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                                      BULLETIN
                                   An Idaho POST Academy Publication

Michael N. Becar                                                                                               August 2005 Vol. 3
Executive Director                                                                                    http://www.idaho-post.org


   POST Council Members                     POST Toasts Special Eight!
 COUNCIL CHAIRMAN
 Jerry Hubbs
 Chief, American Falls PD             As Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Acad-
                                      emy celebrates its 35th year, we raise a toast to eight
 VICE CHAIRMAN                        very special team members. Their combined dedication
 Jon Heggen                           and expertise have guided and supported POST
 Chief of Enforcement,
 Department of Fish & Game            through the past 6—26 years of change and success.
                                      We need them—and thank them!
 Gary Aman
 Sheriff, Owyhee County

 Tom Beauclair - Director
 Dept. of Correction
                                           Michael N. Becar—26 years
 Stephen Bywater

                                             Patricia Christy—20 years
 Chief, Criminal Law Division
 Attorney General’s Office

 Dan Chadwick
 Executive Director
 Idaho Association of Counties                     Larry McGhee—15 years
                                               Laura Johansen—14 years
 R. Dan Charboneau, Colonel
 Director, Idaho State Police

 Leland Devore
 Chief, Twin Falls PD

 Ken Harward
                                                      Doug Graves—12 years
 Executive Director
 Association of Idaho Cities
                                                    Tamara Kelly—8 years
 Brent Reinke, Director

                                          Jacqueline Mabey—6 years
 Dept. of Juvenile Corrections

 Byron Stommel
 Sheriff, Bonneville County

 Dominic Venturi, SSRA                                John Parmann—6 years
 Federal Bureau Investigations

 Rocky Watson
 Sheriff, Kootenai County                     I know the price of success: dedication, hard work, and an unremitting
                                               devotion to the things you want to see happen. —Frank Lloyd Wright
 Dan Weaver
 Chief, Moscow PD
                                              We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.
 David Young                                                                            —Winston Churchill
 Prosecuting Attorney
 Canyon County

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       IDAHO PEACE OFFICER STANDARDS                              AND      TRAINING ACADEMY STAFF

Mike Becar        Executive Director—(208) 884-7251—mike.becar@post.idaho.gov
===========================================================================
Ann Bailey        Juvenile Academies Assistant—884-7326—ann.bailey@post.idaho.gov
Bob Egan          Reserve Training Coordinator—884-7341—bob.egan@post.idaho.gov
Christy Colucci   Support Staff—Front Desk—884-7250—christy.colucci@post.idaho.gov
Craig Rhom        Reserve Academy Coordinator—884-7341—craig.rhom@post.idaho.gov
Dee Ann Palmer    Academy Coordinator—884-7260—deeann.palmer@post.idaho.gov
Denise Gibbs      Academy Coordinator—884-7256—denise.gibbs@post.idaho.gov
Doris Hayward     Training Associate—884-7320—doris.hayward@post.idaho.gov
Doug Graves       Deputy Director—884-7049—doug.graves@post.idaho.gov
Doug Tangen       Academy Coordinator—884-7255—doug.tangen@post.idaho.gov
Ed Parker         Special Investigator—884-7324—parkerpi@mindspring.com
Jackie Mabey      Region 3 Assistant—237-6633—jackie.mabey@post.idaho.gov
James Quintana    Academy Coordinator—884-7318—james.quintana@post.idaho.gov
Janie Kirtley     Region 2 Assistant—884-7322—janie.kirtley@post.idaho.gov
Jil Nichols       Academy Coordinator—884-7327—jil.nichols@post.idaho.gov
John Parmann      Training Manager—884-7339—john.parmann@post.idaho.gov
Jolene Robles     Support Staff—Scanning—884-7316—jolene.robles@post.idaho.gov
Karen Watson      IT Staff—IT Info. Sys. Tech., Senior—884-7315—karen.watson@post.idaho.gov
Kelly Lundquist   Region 1 Assistant—769-1420—kelly.lundquist@post.idaho.gov
Kerry LaFramboise Academy Coordinator—884-7335—kerry.laframboise@post.idaho.gov
Larry McGhee      Region 2 Training Coordinator—884-7252—larry.mcghee@post.idaho.gov
Laura Johansen    Support Staff—Certifications—884-7254—laura.johansen@post.idaho.gov
Marcy Chadwell    Juvenile Academies Coordinator—884-7323—marcy.chadwell@post.idaho.gov
Marti Monk        Grants Staff—SRO Training—884-7321—marti.monk@post.idaho.gov
Michael Wright    Special Investigator—884-7324—mike.wright@post.idaho.gov
Mindy Peper       Grants Staff—MD Teams—884-7257—mindy.peper@post.idaho.gov
Rory Olsen        Region 3 Training Coordinator—237-1505—rory.olsen@post.idaho.gov
Tammy Kelly       Dorm Manager—884-7292—tamara.kelly@post.idaho.gov
Trish Christy     Management Assistant—884-7253—trish.christy@post.idaho.gov
To-be-determined Region 1 Training Coordinator—769-1420—@post.idaho.gov
To-be-determined Training Associate—884-7xxx—@post.idaho.gov




    Dorm Reservations:
                                                       —two new POST web site links—
        208-884-7292
    Fax Numbers:                                                    Vo-Tech Programs
                                            http://www.idaho-post.org/certifications/Votechprograms.html
    (Region-1) 208-666-6735
    (Region-2) 208-884-7295                                      and Vo-Tech Packets
                                            http://www.idaho-post.org/Forms/Challenge/Votechpacket.html
    (Region-3) 208-237-1576

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    Congratulations, John Parmann—Training Manager!

John is relocating to Meridian to assume the management of all basic
academy programs effective July 1, 2005. John joined POST April 1999 as                       2005 DATES TO REMEMBER
a Regional Training Specialist, retired from Glendale PD in California. John
also worked for Beverly Hills PD and LAPD and his LE assignments                           BASIC PATROL ACADEMY
included Communications, Detention, Traffic Accident Investigator, Motor                   #147—Jul 25—Sep 30
Traffic Officer, Air support Observer, Pilot, and Chief Pilot/Training Officer.            #148—Oct 10—Dec 16
In 1997, 1998, and 1999 he received Higgins & Langley award for Swift
Water Rescue Program Development from National Assoc. of Search and
                                                                                           BASIC DETENTION ACADEMY
Rescue. John served on LA County Multi-Agency Swift Water Rescue
Task Force, and California Office of Emergency Services developing pro-                    #37—Jun 20—Jul 22
cedures and training personnel for emergency water response. In 1999 he                    #38—Oct 17—Nov 18
received the award for heroism from the City of Glendale. He holds Cali-
fornia Advanced and Idaho Masters POST Certification along with F.A.A.                     TRANSITION ACADEMY
Certified Flight Instructor/Commercial Helicopter Pilots License with over                 #4—Oct 3—Oct 14
8,000 hours of accident-free flight experience. John was elected to 3 terms
as a Board Member of Professional Helicopter Pilot’s Association of Cali-
                                                                                           JUVENILE PROBATION
fornia where he performed duties on several committees including Safety
Awareness, Membership Development, Airport noise abatement, and LA                         CHALLENGE ACADEMY
International Airport Redevelopment Committee and received a Commu-                        #7—Sept. 12—30
nity Service Award from Helicopter Association International. John served
with U.S. Army with 2 tours of duty in Vietnam. He earned an Associates                    JUVENILE DETENTION
Degree in Administration of Justice from LA Valley College, studied Sys-                   ACADEMY
tems and Safety Management at University of Southern California and
attended Intermountain Law Enforcement Executive Command College.                          #13—Nov 27—Dec 9

                                                                                           RESERVE ACADEMY
                                                                                           May 5—Aug. 11
   Congratulations, Doris Hayward—Training Associate!
                                                                                           CORRECTIONS ACADEMY
Doris Hayward has worked for POST since October of 2000. She has                           Date—TBA
accepted the new position of Associate Trainer for basic academy ses-
sions, effective July 1, 2005. Doris worked for the Idaho State Police                     POST COUNCIL MEETINGS
Forensics Lab for one year receiving, tracking and returning evidence to/                  October 5-6 — Pocatello
from law enforcement agencies. She also worked for the City of Garden
City for 13 years—5 with the Garden City Police Department as the Prop-
                                                                                           HEARING BOARD MEETINGS
erty/ Evidence Technician—and she assisted CID. The other 8 years with
Garden City were spent as the Utility Billing Supervisor. Doris attended                   September 1 — Meridian
Boise State University and has her Associates Degree in Criminal Justice.                  December 1 — Meridian
She and her other half, Rich, live in Homedale with their two dogs Penny
and Jesse.


