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§ 1008. Basic Course Waiver and Requalification Requirements.

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Title 11. Law
Division 2. Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training
Article 1. General
11 CCR § 1008
§ 1008. Basic Course Waiver and Requalification Requirements.
(a) Purpose of Requalification.
A peace officer's ability to perform critical manipulative and tactical skills, together with his or her knowledge and familiarity with mandatory subjects of training, may be significantly reduced if the officer has not obtained qualifying peace officer employment within a reasonable period of time following completion of basic training, or if that person has experienced an extensive lapse in qualifying peace officer employment. For that reason, it is necessary to establish requirements for requalification of such individuals to ensure that they are competent and proficient prior to appointment.
The purpose of requalification is to provide an alternative to repeating the Basic Course - either the Regular Basic Course (RBC) or Special Investigator Basic Course (SIBC) - for individuals who have experienced a three year or longer break in qualifying peace officer employment or since completion of the RBC/SIBC. The POST-certified Requalification Course serves to refresh a peace officer's ability to perform critical manipulative skills and provide updated instruction for those portions of the Basic Course that have changed, including legislative mandates and areas involving safety or potential liability.
For the purposes of this regulation, “qualifying employment” is defined as service in a position for which the RBC or SIBC is required, as appropriate.
(b) Requalification Requirements
Prior to exercising peace officer powers in a position for which the RBC/SIBC is required, individuals must successfully complete requalification if more than three years has elapsed since the date of any of the following:
(1) A break in service from a peace officer position for which the RBC/SIBC is required,1 or
(2) Successful completion of the Basic Course without having obtained qualifying employment; or
(3) The issuance of a Basic Course Waiver without having obtained qualifying employment.
(c) Time Limits Following Completion of Requalification.
Upon completion of requalification, individuals must obtain qualifying employment within specified time limits as follows:
(1) Break in Service. An individual who has completed requalification due to a break in qualifying employment from a California law enforcement employer has up to three years from the date of completion to be appointed to a position for which the RBC/SIBC is required. If more than three years has elapsed after completing requalification without an appointment, requalification can be repeated as often as necessary.
(2) Basic Course Completion. An individual has a maximum of three years following completion of requalification to obtain initial qualifying employment. If more than six years has elapsed since the completion of the RBC/SIBC without obtaining initial qualifying employment, the RBC/SIBC must be repeated, regardless of the date of the completion of requalification. Requalification may not be repeated.2
(3) Basic Course Waiver. An individual who initially received a Basic Course Waiver has a maximum of three years following completion of requalification to obtain qualifying employment. If more than six years has elapsed since the date the Waiver was granted without obtaining qualifying employment, the RBC/SIBC must be completed, regardless of the date of completion of requalification. Requalification may not be repeated.3
(d) Exemptions
(1) An individual who possess a POST Basic Certificate and is seeking qualifying employment after a greater than three-year break in service may receive an exemption of the requalification requirement by the Executive Director or the Commission under the following circumstances:
(A) The individual is re-entering law enforcement at the middle management or executive rank and will function at the second-level of supervision or above, or
(B) The individual has been employed continuously in another state as a full-time regular peace officer with no longer than a 60-day break in service between that employment and a position with a California law enforcement employer, or
(C) The employment, training and education during the break in service provides assurance, as determined by POST, that the individual is currently proficient, or
(D) The individual is re-entering law enforcement in a permanent or temporary assignment not involved in general law enforcement duties.
(2) The prospective hiring agency seeking an exemption for an individual who meets the criteria outlined above shall submit a letter to the Executive Director that includes: 1) reason for the request; 2) description of the intended job classification and duty assignments; and 3) documentation of prior employment, training and education, and the dates completed as it applies to the criteria outlined in subsection 1008(d)(1)(A)-(D).
(3) Any exemption granted by the Executive Director is specific to the agency making the request and is for the position described in the request.
(4) The Commission may, in response to a written request or on its own motion, upon a showing of good cause and based upon an individual's employment, proficiency, training, and education, exempt an individual from completion of the basic course requalification requirement. The individual shall: 1) have satisfied the Regular Basic Course training requirement; 2) become re-employed as a peace office after a three year or longer break in service; and 3) not be described or included in subsection 1008(d)(1)(A)-(D).
