11 CA ADC § 1005


11 CCR s 1005

Cal. Admin. Code tit. 11, s 1005


CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
TITLE 11. LAW
DIVISION 2. COMMISSION ON PEACE OFFICER STANDARDS AND TRAINING
ARTICLE 1. GENERAL
This database is current through 12/22/06, Register 2006, No. 51.
s 1005. Minimum Standards for Training (Reference Regulation 1007
and Commission Procedure H for reserve peace officertraining
standards.)


(a) Minimum Entry-Level Training Standards (Required).

(1) Basic Course Requirement: Every peace officer, except Reserve
Levels II and III, those peace officers listed in Regulation
1005(a)(3) [peace officers whose primary duties are investigative],
and 1005(a)(4) [coroners or deputy coroners], shall complete the
Regular Basic Course before being assigned duties which include the
exercise of peace officer powers. Requirements for the Regular Basic
Course are set forth in PAM, section D-1-3.


(A) Field Training Program Requirement: Every peace officer, except
Reserve Levels II and III and those officers described in sections
(B)1-5 (below), following completion of the Regular Basic Course and
before being assigned to perform general law enforcement uniformed
patrol duties without direct and immediate supervision, shall
complete a POST-approved Field Training Program as set forth in PAM
section D-13.


(B) Exemptions to the Field Training Program Requirement: An
officer is exemptfrom the Field Training Program requirement
following completion of the Regular Basic Course:


1. While the officer's assignment remains custodial related, or


2. If the officer's employing department does not provide general
law enforcement uniformed patrol services and the department has
been granted an exemption as specified in Regulation 1004, or


3. If the officer is a lateral entry officer possessing a POST
Basic Certificate and who has either:


a) completed a POST-approved Field Training Program, or

b) one year previous experience performing general law enforcement
uniformed patrol duties, or

4. If the officer was a Level I Reserve and is appointed to a
full-time peace officer position within the same department and has
previously completed the department's entire POST-approved Field
Training Program within the last 12 months of the new appointment,
orhas the signed concurrence of the department head attesting to the
individual's competence, based upon experience and/or other field
training as a solo general law enforcement uniformed patrol officer,
or


5. If the officer's employing department has obtained approval of a
field training compliance extension request provided for in
Regulation 1004.


More specific information regarding basic training requirements is
located in Commission Procedure D-1.


(2) Every district attorney investigator or inspector (Penal Code
section 830.1), regularly employed and paid as such, in addition to
the Regular Basic Course training requirement set forth in
Regulation 1005(a)(1) shall complete a POST-certified Investigation
and Trial Preparation Course, PAM section D-14, within 12 months
from the date of appointment.


(3) Every peace officer whose primary duties are investigative,
except district attorney investigators or inspectors, shall
complete, within 12 months from the date of appointment, the Regular
Basic Course or the Specialized Investigators' Basic Course, PAM,
section D-1-5, as elected by the department head. Departments in the
following categories have been identified as primarily investigative
and may exercise the option provided in this section: 1) state
investigative agencies including the Supreme Court of California,
(2) welfare investigations, 3) welfare fraud, (4) social services,
5) human assistance/services, and 6) District Attorney child support
divisions or welfare fraud units (appointed under P.C. 830.35).


(4) Every coroner or deputy coroner [as defined in Penal Code
section 830.35(c)], regularly employed and paid as such, shall
satisfactorily complete the PC 832 Arrest and Firearms Course before
the exercise of peace officer powers. In addition to the PC 832
Arrest and Firearms Course, satisfactory completion of the
POST-certified Coroners' Death Investigation Course, PAM, Section
D-1-7, is also required within 12 months from date of appointment.
The Coroners' Death Investigation Course requirement shall only
apply to peace officer coroners hired on or after the agency enters
the POST program.


(5) Every school police officer employed by a K-12 school district
or California Community College district before July 1, 1999, in
addition to the Regular Basic Course requirement set forth in
Regulation 1005(a)(1), shall complete a POST-certified Campus Law
Enforcement Course [(Regulation 1081(a)(20)] no later than July 1,
2002. Every school police officer employed by a K-12 school district
or California Community College district after July 1, 1999, in
addition to the Regular Basic Course, shall complete a
POST-certified Campus Law Enforcement Course within two years of the
date of first appointment.


(6) Every limited function peace officer shall satisfactorily meet
the training requirements of the PC 832 Arrest and Firearms Course;
except training in the carrying and use of firearms shall not be
required when an employing agency prohibits limited function peace
officers the use of firearms.


(7) Every peace officer prior to exercising peace officer powers
shall complete the requirements of Penal Code section 832, which may
be part of the minimum basic training standard or a separately
certified course.


(b) Supervisory Course (Required).

