Attendance is required at all class sessions. Students must demonstrate the ability to teach all techniques utilized in the BLET Subject Control/Arrest Techniques lesson plan.
Students must successfully complete a practical skills evaluation of the subject control/arrest techniques methods. Upon course completion, students must attain a minimum of 75% on a Commission-administered written examination prior to being certified as a Specialized Subject Control/Arrest Techniques Instructor.
Comfortable and practical clothing, tennis or aerobic shoes, and gym apparel for physical training are necessary. Students should also bring handcuffs and duty belt with standard attached equipment to include expandable baton (NO WEAPONS, NO AEROSOL CHEMICAL SPRAYS). Physical training will be conducted at specified times and participation is mandatory.
According to NC Administrative Code 12 NCAC 09B .0232 SPECIALIZED SUBJECT CONTROL ARREST TECHNIQUES INSTRUCTOR TRAINING:
Each applicant for specialized subject control arrest techniques instructor training shall:
(1) have completed the criminal justice general instructor training course;
(2) present a letter from a licensed physician stating the applicant’s physical fitness to participate in the course;
(3) present a written endorsement by a certified school director indicating the student will be utilized to instruct subject control arrest techniques in Basic Law Enforcement Training Courses; or
4) present a written endorsement by a department head, certified school director, or in-service training coordinator indicating the student will be utilized to instruct Subject Control Arrest Techniques for the “Law Enforcement Officers’ In-Service Training Program”
NOTE: Effective February 2013: Student’s applying for our Specialized Instructor Training courses no longer have to submit a CPR card in order to enroll or attend. Students will have to submit the CPR card to the Criminal Justice Education Training and Standards Division once they complete our Specialized course and apply for certification.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that each of these items are on file with the NC Justice Academy. If any of the above required items are missing from the applicant’s file, the applicant will NOT be enrolled in the course.