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Michigan Indian Tribal Law Enforcement Officer
- Applicant must have successfully completed a basic law enforcement training program recognized by a POST agency in another state, or a federally operated police training school that was sufficient to fulfill the minimum standards required by federal law to be appointed as a law enforcement officer of a Michigan tribal police force.
- Be currently employed or have been employed as a law enforcement officer of a Michigan Indian tribal police force for not less than 1 year and empowered to enforce the criminal laws and have acted in that capacity following the date of appointment.
- Reasonably expect to meet the current Minimum Selection and Employment Standards of R 28.14203(a) to (j), except (g) and (i), and R 28.14204.
- If not currently employed as a law enforcement officer, the separation from employment as a law enforcement officer shall have been under such conditions that qualify the candidate for employment in Michigan as a law enforcement officer.