(1) Every peace officer promoted, appointed or transferred to a
first-level supervisory position shall satisfactorily complete a
certified Supervisory Course prior to promotion or within 12 months
after the initial promotion, appointment or transfer to such
position. An officer who will be appointed within 12 months to a
first-level supervisory position or an officer assigned to a
quasi-supervisory position may attend a Supervisory Course, if
authorized by the department head. Requirements for the Supervisory
Course are set forth in PAM, section D-3.


(2) Every department participating in the POST reimbursement
program may be reimbursed for completion of the Supervisory Course
by an officer as described in (b)(1) above, provided that the
officer is full time and has been awarded or is eligible for the
award of the Basic Certificate.


(c) Management Course (Required).

(1) Every peace officer promoted, appointed or transferred to a
middle management position shall satisfactorily complete a certified
Management Course prior to promotion or within 12 months after the
initial promotion, appointment or transfer to such position. An
officer who will be appointed within 12 months to a middle
management or higher position or an officer who is assigned to a
first-level supervisory position may attend a Management Course, if
authorized by the department head. Completion of the Supervisory
Course is a prerequisite to attending the Management Course.
Requirements for the Management Course are set forth in PAM, section
D-4.


(2) Every department participating in the POST reimbursement
program may be reimbursed for completion of the Management Course by
an officer described in (c)(1) above, provided the officer is full
time and has satisfactorily completed the Supervisory Course.


(3) Every regular officer who is duly elected or appointed to the
Board of Directors or Executive Board of a local Peace Officer
Association or Deputy Sheriff Association may attend a certified
Management Course if authorized by their department head. The
officer's jurisdiction may be reimbursed following satisfactory
completion of such training provided that the officer has
satisfactorily completed the training requirements of the
Supervisory Course.


(4) Every regular officer who is duly elected or appointed to the
Board of Directors of a local Peace Officer Association or Deputy
Sheriff Association and is on 100% release from their organization
may attend the Management Course without prior approval of their
department head.


(d) Continuing Professional Training (CPT) (Required). CPT is required for
certain peace officer and dispatcher personnel who are employed by POST
participating departments. The purpose of CPT is to maintain, update,
expand, and/or enhance an individual's knowledge and/or skills. CPT is
training that exceeds the training required to meet or requalify in
entry-level minimum standards. Qualifying and non-qualifying courses are
described in subsection (d)(4) below.

(1) Requirement: Every peace officer other than a Level III Reserve
Peace Officer, Public Safety Dispatcher, and Public Safety Dispatch
Supervisor shall satisfactorily complete the CPT requirement of 24
or more hours of POST-qualifying training during every two-year CPT
cycle, based on a permanent CPT Anniversary Date as specified in
subsection (d)(2) below.


Effective January 1, 2002, certain peace officers in specific duty
assignments must satisfy a portion of the CPT requirement by
completing Perishable Skills and Communications training as
specified in (d)(5) below.


(2) CPT Anniversary Date Defined: The CPT Anniversary Date is a
permanently-established month/day date that is based on the first
qualifyingappointment date (month/day/year) to any qualifying
California peace officer or dispatcher position identified in (d)(1)
above. The peace officer or dispatcher position must be with a
department that is, or is eligible to be, a POST-participating
department. Reference Penal Code sections 13510(a) or (c) or 13510.5
for department eligibility and POST Regulation 1010 for the process
for becoming a POST-participating department.


The date used to establish the CPT Anniversary Date will be the
first qualifyingappointment date recorded on the individual's POST
profile (employment/training record) as submitted by the first
POST-participating department.


(3) Determination of Two-Year Cycle: The beginning date for the
two-year CPT cycle starts with, and repeats based upon, an
individual's CPT Anniversary Date.


(A) CPT Cycle Start: Effective August 1, 2005, the CPT Anniversary
Date is used to start a peace officer's or dispatcher's CPT training
cycle. The actual CPT cycle will start only afterthe employing
department is an authorized participant in the POST Program.


(1) One Time Transition Period. For purposes of implementing the
CPT Anniversary Date, a transition period, with no CPT requirement,
is granted to all personnel appointed to any California peace
officer or dispatcher position identified in (d)(1) above whose
first qualifying appointment date is prior to August 1, 2005 and
whose CPT Anniversary Date is not August 1. This one-time transition
period is the time period between August 1, 2005 and the first
subsequent occurrence of the CPT Anniversary date for each
individual. No transition periods are authorized beyond July 31,
2006. Note: For example, an individual with a CPT Anniversary date
of August 1 will have no transition period before the CPT Cycle
starts. An individual with a CPT Anniversary date of August 2 will
have a transition period of one day, between August 1-August 2,
2005, before the CPT Cycle starts. However, an individual with a CPT
Anniversary date of July 31 will have a transition period of one
year, between August 1, 2005 and July 31, 2006, before the CPT Cycle
begins.


