ASSOCIATION TRAINING DIVISION


Established October 2007

"Training to make a difference together"

 

The Training Division defines and provides educational and training needs and obligations set forth by the

Training Director and any applicable laws relating to Law Enforcement Officers meeting such requirements set

forth in state statute when necessary. The Training committee is also involved in program planning and

development while serving as an Advisor to the Training Director and Division.

 

The Division shall maintain a set of qualification criteria for trainers, as agreed with the Training Committee

along with maintaining a private library of training materials that can be used by trainers at different levels. Ensure

that the technical and promotional content of all training materials has been approved by the Training Committee.

Maintain an examination for each appropriate level of training, approved by the Training Committee. This material

is to be kept under strict control. Maintenance shall include changing the exams periodically. Maintain a record

of training sessions completed, including: date, location, nature of the attendees, trainer, trainer feedback, and

attendee comments. The Division shall upon successful completion adhering to all course requirements set forth

by the lead instructor or section supervisor for such course issue a certificate of completion for each

individual successfully completing and adhering to such requirements. The certificate should be issued to

the student completing the course upon the last day of course or the next available scheduled monthly training

which ever may be deemed necessary by the Training Director.

 

KENTUCKY PEACE OFFICER TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Effective:
July 15, 2010

BASIC TRAINING:

(1) The following officers employed or appointed as full-time, part-time, or auxiliary officers, whether paid or unpaid, shall be certified:

(a) Department of Kentucky State Police officers, but for the commissioner of the Department of Kentucky State Police;

(b) City, county, and urban-county police officers;

(c) Court security officers and deputy sheriffs, except those identified in KRS 70.045 and 70.263(3);

(d) State or public university safety and security officers appointed pursuant to KRS 164.950;

(e) School security officers employed by local boards of education who are special law enforcement officers appointed under KRS 61.902;

(f) Airport safety and security officers appointed under KRS 183.880;

(g) Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control field representatives and investigators appointed under KRS 241.090;

(h) Division of Insurance Fraud Investigation investigators appointed under KRS 304.47-040; and

(i) County detectives appointed in a county containing a consolidated local government with the power of arrest in the county and the right to execute process statewide in accordance with KRS 69.360.
 

(2) The requirements of KRS 15.380 to 15.404 for certification may apply to all state peace officers employed pursuant to KRS Chapter 18A and shall, if adopted, be incorporated by the Personnel Cabinet for job specifications.
 

(3) Additional training in excess of the standards set forth in KRS 15.380 to 15.404 for all peace officers possessing arrest powers who have specialized law enforcement responsibilities shall be the responsibility of the employing agency.
 

(4) The following officers may, upon request of the employing agency, be certified by the council:

(a) Deputy coroners;

(b) Deputy constables;

(c) Deputy jailers;

(d) Deputy sheriffs under KRS 70.045 and 70.263(3);

(e) Officers appointed under KRS 61.360;

(f) Officers appointed under KRS 61.902, except those who are school security officers employed by local boards of education;

(g) Private security officers;

(h) Employees of a correctional services division created pursuant to KRS 67A.028 and employees of a metropolitan correctional services department created pursuant to KRS 67B.010 to 67B.080; and

(i) Investigators employed by the Department of Charitable Gaming in accordance with KRS 238.510; and

(j) Commonwealth detectives employed under KRS 69.110 and county detectives employed under KRS 69.360.
 

(5) The following officers shall be exempted from the certification requirements but may upon their request be certified by the council:

(a) Sheriffs;

(b) Coroners;

(c) Constables;

(d) Jailers;

(e) Kentucky Horse Racing Commission security officers employed under KRS 230.240; and

(f) Commissioner of the State Police.
 

(6) Federal peace officers cannot be certified under KRS 15.380 to 15.404.

  

Training Division Staff






Director
Col. Jason Rector





(502) 882-0522
jrector@kentuckyconstableassociation.org







Deputy Director
    Jonathan Shuler






(606) 560-4148

jshuler@kentuckyconstableassociation.org






Basic Firearms Supervisor
 
Jerry Shouse
 



(502) 418-5970
jshouse@kentuckyconstableassociation.org

Click for Background Information





Advanced Firearms Supervisor

Louis McCord



(859) 391-5147
mccordlouis@yahoo.com

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Physical/Defensive Tactics Section Supervisor

VACANT





VACANT






Patrol/Traffic/Investigation Section Supervisor
William Troutwine




(270) 385-9597
williamanddonna@windstream.net

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Legal Section Supervisor

Douglas B. Holbrook

legal@kyconstableassociation.org

Vehicle Operations Section Supervisor

Jamie Meece


(606) 875-3719
jamie@meece.us

 

Training Schedule

ALL TRAINING TIMES ARE CENTRAL AND HELD AT THE COLUMBIA KCA TRAINING DIVISION OFFICE UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

 

TRAINING HOSTED BY KCA IS FREE TO MEMBERS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 
COST FOR NON-MEMBERS TRAINING IS $25 PER PERSON.

 

Various Other Agency Training

(*You may have to establish account or register to take some of these classes)

 

Kentucky Homeland Security Training Opportunities

Kentucky Emergency Management Training Opportunities

Microsoft Office Suite (2003 or 2007 Edition)

KY Train Website

Center for Domestic Preparedness (DHS-FEMA)

Domestic Preparedness Campus

 Emergency Management Institute

 National Fire Academy

National Domestic Preparedness Consortium
National Center for Biomedical Research and Training Academy of Counter Terrorist Education

 

FIREARMS TRAINING

INDOOR RANGE

Open Range
6401 Cross Key Blvd.

Crestwood KY 40014
Exit 14 towards crestwood

Left at first light

Follow blue activity signs

First left after Crestwood Station


OUTDOOR RANGE

Knob Creek Gun Range
690 Ritchey Lane
West Point, KY 40177
1 mile off Dixie Highway on Highway 44

 



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The KY Constable Association does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion or disability.  This association will provide, on request, reasonable accommodations including auxiliary aids and services necessary to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to participate in all services, programs and activities.   The KY Constable Association is committed to full compliance and intent of all provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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