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§ 12-9-302 - Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training -- Powers and duties.

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12-9-302.Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training -- Powers and duties.Inaddition to the powers conferred upon the Arkansas Commission on LawEnforcement Standards and Training in12-9-104 -- 12-9-107, thecommission shall have power to:(1)Promulgate rules and regulations for the administration of this subchapter;(2)Require the submission of reports and information by law enforcement agencies within this state;(3)(A)Establishminimum selection and training standards for admission to appointmentas an auxiliary law enforcement officer. The standards may take intoaccount different requirements for urban and rural areas.(B)However,the minimum selection and training standards for admission toappointment may not exceed those required for part-time law enforcementofficers;(4)Establish minimumcurriculum requirements for preparatory, in-service, and advancedcourses and programs of schools operated by and for the training ofauxiliary law enforcement officers;(5)Consultand cooperate with counties, municipalities, agencies of this state,other governmental agencies, and with universities, colleges, juniorcolleges, community colleges, and other institutions or organizationsconcerning the development of police training schools and programs orcourses of instruction;(6)Approveinstitutions and facilities to be used by or for the state or anypolitical subdivision thereof for the specific purpose of training lawenforcement officers and recruits;(7)Excludeauxiliary law enforcement officers from training classes sponsored andsupported by the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy;(8)Adopt rules and minimum standards for such schools which shall include, but not be limited to, establishing minimum:(A)Basictraining requirements which an auxiliary law enforcement officer mustsatisfactorily complete before being eligible for appointment;(B)Course attendance and equipment requirements; and(C)Requirements for instructors;(9)Conduct review of agency records to assist any department head in complying with the provisions of this subchapter;(10)Adopt and amend bylaws, consistent with law, for its internal management and control; and(11)Enter into contracts or do such things as may be necessary and incidental to the administration of this subchapter.
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  • 12-9-302. Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training -- Powers and duties.

    In addition to the powers conferred upon the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training in 12-9-104 -- 12-9-107, the commission shall have power to:

    (1) Promulgate rules and regulations for the administration of this subchapter;

    (2) Require the submission of reports and information by law enforcement agencies within this state;

    (3) (A) Establish minimum selection and training standards for admission to appointment as an auxiliary law enforcement officer. The standards may take into account different requirements for urban and rural areas.

    (B) However, the minimum selection and training standards for admission to appointment may not exceed those required for part-time law enforcement officers;

    (4) Establish minimum curriculum requirements for preparatory, in-service, and advanced courses and programs of schools operated by and for the training of auxiliary law enforcement officers;

    (5) Consult and cooperate with counties, municipalities, agencies of this state, other governmental agencies, and with universities, colleges, junior colleges, community colleges, and other institutions or organizations concerning the development of police training schools and programs or courses of instruction;

    (6) Approve institutions and facilities to be used by or for the state or any political subdivision thereof for the specific purpose of training law enforcement officers and recruits;

    (7) Exclude auxiliary law enforcement officers from training classes sponsored and supported by the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy;

    (8) Adopt rules and minimum standards for such schools which shall include, but not be limited to, establishing minimum:

    (A) Basic training requirements which an auxiliary law enforcement officer must satisfactorily complete before being eligible for appointment;

    (B) Course attendance and equipment requirements; and

    (C) Requirements for instructors;

    (9) Conduct review of agency records to assist any department head in complying with the provisions of this subchapter;

    (10) Adopt and amend bylaws, consistent with law, for its internal management and control; and

    (11) Enter into contracts or do such things as may be necessary and incidental to the administration of this subchapter.

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