(e) Jail Deputy Exemption
(1) An individual who successfully completed the RBC or received a Basic Course Waiver on or after January 1, 2013 and has been appointed as a jail deputy [Penal Code section 830.1(c)], but who has not previously accrued one year of qualifying employment, is eligible for an exemption of the requalification requirement if the individual has:
(A) Been continuously employed as a jail deputy with the same agency, and
(B) Maintained ongoing Perishable Skills training as specified by POST in section 1005(d)(4), and
(C) Been appointed as a deputy sheriff [Penal Code section 830.1(a)] within five years of the date of completion of the Basic Course or the Basic Course Waiver.
(2) Documentation of Exemption
Written documentation determined by the department head as satisfying an exemption listed above shall be retained by the employing agency for at least the duration of the individual's employment with the department. This retention period is required so that the employing agency can provide supporting documentation of the exemption, if it is requested during a POST inspection.
(f) Requalification Course Requirements
This section establishes statewide standards for the Requalification Course. The individual learning domains that make up the requalification course curriculum are listed in the Requalification Course Training Specifications (hereon referred to as “Requalification Course Specifications”).
Each requalification course presentation shall be completed under the sponsorship of one presenter unless POST has approved a contractual agreement for multiple presenters to deliver the training. Presenters shall not exceed these standards without prior approval from POST.
(1) Requalification Course Eligibility. Presenters of the Requalification Course shall require proof, to the training presenter's satisfaction, that the applicant is eligible to enroll in the course based on the requirements specified in subsection 1008(b).
(2) Requalification Course Training Requirements - Presenters shall provide instruction for the Requalification Course as follows:
(A) Hourly Requirements - Presenters shall deliver the required hours of instruction specified for the requalification course in each learning domain of the Requalification Course Specifications. The total hourly requirement for the Requalification Course is 136 hours.
(B) Learning Objectives - Presenters shall provide instruction on all learning objectives specified for the Requalification Course Specifications.
(C) Learning Activities - Students must participate in all learning activities that are required for the Requalification Course Specifications. Students who do not participate in a learning activity due to extenuating circumstances shall be given a second opportunity to participate in the same or comparable activity. If a student fails to participate in a learning activity after being given a second opportunity, the student fails the course.
(D) Remedial Training - Specific instruction provided to reinforce the required concepts and/or skills after a student has failed an initial test. Each presenter will determine the content and the amount of time required for remedial training. Remedial training shall be provided independent of the retest.
(3) Testing Requirements
(A) All students shall be tested as specified in the Requalification Course Specifications. For the learning domain(s) being assessed in a particular test, refer to the “Minimum Content Hourly Requirements” page for the Requalification Course Specifications.
(B) The Requalification Course includes the following tests:
1. POST-Constructed Comprehensive Test - The minimum passing score is established by POST. Only individuals who have completed POST-provided proctor training shall administer and score this test.
2. Exercise Test - Presenters shall require each student to demonstrate proficiency in the competencies required by each exercise test. Proficiency means that the student performed at a level acceptable to the presenter.
(4) Retests - Presenters shall provide each student who fails a required initial test or exercise test an opportunity to retest. Students being retested on the POST-Constructed Comprehensive Test shall be retested using an alternative form of the test. Only one retest is permitted. If the student fails the retest, the student shall fail the course.
(g) Requalification Requirements for the Regular Basic Course - Module III
For the purposes of Regulation 1008(h), “Module III” includes the POST-Certified Module III of the Regular Basic Course, the two-part Level III Module, and the single component Level III Module, as specified in Regulation 1007(a).
(1) Requalification Methods. The provisions and means for requalification for a position for which Module III of the Basic Course is required are as follows:
(A) Repeating and successfully completing Module III without having obtained qualifying service, or
(B) Demonstrating continued mastery of Module III training material by passing the POST-Constructed Comprehensive End-of-Course Module III Test, the PC 832 Course Arrest and Control Exercise Test, and the PC 832 Firearms Exercise Test.
(2) Requalification Requirements
Prior to appointment as a Level III reserve peace officer, an individual must successfully complete requalification if more than three years has elapsed since the date of any of the following:
(A) Successful completion of Module III, or
(B) A break in service from a position as a Level III, Level II or Level 1 reserve peace officer or regular peace officer subsequent to successful completion of Module III, Module II, or the RBC.
(3) Requalification Time Limits.