(2) First-Time Appointments: A one-time grace period of twelve
months, with no CPT requirements, is granted when an individual is
appointed for the first time to one of the above (d)(1) positions.
This one-time grace period is the time period between the
individual's first qualifying appointment date and the first
occurrence of the individual's CPT Anniversary Date. It is granted
to allow completion of entry-level requirements that do not count
towards CPT.


(3) Reappointment/Lateral Transfers: A grace period, with no CPT
requirement, is granted for an individual rehired into one of the
above (d)(1) positions with the same department or who transfers to
a different department. This grace period is the time between the
date reappointedand the next cycle CPT Anniversary Date. It is
granted to allow the two-year CPT cycle to be re-synchronized to the
permanent CPT Anniversary Date within twelve months following the
reappointment date.


In the case of a lateral transfer, the new appointing department is
not responsible for any CPT cycles at the individual's last
department, regardless of whether the CPT cycle is partial or
complete. The new department will be audited using the officer or
dispatcher's next complete CPT cycle afterthe new lateral
appointment date. Note:Although the month and day of the CPT
Anniversary Date is always the same, the odd or even yearcycle could
change, resulting in a new 24-month period. For example, an
individual with a CPT Anniversary Date of June 10, and an even
yearCPT cycle of 2000-2002-2004, leaves law enforcement service.
Upon reinstatement in April 2007, this individual's permanent CPT
Anniversary Date of June 10 remains, but the 24- month cycle changes
to an odd-yearcycle of 2007-2009-2011.


(B) Status Changes: As the CPT Anniversary Date is a permanently
assigned month/day date, it does not change with status changes
within a peace officer or dispatcher classification series (e.g.,
promotion, lateral transfer, probation, military leave or
administrative leave, etc.)


(C) Different Classifications: Peace officers and dispatchers are
separate personnel classifications with different skill sets, and as
such, require separate appointment dates and, therefore, different
CPT Anniversary Dates, CPT cycles, and CPT requirements.


(D) Dual Employment: In some situations, an individual may have
dual employment as a peace officer/peace officer, a
dispatcher/dispatcher, or as a peace officer anda dispatcher.


1. Within the same classification: (e.g., a peace officer working
concurrently for two departments). In such cases, the CPT
Anniversary Date is set from the firstpeace officer appointment date
as stated in (2) above. The same requirement applies to a dispatcher
working for two departments simultaneously. Either individual shall
only be held to one CPT cycle although having dual jobs in the same
classification (i.e., dispatcher/dispatcher classification).


2. Within two different classifications: (e.g., a peace officer who
is also a dispatcher) whether within the same or different
departments. In such cases, the CPT Anniversary Dates, CPT cycles,
and CPT training hour requirements remain separate for the peace
officer job and the dispatcher job. This individual shall be
responsible for twoCPT cycles. The CPT training must be job-related
to qualify. See the examples in (D)(3) below.


3. Dual CPT Credit: POST-certified training courses attended by an
individual in dual employment, such as a peace officer and
dispatcher, may count for CPT credit for both
positions/classifications ifthe training course is job related for
both a peace officer and a dispatcher. For example, a Tactical
Shotgun course would notqualify as CPT for dispatchers. A Missing
Persons course is job-related for both dispatcher and peace officer
classifications and wouldqualify for dual CPT credit.


(E) CPT Training in Excess of 24 Hours: POST-qualifying CPT
training in excess of 24 hours during a two-year cycle shall not be
credited toward any future or prior CPT cycles.


(F) POST Profile Employment Record: The permanent CPT Anniversary
Date assigned by POST will be displayed on the individual's POST
Profile. If POST cannot accurately establish an individual's initial
appointment date pursuant to 2(A) above, POST may use the first
qualifyingappointment date to the first POST-participating
department to establish a permanent CPT Anniversary Date. The
POST-assigned CPT Anniversary Date will only be used for purposes of
CPT regulations.


(4) Qualifying and Non-Qualifying Training. The above CPT
requirement is met by satisfactory completion of one or more
POST-certified courses totaling a minimum of 24 hours, as referenced
below.


(A) While recommended topics for CPT are listed in PAM section D-2,
POST-certified training courses may be used for CPT credit, with the
exception of the following POST-certified courses thatdo not qualify
for CPT:


Regular Basic Course Field Training Program Investigation and Trial
Preparation Course Specialized Investigators' Basic Course PC 832,
Arrest and Firearms Course Coroners' Death Investigation Course
Campus Law Enforcement Course Aviation Security Course Reserve Level
III Module Reserve Level II Module Reserve Level I Module Public
Safety Dispatcher's Basic Course POST Requalification Course POST
Workshops (those designed to provide input or advice to POST) Field
Management Training Team Building Workshops


(B) The CPT requirement may be satisfied by an alternative method
of compliance as determined by the Commission, i.e., Commission
selected non-POST certified courses, Reference Regulation 1060 and
PAM section D-2-3.


