Law Enforcement - Requalification Course (136 hours)
Course Number: AJ 66-350
7-Week Course - 6 Units
Those eligible for the course must have successfully completed a California Basic Course. Click the Requalification Course Application below to submit to Police Academy Office for enrollment.
Open and read through each document link below and follow the instructions in the first document titled "Requalification Course Information", this attachment includes a "Check-Off List" on page-4, of required documents that need to be submitted with the Personal History Statement Application, to the Police Academy Office at Otay Mesa HEC, 8100 Gigantic Street, San Diego, CA 92154. Organize your documents in the order listed on the "Check-Off List", do not staple any of your documents together.
This POST-certified, 136-hour minimum course serves two purposes:
- Three-Year Requalification*
This course is available to individuals who have successfully completed a POST-certified Regular or Specialized Investigators' Basic Course, the Basic Course Waiver (BCW) process, or who have been awarded a POST Basic Certificate and have a three-year or longer break in service.
- Basic Course Waiver Examination (BCWE)
After an evaluation has been approved by POST, this course may be completed to meet the examination requirements for the BCW process, which consists of written and skill components.
*Six-Year Exception: Individuals who successfully completed a Regular Basic Course (RBC), Specialized Investigators' Basic Course (SIBC), or the Basic Course Waiver process on or after July 1, 1999 but who never served in a position for which a Regular or Specialized Investigators' Basic Course was required by law
, may requalify by completing the POST Requalification Course one time within six years from the date of basic course or waiver process completion. After six years, those individuals must complete the appropriate basic course (RBC or SIBC) to requalify, regardless of when the Requalification Course was completed.
The Requalification Course includes portions of the Basic Course, which are:
- Most likely to rapidly change;
- Critical manipulative skills related to officer safety or civil liability in areas which persons are most likely to experience reduced proficiency; and
- Other related critical subjects.
The course meets every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings from 6:00PM-9:50PM and Saturdays from 8:00AM- 4:50PM
The training center is located at: Southwestern College Police Academy @ HEC, 8100 Gigantic Street, San Diego, CA 92154
Start Date: September 15, 2015
Deadline: August 28, 2015
For more information, contact the Police Academy Office at (619) 482-6462.
Mail application documents to:
Southwestern College Police Academy @ Otay Mesa HEC, 8100 Gigantic Street, San Diego, CA 92154.