503 KAR 1:070. Training: qualifications; application.
RELATES TO: KRS 15.330(1)(c), 15.440
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 15.330(1)(c),
NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS
15.330(1)(c) authorizes the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council to prescribe qualifications
for attendance at schools certified by the council to conduct those law
enforcement training courses required by KRS 15.440 for police officers in
order for them to gain or retain eligibility to participate in the Law
Enforcement Foundation Program Fund. This administrative regulation establishes
qualifications for attending law enforcement courses at certified schools and
procedures to be followed in applying for admission to a course.
Section 1. Admission Qualifications. A
certified school may decide what persons are qualified to enroll in its
courses. Only a police officer, as defined in KRS 15.420(2), shall gain or
retain eligibility to participate in the fund by completing a course at a
certified or recognized school.
Section 2. Falsification of Application.
Knowing or willful falsification of an application to a council-approved course
shall be justification for denying admission to the course. (11
Ky.R. 1538; eff. 5-14-1985; Am. 12 Ky.R. 1627; eff. 5-6-1986; TAm. eff.
7-9-2013; 41 Ky.R. 590; 1055; eff. 12-5-2014.)