                Congratulations, Karen Watson—
          IT Information Systems Technician, Senior!
                                                                                                  A.L.E.R.T.
Karen Watson, who was just hired as our IT Info. Systems Technician,                           INTERNATIONAL
Senior, effective July 17th. Karen comes to POST from CJIS, where she
worked since 2001 as an IT Info. Systems Tech. Prior to ISP, Karen                        Annual Training Seminar
worked in bank operations for 11 years as a Senior Customer Info. Sys-                        October 4- 6, 2005
tems Specialist. In 1998 she explored a career change and began taking
computer classes at Clark College in Vancouver, WA. In 1999, she trans-                           Boise Idaho
ferred to BSU and attended college full time. Shortly after obtaining her                   Information: Tim Miller
AAS degree, she began working for CJIS. Karen graduated in 2003 with a
BAS in Computer Network Support Technology and a certificate in Techni-                          208-731-8054
cal Communications, and has obtained Microsoft certification. She cur-                            Cost: $275
rently resides in Boise with her daughters Brenda and Chrissy.


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                           POST COUNCIL MEETING—HIGHLIGHTS
                                June 21-22, 2005—Trish Christy
                      The following officers were approved as POST-certified instructors:

Charles Albanese    Boise PD                    Crisis Negotiations
Marc Arms           Fish & Game                 Firearms
Gregory Austin      Blackfoot PD                Intox 5000, Alco-Sensor III
Robert Berrier      Boise PD                    Drug & Narcotic Investigation
Jeff Blaser         Meridian PD                 Reactive Impact Weapons
Guy Bourgeau        Boise PD                    Drug & Narcotic Investigation
Darell Braaten      Shoshone CSO                Firearms
Michael Brown       Bonneville CSO              Ground Fighting, Arrest Techniques
Gloria Buccola      Pocatello PD                Dispatch
Thomas Burkhart     Fish & Game                 Firearms
Thomas Caines       Kootenai CSO                Defensive Aerosol Weapons
Roch Clapp          Juvenile Corrections        Overview Juv. Justice System, Ethics, Juv. Detention Standards
Corey Coon          Sandpoint PD                Immediate Action Team
William Davis       Madison CSO                 Weapon Retention
Mike Dickson        Bonneville CSO              Ground Control, Less Lethal, Arrest Techniques, Defensive Aerosol
                                                Weapons
Bradley Doty        ISP                         DRE, DUI, Drugs that Impair Driving
Molly Douglas       Ada CSO                     Firearms (Pistol/Shotgun)
Calvin Edwards      Id. State University        Ethics, Use of Force, Communicable Disease, Death Notification
Craig Fairfield     Nat'l. Ins. Crime Bureau    Auto Theft
Martin Flores       Meridian PD                 EVOC
LeRoy Forsman       Nampa PD                    Master Arrest Techniques
Buddy Fowler        Blackfoot PD                EVOC
Douglas Frei        Pocatello PD                Radar, Lidar, EVOC, Alco-Sensor III, Intox 5000
Christian Frye      Bonner CSO                  EVOC
Donald Fulcher      Kootenai CSO                Defensive Aerosol Weapons
Donald Furu         Pocatello PD                Supervision
Ronald Fustos       Twin Falls PD               EVOC
Jermaine Galloway   Boise PD                    Patrol Procedures, Community Policing
Curtis Gambrel      Twin Falls PD               Testifying in Court, Field Interviewing
Raul Garcia         Ada CSO                     Patrol Rifle, Tactical Team Operations (SWAT)
Edward Guthrie      Pocatello PD                Leadership, Supervision, Ethics, Media Relations
Steve Harris        Shoshone CSO                Firearms
Paul Hast           Kootenai CSO                Firearms
Amy Henson          Kootenai Co. Probation      Domestic Violence
Stefani Herridge    ISP Forensic Services       Evidence Handling, Collection, Packaging
Matthew Hicks       Twin Falls PD               Firearms (Pistol/Shotgun)
Tami Holdahl        Coeur d'Alene Tribal PD     Firearms
Alana Hunt          Kootenai CSO                L.E. Response to W.M.D., Emergency Response to Terrorism
Keith Hutcheson     Kootenai CSO                Canine Evaluator/Instructor
Michael Hutter      Ponderay PD                 Immediate Action Team
Stuart Jacobson     ISP Forensic Services       Evidence Collection and Preservation
Andrew Johnson      Boise PD                    NIK, Canine Evaluator/Trainer
Bryce Johnson       Garden City PD              Active Shooter
Darren Johnson      Latah CSO                   EVOC
Cary Kelly          Bonner CSO                  Maritime Law Enforcement
Randy Kidd          Cassia CSO                  Animal Abuse Investigations
John Laraway        Ada CSO                     Firearms (Pistol/Shotgun)
Mark Lockwood       Sandpoint PD                Immediate Action Team
Richard Lyons       Kootenai CSO                Ground Control Techniques
Cynthia Malm        Madison CSO                 Inmate Discipline, Inmate Transport, Interpersonal Communication,
                                                Detention Officer Survival, Inmate Suicides, Staff/Inmate Sexual
                                                Misconduct, Security Enveloping, Jail Standards, Detention Emergency
                                                Procedures, Con Games, Cross Gender Supervision


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Paul Manning            Pocatello PD                 Building Search
Stephen Maurer          Sandpoint PD                 Immediate Action Team
Rocklan McDowell        ISP Forensic Services        Evidence Handling, Collection, Packaging
Patrick McKenna         Idaho Falls PD               Patrol & Detection Police Service Dogs
Douglas Metcalf         Bonneville CSO               EVOC
Stuart Miller           Kootenai CSO                 Ground Control Techniques
M. Jil Nichols          POST                         Arrest Techniques
Mark Oller              Dept. of Correction          Less Lethal, Defensive Aerosol Weapons
Russell Olsen           Pocatello PD                 Radar, Lidar, Stopwatch
Thomas Pipkin           Shoshone CSO                 Firearms
Alisa Prudent           Bonneville CSO               Ground Control, Arrest Techniques
Dennis Pullin           Twin Falls PD                Tactical Team Crowd Control, School Crisis Response
Rauno Raiha             Bonner CSO                   Maritime Law Enforcement
Matthew Rakes           Kootenai CSO                 Defensive Aerosol Weapons
R. Brett Reid           College of Southern Id.      Homeland Security, Master Arrest Techniques
Craig Rhom              POST                         EVOC
Walt Richard            ISP                          Search Warrant, Courtroom Testimony
Anthony Riffel          Bonner CSO                   EVOC
Jason Rogers            Cassia CSO                   Arrest Techniques
Bret Schei              Madison CSO                  Interpersonal Communications, Inmate Transport, Inmate Extraditions,
                                                     Con Games, Cross Gender Supervision, Detention Officer Survival, Jail
                                                     Standards, Inmate Discipline, Detention Emergency Procedures, Security
                                                     Enveloping, Suicide Prevention, Staff/Inmate Sexual Misconduct
Roger Schei             Pocatello PD                 Building Search
Christopher Siems       ISP                          Firearms (Pistol/Shotgun)
Robert Taylor           Cassia CSO                   Crash Investigation (M-1)
Jeremy Taysom           Bannock CSO                  Arrest Techniques
Terance Thueson         Twin Falls PD                DUI/SFST, Drugs that Impair, Drug Recognition & Classification
Brad Vickhammer         Twin Falls PD                Weapon Retention
Edward Westbrook        ISP                          Firearms (Pistol/Shotgun)
Rick Wiley              Nampa PD                     Master Canine Instructor
Mike Winans             ISP                          Traffic Code
Curtis Wood             Madison CSO                  EVOC, Radar, Lidar
Tahnee Young            Kootenai CSO                 Jail Procedures

                                         The following POST Rules were approved:

11.11.04 - Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council for Correction Officers and Adult Probation
            and Parole Officers

000. Legal Authority.

         01. Section 20-214, Idaho Code. Pursuant to Section 20-214, Idaho Code, the State Board of Correction shall
have power and authority to specify the training of such assistants, officers and other persons necessary for the proper
and efficient administration of the Department of Correction and the Parole and Probation system. (7-1-05)T

