RULE 132.00.15-017 - Regulation 1012 Part-Time Law Enforcement Officers

RULE 132.00.15-017. Regulation 1012 Part-Time Law Enforcement Officers

(1) Part-time Law Enforcement Officers are divided into two (2) separate classifications for training purposes: Part-time Law Enforcement Officer I and II.

(2) Part-time Officer I is any officer who is:

(a) Employed by a law enforcement unit;

(b) Authorized by law to enforce the criminal, traffic or highway laws of this State;

(c) Authorized salary or wages by the law enforcement unit;

(d) Authorized to work for twenty (20) or more hours per week but less than 40 hours per week.

(3) Part-time Officer II is any officer who is:

(a) Employed by a law enforcement unit;

(a) Authorized by law to enforce the criminal, traffic or highway laws of this State;

(b) Authorized salary or wages by the law enforcement unit;

(c) Authorized to work less than 20 hours a week.

Selection and Training -A Part-time Officer II is required to satisfactorily complete the minimum standards for employment or appointment as authorized in Regulation 1002(3) and have satisfactorily completed not less than 110 hours of Commission approved training which will include a firearms qualification equivalent to the Firearms Qualification Course for Full-time law enforcement officers.

(4) Certification of Part-time II Law Enforcement Officers:

A Part-time II Officer who has met the minimum standards for employment or appointment, completed the minimum training requirement and completed a twelve (12) month probation period with their present department may be eligible for certification by applying to the Commission on Form F-7.

(5) Any Part-time II Law Enforcement Officer who fails to satisfactorily complete the 110 hours of Commission approved law enforcement training within the time period allowed by Regulation 1002(1), will not be eligible for training nor certification for twenty-four (24) months following the date of expiration of the probationary period.

(2/23/2016)

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