The following are summaries and other information related to Proposed Rules that the Department of Public Safety has submitted to the Secretary of State for Publication in the Missouri Register.  These rules will not go into effect until the public has had an opportunity to submit written comments, and to attend a public hearing if one is scheduled.

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11 CSR 75-15.020 This amendment changes the amount of Continuing Law Enforcement Education (CLEE) training credit awarded to CLEE and basic training instructors.   Proposed Amendment   Peace Officer Standards
and Training Program
7/20/2017
11 CSR 75-15.020 This amendment changes the descriptions of the training topics to the descriptions found in the proposed amendment to 11 CSR 75-15.010. This amendment further changes the requirement that the names of all CLEE instructors must appear on the certificate of training completion and replaces it with the previous requirement that only the name of the individual responsible for the general administration of the course must appear on the certificate of training completion. This was an inadvertent change made to the rules earlier this year and has caused an undue burden on the training providers.   Proposed Amendment   Peace Officer Standards
and Training Program
3/10/2017
11 CSR 75-15.010 These amendments allow for additional training flexibility with the goal of covering these training topics in much greater detail. In the rule’s current form, it requires the training provider to very briefly touch on multiple complex training topics instead of giving a detailed and proper course of instruction, which was the intent of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission.   Proposed Amendment   Peace Officer Standards
and Training Program
3/10/2017
11 CSR 75-14.030 These amendments allow for additional training flexibility with the goal of covering these training topics in much greater detail. In the rule’s current form, it requires the training provider to very briefly touch on multiple complex training topics instead of giving a detailed and proper course of instruction, which was not the intent of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission.   Proposed Amendment   Peace Officer Standards
and Training Program
3/10/2017
11 CSR 75-13.060 This amendment is being made to award one point of credit for every year of service as a full-time peace officer and to award credit to persons serving as a reserve peace officer.   Proposed Amendment   Peace Officer Standards
and Training Program
3/10/2017
11 CSR 75-13.010 This amendment is being made because the Missouri State Water Patrol combined with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, so a Class A-WP peace officer license is no longer needed.   Proposed Amendment   Peace Officer Standards
and Training Program
3/10/2017
11 CSR 30-16.020 The director of public safety is adding rule 11 CSR 30-16.020 to establish an appeals process for the Victims of Crime Act fund in Missouri.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/27/2016
11 CSR 30-16.010 The director of public safety is adding rule 11 CSR 30-16.010 to establish the allowable programs and services to be funded with federal Victims of Crime Act fund in Missouri. It establishes the application procedures to be utilized.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/27/2016
11 CSR 75-15.060 The director of public safety is amending section (1) by allowing law enforcement agencies to offer in-service CLEE credit to officers not commissioned by their agency. The director of public safety is amending sections (2) and (3) by requiring law enforcement agencies to submit their continuing education course information to the director.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 75-15.050 This amendment adds the requirement that all recognized sources of continuing education training are subject to audit by the director and it requires officers that attend federal or out-of-state training to provide evidence to the director that they successfully completed the course before they can receive continuing education training credit.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 75-15.040 This amendment eliminates the requirement that course source documents be submitted to the director; it eliminates the requirement that a detailed continuing education lesson plan be submitted to the director and replaces it with a requirement that the provider submit a detailed synopsis or detailed overview of the course; and it requires the training provider to resubmit a course if they change their detailed synopsis or their detailed over of their previously submitted course.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 75-15.030 This amendment eliminates the requirement that course source documents be maintained; it eliminates the requirement that a detailed continuing education lesson plan be maintained and replaces it with a requirement that the licensed provider maintain a detailed synopsis or detailed overview of the course; and it requires the licensed training provider to either offer some computer-based training or to deliver at least thirty percent (30%) of their total contact hours of live continuing education instruction at a location away from their main training center office(s).   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 75-15.020 This amendment clarifies the types of training that fit within one of the four designated continuing education curricula areas; it requires that if training is being offered in a specific subcategory, it has to be designated as such; we changing the requirement that a detailed continuing education lesson plan be submitted for approval and we have changed it to simply requiring a detailed synopsis or detailed overview of the course; and we are allowing for easier methods of reporting when an officer completes a continuing education course.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 75-15.010 This amendment changes the continuing education reporting period for peace officers from a three year reporting period to an annual reporting period, which begins on January 1, 2017; it allows for a one-time transition of reporting periods for those persons licensed prior to January 1, 2015; it allows peace officers to transfer eight (8) hours of continuing education training from one reporting period to the next; it allows racial profiling training to come from any source; and it adds the additional continuing education sub-categories of: Officer well-being, including mental health awareness; Fair and impartial policing practices including implicit bias recognition; Handling persons with mental health and cognitive impairment issues; and Tactical training to include de-escalation techniques, crisis management, critical thinking and social intelligence.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 75-14.030 The director of public safety is amending section (1), by eliminating the Class A-WP peace officer license. The director of public safety is amending section (1) by adding subsection (E). The director of public safety is amending section (3) by amending the physical address of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 75-14.020 This amendment is being made to modify the record retention requirements for basic training centers.   Proposed Amendment   Office of the Director 12/05/2015
11 CSR 30-12.010 This rule sets out the requirements of submitting a claim for payment, establishes the criteria by which expenses are paid, and sets out the maximum payment for SAFE-CARE providers who perform or provide a case review of a forensic examination of a person under eighteen (18) years of age who is an alleged victim of physical abuse.   Proposed Rule   Office of the Director 11/02/2015
11 CSR 30-12.010 This rule sets out the requirements of submitting a claim for payment, establishes the criteria by which expenses are paid, and sets out the maximum payment for SAFE-CARE providers who perform or provide a case review of a forensic examination of a person under eighteen (18) years of age who is an alleged victim of physical abuse.   Proposed Rule   Office of the Director 11/02/2015
11 CSR 30-12.010 Payments for Sexual Assault Forensic Examination
The Missouri Department of Public Safety is adding subsections 7, 8 and 9, adding definitions, and amending subsection 10. The amendments further define and set protocol for emergency and non-emergency sexual assault forensic examinations and medical provider qualifications for reimbursement.