         02. Section 19-5109(g), Idaho Code. Pursuant to Section 19-5109(g), Idaho Code, the Peace Officer Standards
and Training Council may, upon recommendation of the Correction Standards and Training Council, implement minimum
basic training and certification standards for correction officers and for adult probation and parole officers. (7-1-05)T

         03. Section 20-241A(3)(c), Idaho Code. Pursuant to Section 20-241A(3)(c), Idaho Code, any contract between
the State Board of Correction and a private prison contractor providing for the housing, care, and control of inmates shall
require that the private prison contractor provide training to its personnel to a level acceptable to the Idaho Department
of Correction. The Idaho Department of Correction may provide training to the personnel of a private prison contractor
and may charge a reasonable fee for the training, not to exceed the cost of training. (7-1-05)T

001. Title and Scope.

        01. Title. These rules will be cited as IDAPA 11.11.04, “Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training
Council for Correction Officers and Adult Probation and Parole Officers,” IDAPA 11, Title 11, Chapter 04. (7-1-05)T


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         02. Scope. These rules constitute the minimum standards of training, education, employment, and certification of
correction officers and adult probation and parole officers in Idaho. (7-1-05)T

002. Written Interpretations.
In accordance with Section 67-5201(19)(b)(iv), Idaho Code, any written statements which might pertain to the interpreta-
tion of these rules or to the documentation of compliance with these rules will be available for public inspection and copy-
ing at cost to the extent allowed by Title 9, Chapter 3, Idaho Code, at the Department of Correction, 1299 N. Orchard,
Suite 110, P.O. Box 83720, Boise, Idaho, 83720-0018 and at the Idaho State Police, Peace Officer Standards and Train-
ing, 700 S. Stratford Dr., P.O. Box 700, Meridian, Idaho, 83680-0700. (7-1-05)T

003. Administrative Appeals.
Rules of procedure in contested cases will be governed by the Administrative Procedures Act. (Title 67, Chapter 52,
Idaho Code). (7-1-05)T

004. Incorporation by Reference.
There are no documents that have been incorporated by reference into this rule. (7-1-05)T

005. Office—Office Hours—Mailing Address and Street Address.

         01. Idaho State Police, Peace Officer Standards and Training. The principal place of business of the Idaho State
Police, Peace Officer Standards and Training, is in Meridian, Idaho. The office is located at 700 South Stratford Drive,
Meridian, Idaho and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays. The mailing address is:
Peace Officer Standards and Training Academy, P.O. Box 700, Meridian, Idaho 83680-0700. The telephone of the office
is (208) 884-7250. The facsimile number of the office is (208) 884-7295. (7-1-05)T

        02. Idaho Department of Correction. The principal place of business of the Idaho Department of Correction is in
Boise, Idaho. The office is located at 1299 North Orchard, Suite 110, Boise, Idaho and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., ex-
cept Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays. The mailing address is: Idaho Department of Correction, P.O. Box 83720,
Boise, Idaho 83720-0018. The telephone of the office is (208) 658-2000. The facsimile number of the office is (208)
327-7496. (7-1-05)T

006. Public Records Act Compliance.
The rules contained herein have been promulgated according to the provisions of Title 67, Chapter 52, Idaho Code, and
are public records. (7-1-05)T

010. Definitions.

         01. Adult Probation and Parole Officer. Any employee of the Idaho Department of Correction who is responsible
for the supervision of offenders on probation or parole. (7-1-05)T

         02. Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy. A basic course of instruction for Adult Probation and Parole Of-
ficers as recognized by POST Council. (7-1-05)T

        03. Basic Correction Academy. A basic course of instruction for Correction Officers as recognized by POST
Council. (7-1-05)T

        04. Correction Officer. Any employee of an Idaho Department of Correction facility or private prison contractor of
the State Board of Correction who is responsible for the safety, care, protection, and monitoring of offenders housed in
the correction facility. (7-1-05)T

         05. Correction Standards and Training Council. An advisory group to the POST Council that is comprised of
members from academia and law enforcement agencies. The purpose of the Correction Standards and Training Council
is to advise POST Council in the planning, development, and operation of the Basic Correction Academy and the Basic
Adult Probation and Parole Academy. (7-1-05)T

021. Certification of Correction and Adult Probation and Parole Officers.




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022. General Provisions.

        01.POST Basic Correction Academy Costs for Personnel of Private Prison Contractors. Pursuant to Section 20-
241A(3)(c), Idaho Code, the Idaho Department of Correction may provide training to personnel of private prison contrac-
tors and charge a fee not to exceed the cost of training. Since the Basic Correction Academy is conducted by the Peace
Officer Standards & Training Council, any fees collected by the Idaho Department of Correction for attendance at the
POST Basic Correction Academy by personnel of private prison contractors must be submitted to the POST Council.
(7-1-05)T

        02. Property. Certificates and awards remain the property of the Council and are only valid as long as the officer
is appointed as an Idaho correction or adult probation and parole officer. (7-1-05)T

        03. Eligibility. To be eligible for the award of a Basic Correction Officer certificate, each applicant must be a full-
time correction officer or a professional member of the POST Council staff. To be eligible for the award of a Basic Adult
Probation and Parole Officer certificate, each applicant must be a full-time adult probation and parole officer or a profes-
sional member of the POST Council staff. (7-1-05)T

        04. Applications. All applications for award of certification must be completed by the applicant on the prescribed
form “Application for Certification” as provided by the POST Council. (7-1-05)T

       05. Submission. The Application for Certification form must be submitted by the applicant to his agency head
who must review it for accuracy prior to signing it and forwarding it to the Council. Certificates will be issued to the
agency head for award to the applicant. (7-1-05)T

        06. Decertification. The Council may decertify any correction or adult probation and parole officer in the same
manner as provided in IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection
091.03. (7-1-05)T

        07. Minimum Standards. Each applicant must meet the minimum standards for employment as provided in
IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Sections 050 through 063, with the
exception of hearing, vision, and physical agility. (7-1-05)T

        a. Hearing. An applicant for correction officer certification or adult probation and parole officer certification must
have unaided or aided hearing between zero (0) and twenty-five (25) decibels for each ear at the frequencies of one
thousand (1000) Hz, two thousand (2000) Hz, and three thousand (3000) Hz. Waiver to the above may be considered
by the Council if accompanied by an audiologist's or ear, nose, and throat physician's certification that the applicant's
condition would not jeopardize or impair the applicant's ability to perform the duties of a correction or adult probation and
parole officer. (7-1-05)T

        b. Vision.

        i. An applicant for correction officer certification or adult probation and parole officer certification must possess
normal binocular coordination; depth of proficiency of a minimum of one (1) minute of arc at twenty (20) feet; peripheral
vision must be binocularly two hundred (200) degrees laterally with sixty (60) degrees upward and seventy (70) degrees
downward. There must be no pathology of the eye; applicant must possess seventy percent (70%) proficiency of the
Dvorine or equivalent color discrimination test. Waiver to the above may be considered by the Council if accompanied
by a vision specialist's certification that the applicant's condition would not jeopardize or impair the applicant's ability to
perform the duties of a correction or adult probation and parole officer. (7-1-05)T

        ii. The applicant must have uncorrected vision in each eye of no worse than twenty/two hundred (20/200) with
the strong eye corrected to twenty/twenty (20/20) and the weaker eye corrected to twenty/sixty (20/60). An applicant
who wears contact lenses is exempt from the uncorrected vision of twenty/two hundred (20/200), but must have the
strong eye corrected to twenty/twenty (20/20) and the weaker eye corrected to twenty/sixty (20/60). Waiver to the above
may be considered by the Council if accompanied by a vision specialist's certification that the applicant's condition would
not jeopardize or impair the applicant's ability to perform the duties of a correction or adult probation and parole officer.
(7-1-05)T

        c. Physical Agility. An applicant for correction officer certification or adult probation and parole officer certifica-
tion must pass the POST Physical Agility Test Battery for Correction Officers and Adult Probation and Parole officers.
(7-1-05)T


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023. Lapse of Correction Officer Certification.
The certification of any correction officer will be considered lapsed if the officer does not serve as a correction officer in
Idaho for three (3) consecutive years. (7-1-05)T

