Under existing law, a law enforcement trainee must successfully complete the law enforcement training course at an academy approved by the Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission, but there is no specific training regarding human trafficking in the curriculum
This bill would require the Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission to provide mandatory training in human trafficking for trainees in APOSTC approved academies
Under existing law, a law enforcement officer must complete 12 hours of continuing education each year, but there is not specific training required that focuses on human trafficking
This bill would also require a law enforcement officer complete one hour of continuing education relating to human trafficking each year
Relating to law enforcement officers; to require the Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission to provide a mandatory human trafficking training course for trainees in approved academies; to require a law enforcement to complete one hour of continuing education related to human trafficking each year; and to provide for the development of a training course by the Alabama Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission.
|March 21, 2019||H||Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security|
|Hearing||April 17, 2019||Room 206 at 09:00||House PS&HS Hearing|
|Bill Text||HB270 Alabama 2019 Session - Introduced|