As required under 12 NCAC 09B.0203 and 12 NCAC 10B.0713, all students must meet the following requirements to be eligible for entry into C55120 Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET).
Note: Individuals charged with crimes as specified in this Rule, and such offenses were dismissed or the person was found not guilty, may be admitted into the Basic Law Enforcement Training Course but completion of the Basic Law Enforcement Training Course does not ensure that certification as a law enforcement officer or justice officer through the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission will be issued. Provide notice of all criminal offenses which the trainee is arrested for or charged with, pleads no contest to, pleads guilty to or is found guilty of, and all Domestic Violence Orders (G.S. 50B) and Civil No Contact Orders (G.S. 50C) which are issued by a judicial official that provide an opportunity for both parties to be present. This includes all criminal offenses except minor traffic offenses and specifically includes any offense of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or Driving While Impaired (DWI). A minor traffic offense is defined, for the purposes of this Paragraph, as a G.S. 20 offense, or similar laws of other jurisdictions, where the maximum punishment allowable by law is 60 days or less. Other offenses under G.S. 20 (Motor Vehicles) or other similar laws of other jurisdictions which shall be reported include G.S. 20-139 (persons under influence of drugs), G.S. 20-28 (driving while license permanently revoked or permanently suspended), G.S. 20-30(5) (fictitious name or address in application for license or learner’s permit), G.S. 20-37.8 (fraudulent use of a fictitious name for a special identification card), G.S. 20-102.1 (false report of theft or conversion of a motor vehicle), G.S. 20-111(5) (fictitious name or address in application for registration), G.S. 20-130.1 (unlawful use of red or blue lights), G.S. 20-137.2 (operation of vehicles resembling law enforcement vehicles), G.S. 20141.3 (unlawful racing on streets and highways), G.S. 20-141.5 (speeding to elude arrest), G.S. 20-166 (duty to stop in event of accident) and any other offenses included in the Class B Misdemeanor Manual. The notifications required under this Paragraph must be in writing, must specify the nature of the offense, the court in which the case was handled, the date of the arrest or criminal charge, the date of issuance of the Domestic Violence Order (G.S. 50B) or Civil No Contact Order (G.S. 50C), the final disposition, and the date thereof. The notifications required under this Paragraph must be received within 30 days of the date the case was disposed of in court. The requirements of this Paragraph are applicable at all times during which the trainee is enrolled in a Basic Law Enforcement Training Course.
Last reviewed in February 2020 and updated in October 2020.
Last Updated on March 9, 2021