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Oregon Bulletin

February 1, 2012

 

Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
Chapter 259

Rule Caption: Remove references to supervisory/middle management courses and DPSST-approved supervisory and management-level training.

Adm. Order No.: DPSST 17-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-23-2011

Certified to be Effective: 12-23-11

Notice Publication Date: 12-1-2011

Rules Amended: 259-008-0060

Subject: Due primarily to budget restrictions, the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training no longer offers or approves courses for supervisory or middle-management certification levels. This rule update removes the outdated references to the supervisory and middle-management courses and DPSST-approved supervisory or management-level training.

Rules Coordinator: Linsay Hale—(503) 378-2431

259-008-0060

Public Safety Officer Certification

(1) Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory, Management, Executive and Instructor Certificates are awarded by the Department to law enforcement officers and telecommunicators meeting prescribed standards of training, education, experience; and the levels established by the employing law enforcement units, or public or private safety agencies. Emergency medical dispatchers may be awarded basic certification only.

(2) Basic certification is mandatory and must be acquired by all police officers, parole and probation officers, telecommunicators, and emergency medical dispatchers within 18 months of employment, and by all corrections officers within one year of employment unless an extension is granted by the Department.

(3) To be eligible for the award of a certificate, law enforcement officers must be full-time employees as defined by ORS 181.610 and OAR 259-008-0005 or part-time parole and probation officers, as described in ORS 181.610 and OAR 259-008-0066.

(4) To be eligible for the award of a certificate, law enforcement officers must meet the Board’s prescribed minimum employment standards as established by OAR 259-008-0010.

(5) To be eligible for the award of a certificate, telecommunicators must meet the Board’s prescribed minimum employment standards as established by OAR 259-008-0011.

(6) To be eligible for the award of a certificate, law enforcement officers must subscribe to and swear or affirm to abide by the Criminal Justice Code of Ethics (Form F11). Telecommunicators and emergency medical dispatchers must subscribe to and swear or affirm to abide by the Telecommunicator Code of Ethics. (Form F-11T).

(7) Application for certification must be submitted on Form F7 (Application for Certification), with all applicable sections of the form completed. The form must be signed by the applicant. In order to ensure that the applicant meets the minimum standards of employment, training, education, and experience, and is competent to hold the level of certification for which the applicant has applied, the department head or authorized representative must sign the form recommending that the certificate be issued or withheld. If the department head chooses not to recommend the applicant’s request for certification, the reason for this decision must be specified in writing and must accompany the Form F7.

(8) When a department head is the applicant, the above recommendation must be made by the department head’s appointing authority such as the city manager or mayor, or in the case of a specialized agency, the applicant’s superior. Elected department heads are authorized to sign as both applicant and department head.

(9) In addition to the requirements set forth above, each applicant must have completed the designated education and training, combined with the prescribed corrections, parole and probation, police or telecommunications experience for the award of an Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory, Management, or Executive Certificate.

(a) Each quarter credit unit granted by an accredited college or university which operates on a quarterly schedule will equal one (1) education credit.

(b) Each semester credit unit granted by an accredited college or university operating on a semester schedule will equal one and one half (1-1/2) education credits.

(c) The Department must receive sealed official transcripts from a college prior to entering college credit on an individual’s official record.

(10) Training:

(a) Basic courses certified by the Department shall be approved by the Board.

(b) The Department may record training hours for departmental or other in-service training which is recorded and documented in the personnel files of the trainee’s department. These records must include the subject, instructor, classroom hours, date, sponsor, and location.

(c) Training completed in other states, military training, and other specialized training, if properly documented, may be accepted, subject to staff evaluation and approval. These records must include the subject, date, and classroom hours, and must be certified true copies of the original.

(d) College credits earned may be counted for either training hours or education credits, whichever is to the advantage of the applicant.

(e) College credit awarded based on training completed may be applied toward either training hours or education credits, whichever is to the advantage of the applicant.

(A) Prior to applying an applicant’s college credit toward any upper level of certification, the Department must receive documentation of the number of college credits awarded based on training attended.

(B) The training hours identified under paragraph (A) and submitted as college credit toward an upper level of certification will not be included in any calculation of whether the applicant has earned sufficient training hours to qualify for the requested certification level.

