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POST training alert for Georgia law enforcement officers

 
Effective January 1, 2013 any officer that has not completed the minimum annual POST training requirements for 2012 will have their certification suspended. On January 1st POST will notify officers that they will have until January 30th to update their training records with any outstanding training from 2012.
 
On January 31st if the officer’s training record is not updated, POST will notify officers that their certification has been suspended for failure to complete the required annual training. Officers that did not complete the training will be required to make up the incomplete training and apply for a waiver. Be aware POST has instituted a fee policy and officers will be looking at a minimum expense of $200 for a 1st offense.
 
You need to personally check your POST records at https://www.gpostc.org/rtt/login.php to ensure any training you attended in 2012 is on file with POST. To avoid last minute problems, you may want to consider getting this corrected before the end of the year. Of course if you know you are short of the minimum hours you have just two months left.

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