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June 07 09:09 AM

Sheriff Prator to chair Louisiana POST Council

Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator has ben selected as chairman of the Louisiana Peace Officer Standards and Training Council.

The Council is responsible for developing training standards for all Louisiana commissioned peace officers and ensuring that the citizens of Louisiana are provided with police services of the highest quality.

Council members develop and evaluate the curriculum of manda tory law enforcement basic training courses and also prescribe firearms training standards for individuals who hold law enforcement positions at the state, parish and municipal levels of government. The Council also establish es minimum requirements for instructors, certifies trainees who successfully complete a basic course of instruction; accredits peace training facilities; and approves in-service, specialized and advanced training courses.

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April 13 12:33 PM
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