(i) Any college credit received for practical or skills-based training attended will be calculated at a ratio of 1:20 hours for each quarter credit, for purposes of training hour deductions.

(ii) Any college credit received for academic training attended will be calculated at a ratio of 1:10 hours for each quarter credit, for purposes of training hour deductions.

(f) No credit can be applied toward both education credits and training hours when originating from the same training event.

(11) Experience/Employment:

(a) Experience gained as a corrections, parole and probation, or police officer employed full time with municipal, county, state, or federal agencies, may be accepted if the experience is in the field in which certification is requested and is approved by the Department. For the purpose of this rule, creditable service time for experience will not accrue under the following circumstances:

(A) When an individual is employed in a casual, seasonal, or temporary capacity;

(B) When an individual is on leave. A public safety professional may submit a written request for credit for military time served upon return from his or her military duty. The Department will evaluate each written request to determine whether an individual is eligible for any credit for time served;

(C) From the date a public safety professional’s certification is recalled until it is reinstated by the Department; or

(D) When a public safety professional fails to obtain Basic certification within a mandated timeframe and is prohibited from being employed as a public safety professional.

(b) Experience acquired as a telecommunicator or emergency medical dispatcher employed with a public or private safety agency may be accepted if the experience is in the field in which certification is requested and is approved by the Department.

(c) Experience acquired as a certified part-time telecommunicator or emergency medical dispatcher as defined in OAR 259-008-0005, or part time parole and probation officer as defined under 259-008-0005 and 259-008-0066, will count on a pro-rated basis.

(d) Police, corrections, parole and probation, telecommunicator, or emergency medical dispatch experience in fields other than that in which certification is requested may receive partial credit when supported by job descriptions or other documentary evidence. In all cases, experience claimed is subject to evaluation and approval by the Department.

(12) The Basic Certificate. In addition to the requirements set forth in section (1) of this rule, the following are required for the award of the Basic Certificate:

(a) Applicants must have completed a period of service of not less than nine (9) months with one or more law enforcement units or public or private safety agencies in a certifiable position in the field in which certification is being requested;

(b) Applicants must have satisfactorily completed the required Basic Course in the field in which certification is requested or have completed equivalent training as determined by the Department; and

(c) Applicants must have valid first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) cards.

(13) The Intermediate Certificate. In addition to the requirements set forth in section (1) of this rule, the following are required for the award of the Intermediate Certificate:

(a) Applicants must possess a Basic Certificate in the field in which certification is requested; and

(b) Applicants must have acquired the following combinations of education hours and training hours combined with the prescribed years of police, corrections, parole and probation or telecommunications experience, or the college degree designated combined with the prescribed years of experience: [Table not included. See ED. NOTE.]

(14) The Advanced Certificate. In addition to the requirements set forth in section (1) of this rule, the following are required for the award of the Advanced Certificate:

(a) Applicants must possess or be eligible to possess the Intermediate Certificate in the field in which certification is requested; and

(b) Applicants must have acquired the following combinations of education and training hours combined with the prescribed years of corrections, parole and probation, police, telecommunications experience, or the college degree designated combined with the prescribed years of experience: [Table not included. See ED. NOTE.]

(15) The Supervisory Certificate. In addition to requirements set forth in section (1) of this rule, the following are required for the award of the Supervisory Certificate:

(a) Applicants must possess or be eligible to possess the Advanced Certificate in the field in which certification is requested;

(b) Applicants must have satisfactorily completed no less than 45 education credits as defined in section (10) of this rule;

(c) Applicants must have satisfactorily completed the prescribed Supervision training within five (5) years prior to application for the Supervisory Certificate; and

(d) Applicants must be presently employed in, or have satisfactorily performed the duties associated with, the position of a first-level supervisor as defined in OAR 259-008-0005 and as attested to by the applicant’s department head during the time such duties were performed for a period of one (1) year. The required experience must have been acquired within five (5) years prior to the date of application.

(e) Upon request of the employing agency, the Department may waive the requirements of subsection (c) or (d) of this section, provided the employing agency demonstrates that the applicant performs, on a regular basis, supervisory duties.

