165.85(4)cm)2. 2. The Commission shall issue rules that result in: 165.85(4)(bn)1.1. No person other than a popular elected official may continue to serve as a law enforcement officer or tribal law enforcement officer, except on a temporary or probationary basis, unless he or she completes annual recertification training. Any officer elected by popular vote who is also a certified officer must complete annual recertification training to maintain their certification. Every officer subject to this subdivision must work at least 24 hours in each fiscal year, beginning in the taxation year following the taxation year in which he complies with paragraph (b)(1). 165.85(3)(b)(b) Establish minimum education and training standards for admission to employment as law enforcement officers or tribal law enforcement officers in permanent and temporary, probationary or part-time positions. The training standards for tribal law enforcement officers under this paragraph shall be the same as those applicable to other law enforcement officers. 165.85(2)(g)1. 1.
A person employed by a tribe for the purpose of detecting and preventing crime and enforcing the laws or regulations of the tribe, who is authorized by the tribe to arrest Native Americans for violating the laws or regulations of the tribe, and who agrees to serve as law enforcement officers under the laws of that state. The Wausau Police Services Task Force will evaluate policing policies and practices, examine unmet community social needs that can introduce people to policing, and examine systemic racism. 165.85(4)(BN)1m. 1m. Any agent who subd. 1. Complete at least 4 hours of training every two years according to programs based on model standards published by the Council in accordance with paragraph (CM) 2. b. The hours of training completed in accordance with this subsection are based on the hours of training specified in para. 1. 165.85(1) (1) Findings and Policy.
The legislator notes that the administration of criminal justice is in the national interest and that law enforcement work is vital to the health, safety and well-being of the population of that State and is of such a nature as to require education, training and the establishment of standards of an appropriate professional nature. The public interest requires that these standards be established and that this training be provided to persons who wish to become law enforcement officers, tribal law enforcement officers, prison or juvenile detention officers, persons performing these functions as temporary or probation officers and persons already in regular service. 165.85(4)(a)2. 2. Law enforcement and tribal law enforcement officers elected by popular vote. 165.85(4)(b)1d.d.d. Training on the standards, guidelines and techniques for conducting police prosecutions specified in paragraph (cm)(2). b. 165.85(2)(ah) (ah) „Commission“ means the Enforcement Standards Commission. 165.85(3)(cm) (cm) Revocation of certification of law enforcement, tribal law enforcement officers, prison guards or juvenile inmates who dismiss or are dismissed, who violate or fail to comply with a rule or order of the Commission respecting curriculum or training, who fail to pay court-ordered support, child support, birth expenses, medical expenses or other expenses related to the assistance of a child or former spouse or who fails to comply with a subpoena or warrant issued by the Department of Children and Family or a county child welfare agency under section 59.53(5) and in paternity or child support proceedings. The Management Board shall establish procedures for the revocation of accreditation in accordance with Ch. 227, except that revocation of certification for non-payment of court-ordered payments of child or family support, alimony, birth expenses, medical expenses or other expenses related to child or former spouse`s support, or for failing to comply with a subpoena or warrant issued by the Ministry of Children and Family or a county child support agency pursuant to Article 59.53 (5) and in relation to paternity, or The procedure for the maintenance of the child after notification shall be conducted in accordance with paragraph 3 million(a).
165.85(4)(b)1.1. No person may be appointed as a law enforcement officer or tribal law enforcement officer, except on a temporary or probationary basis, unless he or she has successfully completed a law enforcement training preparatory program approved by the council and has been certified by the council as qualified for a law enforcement officer or tribal law enforcement officer. The program includes 400 hours of training, excluding the program for enforcement officers serving as rangers for the Department of Natural Resources includes 240 hours of training. The Commission issues a rule under Chapter 227, which provides a specific program for a conventional 400-hour program and a 240-hour ranger program. The duration of fixed-term employment or probationary period at the time of initial recruitment may not be extended by more than one year for officials who do not possess the training qualifications required by the Council. The total period during which a person may serve as a law enforcement officer and tribal law enforcement officer on a temporary or probationary basis without having completed a preparatory law enforcement training program approved by the Commission shall not exceed 2 years, except that the Commission shall allow part-time law enforcement officers and tribal law enforcement officers to serve temporarily or on a probationary basis without an organization-approved program to Complete Law Enforcement Training. Meals up to a maximum period of 3 years.