With the advice of the Commission, the Executive Director of the Commission may:
1. Appoint employees, agents, consultants and other staff of the Commission and prescribe
2. Administer and direct the daily operation of the staff and resources of the Commission;
3. Inspect academies for training peace officers, and issue and revoke certificates
of approval to such academies;
4. Certify qualified instructors for approved courses of training for peace officers
and issue appropriate certificates to instructors;
5. Certify peace officers who have satisfactorily completed courses of training for
peace officers and issue basic, intermediate, advanced and management professional
certificates to peace officers;
6. Make recommendations to the Commission concerning the issuance of executive certificates;
7. Cause annual audits to be made relating to the operation of academies for training
8. Consult and cooperate with academies for training peace officers concerning the
development of the basic and advanced training programs for peace officers;
9. Consult and cooperate with academies for training peace officers concerning the
development of specialized courses of study in this State for peace officers in the
areas of police science, police administration, corrections, probation, the social
sciences and other related areas;
10. Consult and cooperate with other departments and agencies of this State and of
local governments concerning the training of peace officers;
11. Report to the Commission at the regular meetings of the Commission and at such
other times as the Commission may require, and recommend the denial, suspension or
revocation of certification of a peace officer to the Commission as deemed necessary;
12. Execute contracts on behalf of the Commission; and
13. Perform any other acts necessary and appropriate to the carrying out of the duties
of the Executive Director of the Commission.
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