(5) Perishable Skills/Communications Requirements for CPT.
Effective January 1, 2002, all peace officers (except reserve
officers) below the middle management position and assigned to
patrol, traffic, or investigation who routinely effect the physical
arrest of criminal suspects are required to complete Perishable
Skills and Communications training. In-lieu of completing the
training, the requirement may be met by successfully passing a
presenter-developed test that measures the approved training
objectives.


(A) Perishable Skills training shall consist of a minimum of 12
hours in each two-year period. Of the total 12 hours required, a
minimum of 4 hours of each of the three following topical areas
shall be completed:


1. Arrest and Control


2. Driver Training/Awareness or Driving Simulator*


3. Tactical Firearms* or Force Options Simulator


*Reference Commission Procedure D-2 for minimum requirements.


(B) Communications training, either tactical or interpersonal,
shall consist of a minimum of 2 hours in each two-year period as
specified in Commission Procedure D-2.


It is recommended that managers and executives complete, within
their two-year compliance cycle, two hours of CPT devoted to updates
in the perishable skills topical areas enumerated above.


(C) Exemptions. Agencies may request an exemption from all or part
of the Perishable Skills and Communications training requirement.
Agencies must request an exemption in writing and provide an
attestation that their peace officers do not carry firearms, or they
infrequently interact with or effect physical arrests of criminal
suspects, or do not utilize marked emergency vehicles during normal
course of business.


(e) Executive Development Course (Optional).

(1) The Executive Development Course is designed for department
heads and their executive staff positions. An officer who will be
appointed within 12 months to a department head or executive
position may attend the Executive Development Course, provided the
officer has satisfactorily completed the Management Course.
Requirements for the Executive Development Course are set forth in
PAM, section D-5.


(2) Every department participating in the POST reimbursement
program may be reimbursed for completion of the Executive
Development Course by an officer as described in (e)(1) above,
provided the officer is full time and has satisfactorily completed
the Management Course.


(3) The Executive Director may waive the Management Course
completion prerequisite for a chief executive who has completed
training comparable to a POST Management Course. The application and
evaluation processes are described in PAM Section D-15, Management
Course Prerequisite Waiver Process for Attending the Executive
Development Course.


(f) Legislatively Mandated Training.

(1) Specific training mandated by the legislature is specified in
Regulation 1081.


(g) Field Management Training (Optional).

(1) Field Management Training is designed to assist in the solution
of specific management problems within individual Regular Program
departments.


(2) Requirements for Field Management Training are set forth in
PAM, section D-9.


(h) Records Supervisor Training (Required only for records supervisors
applying for Records Supervisor Certificate).

To be eligible for the award of a Records Supervisor Certificate, a law
enforcement records supervisor shall satisfactorily complete the following
POST-certified courses:

(1) Public Records Act (minimum 16 hours); and


(2) Records Supervisor Course (minimum 40 hours).


Additional requirements for award of the Records Supervisor
certificate are specified in Commission Procedure F-6, which is
incorporated by reference into Commission Regulation 1011.


PAM section D-1-1 adopted effective September 26, 1990 and amended
January 14, 1994, August 7, 1996, January 1, 2001, January 1, 2004,
and September 15, 2004 is herein incorporated by reference.


PAM section D-1-2 adopted effective September 26, 1990 and amended
January 11, 1992, January 14, 1994, August 7, 1996, February 13,
1997, September 25, 1998, January 1, 2004, September 15, 2004, and
August 26, 2006.


PAM section D-1-3 adopted effective April 15, 1982, and amended
January 24, 1985, September 26, 1990, January 14, 1994, July 16,
1994, December 16, 1994, August 16, 1995, August 7, 1996, November
27, 1996, February 22, 1997, August 16, 1997, December 4, 1997,
January 1, 2001, January 1, 2002, April 10, 2002, January 1, 2004,
September 15, 2004 and January 1, 2006 is herein incorporated by
reference.


PAM section D-1-4 adopted effective October 20, 1983, and amended
September 26, 1990, October 27, 1991, January 14, 1994, May 7, 1995,
July 21, 2000, January 1, 2001, July 1, 2002, September 15, 2004 and
January 1, 2006 is herein incorporated by reference.


PAM Section D-1-6 adopted effective February 4, 1993 is herein
incorporated by reference.


PAM section D-1-7 adopted effective January 1, 2004, and amended
September 15, 2004 and January 1, 2006 is herein incorporated by
reference.