An individual who completed requalification as a result of a break in service as a Level III reserve peace officer has up to three years to be appointed to a Level III reserve peace officer position. If more than three years has elapsed without appointment, requalification may be repeated.
Upon successful completion of requalification, an individual who completed Model III, Module II, or the Basic Course has three years to secure initial appointment in a position as a Level III reserve peace officer. If, after six years, the individual has not had an initial appointment as a Level III reserve peace officer, Module III must be repeated, regardless of the date of completion of requalification during that six year period.4
(4) Requalification Testing Process.
Only individuals who have completed Module III training may apply to participate in the Module III Requalification Testing Process.
(A) Application Requirements
An individual seeking to requalify Module III through the testing process shall submit a written request to a POST-approved Module III Requalification Testing Presenter.
The application shall include the following:
1. The individual's full name, mailing address, daytime phone number, and POST identification number.
2. A copy of the individual's POST Profile.
3. A certified check or money order payable to the presenter in the amount specified by the presenter administering the POST-Constructed Comprehensive Module III Test, the PC 832 Arrest and Control Exercise Test, and the PC 832 Firearms Exercise Test. These fees shall not exceed actual test administration costs and are subject to POST audit.
4. A criminal history clearance from the Department of Justice for applicants who are not sponsored by a local or other law enforcement agency, or who are not peace officers employed by a state or local agency, department or district. Per Penal Code section 13511.5, no firearms training or testing shall be administered prior to receipt of the clearance.
Applicants shall receive written notification from the presenter regarding eligibility to be tested within 30 days of the presenter's receipt of required documentation as specified above.
Individuals who receive notification that they are ineligible to be tested shall be provided an explanation for their ineligibility. The individuals may submit a new request with additional documentation to the course presenter, which shall be processed within 30 days of receipt.
POST shall have final approval or disapproval of the eligibility of any individual seeking admission to any part of the testing process. All applicable testing fees will be refunded with the notification to those individuals who are determined, either by the presenter or POST, to be ineligible for testing.
(B) Test Administration Requirements
The Requalification Tests shall be administered by POST-approved/authorized course presenters who have received training in the administration of the tests and who agree to abide by the terms of a formal POST Test Use and Security Agreement. The procedures for administration and scoring are as follows:
1. Applicants shall be tested at a POST-approved location within 90 days of notification of eligibility to complete the requalification test process.
2. At least 30 days in advance of testing, eligible applicants shall be notified of the specific date, time and location of testing.
3. Individuals who desire to be tested after they fail to appear for a scheduled requalification test must reestablish eligibility to be tested by completing the application requirements described above.
4. All tests shall be scored using POST minimum passing scores.
5. All test results shall be mailed to POST by the test administrator, postmarked within five working days of the date of testing.
6. The presenter shall notify the applicant, in writing, of the test results, postmarked within five working days of test completion. For individuals who passed the tests, the notification shall include a certificate showing successful completion of the Module III Requalification Testing Process.
7. The presenter shall maintain, as a matter of record, all documents submitted by applicants participating in the Module III Requalification Testing Process.
(C) Requalification Retesting
1. One requalification retest shall be permitted for any failed initial test, contingent upon advance payment of applicable testing fees as described in subsection 1008(h)(4)(a).
2. Retesting must occur within 90 days of the initial test. For firearms and arrest and control exercise tests, individuals have the option of retesting immediately or within 90 days.
3. All required tests must be passed to successfully complete the Module III Retesting Process.
4. Individuals who fail to achieve a passing score on the retest, or who fail to appear for retesting, shall be required to successfully complete Module III training in order to meet the Module III requalification requirements.
(h) Requalification Requirement for the Regular Basic Course - Module II
(1) Requalification Methods. The provisions and means for requalification for a position for which Module II of the Basic Course is required are as follows:
(A) Repeating and successfully Module II, or
(B) Demonstrating continued mastery of Module II training material by passing the POST-Constructed Comprehensive Module II Test, the PC 832 Course Arrest and Control Exercise Test, and the PC 832 Firearms Exercise Test.
(C) Requalification Eligibility Requirements
(2) Prior to appointment as a Level II reserve peace officer, an individual must successfully complete requalification if more than three years has elapsed since the date of any of the following:
(A) Successful completion of Module III and Module II without having obtained qualifying service, or
(B) A break in service from a position as a Level II or Level 1 reserve peace officer or regular peace officer subsequent to successful completion of Module III and Module II, or the RBC.