          01. Three To Five Years. A correction officer who has been out of full-time correction officer status from three (3)
to five (5) years and who wants to be recertified must meet the following POST requirements:(7-1-05)T

        a. Submit a POST Certification Correction Challenge Packet; (7-1-05)T

        b. Attend an approved course of study in Idaho correction legal issues and pass the POST Idaho correction legal
issues exam; (7-1-05)T

        c. Pass the following tests administered by a POST Training Specialist: (7-1-05)T

       i. The POST correction certification examination approved by the Council, conducted in the manner set forth in
IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection 097.02.b.; (7-1-05)T

        ii. The POST Firearms Qualification Course; (7-1-05)T

        iii. The POST Correction Officer Physical Agility Test Battery; and (7-1-05)T

        d. Satisfactorily complete a probationary period of not less than six (6) months. (7-1-05)T

         02. Over Five Years. A correction officer who has been out of full-time correction officer status for over five (5)
years must attend the POST Basic Correction Academy or a POST-certified private prison contractor's correction officer
training program to be recertified. The Council may waive this requirement on a showing of good cause by the officer
supported by clear and convincing evidence that during a substantial part of the time out of full-time correction officer
status, the officer was engaged in an occupation requiring correction officer training, skill, and experience. This evidence
must be submitted with a POST Certification Correction Challenge Packet. Upon receiving a waiver, the officer must
meet the following POST requirements: (7-1-05)T

        a. Attend an approved course of study in Idaho correction legal issues and pass the POST Idaho correction legal
issues exam; (7-1-05)T

        b. Attend and pass Idaho POST-certified courses in Arrest Techniques, Handgun Retention, and Practical Prob-
lems; (7-1-05)T

        c. Pass the following tests administered by a POST Training Specialist: (7-1-05)T

       i. The POST correction certification examination approved by the Council, conducted in the manner set forth in
IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection 097.02.b.; (7-1-05)T

        ii. The POST Firearms Qualification Course; (7-1-05)T

        iii. The POST Correction Officer Physical Agility Test Battery; and (7-1-05)T

        d. Satisfactorily complete a probationary period of not less than six (6) months. (7-1-05)T

         03. Over Eight Years. A correction officer who has been out of full-time correction officer status for over eight (8)
years must attend the POST Basic Correction Academy or a POST-certified private prison contractor's correction officer
training program to be recertified. No waiver of this requirement will be granted by the Council. (7-1-05)T

024. Correction Officer Certification.

        01. Mandatory Certification. Every correction officer employed on or after July 1, 2005 must be certified by the
Peace Officer Standards and Training Council within one (1) year after first being appointed unless granted additional
time to complete certification by the POST Council as set forth in IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer
Standards and Training Council," Subsection 030.16. (7-1-05)T




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          02. Voluntary Certification. Correction officers employed prior to July 1, 2005, although specifically excluded by
law from meeting the requirements set by the Council, may be certified provided they meet the minimum requirements
for certification as prescribed in Sections 22 and 25 of these rules. However, the requirement for successful completion
of the POST Basic Correction Academy will be waived if the officer scores a minimum of seventy-five percent (75%) on
the POST correction certification examination approved by the Council. The applicant will be allowed two (2) attempts to
pass the examination. The attempts must be no less than thirty (30) days apart and no more than six (6) months apart. If
an officer fails both attempts or fails to retake the examination within six (6) months, he must successfully complete the
POST Basic Correction Academy to be certified. This option closes on June 30, 2008. (7-1-05)T

025. The Basic Certificate.
In addition to the requirements set forth in Section 22 of these rules, the requirements in Section 25 are necessary for
award of the Basic Correction Officer certificate. (7-1-05)T

        01. Probation. The applicant must have satisfactorily completed at least a six (6) month probationary period,
which may include basic correction academy time. The probationary period may be extended by the appointing agency
which could delay certification until the probationary period is satisfactorily completed. This six (6) months’ time must be
continuous with the agency the officer is appointed to when applying for certification. The probationary period must not
extend over one (1) year for certification purposes. (7-1-05)T

        02. Basic Training. The applicant must have satisfactorily completed: (7-1-05)T

        a. The POST Basic Correction Academy; or (7-1-05)T

          b. Be a graduate of a private prison contractor's correction officer training program, the curriculum of which has
been certified by the Council as being equivalent to the POST Basic Correction Academy, and must have passed the
POST correction certification examination approved by the Council. The applicant will be allowed two (2) attempts to
pass the examination. The attempts must be no less than thirty (30) days apart and no more than six (6) months apart.
If an officer fails both attempts or fails to retake the examination within six (6) months, he must successfully complete the
POST Basic Correction Academy to be certified. (7-1-05)T

       03. Correction Field Training Manual. The applicant must have satisfactorily completed forty (40) hours of POST-
approved correction field training. (7-1-05)T

         04. Private Prison Contractor's Correction Officer Training Program. A graduate from an Idaho POST-certified
private prison contractor's correction officer training program must also submit a completed POST Correction Officer
Certification Packet. (7-1-05)T

026. Challenging the Basic Correction Academy.
Any correction officer presently appointed by the Idaho Department of Correction or by a private prison contractor of the
State Board of Correction who, within the last five (5) years, has been employed and certified or commissioned by an-
other state or the federal government as a correction officer or a student who has satisfactorily completed a Basic Cor-
rection Academy equivalent to the Idaho POST Basic Correction Academy within the last three (3) years will be eligible
for certification in the state of Idaho without attending the Basic Correction Academy, provided the officer: (7-1-05)T

         01. Submission of Challenge Packet. Submits a POST Certification Correction Challenge Packet to POST Coun-
cil, which must include copies of POST training records from other states to substantiate the officer's training; and tran-
scripts, certificates, diplomas, or other documents that substantiate the officer’s education and experience; (7-1-05)T

        02. Attends and Passes Legal Course. Attends an approved course of study in Idaho correction legal issues and
passes the POST Idaho correction legal issues exam; (7-1-05)T

       03. Attends and Passes POST-Certified Courses. Attends and passes Idaho POST-certified courses in Arrest
Techniques, Handgun Retention, and Practical Problems; (7-1-05)T

        04. Passes Required Tests. Passes the following tests administered by a POST Training Specialist: (7-1-05)T

       a. The POST correction certification examination approved by the Council, conducted in the manner set forth in
IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection 097.02.b.; (7-1-05)T

        b. The POST Firearms Qualification Course; and (7-1-05)T


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        c. The POST Correction Officer Physical Agility Test Battery. (7-1-05)T

        05. Completes Probationary Period. Completes his probationary period as required by Subsection 25.01.
        (7-1-05)T

031. Lapse of Adult Probation and Parole Officer Certification.
The certification of any adult probation and parole officer will be considered lapsed if the officer does not serve as an
adult probation and parole officer in Idaho for three (3) consecutive years. (7-1-05)T

        01. Three to Five Years. An adult probation and parole officer who has been out of full-time adult probation and
parole officer status from three (3) to five (5) years and who wants to be recertified must meet the following POST re-
quirements: (7-1-05)T

        a. Submit a POST Certification Adult Probation and Parole Challenge Packet; (7-1-05)T

       b. Attend an approved course of study in Idaho adult probation and parole legal issues and pass the POST
Idaho adult probation and parole legal issues exam; (7-1-05)T

        c. Pass the following tests administered by a POST Training Specialist: (7-1-05)T

       i. The POST adult probation and parole certification examination approved by the Council, conducted in the
manner set forth in IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection
097.02.b.; (7-1-05)T

        ii. The POST Firearms Qualification Course; (7-1-05)T

        iii. The POST Adult Probation and Parole Officer Physical Agility Test Battery; and (7-1-05)T

        d. Satisfactorily complete a probationary period of not less than six (6) months. (7-1-05)T

          02. Over Five Years. An adult probation and parole officer who has been out of full-time adult probation and pa-
role officer status for over five (5) years must attend the POST Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy to be recerti-
fied. The Council may waive this requirement on a showing of good cause by the officer supported by clear and convinc-
ing evidence that during a substantial part of the time out of full-time adult probation and parole officer status, the officer
was engaged in an occupation requiring adult probation and parole officer training, skill, and experience. This evidence
must be submitted with a POST Certification Adult Probation and Parole Challenge Packet. Upon receiving a waiver, the
officer must meet the following POST requirements: (7-1-05)T

       a. Attend an approved course of study in Idaho adult probation and parole legal issues and pass the POST
Idaho adult probation and parole legal issues exam; (7-1-05)T

        b. Attend and pass Idaho POST-certified courses in Arrest Techniques, Handgun Retention, and Practical Prob-
lems; (7-1-05)T

        c. Pass the following tests administered by a POST Training Specialist: (7-1-05)T

       i. The POST adult probation and parole certification examination approved by the Council, conducted in the
manner set forth in IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection
097.02.b.; (7-1-05)T

        ii. The POST Firearms Qualification Course; (7-1-05)T

        iii. The POST Adult Probation and Parole Officer Physical Agility Test Battery; and (7-1-05)T

        d. Satisfactorily complete a probationary period of not less than six (6) months. (7-1-05)T

          03. Over Eight Years. An adult probation and parole officer who has been out of full-time adult probation and pa-
role officer status for over eight (8) years must attend the POST Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy to be recerti-
fied. No waiver of this requirement will be granted by the Council. (7-1-05)T



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032. Adult Probation and Parole Officer Certification.