  Proposed Rule   Office of the Director 02/02/2015
11 CSR 30-12.010 Payments for Sexual Assault Forensic Examination
The Missouri Department of Public Safety is adding subsections 7, 8 and 9, adding definitions, and amending subsection 10. The amendments further define and set protocol for emergency and non-emergency sexual assault forensic examinations and medical provider qualifications for reimbursement.
  Proposed Rule   Office of the Director 02/02/2015
11 CSR 40-5.165 This rule specifies the scope of work performed by an elevator mechanic and license application process   December 15, 2014 Volume 39, No. 24/Proposed Rule Statement Division of Fire Safety 12/16/2014
11 CSR 40-5.170 This rule describes the scope of work and eligibility requirements to obtain an elevator mechanic I or II license.   December 15, 2014 Volume 39, No. 24   Division of Fire Safety 12/16/2014
11 CSR 40-5.175 This rule describes the scope of work and eligibility requirements to obtain an elevator contractor I or II license.   December 15, 2014 Volume 39, No. 24   Division of Fire Safety 12/16/2014
11 CSR 40-5.180 This rule outlines the scope of work for an elevator contractor I or II.   December 15, 2014 Volume 39, No. 24   Division of Fire Safety 12/16/2014
11 CSR 40-5.190 This rule established conditions and procedures related to disciplinary action against an elevator mechanic or contractor license   December 15, 2014 Volume 39, No. 24   Division of Fire Safety 12/16/2014
11 CSR 40-5.195 This rule establishes a licensing fee schedule and requires fees collected to be deposited into the Elevator Safety Fund. December 15, 2014 Volume 39, No. 24 Yes Division of Fire Safety 12/16/2014
11 CSR 10-2.010 This amendment further details public access to Missouri Army National Guard Macon Training Site   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri National Guard Adjutant General 12/30/2014
11 CSR 10-3.015 This amendment allows applicants of the Missouri National Guard Member Educational Assistance Program to submit unofficial transcripts in the application package   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri National Guard Adjutant General 12/30/2014
11 CSR 50-2.321 This amendment removes the inspection of ramps on special education buses, since ramps are optional equipment.   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri State Highway Patrol 1/2/2015
11 CSR 50-2.010 This amendment updates definitions for "decal", "motor tricycle", "rejection notice", and "vehicle owner".   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri State Highway Patrol 1/2/2015
11 CSR 50-2.100 This rule establishes uniform procedures for inspection stations to follow in the requisition of inspection stickers, safety inspection authorities, emission inspection authorities, and decals to simplify the ordering process and collection of funds. In addition, the rule establishes requirements of station operators to order and keep a sufficient number of inspection stickers, safety inspection authorities, emission inspection authorities, or decals on hand to meet their needs.   >January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri State Highway Patrol 1/2/2015
11 CSR 50-2.240 This amendment changes and clarifies the locations at which tire wear may be checked and rejected during safety inspections.   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri State Highway Patrol 1/2/2015
11 CSR 50-2.270 This amendment provides a definition for "driver's vision area" and provides additional clarification of rejection criteria.   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri State Highway Patrol 1/2/2015
11 CSR 50-2.230 This amendment provides clarification that windshield wipers are required on the front windshield only and clarifies what will be inspected regarding windshield wipers.   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri State Highway Patrol 1/2/2015
11 CSR 50-2.290 This amendment provides clarification that filler tube caps are to be inspected, without regard to fuel type, if the vehicle was originally equipped with such. In addition, the amendment deletes the inspection of compressed fuel systems from the safety inspection program.   January 2, 2015 Volume 40, No. 1 / Proposed Amendment   Missouri State Highway Patrol 1/2/2015

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