(3) Requalification Time Limits.
An individual who completed requalification as a result of a break in service as a Level II reserve peace officer has up to three years to be appointed to a Level II reserve peace officer position. If more than three years has elapsed without appointment, requalification may be repeated.
If more than six years elapses between an individual's successful completion of Module II and an initial appointment as a Level II reserve peace officer, the individual must repeat Module II, regardless of the date of completion of requalification during that six-year period.5
(4) Requalification Testing Process.
Only individuals who have completed Module III and Module II training may apply to participate in the Module II Requalification Testing Process.
(A) Application Requirements
An individual seeking to requalify Module II through the testing process shall submit a written request to a POST-approved Module II Requalification Testing Presenter that includes all of the following:
1. The individual's full name, mailing address, daytime phone number, and POST identification number.
2. A copy of the individual's POST Profile.
3. A certified check or money order payable to the presenter in the amount specified by the presenter administering the POST-Constructed Comprehensive Module II Test, the PC 832 Arrest and Control Exercise Test, and the PC 832 Firearms Exercise Test. These fees shall not exceed actual test administration costs and are subject to POST audit.
4. A criminal history clearance from the Department of Justice for applicants who are not sponsored by a local or other law enforcement agency, or who are not peace officers employed by a state or local agency, department or district. Per Penal Code section 13511.5, no firearms testing shall be administered prior to receipt of the clearance.
Applicants shall receive written notification from the presenter regarding eligibility to be tested within 30 days of the presenter's receipt of all of required documentation as specified above.
Individuals who receive notification that they are ineligible to be tested shall be provided an explanation for their ineligibility. The individuals may submit a new request with additional documentation to the course presenter, which shall be processed within 30 days of receipt.
POST shall have final approval or disapproval of the eligibility of any individual seeking admission to any part of the testing process. All applicable testing fees will be refunded with the notification to those individuals who are determined, either by the presenter or POST, to be ineligible for testing.
(B) Administration Requirements
The Requalification Tests may only be administered by POST-approved/authorized course presenters who have received training in the administration of the tests and who agree to abide by the terms of a formal POST Test Use and Security Agreement. The procedures for administration and scoring are as follows:
1. Applicants shall be tested at a POST-approved location within 90 days of notification of eligibility to complete the requalification testing process.
2. At least 30 days in advance of testing, eligible applicants shall be notified of the specific date, time and location of testing.
3. Individuals who desire to be tested after they fail to appear for a scheduled requalification test must reestablish eligibility to be tested by completing the application requirements described above.
4. All tests shall be scored using POST minimum passing scores.
5. All test results shall be mailed to POST by the test administrator, postmarked within five working days of the date of testing.
6. The presenter shall notify the applicant of the test results in writing, postmarked within five working days of test completion. For individuals who passed, the notification shall include a certificate showing successful completion of the Module II Requalification Testing Process.
7. The presenter shall maintain, as a matter of record, all documents submitted by applicants participating in the Module II Requalification Testing Process.
(C) Requalification Retesting
1. One requalification retest shall be permitted for any failed initial test, contingent upon advance payment of applicable testing fees as described in subsection 1008(h)(4)(C).
2. Retesting must occur within 90 days of the initial test. For firearms and arrest and control exercise tests, individuals have the option of retesting immediately or within 90 days.
3. All required tests must be passed to successfully complete the Module II Retesting Process.
4. Individuals who fail to achieve a passing score on the retest, or who fail to appear for retesting, shall be required to successfully complete Module II training in order to meet the Module II requalification requirements.
(i) Requalification Requirement for the Regular Basic Course - Module I
Individuals who have successfully completed Modules I, II, and III have met the requirements of the Basic Course; the requalification requirements specified in sections 1008 (a)-(g) apply to these individuals.
The document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses, adopted effective January 1, 2001 and amended effective October 1, 2001, January 1, 2002, April 26, 2002, September 15, 2004, July 1, 2005, January 1, 2006, July 1, 2007, August 8, 2007, January 1, 2008, July 1, 2008, January 1, 2009, July 1, 2009, January 1, 2010, July 1, 2010, July 1, 2011, January 1, 2012, July 1, 2012, January 1, 2013, August 1, 2013, February 1, 2014, August 1, 2014, August 1, 2015, February 1, 2016, August 1, 2016, February 1, 2017, February 15, 2017, August 1, 2017, and July 1, 2018, is herein incorporated by reference.
