiency skills, with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-5 C1285M1286S form. A copy of the completed form CJSTC-5 CMS shall be provided to the student and the original form CJSTC-5 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1317(h) CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course.

    13241. The CMS Law Enforcement Vehicle Operations Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Basic Recruit Training Program.

    13452. A basic recruit student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and 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 CJST1398C1399-7 1400CM1401S, 1402revised November 5, 2015, effective 9/2016, hereby incorporated by reference 1412http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-073691414. Form CJSTC-7 CMS can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. Form CJSTC-7 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1447(i) CMS Vehicle Operations Instructor Course.

    14531. An instructor student shall complete the Vehicle Operations Instructor requirements pursuant to Rule 146711B-20.0014, 1468F.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.

    14952. An instructor student shall 1500achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination and 1515demonstrate the required Vehicle Operations High-Liability Proficiency Skills, with four out of five runs (80%) for each exercise, 1533with the results recorded on the required CJSTC-7 CMS form. 1543A copy of the completed form CJSTC-7 CMS shall be provided to the student and the original form CJSTC-7 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1572(4) Successful completion and demonstration of proficiency skills is required for each of the following basic recruit, advanced, specialized instructor, or specialized training program courses: DUI Traffic Stops, Speed Measurement Course, Speed Measurement Instructor Course, Breath Test Instructor Course, Breath Test Instructor Renewal Course, Breath Test Operator Course, Breath Test Operator Renewal Course, Agency Inspector Course, Agency Inspector Renewal Course, Underwater Police Science and Technology course, Canine Team Training Course, and Canine Team Training Instructor Course.

    1648(a) DUI Traffic Stops Course.

    16531. The DUI Traffic Stops Course shall be delivered to students enrolled in a Commission-approved Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program.

    16742. A basic recruit student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required DUI Traffic Stops proficiency skills at 100% proficiency, with the results recorded on the required DUI Traffic Stops Performance Evaluation, form CJSTC-13 CMS, created October 30, 2008, revised November 7, 2013, effective 5/2014, hereby incorporated by reference 1735http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-039291737. Form CJSTC-13 CMS can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: 1750http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 1751or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. Form CJSTC-13 CMS shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1770(b) Speed Measurement Course, number 1158. A student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required Speed Measurement Operator Performance Report form CJSTC-11, revised November 7, 2013, effective 5/2014, 1821hereby incorporated by reference 1825https://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-023231827. Form CJSTC-11 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: 1839http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 1840or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. Form CJSTC-11 shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1858(c) Speed Measurement Instructor Course, number 1159.

    18651. An instructor student shall complete the Speed Measurement Instructor requirements, pursuant to Rule 187911B-20.0014, 1880F.A.C., to instruct speed measurement courses and the speed measurement instructor course.

    18922. An instructor student shall achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required Speed Measurement Device Instructor Field Evaluation form CJSTC-10, revised November 7, 2013, effective 5/2014, hereby incorporated by reference 1944http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-039271946. Form CJSTC-10 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: 1958http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 1959or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. A copy of the completed form CJSTC-10 shall be provided to the student and the original form CJSTC-10 shall be maintained in the student or course file.

    1993(d) Breath Test Instructor Course, number 1110.

    20001. An instructor student shall complete the Breath Test Instructor Course requirements pursuant to Rule 201511B-20.0014, 2016F.A.C., to instruct the Breath Test Operator Course, Breath Test Operator Renewal Course, Agency Inspector Course, and Agency Inspector Renewal Course.

    20372. An instructor applicant shall achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required Breath Test Instructor Performance form CJSTC-17, created and Commission-approved December 16, 2010 (effective 3/2013), 2085hereby incorporated by reference 2089http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-023252091. Form CJSTC-17 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: 2103http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 2104or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original shall be maintained in the course file.

    2133(e) Breath Test Instructor Renewal Course, number 1111.

    21411. An instructor student shall complete the Breath Test Instructor Renewal Course requirements pursuant to Rule 215711B-20.0017, 2158F.A.C., to satisfy the continuing education requirements for a Breath Test Instructor Certification.

    21712. An instructor student shall achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required form CJSTC-17. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original shall be maintained in the course file.

    2229(f) Breath Test Operator Course, number 851. A student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required Breath Testing Course Performance form CJSTC-14, created and Commission-approved December 16, 2010 (effective 3/2013), 2282hereby incorporated by reference 2286https://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-023242288. Form CJSTC-14 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: 2300http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 2301or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original shall be maintained in the course file.

    2330(g) Breath Test Operator Renewal Course, number 951. A student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required form CJSTC-14. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original shall be maintained in the course file.

    2394(h) Agency Inspector Course, number 850. A student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required form CJSTC-14. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original shall be maintained in the course file.

    2456(i) Agency Inspector Renewal Course, number 950. A student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required form CJSTC-14. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original shall be maintained in the course file.

    2519(j) Underwater Police Science and Technology course number 077. A student shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required Criminal Justice Diver Performance Evaluation form CJSTC-19, revised November 6, 2014, effective 7/2015, hereby incorporated by reference 2577http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-056232579. 2580Form CJSTC-19 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet Address: 2591http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 2592or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original shall be maintained in the course file.

    2621(k) Canine Team Training Course number 1198. A handler shall achieve a score of no less than 80% on the required written end-of-course examination and demonstrate the required proficiency skills at 100%, with the results recorded on the required Canine Team Performance Evaluation form CJSTC-83, revised November 5, 2015, effective 9/2016, hereby incorporated by reference 2676http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-073862678. 2679Form CJSTC-83 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet Address: 2690http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 2691or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original maintained in the course file.

    2718(l) Canine Team Training Instructor Course number 1199.

    27261. An instructor student shall complete the Canine Team Training Instructor Course requirements pursuant to Rule 274211B-20.0014, 2743F.A.C., to instruct the Canine Team Training Course number 1198 and Canine Team Training Instructor Course number 1199.

    27612. An instructor student shall achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination, demonstrate instruction of one classroom topic from the Canine Team Training Course number 1198, and demonstrate instructing field exercises in obedience, criminal apprehension, building search, area search, and tracking and trailing from the Canine Team Training Course number 1198, with the results recorded on the required performance evaluation form. A copy of the completed Canine Team Instructor Performance Evaluation form CJSTC-20, revised November 6, 2014, effective 7/2015, hereby incorporated by reference 2851https://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-05626, 2853shall be provided to the student and the original form CJSTC-20 maintained in the instructor student course file. Form CJSTC-20 can be obtained at the following FDLE Internet address: 2882http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cms/CJSTC/Publications/Forms.aspx, 2883or by contacting Commission staff at (850)410-8615. A copy of the completed form shall be provided to the student and the original maintained in the course file.

    2910(m) Role-play Scenarios for Facilitative Learning course number 2001. An instructor student shall achieve a score of no less than 85% on the required written end-of-course examination.

    2937Rulemaking Authority 2939943.03(4), 2940943.12(1), 2941(2) FS. Law Implemented 2945943.12, 2946943.17 FS. 2948History–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, 6-9-08, 9-28-09, 6-3-10, 3-13-13, 5-29-14, 7-29-15, 9-4-16, 7-19-17.

     

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