(16) The Management Certificate. In addition to requirements set forth in section (1) of this rule, the following are required for the award of the Management Certificate:

(a) Applicants must possess or be eligible to possess the Supervisory Certificate in the field in which certification is requested;

(b) Applicants must have satisfactorily completed no less than 90 education credits as defined in section (10) of this rule;

(c) Applicants must have satisfactorily completed the prescribed Middle Management training within five (5) years prior to application for the Management Certificate; and

(d) Applicants must be presently employed in and must have served satisfactorily in a Middle Management position as a Department Head or Assistant Department Head as defined in OAR 259-008-0005 for a period of two (2) years. The required experience must have been acquired within five (5) years prior to the date of application.

(e) Upon request of the employing agency, the Department may waive the requirements of subsection (c) or (d) of this section, provided the employing agency demonstrates that the applicant performs, on a regular basis, management duties.

(17) The Executive Certificate. In addition to requirements set forth in section (1) of this rule, the following are required for the award of the Executive Certificate:

(a) Applicants must possess or be eligible to possess the Management Certificate in the field in which certification is requested;

(b) Applicants must have satisfactorily completed no less than 90 education credits as defined in section (10) of this rule;

(c) Applicants must have satisfactorily completed 100 hours of Department-approved executive level training within five (5) years prior to application for the Executive Certificate; and

(d) Applicants must be presently employed in and must have served satisfactorily in a Middle Management position as Department Head or Assistant Department Head as defined in OAR 259-008-0005 for a period of two (2) years. The required experience must have been acquired within five (5) years prior to the date of the application.

(e) Upon request of the employing agency, the Department may waive the requirements of subsection (c) or (d) of this section, provided the employing agency demonstrates that the applicant performs, on a regular basis, the duties associated with that of a department head or assistant department head.

(18) Multi-discipline Certification. Upon receiving written request from the department head stating a justified and demonstrated need exists for the efficient operation of the employing agency, the Department may approve multi-discipline certification for law enforcement officers who meet all minimum employment, training and education standards established in OAR 259-008-0010, 259-008-0011, 259-008-0025, and this rule, in the disciplines which they are requesting certification. The officer must meet the following requirements for the award of multi-discipline certification:

(a) Basic certification. A law enforcement officer who is certified in one discipline may apply for multi-discipline certification if employed in or transferred to another discipline within the same law enforcement unit. The applicant must demonstrate completion of all training requirements in the discipline in which certification is being requested.

(b) Higher levels of certification. Law enforcement officers who possess higher levels of certification in one discipline may, upon employment in or transfer to another discipline within the same law enforcement unit, apply for the same level of certification after completion of nine (9) months experience in the discipline in which they are requesting certification and meeting the requirements for those higher levels of certification as outlined in this rule. This section does not apply to the emergency medical dispatcher discipline since it only exists at the basic certification level.

(c) Retention of multi-discipline certification. In order to maintain multi-discipline certification, each discipline in which certification is held requires successful completion and documentation of training hours by the holders of the certificates every twelve (12) months. The training must be reported to the Department, as follows:

(A) For a law enforcement officer who also holds emergency medical dispatcher certification, a minimum of four (4) hours of training specific to the emergency medical dispatcher discipline must be reported annually as required under OAR 259-008-0064.

(B) For a law enforcement officer who also holds telecommunicator certification, a minimum of twelve (12) hours of training specific to the telecommunicator discipline must be reported annually as required under OAR 259-008-0064.

(C) A minimum of twenty (20) hours of training specific to each law enforcement discipline in which certification is held must be reported annually as required under subsections (h) through (l) of this section.

(d) The same training may be used for more than one discipline if the content is specific to each discipline. It is the responsibility of the agency head to determine if the training is appropriate for more than one discipline.

(e) The maintenance training cycle for law enforcement officers who are certified in more than one discipline begins on July 1st of each year and ends on June 30th the following year.

(f) The employing agency must maintain documentation of all required maintenance training completed.

(g) If reported on a Form F-6 (Course Attendance Roster), required maintenance training must be submitted to the Department by June 30th of each year. Training reported on a Form F-6 will result in credit for training hours. No training hours will be added to a law enforcement officer’s record, unless accompanied by a Form F-6 Course Attendance Roster.

(h) On or after July 1st of each year, the Department will identify all law enforcement officers who are deficient in maintenance training according to Department records and provide notification to the individual and the employing agency.

(A) Within 30 days of receipt of notification, the agency must notify the Department of the training status of any law enforcement officer identified as deficient by submitting a Form F-16 (Maintenance Training Log) to the Department identifying the maintenance training completed during the previous one (1) year reporting period.