         01. Mandatory Certification. Every adult probation and parole officer employed on or after July 1, 2005 must be
certified by the Peace Officer Standards and Training Council within one (1) year after first being appointed unless
granted additional time to complete certification by the POST Council as set forth in IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho
Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection 030.16. (7-1-05)T

         02. Voluntary Certification. Adult probation and parole officers employed prior to July 1, 2005, although specifi-
cally excluded by law from meeting the requirements set by the Council, may be certified provided they meet the mini-
mum requirements for certification as prescribed in Sections 022 and 033 of these rules. However, the requirement for
successful completion of the POST Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy will be waived if the officer scores a mini-
mum of seventy-five percent (75%) on the POST adult probation and parole certification examination approved by the
Council. The applicant will be allowed two (2) attempts to pass the examination. The attempts must be no less than
thirty (30) days apart and no more than six (6) months apart. If an officer fails both attempts or fails to retake the exami-
nation within six (6) months, he must successfully complete the POST Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy to be
certified. This option closes on June 30, 2007. (7-1-05)T

033. The Basic Certificate.
In addition to the requirements set forth in Section 22 of these rules, the requirements in Section 33 are necessary for
award of the Basic Adult Probation and Parole Officer certificate. (7-1-05)T

         01. Probation. The applicant must have satisfactorily completed at least a six (6) month probationary period,
which may include basic adult probation and parole academy time. The probationary period may be extended by the ap-
pointing agency which could delay certification until the probationary period is satisfactorily completed. This six (6)
months’ time must be continuous with the agency the officer is appointed to when applying for certification. The proba-
tionary period must not extend over one (1) year for certification purposes. (7-1-05)T

      02. Basic Training. The applicant must have satisfactorily completed the POST Basic Adult Probation and Parole
Academy. (7-1-05)T

        03. Adult Probation and Parole Field Training Manual. The applicant must have satisfactorily completed forty
(40) hours of POST-approved adult probation and parole field training. (7-1-05)T

034. Challenging the Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy.
Any adult probation and parole officer presently appointed by the Idaho Department of Correction who, within the last
five (5) years, has been employed and certified or commissioned by another state or the federal government as an adult
probation and parole officer or a student who has satisfactorily completed a Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy
equivalent to the Idaho POST Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy within the last three (3) years will be eligible
for certification in the state of Idaho without attending the Basic Adult Probation and Parole Academy, provided the offi-
cer: (7-1-05)T

         01. Submission of Challenge Packet. Submits a POST Certification Adult Probation and Parole Challenge
Packet to POST Council, which must include copies of POST training records from other states to substantiate the offi-
cer's training; and transcripts, certificates, diplomas, or other documents that substantiate the officer’s education and ex-
perience; (7-1-05)T

         02. Attends and Passes Legal Course. Attends an approved course of study in Idaho adult probation and parole
legal issues and passes the POST Idaho adult probation and parole legal issues exam; (7-1-05)T

       03. Attends and Passes POST-Certified Courses. Attends and passes Idaho POST-certified courses in Arrest
Techniques, Handgun Retention, and Practical Problems; (7-1-05)T

        04. Passes Required Tests. Passes the following tests administered by a POST Training Specialist: (7-1-05)T

       a. The POST adult probation and parole certification examination approved by the Council, conducted in the
manner set forth in IDAPA 11.11.01, "Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council," Subsection
097.02.b.; (7-1-05)T

        b. The POST Firearms Qualification Course; and (7-1-05)T



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         c. The POST Adult Probation and Parole Officer Physical Agility Test Battery. (7-1-05)T

         05. Completes Probationary Period. Completes his probationary period as required by Subsection 33.01.
         (7-1-05)T
     11.11.02 - Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council for Juvenile Detention Officers
010.     DEFINITIONS.

         07. Part-Time Juvenile Detention Officer. Any employee of a juvenile detention center which is part of or admin-
istered by the county or any political subdivision thereof and who is responsible for the safety, care, protection, and
monitoring of juvenile offenders held in the detention center, and does not meet the definition of “employee” as defined in
Idaho Code section 59-1302. (6-21-05)

033. PART-TIME JUVENILE DETENTION OFFICER CERTIFICATION.

         01. Certification. The following dates govern mandatory certification.

         a. If employed after October 1, 2005, any part-time juvenile detention officer shall be certified by obtaining man-
datory certification from the Peace Officer Standards and Training Council within one (1) year of the date the officer was
first employed as a part-time juvenile detention officer.

          b. Part-time juvenile detention officers employed prior to October 1, 2005, shall comply with the training and cer-
tification provisions of Section 033 by September 30, 2007.

         02. Minimum Standards. Each applicant must meet the minimum standards for employment and training as pro-
vided in IDAPA 11.11.01, “Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council,” with the exception of
height, weight, fitness, and physical disability which will be left to the discretion of the employing agency.

        03. Eligibility. To be eligible for the award of the part-time juvenile detention officer certificate, each applicant
shall meet the definition of part-time juvenile detention officer as defined in section 010.07.

          04. Supervision. All certified part-time juvenile detention officers shall be under the direct supervision of a certi-
fied full-time juvenile detention officer. This section is intended to limit the activity of a part-time juvenile detention officer.
Each agency shall draft its own individual agency policy in reference to the supervision of its certified part-time juvenile
detention officers and that policy shall be kept on file within each agency.

       05. Limitation. A part-time juvenile detention officer’s certification shall be effective only during those periods
when he is formally assigned by the appointing agency to perform the duties of a certified part-time juvenile detention of-
ficer.

034. THE PART-TIME JUVENILE DETENTION OFFICER CERTIFICATE.
The following requirements are necessary for award of the part-time juvenile detention officer certificate:

         01. Part-Time Juvenile Detention Officer Packet. Any part-time juvenile detention officer desiring part-time juve-
nile detention officer certification shall submit a completed POST Part-Time Juvenile Detention Officer Certification
Packet prior to attending any part-time juvenile detention officer training.

         02. Employment. The applicant must have been employed by the agency at least six (6) months (may include
part-time juvenile detention officer training time), prior to being awarded the part-time juvenile detention officer certifica-
tion. Probationary period may be extended by the agency which could delay certification until the probationary period is
satisfactorily completed. This six (6) months' time must be continuous with the department the officer is employed with
when applying for certification. Probationary period may not extend over one (1) year for certification purposes.

        03. Basic Training. The applicant shall have completed the POST Part-Time Juvenile Detention Officer Training
and shall have passed the POST part-time juvenile detention officer certification examination approved by the Council.
The applicant shall be allowed two (2) attempts to pass the examination with a minimum score of seventy-five percent
(75%). The attempts must be no less than thirty (30) days apart and no more than six (6) months apart.




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         a. Any part-time juvenile detention officer desiring part-time juvenile detention officer certification shall success-
fully complete the POST Council-approved part-time juvenile detention officer training of no less than forty (40) hours, to
include, but not be limited to items outlined in IDAPA 05.01.02.212.05.

        b. Part of the core curriculum may be taught by uncertified instructors provided the high liability classes, such as
Legal and Liability Issues, Verbal Judo, and Appropriate Use of Force are taught by POST-certified instructors.

        c. The officer will be allowed two (2) attempts to pass the examination with a minimum score of seventy-five per-
cent (75%) or better. The attempts must be no less than thirty (30) days apart and no more than six (6) months apart.

         d. The Council shall accept written certification from the agency head as proof that a part-time juvenile detention
officer has successfully completed the required core curriculum.

        04. Part-Time Juvenile Detention Orientation Training. Successful completion of supervised part-time juvenile
detention orientation training in the employing department is required. Evidence of such training must be submitted by
applicant's employer to POST Council.

