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POSTPower On Self Test
POSTPoint Of Sales Terminal
POSTParliamentary Office of Science and Technology (UK, ESRC)
POSTProgram in Polymer Science and Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
POSTPeace Officer Standards and Training
POSTPolice Officer Standards and Training
POSTPerspectives on Software Testing (Canada)
POSTPeninsula Open Space Trust (Palo Alto, CA)
POSTPhysician Orders for Scope of Treatment (living will document)
POSTPlatform Optimized for Security and Trust
POSTPhysician Office Staff Training
POSTParks, Open Space & Trails (various locations)
POSTPacific Ocean Shelf Tracking Project
POSTPeople, Objective, Strategy, Technology (marketing strategy)
POSTPayload Operations Support Team (US NASA)
POSTProgram to Optimize Simulated Trajectories
POSTPoint of Service Test
POSTPassive Optical Seeker Technique
POSTPrototype Ocean Surveillance Terminal
POSTPolice Officer Standardized Training
POSTPost Outage Study Team
POSTPortable Optical Sensor Tester
POSTProject Organizing Substitute Teachers
POSTPre-Odin Staging Tool (Operational Dependencies Information Network)
POSTPortable Operational Support Terminal
POSTParanormalists of South Texas
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Taking the Peace Officer Standards and Training test is not an easy path; but the only way the Military Police Corps can remain professional, relevant, and competitive is through the constant growth and development of its Soldiers.
1) Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, Employment Data for California Law Enforcement, 1978-1998.
Bratton, who has headed the Los Angeles Police Department since October 2002, passed the 100-question, multiple-choice test administered by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, said commission spokesman Alan Deal.
Other local sources of information include state crime commissions, training academies, peace officer standards and training organizations, and other area law enforcement agencies.
In addition to wanting to avoid distraction, the decision to head out of town is encouraged by the rules of the state Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, which reimburses agencies for conferences and training exercises, but only if the event is held more than 25 miles from an officer's workplace.
Peace officer standards and training boards require that officers receive additional training every year; the courts hold departments responsible if they fail to train their officers: and citizens want well-trained officers protecting them.
But when the victim sees a gun on TV a few days later and recognizes it as being like the gun used to threaten him, or recalls some details of the criminal's appearance, he seldom calls police to divulge what he's remembered, said Ray Bray, senior consultant for California's Office of Peace Officer Standards and Training and executive producer of POST's Long-Distance Learning Program.