No person may be readmitted to the basic law enforcement
training academy except as provided in this section.
(1) Any request for readmission to any
academy must be made and submitted by the individual's employing or sponsoring
terminated from any academy for academic failure, for disciplinary reasons
other than those specified by subsection (3) of this section, or who has
voluntarily withdrawn from any academy for any reason, may be readmitted to a
subsequent academy session only if:
head of the individual's current employing agency submits to the commission a
written request for readmission of the individual to the academy program,
(b) The director of the
commission or designee is satisfied that any conditions to the individual's
readmission specified by the director or designee have been met.
(3) Any person dismissed from any
academy for an integrity violation, including but not limited to: Cheating, the
commission of a crime, or other violation not constituting disqualifying
misconduct as defined in
43.101.010(7), will not be
eligible for readmission to any subsequent academy within twenty-four months
from the date of dismissal. Such ineligibility will not be affected by any new
employment or reemployment during the period of ineligibility specified in the
preceding sentence of this subsection.
(4) After the ineligibility period specified
in subsection (3) of this section has passed, the person previously dismissed
for an integrity violation may be readmitted to a subsequent academy session
only if he or she satisfies the conditions of subsection (2) of this
(5) For purposes of this
section, reserves and volunteers will be deemed to be employees of the agencies
which sponsor them for participation in a training academy.