         05. Applications for Certification. All applications for award of the Part-Time Juvenile Detention Officer Certifi-
cate shall be completed on the prescribed form “Application for Certification” as provided by the POST Council. The Ap-
plication for Certification form must be submitted by the officer/applicant to the applicant’s department head, who shall
forward the application to the Council. Certificates will be issued to the department head for award to the applicant.

         06. Retaining Certification. A certified part-time juvenile detention officer shall work sixty (60) hours annually in a
juvenile detention officer capacity to retain certification. Documentation of hours worked shall be kept on file at the ap-
pointing agency. Any part-time juvenile detention officer working less than sixty (60) hours annually shall complete all re-
quirements set forth in section 033 to be recertified.

        07. Decertification. The council may decertify any part-time juvenile detention officer in the same manner as
provided in IDAPA 11.11.01, “Rules of the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training Council,” Subsection 091.03.

        08. Full-Time Juvenile Detention Officer Status. To be certified as a full-time juvenile detention officer, a certified
part-time juvenile detention officer, upon appointment to full-time juvenile detention officer status, shall comply with the
requirements in Sections 030 and 031.

Revised and updated POST Rules in reference to Vocational Law Enforcement Program Certification were conditionally
approved pending feedback from the vocational programs.

The curriculums for the Correction Academy and the Adult Probation & Parole Academy were approved pending the
addition of the number of hours of training provided on Ethics.

A subcommittee was appointed to fine tune the POST Rules in reference to Canine Team Certification.

North Idaho College's law enforcement program was approved for full certification status.



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                                                                    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
                                                                    released a free planner, ‘Those Who Host Lose the Most’.
                                                                    It provides tools to generate media interest, raise aware-
                                                                    ness about dangers of underage drinking and legal liabili-
                                                                    ties for parents who host parties mixing youth and alcohol.
                                                                    It includes a news release, letter to editor, op-ed article,
                                                                    fact sheet, posters, and links to other resources.

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                              Ann Bailey
                              Juvenile
                                                                             Academy Notes
                              Academies                                      Juvenile Corrections:
                              Associate                                     Detention and Probation
                              208-884-7326

                               With the arrival of Spring         The 6th Juvenile Probation Academy was held on May 22
                               came two juvenile acad-            through June 3, 2005. Twenty-eight students graduated
                               emies. The first was Juve-         and 4 successfully challenged. The class average was
                               nile Detention Academy #12         94%. Kimberly Stouse, Jessica Tolman and Jim St.
                               held April 25 through May 6,       Michell won the Certificate of Achievement award. Jim St.
                               2005. A total of twenty-six        Michel also won the Team Leadership award.
students attended and graduated. The class average was
93%. Deshan Cabaong, Ada County Juvenile Court Ser-               Congratulations to the following graduates: Christine An-
vices, received the Certificate of Achievement award and          dersen (Valley County JP), Brad Andrews (Payette
John Slack was awarded the Team Leadership award.                 County JP), Dyrk Blackburn (Bingham County JP), Tina
                                                                  Chavez (Power County JP), Shawn Collins (Canyon
Congratulations to the following graduates: Michael Bell          County JP), Stacia Coughlan (Bonneville County JP),
(SW ID JDC), Deshan Cabaong (Ada County JCS),                     Gina Davis (Clearwater County JCS) Shannon Davis
McKenzie Danielson (Snake River JDC) Curtis Farmer                (Kootenai County JP), Lisa Donnot (Butte County JP),
(Reg. II JDC), Jennifer Galloway (D-1 JDC), Kyle Gould            Kent Dummer (Fremont County JP), Elizabeth Francis
(5-C Det. Youth Rehab), Clifford Gowen (Mini-Cassia               (Ada County JCS), Jodie Fuller (Blaine County JP),
JDC), Trish Hanzlik (SW ID JDC), Todd Hartman (D-1                Annie Haynes (Ada County JCS), Deborah Hurrle
JDC), Sara Helmer (SW ID JDC), Aaron Kelsey (Valley               (Payette County JP), Juliann Kelly (Bonneville County
County JDC), Linda Latham (SW ID JDC), Scott                      JP), Michelle Lind (Kootenai County JP), Patricia Mayo
McClure (Snake River JDC), Raul Michel (Ada County                (Boundary County JP), Charlie Misner (Power County
JDC), Brady Moon (D-6 JDC), Steven Orme (5-C Det.                 JP), Shari Moulton (Bonneville County JP), Cindy Orme
Youth Rehab), Rod Potthast (Snake River JDC), Todd                (Bonneville County JP), Jim St. Michell (Canyon County
Shupe (D-6 JDC), John Slack (Ada County JDC),                     JP), Rhonda Stevens (Ada County JCS), Kimberly
Melvin Smith (JCC Lewiston), Jeffrey Underhill (JCC               Stouse (Ada County JCS), Barry Thomas Sr. (Bonner
Nampa), Jeremy Whitehead (D-6 JDC), Scott Wor-                    County JP) Jessica Tolman (Ada County JCS), Amaia
thington (3-B JDC), Jeannie York (Reg. II JDC), Tracie            Vicandi-Bow (Canyon County JP), Angela Walters (Ada
Zanotti (Mini-Cassia JDC), and Gregory Zieske (Lemhi              Co JCS), and Jarred Young (Madison County JP)
County Sheriff).




           Juvenile Detention Academy #12                                       Juvenile Probation Academy #6
                     Class Photo                                                          Class Photo

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                              Doris Hayward
                              Associate Trainer                             Academy Notes
                              208-884-7320                                      Adult: Corrections,
                                                                                 Detention, Patrol




                                                                   Basic Patrol Academy Class #146
               Detention Academy #37
                                                                  Andrew Arnold           Wilder Police Department
Brooke Atwood       Madison County Sheriff’s Office               Jason W. Bailey         Idaho State Police
Jonah Bellamy       Jerome County Sheriff’s Office                Joshua W. Baker         Rathdrum Police Department
Jack Bish           Ada County Sheriff’s Office                   Brady R. Barnes         Idaho State Police
Chris R. Bratt      Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office            Todd M. Bassett         Idaho State Police
Michael J. Clinger Canyon County Sheriff’s Office                 Kenneth A. Beckner      Idaho State Police
Justin A. Collins   Bonner County Sheriff’s Office                Moroni G. Burton        Madison County Sheriff’s Office
Scott Denning       Bingham County Sheriff’s Office               Benjamin Cadwallader Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game
Ryan Donelson       Ada County Sheriff’s Office                   Horacio Caldera         Idaho State Police
James Feist         Gem County Sheriff’s Office                   Brandon R. Chamberlin Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game
Rowland N. Gleed Oneida County Sheriff’s Office                   Gabriel P. Coleman      Idaho State Police
Eduardo Vidrio Ibarra Canyon County Sheriff’s Office              David W. Cortez Jr.     Idaho State Police
Joshua Keyes        Canyon County Sheriff’s Office                Christopher J. Cottrell Idaho State Police
Chad A. Kingsland Gooding County Sheriff’s Office                 Conar R. Cunningham Sun Valley Police Department
Aaron Lamb          Bingham County Sheriff’s Office               Chris A. Davis          Spirit Lake Police Department
Dale Caleb Law      Latah County Sheriff’s Office                 Daniel D. Foreman       Idaho State Police
Robert W. Lee       Ada County Sheriff’s Office                   Thomas J. Gearrey       Nampa Police Department
James E. Lynn       Mini-Cassia Criminal Justice Center           David E. Hiebert        Idaho State Police
Michele McCollum Bonner County Sheriff’s Office                   Sidney E. Hilton        Benewah County Sheriff’s Office
Travis McKinney     Canyon County Sheriff’s Office                Timothy J. Hopkins      Idaho State Police
James Travis Mink Washington County Sheriff’s Office              Robert W. Howe          Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game
Scott D. Neill      Payette County Sheriff’s Office               Nathan C. Humes         Idaho State Police
Michael V. Petet    Ada County Sheriff’s Office                   Jerrod M. Kermath       Blaine County Sheriff's Office
Mark R. Phillips    Bannock County Sheriff’s Office               Bradley D. Korth        Idaho State Police
Alan M. Robins      Fremont County Sheriff’s Office               Shane A. Langton        Idaho State Police
Rene Rodriguez      Blaine County Sheriff’s Office                Dennis T. Laurance      Garden City Police Department
Richard R. Shira    Idaho County Sheriff’s Office                 Mark A. Link            Canyon County Sheriff’s Office
Nathan Yoder        Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Office             Aaron L. McCarver       Sun Valley Police Department
                                                                  Michael S. Medvecz      Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game
                                                                  Aaron N. Miner          Ada County Sheriff’s Office
                                                                  Paul G. Murray III      Idaho Falls Police Department
                                                                  Greggory K. Oram        Idaho State Police
                                                                  Richard W. Perecz       Gem County Sheriff’s Office
                                                                  Sean M. Prosser         Idaho State Police
                                                                  Joshua D. Royse         Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game
                                                                  Troy R. Sallee          Payette County Sheriff’s Office
                                                                  Michael J. Sherbondy Idaho State Police
                                                                  Cody L. SiJohn          Coeur D’Alene Tribal Police
                                                                  Nathan D. Stohosky      Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game
                                                                  Jeffory R. Talbott      Idaho State Police
                                                                  Patrick S. Wilson       Jerome Police Department
                                                                  Bradley M. Workman Nampa Police Department
                                                                  Daniel L. Wyatt         Boise Airport Police Department
 Congratulations to graduates of the Advanced                     Gary Yergler            Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office
   Dispatch Academy June 13—17, 2005!                             Terry Zechmann Jr.      Canyon County Sheriff’s Office

