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3/13/2017 - Biill is Governor Bound - Click here to print this information

Fryes bill providing training for law enforcement heads to governor

STATEHOUSE (March 13, 2017) The Indiana House of Representatives today voted unanimously in support of a bill sponsored by State Rep. Randy Frye (R-Greensburg) requiring a refresher training course for law enforcement officers.

Senate Bill 185 would establish a training refresher course for officers who have already graduated from the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, but were inactive for two years or more.

My goal with this legislation is to make sure that our law enforcement personnel are prepared to go out and protect our communities, Frye said. This proposal, which could soon be signed into law, would provide available resources to officers who have taken time away from service.

According to Frye, the bill establishes training guidelines when long-term breaks occur for reserve officers, full-time officers and students that are paying their way through the training academy while also attending school.

The bill has been approved by the House of Representatives and Senate, and awaits a signature from the governor.




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