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Peace Officer Training Program:
Drug Use and Criminal History Guidelines for Admission

Approved at February 19,2014 meeting

The Executive Secretary will forward on for Board review the license application and related criminal history documentation of any person who:

  • Has been convicted of any Class B Misdemeanors or equivalent violations within the last three years regardless of any deferred imposition of sentence or post-conviction reduction.
     
  • Has been convicted of any Class A Misdemeanors or equivalent violations within the last five years regardless of any deferred imposition of sentence of post-conviction reduction.
     
  • Has ever been convicted of a Felony regardless of any deferred imposition of sentence of post-conviction reduction.
     
  • Has been convicted of any offense involving a deadly weapon (Game and Fish violations excepted after 3 years) regardless of any deferred imposition of sentence or post-conviction reduction.
     
  • Has been convicted of any drug-related offense regardless of any deferred imposition of sentence of post-conviction reduction.
     
  • Has been convicted of any offense involving crimes against a person.
     
  • Has been adjudged or convicted of criminal violations with such frequency so as to indicate a disrespect for the law and the rights of others.
     
  • Has been adjudged or convicted of traffic violations with such frequency so as to indicate a disrespect for traffic laws and disregard for the safety of others within the past three years.

In addition, anytime the Executive Secretary has identified issues in an applicant’s criminal history background that are not specific to the guidelines above, and that may have a direct bearing on their ability to perform the duties of a Peace Officer, the Executive Secretary will place that person’s application on the agenda for the Board to review.