PAM section D-2 adopted effective April 15, 1982, and amended
January 24, 1985, July 1, 2000, September 11, 2000, November 11,
2000, January 1, 2002, September 12, 2002, May 7, 2003, August 7,
2003, January 29, 2004, September 12, 2005, and August 26, 2006 is
herein incorporated by reference.


PAM section D-3 adopted effective April 15, 1982, and amended
October 20, 1983, January 29, 1988, and March 8, 2003 is herein
incorporated by reference.


PAM section D-4 adopted effective April 15, 1982 and amended
November 2, 2000 and January 20, 2006 is herein incorporated by
reference.


PAM section D-13 adopted effective June 15, 1990 and amended
February 22, 1996, January 1, 1999, and July 1, 2004, is herein
incorporated by reference.


PAM section D-14 adopted effective January 1, 2002 and amended
January 1, 2006, is herein incorporated by reference.


PAM section D-15 adopted effective January 20, 2006 is herein
incorporated by reference.


PAM section H-3 adopted effective June 15, 1990, and amended
effective July 1, 1992, is herein incorporated by reference.


The document,Training Specifications for the Investigation and
Trial Preparation Course, adopted January 1, 2002, is herein
incorporated by reference.


The POST Basic Academy Physical Conditioning Manual (February 1990)
adopted effective September 26, 1990, and amended and retitled to
(1996) on February 22, 1997, is herein incorporated by reference.


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, July 1, 2002, January 1,
2003, January 1, 2004, August 15, 2004, September 15, 2004, July 1,
2005 and January 1, 2006 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.

Note: Authority cited: Sections 832.3, 832.6, 13503, 13506,
13510, 13510.3, 13510.5 and 13519.8, Penal Code. Reference: Sections
832, 832.3, 832.3(f) and (h), 832.6, 13506, 13510, 13510.3, 13510.5,
13511, 13513, 13514, 13516, 13517, 13519.8, 13520 and 13523, Penal
Code.

HISTORY

1. Renumbering of former subsections (a)(5) and (a)(6) to subsections
(a)(6)
and (a)(7), and new subsection (a)(5) filed 12-18-89; operative 1-17-90
(Register 89, No. 51). For prior history, see Register 88, No. 3.

2. Amendment of subsection (g)(2) filed 4-26-90; operative 5-26-90
(Register
90, No. 21).

3. Amendment filed 5-16-90; operative 6-15-90 (Register 90, No. 21).

4. Amendment of subsection (a) and PAM sections D-1-3, D-1-4, D-1-5, and
D-1-6
and the adoption and incorporation by reference of PAM D-1-1, D-1-2, the
POST
Basic Academy Physical Conditioning Manual (February 1990), and
Performance
Objectives for the POST Basic Course - 1989, filed 8-27-90; operative
9-26-90
(Register 90, No. 42).

5. Amendment of Performance Objectives for the POST Basic Course (1989)
filed
5-30-91; operative 6-29-91 (Register 91, No. 28).

6. Amendment filed 9-27-91; operative 10-28-91 (Register 91, No. 51).

7. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) filed 12-12-91; operative 1-13-92
(Register
92, No. 9).

8. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) filed 12-23-91; operative 7-1-92
(Register
92, No. 19).

9. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) filed 9-28-92; operative 10-28-92
(Register
92, No. 40).

10. New subsection (a)(5), subsection renumbering, and adoption and
incorporation by reference of PAM D-1-8 filed 1-5-93; operative 2-4-93
(Register 93, No. 2).

11. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) and adoption and incorporation by
reference
of document Performance Objectives for the POST Basic Course filed
3-29-93;
operative 4-28-93 (Register 93, No. 14).

12. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) and incorporated by reference of
Commission
Procedure D-1 filed 12-15-93; operative 1-14-94 (Register 93, No. 51).

13. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) and documents PAM section D-1-3 and
Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course incorporated by reference
filed 6-
16-94; operative 7-16-94 (Register 94, No. 24).

14. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) and documents PAM section D-1-3 and
Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course incorporated by reference
filed 11-
16-94; operative 12-16-94 (Register 94, No. 46).

15. Amendment of subsection (a)(4), amendment of PAM section D-1-6
(incorporated by reference), and repealer and new document,Training
Specifications for the Specialized Investigators' Basic Course -
1995(incorporated by reference), filed 4-7-95; operative 5-8-95 (Register
95,
No. 14).

16. Amendment of subsections (d)(1)-(2) filed 4-17-95; operative 5-17-95
(Register 95, No. 16).

17. Amendment of document,Training Specifications for the Regular Basic
Course(incorporated by reference) filed 7-13-95; operative 8-12-95
(Register
95, No. 28).

18. Amendment of document,Training Specifications for the Regular Basic
Course(incorporated by reference) filed 7-17-95; operative 8-16-95
(Register
95, No. 29).

