14B NCAC 16 .1105          EDUCATIONAL DEGREES AND NON-DEGREED TRAINING

(a)  An applicant will receive a minimum of 400 hours of experience credit for an associate's degree.  The Administrator or the Board may grant up to 100 additional hours if the applicant can demonstrate that further training or course-work related to the private protective services industry was received while obtaining the associate's degree.

(b)  An applicant will receive 800 hours of experience credit for a bachelor's degree.  The Administrator or the Board may grant up to 200 additional hours if the applicant can demonstrate that further training or course-work related to the private protective services industry was received while obtaining the bachelor's degree.

(c)  An applicant will receive 1,200 hours of experience credit for a graduate degree.  The Administrator or the Board may grant an additional 300 additional hours if the applicant can demonstrate that further training or course-work related to the private protective services industry was received while obtaining the graduate degree.

(d)  During the first 40 hours of one-on-one supervision, a Level One Associate may receive up to 4 hours of one-on-one supervision credit for time spent in the courtroom observing a docketed trial.  Of the remaining 120 hours of one-on-one supervision required in Level One, the Associate may receive up to 12 hours of credit for time spent in the courtroom observing an actual trial.  Of the thousand hours of training required in Level One, the Associate can not receive more than 100 hours of credit for time spent in the courtroom observing an actual trial.  To receive credit for courtroom observation, the Level One Associate must indicate in the Associate's Log the docket number of the trial and the time spent observing the actual trial.

(e)  During the first 40 hours of one-on-one supervision, a Level Two Associate may receive up to 4 hours of one-on-one supervision credit for time spent in the courtroom observing a docketed trial.  Of the remaining 80 hours of one-on-one supervision required in Level Two, the Associate may receive up to 8 hours of credit for time spent in the courtroom observing an actual trial.  Of the thousand hours of training required in Level Two, the Associate can not receive more than 100 hours of credit for time spent in the courtroom observing an actual trial.  To receive credit for courtroom observation, the Level Two Associate must indicate in the Associate's Log the docket number of the trial and the time spent observing the actual trial.

(f)  During the first 40 hours of one-on-one supervision, a Level Three Associate may receive up to 4 hours of one-on-one supervision credit for time spent in the courtroom observing a docketed trial.  Of the one thousand hours of training required in Level Three, the Associate can not receive more than 100 hours of credit for time spent in the courtroom observing an actual trial.  To receive credit for courtroom observation, the Level Three Associate must indicate in the Associate's Log the docket number of the trial and the time spent observing the actual trial.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 74C-5(2);

Eff. July 1, 1994;

Transferred and Recodified from 12 NCAC 07D .1105 Eff. July 1, 2015.