Forms and Resources
This zip file contains all the basic training forms you might need for your student. Included are the forms for overnight absence authorization, physical ability verification, student eligibility, admission delay, transcript request, reciprocity, and self-identification and disability disclosure.
Kansas law states in relevant part, "[T]he commission shall adopt the rules and regulations that are necessary to ensure that law enforcement officers are adequately trained and to enforce the provisions of [The Kansas Law Enforcement Training Act.] Such rules and regulations shall include, but are not limited to, the establishment of a course of fire as a standard qualification for active law enforcement officers to carry firearms [bold and underline emphasis added] that may also be used for qualified retired officers to carry firearms pursuant to federal law."
KS·CPOST requires that all full-time and part-time police officers and law enforcement officers as defined by KSA 74-5602(f) must qualify (achieve a passing score of 70% or greater in accordance with course management rules) at least once annually on the KS·CPOST statewide firearms qualification course of fire. There is no established or set time during the Training Year when the required annual firearms qualification must occur; however, officers must complete the KS·CPOST qualification process with their duty weapon on or before the last day of each Training Year.
The Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center has established a procedure for providing qualified retired or separated law enforcement officers the opportunity for annual firearms qualification on the State of Kansas standard firearms qualification course of fire pursuant to the provisions found in the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) of 2010, 18 U.S.C. Sec. 926C. In accordance with Kansas law the standard firearms qualification course of fire will be conducted at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.
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Additional Officer Resources
Affirmative Action - These affirmative action plan documents (zip) detail affirmative action plans for minorities and women, qualified protected veterans, and persons with disabilities.
Kansas Vine - The Kansas Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) is a service provided through the collaboration of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, the Kansas Department of Labor, the Office of the Attorney General, and the Kansas Sheriffs' Association. The training defines Kansas VINE, illustrates how Kansas VINE works, and examines the flow and procedures for VINE administration. Register for Vine here.