19. Amendment of document,Training Specification for the Regular Basic
Course(incorporated by reference) filed 7-24-95; operative 8-23-95
(Register
95, No. 30).

20. Amendment of document,Training Specification for the Regular Basic
Course(incorporated by reference) filed 7-25-95; operative 8-24-95
(Register
95, No. 30).

21. Amendment of document,Training Specifications for the Regular Basic
Course(incorporated by reference) and Notefiled 8-21-95; operative 9-20-95

(Register 95, No. 34).

22. Amendment of document,Training Specifications for the Regular Basic
Course(incorporated by reference) filed 10-11-95; operative 11-10-95
(Register
95, No. 41).

23. Amendment of penultimate paragraph and amendment of document, Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 1-
18-96; operative 2-17-96 (Register 96, No. 3).

24. Amendment of subsection (d)(1), PAM section D-13 (incorporated by
reference) and Notefiled 1-23-96; operative 2-22-96 (Register 96, No. 4).

25. Amendment of penultimate paragraph and amendment of document, Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 2-
28-96; operative 3-29-96 (Register 96, No. 9).

26. Amendment of subsections (a)(3)-(5), repealer of PAM section D-1-5 and
PAM
section renumbering (incorporated by reference) and amendment of Notefiled
4-2-
96; operative 5-2-96 (Register 96, No. 14).

27. Amendment of penultimate paragraph and amendment of document,Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 4-
17-96; operative 5-17-96 (Register 96, No. 16).

28. Amendment of PAM sections D-1-1, D-1-2 and D-1-3 (incorporated by
reference), and adoption of theTraining Specifications for the Reserve
Module
"D" - 1995(incorporated by reference) filed 7-8-96; operative 8-7-96
(Register
96, No. 28).

29. Amendment of PAM section D-1-3 (incorporated by reference) and
amendment
ofPost Administrative Manual, Commission Procedure D-1, (incorporated by
reference) filed 10-28-96; operative 11-27-96 (Register 96, No. 44).

30. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of
document,Training
Specification for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 11-
13-96; operative 12-13-96 (Register 96, No. 46).

31. Amendment of subsection (d)(2) filed 11-20-96; operative 12-20-96
(Register
96, No. 47).

32. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of
document,Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 1-
13-97; operative 2-12-97 (Register 97, No. 3).

33. Amendment of subsection (h)(2) and PAM section D-1-2 (incorporated by
reference) filed 1-14-97; operative 2-13-97 (Register 97, No. 3).

34. Amendment of subsection (j)(2), PAM section D-1-3 (incorporated by
reference), andThe POST Basic Academy Physical Conditioning
Manual(incorporated
by reference) filed 1-23-97; operative 2-22-97 (Register 97, No. 4).

35. Change without regulatory effect amending subsection (j)(2) and PAM
section
D-1-3 (incorporated by reference) filed 2-13-97; operative 3-15-97
pursuant
to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 97, No.
7).

36. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of
document,Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 4-
16-97; operative 5-16-97 (Register 97, No. 16).

37. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of
document,Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 6-
5-97; operative 7-5-97 (Register 97, No. 23).

38. Amendment of subsection (j)(2) and PAM section D-1-3 (incorporated by
reference) filed 7-17-97; operative 8-16-97 (Register 97, No. 29).

39. Amendment of last paragraph and amendment of the document,Training
Specifications for the Reserve Training Module "D"(incorporated by
reference)
filed 7-25-97; operative 8-24-97 (Register 97, No. 30).

40. Amendment of subsections (j)(2) and PAM section D-1-3 (incorporated by
reference) filed 11-4-97; operative 12-4-97 (Register 97, No. 45).

41. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of
documentTraining
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed
12-15-97; operative 1-14-97 (Register 97, No. 51).

42. New subsections (k)-(k)(2) and amendment of Notefiled 1-9-98;
operative 2-
8-98 (Register 98, No. 2).

43. Editorial correction of subsection (k)(2) (Register 98, No. 9).

44. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of
document,Training
Specifications for the Regular Basic Course(incorporated by reference)
filed 3-
12-98; operative 4-11-98 (Register 98, No. 11).

45. Editorial change amending History35 (Register 98, No. 20).

46. Amendment of subsections (a)-(a)(1) and (a)(1)(C) and (D), new
subsections
(a)(2)-(a)(2)(D), subsection renumbering, amendment of newly designated
subsections (a)(3)-(5) and (a)(9), amendment of subsection (k)(2), and
amendment of Form 2-229 and PAM section D-13 (incorporated by reference)
filed
7-15-98; operative 1-1-99 (Register 98, No. 29).

47. Editorial correction of History46 (Register 98, No. 35).

48. Amendment of subsections (a)(3) and (k)(2) and PAM section D-1-4
(incorporated by reference) filed 8-25-98; operative 9-24-98 (Register 98,

No. 35).

