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Chapter 06: Standards for the Successful Completion of Law
adopted - 07/1981; rev. - 04/1988, 10/1990, 11/1993, 01/1995, 11/1995, 07/1996, 11/1997, 07/1998,
09/2000, 11/2003, 09/2004 and 11/2007
This section establishes policy and procedures governing the standards to be used
by accredited training academies in determining what constitutes successful
completion of the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program.
The Board approved Basic Law Enforcement Training Course shall include
classroom activity, fitness training and hands-on skill certification.
101.01 Standards for successful completion of the course are as follows:
1. an academic average score of seventy percent (70%),
2. Physical fitness average score of seventy percent (70%),
3. firearms qualifying score of seventy-five percent (75%),
4. defensive driving average score of eighty percent (80%),
5. defensive tactics (PPCT) average score of eighty percent (80%), plus a Pass/Fail
6. a cardiopulmonary resuscitation average score of eighty percent (80%),
7. and a first aid average score of eighty percent (80%).
101.02 Failure to meet these standards will render the student ineligible for certification as
a law enforcement officer until the deficiency has been corrected. Students shall
adhere to all academy rules and regulations throughout the training program. A
serious breach of rules or other unacceptable conduct may result in dismissal from
the training program.
101.03 The Board has established performance objectives and a curriculum. Class
schedules, planned instructors and any new instructor applications are to be
submitted to the staff within ten working days to the beginning of the course. Any
deviations from the curriculum must be reviewed by the staff and approved by the
board. Curriculums that have prerequisites must be p