(B) Maintenance training hours reported to the Department on a Form F-16 will be used solely to verify completion of maintenance training requirements and will not be added to an officer’s training record.

(i) Failure to notify the Department of completion of any required training for individuals with identified training deficiencies will result in a notification of recall letter being sent to the agency head and the officer.

(j) The Department will recall a law enforcement officer’s certification for:

(A) Failure to complete or report any required maintenance training above on or before June 30th of each year; or

(B) Failure to submit a Form F-16 within 30 days after a warning notification letter has been sent.

(k) A law enforcement officer with a recalled certification is prohibited from being employed in any position for which the certification has been recalled.

(l) Recertification following a recall may be obtained at the approval of the Department by submitting the following:

(A) A written request from the employing agency head requesting recertification, along with a justification of why the maintenance training was not completed; and

(B) Verification that the missing training was completed.

(m) Failure to complete the required maintenance training may not result in a recall of certification if the law enforcement officer is on leave from a public or private safety agency.

(19) Certificates and awards are the property of the Department. The Department has the power to revoke or recall any certificate or award as provided in the Act.

[ED. NOTE: Forms & Tables referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 181.640, 181.644, 181.651, 181.652, 181.653, 181.654, 181.665

Stats. Implemented: ORS 181.640, 181.644, 181.651, 181.652, 181.653, 181.654 & 181.665

Hist.: PS 12, f. & ef. 12-19-77; PS 1-1979, f. 10-1-79, ef. 10-3-79; PS 1-1980(Temp), f. & ef. 6-26-80; PS 2-1980, f. & ef. 12-8-80; PS 1-1981, f. 9-26-81, ef. 11-2-81; PS 1-1983, f. & ef. 12-15-83; PS 1-1985, f. & ef. 4-24-85; Renumbered from 259-010-0055, PS 1-1990, f. & cert. ef. 2-7-90; PS 1-1995, f. & cert. ef. 3-30-95, PS 2-1995, f. & cert. ef. 9-27-95; PS 7-1997, f. 3-20-97, cert. ef. 3-25-97; PS 10-1997(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-5-97; BPSST 1-1998, f. & cert. ef. 5-6-98; BPSST 2-1998(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 5-6-98 thru 6-30-98; BPSST 3-1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-98; BPSST 1-1999, f. & cert. ef. 3-9-99; BPSST 6-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-29-99; BPSST 11-2000, f. 11-13-00, cert. ef. 11-15-00; BPSST 13-2001(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-26-01 thru 4-10-02; BPSST 8-2002, f. & cert. ef. 4-3-02; BPSST 21-2002, f. & cert. ef. 11-21-02; DPSST 1-2004, f. 1-16-04, cert. ef. 1-20-04; DPSST 5-2004, f. & cert. ef. 4-23-04; DPSST 2-2008, f. & cert. ef. 1-15-08; DPSST 9-2008, f. & cert. ef. 7-15-08; DPSST 22-2008, f. & cert. ef. 12-29-08; DPSST 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 4-8-09; DPSST 1-2010, f. & cert. ef. 1-11-10; DPSST 2-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-15-10; DPSST 4-2010, f. & cert. ef. 6-2-10; DPSST 7-2010, f. 7-15-10, cert. ef. 8-1-10; DPSST 8-2010, f. & cert. ef 8-13-10; DPSST 8-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-24-11; DPSST 17-2011, f. & cert. ef. 12-23-11

 

Rule Caption: Update Public Safety Memorial Fund eligibility dates.

Adm. Order No.: DPSST 18-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-28-2011

Certified to be Effective: 12-28-11

Notice Publication Date: 12-1-2011

Rules Amended: 259-070-0010

Subject: Section 12, Chapter 981, Oregon Laws 1999 allows for family members of public safety officers who suffered a qualifying death after January 1, 1997, but prior to October 23, 1999 to be eligible for Public Safety Memorial Fund benefits. Although this clause was not written into statute, the eligibility dates remain as determine when the bill passed the legislature in 1999. The grandfather clause is added to rule, ensuring the eligibility dates accurately mirror the statute.

