RULE §223.17 Reinstatement of a License


Published: 2015

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(a) To reinstate a suspended or probated license for
a licensee that meets current training requirements and has continually
maintained the legislatively required continuing education provided
in §217.11 of this title for the duration of the suspension or
probation, a licensee must:
  (1) make application for reinstatement in the format
currently prescribed by the commission; and
  (2) submit any required fee(s).
(b) A licensee that does not meet current training
requirements, or has failed to continually maintain the legislatively
required continuing education provided in §217.11 of this title
for the duration of the suspension or probation, must meet the following
requirements:
  (1) If less than two years from last appointment held:
    (A) meet the current licensing standards as provided
in §217.1 of this title;
    (B) successfully complete the legislatively required
continuing education as provided in §217.11 of this title; and
    (C) make application and submit any required fee(s)
in the format currently prescribed by the commission.
  (2) If two years but less than five years from last
appointment held:
    (A) meet the current licensing standards as provided
in §217.1 of this title;
    (B) successfully complete a supplementary peace officer
training course approved by the commission;
    (C) make application and submit any required fee(s)
in the format currently prescribed by the commission; and
    (D) pass the licensing exam as provided in §219.1
of this title.
  (3) If five years or more from last appointment held:
    (A) meet the current enrollment standards in §215.15
of this title;
    (B) meet the current licensing standards in §217.1
of this title;
    (C) successfully complete the basic licensing course
for the license sought;
    (D) make application and submit any required fee(s)
in the format currently prescribed by the commission; and
    (E) pass the licensing exam as provided in §219.1
of this title.
(c) The effective date of this section is July 12,
2012.


Source Note: The provisions of this §223.17 adopted to be effective July 12, 2012, 37 TexReg 4606