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        Mandatory Training
      Records System (MTRS)
     From the POST homepage, you’ll notice a new                                            http://medalofhonor.idaho.gov/
     navigation button and pop-out menu have been
     added to the left side of your screen. This new                                 The Idaho Law Enforcement
     button is for the Mandatory Training Records Sys-
     tem (MTRS), a program designed to assist agen-                                  and Firefighting Medal of
     cies with reporting of training hours for certified                             Honor In order to recognize the
     officers, to fulfill the requirements of POST Rule                              courageous deeds of Idaho's
     361. Included in the pop-out menu, are instruc-                law enforcement and firefighting professionals,
     tions created by our Region 3 Training Coordina-               the 2004 Idaho Legislature enacted Senate Bill
     tor, Rory Olsen, for using the new online program.
     We encourage you to browse these instructions                  1260, creating the Idaho Law Enforcement and
     and call your regional coordinators with any ques-             Firefighting Medal of Honor. The bill was signed
     tions. These notes are from that document.                     into law by Governor Kempthorne on April 1,
              http://www.idaho-post.org/MTRS/                       2004, and became effective on July 1, 2004.
                      MTRS_InfoPage.htm                             This law, Idaho Code, Chapter 88 of Title 67,
     • A request was made to every agency to sup-
     ply up to 6 names of individuals to access the new
                                                                    establishes the Law Enforcement and Fire-
     MTRS system online. They will be able to add, de-              fighting Medal of Honor and directs that it be
     lete, and modify in-service training hours for every           awarded by the Governor to any law enforce-
     officer in their agency. They will be responsible for          ment officer or firefighter who has been distin-
     keeping track of which officers are in compliance              guished by exceptionally meritorious conduct
     with the rule and which officers are not.
                                                                    and who has been nominated and chosen to
     • Officers' names only reflects officers POST                  receive the medal by a commission appointed
     has listed as working for the agency and only offi-            by the Governor. The Statement of Purpose for
     cers' who are currently certified. If an officer has           the bill said that the legislation "will result in
     not yet received a POST certification certificate              statewide recognition for extraordinary acts of
     (Reserve Level-1, Basic, Intermediate, Advanced,
     Management, Jail Level-1, Jail Level-2, or Jail
                                                                    valor and heroism by firefighters and police." It
     Level-3) they will not appear on the list until a cer-         also notes that the award "assures that (law
     tificate has been issued.                                      enforcement officers' and firefighters') sacrifices
     • Per POST Rule 361, an agency only needs to                   are recognized, and their bravery honored by
     start tracking training for an officer starting Janu-          the state whose citizens they protect." The first
     ary 1 after they become certified.
                                                                    Idaho Medal of Honor was posthumously
     • Hours added to the system by an agency will
     not become part of an officer's permanent POST                 awarded to Idaho State Trooper Linda Huff. The
     training record—it only serves to fulfill the 40-hour          award was presented to the family of Linda Huff
     requirement.                                                   during a ceremony at Idaho Peace Officers
     • The MTRS system should be easy to use, but                   Memorial in Meridian, Idaho.
     if problems arise, please contact your POST
     Regional Training Specialist for assistance.
     • Once agency representatives add all informa-
     tion to the system, there will be no need for an
     agency to send a report of training hours to POST,                                      Idaho Peace Officer
     for compliance with Rule 361. The MTRS will act
     as the reporting system.                                                                Memorial
     • The MTRS systems sole purpose is to aid                                               Golf Tournament
     agencies in reporting mandatory training hours per
     POST Rule 361. The MTRS should not be used                                              July 22, 2005
     as the sole means of tracking officers training
     hours. POST is not responsible if information                                           0630-completion
     placed in MTRS is lost, therefore agencies should
     keep a copy of the information for their                                                Shadow Valley Golf Course
     records.


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                                                              Open Position!
                                                              Region 1 —@post.idaho.gov
                                                                  This will be my final Bulletin article as your Region-1
                                                              Training Specialist. It has been my sincere pleasure to
                                                              represent ALL of the fine law enforcement agencies in the
                                                              10 Northern Counties.
   The POST Academy Training Needs                                It’s hard to believe that six years have past so
Assessment is intended to provide you with an                 quickly… as they say, “time flies when your having fun”.
update on Academy training issues. It is a good               And I can tell you that this has been fun, challenging-Yes,
                                                              but still one of the best assignments I have had in my 30
opportunity for Supervisors, FTO’s, and other                 year law enforcement career, and I can honestly say that I
agency personnel to ask questions of the Acad-                have been blessed when it comes to assignments.
emy Staff, make suggestions/recommendations                       Of course one of the big reasons this has been such
on improvements etc.                                          a good run is the people who I have worked with, profes-
                                                              sionals one and all! And I will truly miss the daily one-on-
                                                              one with those who I worked most closely with.
8/30—Cœur d’Alene Police Dept.
                                                                  I have said it before, “change” is a consistent
0900-1200 hrs.                                                    part of our profession and for me, it is one of
3818 Schreiber Way                                                the primary reasons I was attracted to law
Coeur d’Alene                                                     enforcement in the first place. Change pro-
                                                                  vides us with a new look at what we do, and
                                                                  how we do it, frequently providing improve-
8/31—Lewiston Police Dept.                                        ments in quality, efficiency, and safety.
0900-1200 hrs.                                                     I am looking forward to my new challenges and feel
2419 16th. Avenue                                             confident that this same “change” will also be a catalyst
                                                              for a new and improved Academy experience for all the
Lewiston                                                      new arrivals in our profession. It will also be an opportu-
                                                              nity to evaluate our processes for ensuring appropriate
                                                              curriculum and positive interaction with agencies who rely
9/1—Grangeville City Hall                                     on the POST Academy to provide the necessary training
                                                              to the best of our abilities.
0900-1200 hrs.                                                     This is also an opportunity to have someone assigned
225 W. North Street                                           to the POST Academy who has first hand experience with
                                                              the problems associated with being from the “North”, and
Grangeville                                                   understanding the many challenges that represents.
(Parking & Bldg.                                                   The search is on for my replacement and I am sure
                                                              that the selection process will identify the best candidate
Entrance to rear)                                             for the position, but I would ask that each of you to please
                                                              extend a warm welcome to your new Region-1 Training
                                                              Specialist and offer the same assistance and cooperation
POST STAFF:                                                   that was afforded to me.
TS Doug Tangen                                                     The job has many responsibilities and there is a lot to
                                                              learn in a short period of time. To be most effective there
& TS James                                                    must be a willingness to extend your knowledge and re-
Quintana                                                      sources when necessary, and remember that POST
                                                              represents ALL Idaho Law Enforcement equally with the
                                                              best interest of providing the highest standard of profes-
                                                              sionalism for the citizens we serve.