Rules Coordinator: Linsay Hale—(503) 378-2431

259-070-0010

Eligibility

(1) Eligibility of award applies to public safety officers who suffered a qualifying death or disability on or after October 23, 1999. Subject to availability of funds, the Board may award benefits to:

(a) Eligible family members of public safety officers who suffered a qualifying death or disability on or after October 23, 1999;

(b) A designee of a public safety officer who suffered a qualifying death or disability on or after January 1, 2008.

(c) Family members of public safety officers who suffered a qualifying death or disability after January 1, 1997, but prior to October 23, 1999 as described in Section 12, Chapter 981, Oregon Laws 1999.

(2) Prior to acceptance of an initial application, any individual applying for benefits based on a qualifying disability must provide satisfactory evidence that they meet the definition of “permanent total disability” found in ORS 656.206 and OAR 436-030-0055. Satisfactory evidence is established by submitting:

(a) Proof of Determination of Permanent Total Disability in compliance with the Worker’s Compensation Division of the Department of Consumer and Business Services; or

(b) Competent written vocational testimony by a person fully certified by the State of Oregon to render vocational services that the applicant meets the definition of “permanent total disability” found in ORS 656.206 and OAR 430-030-0055.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 245.950

Stats. Implemented: ORS 245.950

Hist.: BPSST 2-2000(Temp), f. 4-21-00, cert. ef. 4-27-00 thru 10-16-00; BPSST 5-2000, f. & cert. ef. 9-29-00; BPSST 3-2002, f. & cert. ef. 2-11-02; DPSST 12-2005, f. & cert. ef. 11-15-05; DPSST 1-2007, f. & cert. ef. 1-12-07; DPSST 20-2008, f. & cert. ef. 10-15-08; DPSST 18-2011, f. & cert. ef. 12-28-11

 

Rule Caption: Allow for application of general polygraph examiner license if awarded a GED certificate.

Adm. Order No.: DPSST 19-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 12-30-2011

Certified to be Effective: 12-30-11

Notice Publication Date: 12-1-2011

Rules Amended: 259-020-0015

Subject: This rule change implements Senate Bill 71, enacted during the 2011 legislative session, which changed the Polygraph Examiner’s Act to allow for an applicant to apply for a general polygraph examiner license if they have been awarded a GED certificate. Plain language standards and minor housekeeping changes were made for clarity.

Rules Coordinator: Linsay Hale—(503) 378-2431

259-020-0015

Minimum Standards for a Polygraph Examiner

(1) Any applicant for a license as a general polygraph examiner must:

(a) Be at least 18 years of age;

(b) Be a citizen of the United States;

(c) Not have demonstrated a course of behavior in the preceding 10 years that would indicate the applicant is unable to perform the duties of a polygraph examiner in a manner that would serve the interests of the public. When the Department refuses to issue a license based upon an applicant’s failure to meet this requirement, the Department must follow the procedures set forth in OAR 259-020-0030;

(d) If previously convicted for a criminal offense, provide information relating to the circumstances of the conviction as required by the Department. ORS 670.280 is applicable when the Department considers information provided under this paragraph;

(e) Be fingerprinted and submit one (1) completed fingerprint cards to the Department for subsequent submission to the Oregon State Police, Identification Services Section.

(A) Appropriate fees must accompany the applicant’s fingerprints to pay costs of the state and federal fingerprint background checks. No general license will be issued until the Department has received fingerprint clearance from the Oregon State Police Identification Services Section.

(B) Currently employed corrections officers, parole and probation officers, or police officers, as defined in ORS 181.610, whose fingerprints are on file in accordance with OAR 259-008-0010, are exempt from this fingerprinting requirement.

(f)(A) Have received a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; or

(B) Have graduated from high school or have been awarded a General Educational Development (GED) certificate; and

(C) Have at least five years of active investigative experience before the date of the application.

(i) Active investigative experience is acquired through full-time employment as an investigator. An investigator is a person whose primary assigned duty is the investigation of actual or suspected violations of law, either criminal or civil.

(ii) Administering polygraph examinations will satisfy the investigative experience requirement of this section.

(iii) The Department may, upon application of an individual polygraph examiner, accept the examiner’s professional experience as being equal in professional value to the five years of active investigative experience required by this section.

(g) Have graduated from a polygraph examiner’s course approved by the Department and have completed at least 200 examinations, or have worked as a polygraph examiner for a period of at least five years for a governmental agency within the State of Oregon and have satisfactorily completed at least 200 examinations.

