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Peace Officer Training Program

Drug Use and Criminal History Guidelines for Admission
 

  • Class B Misdemeanor: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program who has been convicted of a Class B Misdemeanor within the past 3 years regardless as to the status of any deferred imposition of sentence or post conviction reduction. (This includes criminal traffic violations such as DUI, Driving Under Suspension, No Liability Insurance, Reckless Driving, etc.)
     
    • Minor In Possession/Consumption of Alcohol: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program if they have, post-high school-as an adult, been convicted for minor in possession or consumption of alcohol within the past 2 years regardless as to the status of any deferred imposition of sentence or post conviction reduction.
       
    • Marijuana Use: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program if they have used marijuana within the past 2 years.
       
    • Domestic Violence: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program who has ever been convicted of a crime involving domestic violence, regardless as to the status of any deferred imposition of sentence or post-conviction reduction.
       
  • Class A Misdemeanor: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program who has been convicted of a Class A Misdemeanor within the past 5 years regardless as to the status of any deferred imposition of sentence or post conviction reduction.
     
    • Class A Misdemeanor Involving Violence or Intimidation: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program if they have ever been convicted of a Class A Misdemeanor involving violence or intimidation if the crime was committed while using or possessing a firearm or dangerous weapon regardless as to the status of any deferred imposition of sentence or post conviction reduction.
       
    • Possession of Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training program if they have been in possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia, the possession of which would constitute a Class A Misdemeanor, within the past 3 years.
       
  • Felony Conviction: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program who has ever been convicted anywhere of a felony. This includes those instances where a person received a deferred imposition of sentence or where there was a post-conviction reduction in the level of offense.
     
    • Hard Drug Use: No person shall be allowed to attend the Peace Officer Training Program if they have used or possessed any illegal “hard” drug, the possession (or consumption) of which would constitute a felony under ND Law, if such use occurred post high school-as an adult within the past 7 years.

 

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