Officer Holder of the Many Police Department is currently attending an intensive training course known as POST.
According to the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Criminal Justice, POST, or the Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, was established by Act 397 of 1976, as amended, to develop training standards for peace officers in the State of Louisiana.
Officer Holder is attending POST in Bossier Parish at the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Training Academy. All Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Training Academy (BPSTA) instructors are POST certified. According to the BPSTA, “The BPSTA fully covers all POST basic requirements and incorporates a myriad of additional elective subjects which serve today’s law enforcement officers well. They are as follows: Bomb and Homemade Explosives Awareness taught by the LSP; Conflict De-escalation Skills; Cover and Maneuver Tactics, Techniques and Procedures; K-9 Unit Orientation; “Looking Beyond the Ticket” taught by the Louisiana State Police; Vehicle Physical Inspection Certification taught by the LSP; National Incident Management System (NIMS); Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST)Certification; Intoxilyzer 9000 Certification, Below 100, Life Air Rescue Ground School, Radar/Lidar Certification, and Dealing with the Armed Public.”
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