49. Amendment of last paragraph and amendment of document,Training
Specifications for the Reserve Training Module "D"(incorporated by
reference)
filed 8-27-98; operative 9-26-98 (Register 98, No. 35).

50. Amendment of antepenultimate and last paragraphs and amendment of
document,
Training Specifications for the Reserve Training Module "D"(incorporated
by
reference) filed 10-27-98; operative 11-26-98 (Register 98, No. 44).

51. Amendment of subsections (g)-(g)(2) filed 3-22-99; operative 4-21-99
(Register 99, No. 13).

52. Amendment of subsections (d)(1)-(2), repealer of subsection (d)(3),
new
subsections (d)(3)-(4), subsection renumbering, repealer of subsections
(f)-
(f)(2) and (h)-(h)(2), subsection relettering, and amendment of PAM
section D-
2 (incorporated by reference) filed 8-19-99; operative 7-1-2000 (Register
99,
No. 34).

53. Amendment of PAM section D-1-5 and amendment of documentTraining
Specifications for the Specialized Investigators' Basic Course(both
incorporated by reference) filed 7-21-2000; operative 7-21-2000 pursuant
to
Government Code section 11343.4(d) (Register 2000, No. 29).

54. Amendment of section heading, section and Notefiled 8-10-2000;
operative 9-
9-2000 (Register 2000, No. 32).

55. Amendment of subsection (h)(2) and PAM section D-4 (incorporated by
reference) filed 10-3-2000; operative 11-2-2000 (Register 2000, No. 40).

56. Amendment of subsections (d)(2) and (h)(2) and PAM section D-2
(incorporated by reference) filed 10-12-2000; operative 11-11-2000
(Register
2000, No. 41).

57. Amendment of PAM sections D-1-1, D-1-3 and D-1-5 (incorporated by
reference), repealer and new antepenultimate paragraph and replacement of
the
documentTraining Specifications for the Regular Basic Coursewith the new
documentTraining and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic
Courses(incorporated by reference) and amendment of last two paragraphs
filed
12-29-2000; operative 1-1-2001 pursuant to
Government Code section11343.4(d) (Register 2000, No. 52).

58. Amendment of PAM section D-1-3 (incorporated by reference) filed
1-3-2001;
operative 1-1-2002 (Register 2001, No. 1).

59. Amendment of subsection (d)(2) and amendment of PAM section D-2
(incorporated by reference) filed 5-22-2001; operative 1-1-2002 (Register
2001, No. 21).

60. New subsections (c)(3)-(4) filed 8-2-2001; operative 9-1-2001
(Register
2001, No. 31).

61. Editorial correction of document titles in penultimate and
antepenultimate
paragraphs (Register 2001, No. 33).

62. Amendment of antepenultimate paragraph and amendment of
documentTraining
and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses(incorporated by
reference) filed 8-16-2001; operative 10-1-2001 (Register 2001, No. 33).

63. Editorial correction of subsection (h)(2) (Register 2001, No. 38).

64. Repealer of PAM section D-1-4, renumbering of PAM sections, new PAM
section
D-14 and new documentTraining Specifications for the Investigation and
Trial
Preparation Course(all incorporated by reference) filed 10-17-2001;
operative
1-1-2002 (Register 2001, No. 42).

65. Amendment of PAM section D-1-3 and amendment of the document,Training
and
Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses(both incorporated
by
reference) and amendment of the antepenultimate paragraph filed 12-5-2001;
operative 1-1-2002 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register
2001, No. 49). 66. Change without regulatory effect amending subsection
(d)(2) and PAM section D-2 (incorporated by reference) filed 1-14-2002
pursuant
to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2002,
No. 3).

66. Change without regulatory effect amending subsection (d)(2) and PAM
section
D-2 (incorporated by reference) filed 1-14-2002 pursuant to
section 100,title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2002, No.
3).

67. Amendment of PAM section D-1-3 (incorporated by reference) and
repealer of
the documentTraining Specifications for the Reserve Training Module "D" -
Modular Format(incorporated by reference) filed 3-11-2002; operative
4-10-2002
(Register 2002, No. 11).

68. Amendment of penultimate paragraph and amendment of 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).

69. Amendment of subsection (h)(2), amendment of PAM section D-1-4,
amendment
of the document,Training and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer
Basic
Coursesand elimination of the document,Training Specifications for the
Specialized Investigators' Basic Course(all incorporated by reference)
filed 5-
21-2002; operative 7-1-2002 (Register 2002, No. 21).

70. Amendment of subsection (h)(2) and amendment of Learning Domains #23
and
#36 within the document,Training and Testing Specifications for Peace
Officer
Basic Courses(incorporated by reference) filed 5-24-2002; operative
7-1-2002
(Register 2002, No. 21).

