Field Services

The Field Services section provides assistance to agencies and criminal justice training schools to ensure compliance with Florida Statutes and Commission rules, policies and procedures. Eight field service representatives assist the schools with the Commission certified criminal justice training school certification process, and conducts inspections for officer employment, instructor certification, K-9 team certification, and training facilities, in addition to monitoring classes for rule compliance. Commission Field Specialists have specific regional assignments and are housed within the FDLE Regional Operation Centers and Field Offices throughout the state. 

Our goal is to promote professionalism among law enforcement and corrections officers through a higher level of training, education and employment standards.

Certified Criminal Justice Training Schools: Facility and Equipment Requirements

A training school shall meet or exceed the facility and equipment specifications outlined in State Requirements for Educational Facilities (SREF), Rule 6A-2.0111, F.A.C., and with local and state regulations relating to fire, health, and building standards, as such standards are applicable to public access facilities. A Field Representative shall document compliance or non-compliance of the established facility and equipment requirements pursuant to Rule 11B-21.005, F.A.C., on a "Training School Classroom Facility Requirements" form CJSTC-205.

For questions or comments contact Terry Baker, Training & Research Manager, at (850) 410-8600 or by email:

Field Representative Contacts & Region Assignments