(h) Have successfully completed an examination conducted by the Department in consultation with the Advisory Committee as defined in OAR 259-020-0055, to determine competency to act as a polygraph examiner. The Department, in consultation with the Advisory Committee, will prescribe the manner and contents of any examination conducted by the Department under provisions of the Act.

(i) Submit a fully-completed Application for Polygraph Examiner’s License (DPSST Form F-203) as prescribed by OAR 259-020-0060, accompanied by documentation of qualifications as required by the Department.

(j) Submit to the Department appropriate fees as prescribed by OAR 259-020-0035.

(2) Any person who has held a trainee license for longer than 12 months and who has completed the 200 exams required under OAR 259-020-0015 must take the general license examination within 12 months of completing the required exams.

(3) The Department in consultation with the advisory committee may prescribe requirements for:

(a) The internship of an applicant who fails to pass the first or second oral or written part of the examination described in OAR 259-020-0015(1)(h);

(b) An applicant who resides in a state other than Oregon. The minimum requirements for an out-of-state examiner who does not qualify under ORS 703.130 must include:

(A) Substantial compliance with the applicable requirements for in-state examiners;

(B) A log meeting Oregon guidelines;

(C) Passing the Oregon licensing examination;

(D) Submitting at least 20 of the last 100 polygraph examinations conducted to a licensed Oregon general polygraph examiner for review. A Polygraph Review Critique (DPSST Form F-203a) must be completed on the examinations and provided to the Department for review by the Polygraph Licensing Advisory Committee; and

(E) Demonstrating proficiency in the field of polygraphy by an oral interview with the Polygraph Licensing Advisory Committee.

(c) Any individual whose license has expired for a period of more than two years and who reapplies for licensure. These requirements may include, but are not limited to:

(A) Documentation indicating any necessary training requirements have been met; and

(B) Verification that the individual has the current knowledge, skills and ability to perform the duties of a polygraph examiner.

(4) The Department will immediately suspend an applicant’s trainee license if the applicant fails the third examination. The applicant may submit a new application for a general license only after retaking and successfully completing a polygraph examiner’s course approved by the Department and meeting any additional requirements.

(5) The Director, acting on the written recommendation of the Polygraph Examiners Licensing Advisory Committee, may require a licensed general polygraph examiner to appear for reexamination as directed.

(a) In preparing its written recommendation, the Committee must identify the good cause reasons for its recommendation.

(b) Based on the written recommendation, the reexamination may include the written examination, the oral examination, or both.

(c) Failure of the licensee to comply with the directive to appear for reexamination will result in the suspension of the license by the Department, until the licensee appears as directed.

(6) Every examiner must maintain basic records of examinations conducted. A numerical log or ledger (beginning with #1) will provide a brief record of the name of the person examined, date, time, type of examination, and results, as well as other information the examiner considers pertinent. Folder or envelope “case” files containing all available test information, including notes, questions, charts, reports, and correspondence, must be maintained for a minimum of five years unless any applicable Oregon State Archives Records Retention Schedules require longer retention.

(7) An examiner must not conduct more than five (5) completed examinations, of any type, in any one calendar day.

[ED. NOTE: Forms referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 703.230

Stats. Implemented: ORS 703.210, 703.230

Hist.: PS 12, f. & ef. 12-19-77; PS 1-1979, f. 10-1-79, ef. 10-3-79; PS 3-1987, f. & ef. 10-26-87; PS 1-1990, f. & cert. ef. 2-7-90; PS 2-1995, f. & cert. ef. 9-27-95; PS 10-1997(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-5-97; BPSST 1-1998, f. & cert. ef. 5-6-98; BPSST 2-1998(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 5-6-98 thru 6-30-98; BPSST 3-1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-98; BPSST 7-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-29-99; BPSST 10-2000, f. 11-13-00, cert. ef. 11-15-00; BPSST 9-2001, f. & cert. ef. 9-19-01; BPSST 14-2002, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-02; DPSST 1-2003, f. & cert. ef. 1-21-03; DPSST 1-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-2-09; DPSST 10-2010, f. 10-15-10, cert. ef. 11-1-10; DPSST 19-2011, f. & cert. ef. 12-30-11

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