71. Amendment of subsection (h)(2) and amendment of PAM section D-2
(incorporated by reference) filed 8-13-2002; operative 9-12-2002 (Register
2002, No. 33).

72. Amendment of subsections (a) and (a)(1)(A), redesignation and
amendment of
portion of subsection (a)(1)(A) and subsections (a)(1)(A)1.-4. as new
subsections (a)(1)(B)-(a)(1)(B)5., amendment of PAM section D-13
(incorporated
by reference) and repealer of thePOST Field Training Guide(incorporated by
reference) filed 10-7-2002; operative 7-1-2003 (Register 2002, No. 41).

73. Amendment of last paragraph and amendment of documentTraining and
Testing
Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses(incorporated by reference)
filed
11-26-2002; operative 1-1-2003 (Register 2002, No. 48).

74. Amendment of PAM section D-3 (incorporated by reference) and amendment
of
subsection (h) filed 2-6-2003; operative 3-8-2003 (Register 2003, No. 6).

75. Amendment of subsections (d)(1)-(4) and (h)(2) and amendment of PAM
section
D-2 (incorporated by reference) filed 4-7-2003; operative 5-7-2003
(Register
2003, No. 15).

76. Amendment of subsection (h)(2) and amendment of PAM section D-13
(incorporated by reference) filed 5-5-2003 as an emergency; operative
5-5-2003
(Register 2003, No. 19). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted
to
OAL by 9-2-2003 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law
on
the following day.

77. Amendment of subsection (d)(3) filed 7-8-2003; operative 8-7-2003
(Register
2003, No. 28).

78. Amendment of subsections (a)(4), (a)(6), (h)(2) and PAM sections D-1-1
and
D-1-3, new PAM section D-1-7 (PAM sections incorporated by reference) and
amendment of last paragraph filed 8-21-2003; operative 1-1-2004 (Register
2003, No. 34).

79. Editorial correction inserting inadvertently omitted text in
subsection
(a)(1)(B)4. and correcting History 76 (Register 2003, No. 40).

80. Certificate of Compliance as to 5-5-2003 order, including amendment of
subsections (a), (a)(1)(B)1.b) and (a)(1)(B)4., transmitted to OAL
8-26-2003
and filed 10-7-2003 (Register 2003, No. 41).

81. Amendment of last paragraph and further amendment of version of
documentTraining and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic
Courseseffective 1-1-2004 (incorporated by reference) filed 11-13-2003;
operative 1-1-2004 (Register 2003, No. 46).

82. Amendment of subsection (d)(3) and amendment of Commission Procedure
D-2
(incorporated by reference) filed 12-30-2003; operative 1-29-2004
(Register
2004, No. 1).

83. Amendment of last paragraph and amendment of documentTraining and
Testing
Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses(incorporated by reference)
filed
7-7-2004; operative 8-15-2004 (Register 2004, No. 28).

84. Amendment of PAM sections D-1-1, D-1-2, D-1-3, D-1-4 and D-1-7,
amendment
of last paragraph and amendment of documentTraining and Testing
Specifications
for Peace Officer Basic Courses(incorporated by reference) filed
8-26-2004;
operative 9-15-2004 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register
2004, No. 35).

85. Amendment of last paragraph and amendment of documentTraining 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).

86. Amendment of subsections (d)-(d)(1), new subsections (d)(2)-(3)(F),
subsection renumbering and amendment of newly designated subsections
(d)(4)-
(d)(5)(C) filed 8-1-2005; operative 8-1-2005 pursuant to
Government Codesection 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 31).

87. Amendment of PAM section D-2 (incorporated by reference) and amendment
of
subsection (h)(2) filed 8-12-2005; operative 9-11-2005 (Register 2005, No.
32).

88. Amendment of PAM sections D-1-3, D-1-4, D-1-7 and D-14 and
documentTraining
and Testing Specifications for Peace Officer Basic Courses, new
documentInstructor's Guide to Learning Activities for Leadership, Ethics
and
Community PolicingDecember 2005(all incorporated by reference) and
amendment of
subsection (h)(2) filed 12-22-2005; operative 1-1-2006 pursuant to
Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 51).

89. New subsection (e)(3), new PAM section D-15 (incorporated by
reference) and
amendment of subsection (h)(2) filed 1-19-2006; operative 1-20-2006
pursuant
to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 3).

90. Amendment of PAM sections D-1-2 and D-2 (incorporated by reference)
and
amendment of subsection (h)(2) filed 7-27-2006; operative 8-26-2006
(Register
2006, No. 30).

11 CCR s 1005, 11 CA ADC s 1005
1CAC

11 CA ADC s 1005

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