Jan 18, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog

Crossover: Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Basic Recruit, O.C.


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Occupational Certificate

Minimum Basic Skills Requirements


A student attempting a clock hour certificate program must meet certain minimum skills requirements as established by the state of Florida, Division of Law Enforcement.

Students seeking admission to any of the limited access programs listed in this section must take and pass the Florida Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (FBAT), appropriate to the discipline they are applying for, prior to being admitted to the program.

The certificate in Basic Law Enforcement is designed to assist students seeking to qualify for the State Certification Examination for Law Enforcement Officer in the state of Florida.

Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will exhibit a basic knowledge of the Florida criminal and civil laws, as well as the federal guidelines concerning criminal procedure.
  2. Students will apply a basic knowledge of the communication skills necessary for law enforcement officers.
  3. Students will demonstrate basic firearm skills for law enforcement officers.
  4. Students will perform defensive tactic skills necessary for law enforcement officers.
  5. Students will apply basic driving skills necessary for law enforcement officers.
  6. Students will perform basic First Aid/First Responder skills necessary for law enforcement officers.

To be eligible for these programs a student must:

  • meet minimum requirements as set forth by Florida statutes and Florida Department of Law Enforcement
  • meet general admission requirements. Admissions requirements parallel the employment standards for Law Enforcement as established and modified periodically by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission and,
  • successfully complete the Florida Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (FBAT), appropriate to the discipline applied for.

(518 clock hours) (17.27 occupational credits)


Limited Access Program

To be eligible for this program a student must:

  • be at least 19 years of age,
  • be a U.S. citizen,
  • be a high school graduate or have GED,
  • pass a physical exam,
  • successfully complete the Florida Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test for Law Enforcement Officer,
  • be a graduate of a State of Florida community college training center or vocational technical center.

 

Required Courses: 518 clock hours, 17.27 occupational credits


Crossover: Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Total: 518 clock hours, 17.27 occupational credits


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