• Chief Administrator Responsibilities for Class B Waivers was amended to explain the chief administrator’s responsibilities for the waiver request process for individuals with a Class B conviction or deferred adjudication within 5 years.

  • Enrollment Standards was amended to remove the 12 college hour requirement from applicants with GEDs in accordance with HB 3389. It was also amended to add factors considered for mitigating circumstances, and to clarify enrollment requirements for basic peace officer licensing courses. It was also amended to identify examinations required for enrollment to basic peace officer licensing courses, and to clarify that academies may establish additional enrollment standards.

  • Continuing Education Credit for Licensees was amended to provide for refusal of licensing or certification courses by unlicensed or non-contractual training providers.

  • Reciprocity for Out-of-State Peace Officers, Federal Criminal Investigators, and Military Police was amended to provide clarity for the eligibility requirements for out-of-state peace officers to qualify for an endorsement to attempt a state licensing examination. It was also amended to add the military police occupational specialties, training, and service time requirements.

  • Crime Prevention Inspector Proficiency was removed due to the repeal of Section 5.33A, of the Insurance Code.

  • Firearms Proficiency for Community Supervision Officers was amended to reflect weapons proficiency requirements for community supervision officers. It was also amended to include an expiration date for certificates issued, and stipulates requirements for renewal of the certificate for community supervision officers.

  • Contested Cases and Hearings was amended to allow for the Commission to recover transcription fees as allowed under §2001.059 of the Government Code.