The document, Instructor's Guide to Learning Activities for Leadership, Ethics, and Community Policing December 2005, adopted effective January 1, 2006, is herein incorporated by reference.
The document POST Basic Courses Test Management and Security Protocols 2018 adopted effective January 1, 2009, amended May 3, 2012, October 1, 2014, April 1, 2016, February 15, 2017, and July 1, 2018, is herein incorporated by reference.
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1 Only Level 1 reserve peace officers who have averaged a minimum of 16 hours of service per month during their Level 1 appointment are eligible to attend a Requalification Course.
2 Individuals who completed the Basic Course requirement prior to July 1, 1999 may repeat requalification as necessary.
3 Individuals who successfully completed Module III prior to July 1, 2008, may repeat requalification as necessary.
4 Individuals who successfully completed Module III prior to July 1, 2008, may repeat requalification as necessary.
5 Individuals who successfully completed Module II prior to July 1, 2008, may repeat requalification as necessary.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 832.3, 13503, 13506, 13510 and 13515.26, Penal Code. Reference: Sections 832.3, 13505, 13506, 13510, 13510.5 and 13511, Penal Code.
HISTORY
1. Repealer and new section filed 5-14-82; designated effective 7-1-82 (Register 82, No. 20).
2. Amendment of NOTE filed 2-10-83; effective upon filing pursuant to Government Code Section 11346.2(d) (Register 83, No. 7).
3. Amendment filed 1-9-86; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 86, No. 2).
4. Amendment filed 7-18-86; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 86, No. 29).
5. Amendment filed 10-3-86; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 86, No. 40).
6. Amendment filed 12-30-87; operative 1-29-88(Register 88, No.3).
7. Amendment (including amendment of PAM D-11, incorporated by reference) filed 1-23-96; operative 2-22-96 (Register 96, No. 4).
8. Amendment of section heading and section, amendment of PAM section D-11 (incorporated by reference), and new PAM section D-10 (incorporated by reference) filed 5-17-99; operative 6-16-99 (Register 99, No. 21).
9. Amendment of section heading and section and amendment of PAM section D-10, PAM section D-11 and the document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) filed 4-26-2002; operative 7-1-2002 (Register 2002, No. 17).
10. Amendment of PAM sections D-11 and D-12, amendment of last paragraph and document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of Note filed 8-26-2004; operative 9-15-2004 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2004, No. 35).
11. Editorial correction amending Note (Register 2005, No. 8).
12. Amendment of last paragraph and amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) filed 6-15-2005; operative 7-1-2005 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 24).
13. Amendment of subsections (a)(1) and (b)(1) and amendment of PAM section D-11 filed 8-22-2005; operative 9-21-2005 (Register 2005, No. 34).
14. Amendment of PAM section D-10 and document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses , new document Instructor's Guide to Learning Activities for Leadership, Ethics and Community Policing December 2005 (all incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (b)(3)(B) filed 12-22-2005; operative 1-1-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 51).
15. Amendment of PAM section D-10 (incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (b)(3)(B) filed 7-27-2006; operative 8-26-2006 (Register 2006, No. 30).
16. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (b)(3)(B) filed 6-1-2007; operative 7-1-2007 (Register 2007. No. 22).
17. Amendment of penultimate paragraph and document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) filed 8-8-2007; operative 8-8-2007 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2007, No. 32).
18. Amendment of penultimate paragraph and document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses filed 12-10-2007; operative 1-1-2008 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2007, No. 50).
19. Amendment of subsection (b), new subsections (c)-(e)(1) and amendment of penultimate paragraph and document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) filed 6-17-2008; operative 7-1-2008 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2008, No. 25).
20. Amendment of subsection (e)(1) and PAM section D-10 (incorporated by reference), new document POST Basic Courses Test Administration and Security Guidelines 2009 (incorporated by reference) and new final paragraph filed 10-28-2008; operative 1-1-2009 (Register 2008, No. 44).
21. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) filed 12-2-2008; operative 1-1-2009 (Register 2008, No. 49).
22. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of the document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorpo- rated by reference) filed 5-21-2009; operative 7-1-2009 (Register 2009, No. 21).
23. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) filed 11-9-2009; operative 1-1-2010 (Register 2009, No. 46).
24. Amendment of the document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 6-9-2010; operative 7-1-2010 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2010, No. 24).
