Attorney General - Private Basic Course Training Program - Approval of training facilities.

Published: 2001-01-01

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(A) Each facility shall have available the following:

(1) A classroom with adequate heating, lighting and ventilation, that is relatively free from external distractions;

(2) A chalkboard or other marking board with chalk or equivalent;

(3) Tables and chairs or seats with arms for writing for each student;

(4) Audio-visual equipment, including but not limited to overhead projector and videocassette player or other comparable viewing apparatus;

(5) A lectern, stand or table for the instructor's use;

(6) A gymnasium or large indoor area for teaching unarmed self-defense, first aid, and other physical skills topics, supplied with appropriate safety and training equipment;

(7) Access to a commission-approved firearms range, if applicable;

(8) Restrooms that will accommodate all students; and

(9) Any other equipment or facilities as required by the executive director.

(B) Basic firearms certification or requalification courses will not require audio-visual equipment or a gymnasium or other large indoor area.

(C) Denial or revocation of approval of a training facility.

(1) The executive director may deny a request for approval of a training facility for failure to meet minimum requirements as set forth in this chapter.

(2) The executive director may revoke the approval of a training facility for failure to maintain minimum requirements as set forth in this chapter.

(3) Should the executive director deny or revoke, approval of a training facility, the executive director shall comply with rule 109:2-3-13 of the Administrative Code.