                                                                               —John Parmann

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Larry Mc Ghee                                                      Rory Olsen
Region 2—larry.mcghee@post.idaho.gov                               Region 3—rory.olsen@post.idaho.gov
Region 2 has been very busy since the first of the year            Greetings to everyone in Region 3. We are now well into
with a plethora of training available. We have put on              the summer months and it is my sincere hope that the
classes and approved classes at all levels of learning and         summer is going well for all. Things at the Region 3 POST
professionalism. We have done instructor classes, investi-         office are slowing down, as all of you are busy with vaca-
gators classes, supervision classes, executive level               tions and your normal summer workloads. That has given
classes and helped with more than one conference!                  me the chance to get out and visit some of you, and if I
                                                                   have not been to visit you yet I promise you that I will. As I
In so doing we have created a huge influx of rosters.              have been visiting, I have been dropping off training CDs
What a nice dilemma!..:) Janie and I are diligently working        from the academy. This training is primarily intended for
to get those rosters entered on your training records,             officers that will be attending the academy in the near
while at the same time making sure your training needs             future, but the courses can be taken by any officer.
are met with new courses. If you don’t see a class on your
training record and have signed the roster, it will show up        I have also been sharing information about the new
soon. We will not hold up anyone’s application for a               MTRS program that POST has developed to assist agen-
higher level of certification because the training isn’t           cies with the reporting of training hours for officers to fulfill
listed. If we have it in our office—we will get it on for you.     forty (40) hours of training every two years rule. There is a
                                                                   short article on the previous page which explains the
The first of June, POST hosted a D.A.R.E. Training. We             MTRS system. I encourage you to contact me if you have
test ran a new smaller model course having only 10 stu-            any questions about this new program.
dents. It turned out to be very good. Don Powell, St.
Anthony PD, facilitated the course and John Baldazo,               Now to reflect back just a little bit, the first part of 2005
Caldwell PD, and Vance Lavinder, Helena, MT PD, men-               has been busy with training. I know that several agencies
tored the class. We had five officers from Idaho, four from        completed their yearly block training and several agencies
Montana, and one officer from Camrose (AL, Canada).                held their spring firearms training. In addition, we have
                                                                   seen the following training throughout the region:
     Congratulations to our 2005 D.A.R.E. Graduates:
                                                                   •   Quality Collision Reporting (IMPACT)
     Cory Bailey          Helena (MT) PD                           •   Report Writing
     Bill Brooks          Great Falls (MT) PD                      •   Prescription Drug Diversion Class
     Craig Ferguson       Camrose (AL, Canada) PD                  •   DUI/SFST
     Alana Hunt           Kootenai CSO                             •   Basic Marine Deputy School
     Kristi Mattson       Post Falls PD                            •   Surviving Tactically
     Russ Padgett         Aberdeen PD
                                                                   •   Child Interviewing
     Sam Robbins          Helena (MT) PD
                                                                   •   Civil School
     Brenda Smith         Post Falls PD
     Travis Tilleman      Great Falls (MT) PD
                                                                   And many more classes—but there is not enough room to
     Dallen Wrigley       Madison CSO
                                                                   list them all. I hope to see all of you while I am out visiting
                                                                   and I hope you have a safe summer.




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                                    POST In-Service Training Course Details
      http://www.idaho-post.org/Calendar_Training/calendar.shtml
        REGION I TRAINING COORDINATOR
                                                                      HR218 Update:
              Someone (@post.state.id.us)
   250 Northwest Blvd, Suite 108, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814              June 1, 2005
         Phone: 208-769-1420, Fax: 208-666-6735
            Region 1 Assistant: Kelly Lundquist                   As most of you know, legislation
=============================================                     was drafted by the state's 218 com-
30-Aug R1 POST Training Needs Assessment-CDA                      mittee over the past year. The legislation
31-Aug R1 POST Training Needs Assessment-Lewiston                 tied the process to the current concealed
1-Sep R1 POST Training Needs Assessment-Grangeville               weapon permit code. The committee
13-Oct R1 Grant Writing                                           agreed to go with a suggestion by the
                                                                  sheriffs that they handle the process, as it is
                                                                  very similar to the current CWP process. The add-on leg-
       REGION II TRAINING COORDINATOR                             islation was signed into law this spring and will take effect
                                                                  in July. We, at POST, are only helping to facilitate this
     Larry McGhee (larry.mcghee@post.state.id.us)                 process and will not administrate it. In short, the only re-
        P.O. Box 700, Meridian, ID 83680-0700                     quirement will be that the retired officer have photo identi-
       Phone: 208-884-7252, Fax: 208- 884-7295                    fication from their agency advising they are retired in good
           Region 2 Assistant: Janie Kirtley                      standing. There will not be a state qualification course - as
=============================================                     a state firearms standard does not currently exist. Most
1-Aug   R2 Law Week                                               states we have talked to are taking a similar approach.
3-Aug   R2 Terrorism Trends                                       Fees will be spelled out in the code. I am arranging to
9-Aug   R2 Leadership Skills for Challenging Times                meet with the sheriffs to finalize a plan of action to bring
        R2 Law Week                                               this on line in July. Thanks for your patience. Actually, we
        R2 Street Gangs                                           are ahead of, or at least on line with, most other states.
15-Aug R2 Instructor Development--FULL
                                                                  Doug Tangen—Training Specialist
12-Sep  R2 POST Supervisors - Meridian                            Idaho POST Academy, 208-884-7255
13-Sep  R2 Communications Training Officer                        http://www.idaho-post.org/Firearms/218Update060105.htm
19-Sep  R2 Crash Investigations
21-Sep  R2 Civil Process
26-Sep  R2 Instructor Development
3-Oct   R2 GTI Tactical Response to Terrorism
4-Oct   R2 Interview Interrogation
4-Oct   R2 ALERT International Training Seminar
17-Oct  R2 Law Week                                                  There is a new Instructor Code of Ethics
17-Oct  R2 Detention Law Week                                                   Find a copy online at—
24-Oct  R2 Courtroom Testimony                                           http://www.idaho-post.org/Forms/
31-Oct  R2 Instructor Development                                    AllForms/documents/Instructor%20Code
14-Nov R2 Suicide Prevention
17-Nov R2 Verbal Judo
                                                                                %20of%20Ethics.pdf
21-Nov R3 Supervisor Guide To Effective Documentation
5-Dec   R2 Instructor Development



       REGION III TRAINING COORDINATOR
                                                                                   Safety in U.S. Schools
        Rory Olsen (rory.olsen@post.state.id.us)                  The State of School Safety in American Schools provides
        205 Lakeshore Drive, Chubbuck, ID 83202,                  information to legislators and the public on the complexity
         Phone: 208-237-1505, Fax: 208-237-1576                   of school safety problems and possible solutions. The
            Region 3 Assistant: Jackie Mabey                      report was developed by a research team of SERAPH.
 ============================================                     net, a group comprising educators and crime researchers.
17-Oct R3 Sergeants Academy                                       The team interviewed 1,520 educators and 925 law en-
17-Oct R3 Adv LE Dispatch, Power Phone                            forcement officials and reviewed numerous scientific stud-
21-Nov R3 Supervisor Guide To Effective Documentation             ies to create a detailed assessment of problems facing
                                                                  American schools.
                                                                   http://www.seraph.net/school_safe_report.html



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                                                     August
         1                    2                   3                   4                    5             6
         R2 Law Week                              R2 Terrorism
                                                  Trends
7        8                    9                   10                  11                   12            13
                              R2 Leadership
                              Skills for Chal-
                              lenging Times
                              R2 Law Week
                              R2 Street Gangs
14       15               16                      17                  18                   19            20
         R2 Instructor
         Development-FULL
21       22               23                      24                  25                   26            27


28       29                   30                  31
                              R1 POST             R1 POST
                              Academy             Academy
                              Training Needs      Training Needs
                              Assessment-CDA      Assessment-
                                                  Lewiston
                                                   September
                                                                      1                    2             3
                                                                      R1 POST
                                                                      Academy
                                                                      Training Needs
                                                                      Assessment-
                                                                      Grangeville
4        5                    6                   7                   8                    9             10

11       12                   13                  14                  15                   16            17
         R2 POST              R2 Communica-                           R1 Grant Writing
         Supervisors -        tions Training
         Meridian             Officer
18       19                   20                  21               22                      23            24
         R2 Crash                                 R2 Civil Process
         Investigations
25       26                   27                  28                  29                   30            Oct-1
         R2 Instructor
         Development

                                                      October
2        3                    4                   5                   6                    7             8
         R2 GTI Tactical      R2 Interview
         Response to          Interrogation
         Terrorism            R2 ALERT
                              International
                              Seminar
9        10                   11                  12                  13                   14            15
                                                                      R1 Grant Writing
16       17                   18                  19                  20                   21            22
         R2 Law Week
         R2 Detention Law
         Week
         R3 Sergeant’s
         Academy
         R3 Adv Dispatch
         Power Phone
23       24                   25                  26                  27                   28            29
         R2 Courtroom
         Testimony

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