25. Amendment of footnotes to subsections (c)(4)(A)4. and (d)(4)(A)4. filed 12-29-2010; operative 1-1-2011 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2010, No. 53).
26. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 4-19-2011; operative 7-1-2011 (Register 2011, No. 16).
27. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 10-25-2011; operative 1-1-2012 (Register 2011, No. 43).
28. Amendment of subsection (e)(1) and PAM section D-11 (incorporated by reference) filed 11-14-2011; operative 12-1-2012 (Register 2011, No. 46).
29. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 3-14-2012; operative 7-1-2012 (Register 2012, No. 11).
30. Amendment of PAM section D-10 (incorporated by reference), redesignation and amendment of document POST Basic Courses Test Administration and Security Guidelines 2009 as POST Basic Courses Test Management and Security Protocols 2012 (incorporated by reference) and amendment of final paragraph filed 4-3-2012; operative 5-3-2012 (Register 2012, No. 14).
31. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) filed 6-26-2012; operative 7-1-2012 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2012, No. 26).
32. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 11-15-2012; operative 1-1-2013 (Register 2012, No. 46).
33. Change without regulatory effect amending section filed 11-26-2012 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2012, No. 48).
34. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 7-8-2013; operative 8-1-2013 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2013, No. 28).
35. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 11-25-2013; operative 2-1-2014 (Register 2013, No. 48).
36. Amendment of PAM sections D-10 and D-11 (incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (e)(1) filed 12-12-2013; operative 4-1-2014 (Register 2013, No. 50).
37. Amendment of PAM section D-10 and document POST Basic Courses Test Management and Security Protocols 2014 (both incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (e)(1) and last paragraph filed 6-5-2014; operative 10-1-2014 (Register 2014, No. 23).
38. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (e)(1) filed 6-11-2014; operative 8-1-2014 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2014, No. 24).
39. Amendment of document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 6-24-2015; operative 8-1-2015 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2015, No. 26).
40. Amendment of document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of antepenultimate paragraph filed 10-20-2015; operative 2-1-2016 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2015, No. 43).
41. Change without regulatory effect amending section filed 12-9-2015 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2015, No. 50).
42. Amendment of PAM section D-10 and the document, POST Basic Courses Test Management and Security Protocols (both incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (e)(1) filed 2-24-2016; operative 4-1-2016 (Register 2016, No. 9).
43. Change without regulatory effect amending subsections (b)(1)(A)3. and (d)(2)(B) filed 6-9-2016 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2016, No. 24).
44. Amendment of document Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (e)(1) and Note filed 7-28-2016; operative 8-1-2016 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2016, No. 31).
45. Amendment of section and amendment of PAM sections D-10 and D-11 and amendment of the documents Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses and POST Basic Courses Test Management and Security Protocols (all incorporated by reference) filed 1-27-2017; operative 2-15-2017 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2017, No. 4).
46. Amendment of document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses , chapters 18, 19, 20, 23, 34 and 39 (incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (e)(1) filed 2-1-2017; operative 2-1-2017 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2017, No. 5).
47. New subsections (b)(4)-(b)(4)(B)1. filed 5-23-2017; operative 7-1-2017 (Register 2017, No. 21).
48. Amendment of document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference) and amendment of subsection (e)(1) filed 6-28-2017; operative 8-1-2017 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2017, No. 26).
49. Amendment of subsection (b)(3)(A) and subsections within filed 7-18-2017; operative 10-1-2017 (Register 2017, No. 29).
50. Amendment of section heading, repealer of subsections (a)-(e)(1) and new subsections (a)-(i) filed 2-22-2018; operative 4-1-2018 (Register 2018, No. 8).
51. Amendment of document, Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses (incorporated by reference), chapters 2, 3, 31 and 36 and amendment of subsection (i) filed 6-5-2018; operative 7-1-2018 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2018, No. 23).
52. Amendment of subsection (i) and amendment of POST Basic Courses Test Management and Security Protocols 2018 (incorporated by reference) filed 6-18-2018; operative 7-1-2018 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2018, No. 25).
53. Change without regulatory effect amending subsections within subsection (d) and repealing subsection (e)(3) filed 2-6-2019 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2019, No. 6).
This database is current through 10/11/19 Register 2019, No. 41
11 CCR § 1008, 11 CA ADC § 1008
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