Kan. Admin. Regs. § 16-5-4 - Plan of operation of training

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) Each applicant for a firearm trainer certificate shall submit a proposed plan of operation for training private detectives in the handling of firearms and the lawful use of force to the attorney general for approval.
(1) The plan of operation shall be tailored to private detective business and be sufficiently detailed to enable the attorney general to evaluate the content of the plan.
(2) The applicant shall include a descriptive list of all materials and aids proposed to be used in the training and instruction.
(3) For an applicant for an initial firearm permit the plan of operation shall consist of a minimum of 16 clock hours of education and training.
(4) For an applicant for renewal of a firearm certificate the plan of operation shall consist of 8 clock hours of training and education.
(5) The plan of operation shall include the following:
(A) training and instruction which cover the following areas:
(i) instruction in lawful use of force by a private detective, including concepts of civil liability and criminal culpability;
(ii) weapons fundamentals and safety;
(iii) marksmanship fundamentals and safety procedures;
(iv) care, cleaning and maintenance of weapons;
(v) familiarization instruction in basic weapon retention and disarming techniques;
(vi) familiarization instruction in daylight, dimlight and darkness shooting; and
(vii) instruction and shooting exercises with semi-automatic pistols or revolvers;
(B) a written examination which requires the trainee to obtain a 70 percent pass score and covers the areas listed in paragraph (a)(5)(A)(i), (ii), (iii), (v), and (vi); and
(C) a daylight course of fire which requires the trainee to fire 35 out of 50 rounds into the center mass portion of the national rifle association TQ-19 target in a static position. The firing shall be from positions specified by the certified firearm trainer and from distances that vary as specified by the certified firearm trainer from a minimum of three feet to a maximum of 75 feet.
(b) The plan of operation may provide for a trainer to excuse a trainee from firing with a particular hand when the trainee has demonstrated to the trainer a disability with that hand or arm.
(c) An applicant for a firearm trainer certificate shall be afforded the opportunity to correct any deficiencies in the plan of operation which are identified by the attorney general.
(d) After the plan of operation has been approved by the attorney general, a firearm trainer shall submit any proposed modifications to the attorney general for approval.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 16-5-4
Authorized by K.S.A. 75-7b18; implementing K.S.A. 75-7b21; effective May 1, 1982; amended April 12, 1996.

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