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What are the Missouri POST continuing education regulations for peace officers?


The Missouri POST continuing education regulations for peace officers are found starting at 11 CSR 75-15.010. Peace officers must obtain 24 hours of Continuing Law Enforcement Education (CLEE) each year, with at least 8 of the 24 hours coming from an "Approved Provider" of training. Of these 24 hours, officers must obtain a minimum of: - 2 hours in legal studies. - 2 hours in technical studies. - 2 hours in interpersonal perspectives. - 2 hours of skill development in the area of firearms. - 16 hours of electives (from any of the above-listed core curricula areas). - 1 hour of training on the prevention of racial profiling. Racial profiling prevention training is part of the required 24 hours, not in addition to it. More information can be found at the Missouri Department of Public Safety, Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission webpage: https://dps.mo.gov/dir/programs/post/




Does PLS training meet all the Missouri POST continuing law enforcement education (CLEE) training requirements?


The PLS 22, 18, and 12-hour lesson packages will provide at least: - 2 hours in legal studies. - 2 hours in technical studies. - 2 hours in interpersonal perspectives. - 1 hour of racial profiling prevention training. The PLS 22-hour lesson package will cover all yearly POST requirements with the exception of two hours of Firearms Skills.




Does POST limit how much training my agency may take online or from PLS?


Skills development (firearms training) must be done live and may not be completed via computer-based training. Otherwise, the regulations restrict the number of CLEE hours that may be obtained from other sources, but do not limit the hours of training that may be obtained from licensed basic training centers, such as the CMPA. See below. “Commencing for the reporting period beginning January 1, 2017, and ending December 31, 2017, and for successive reporting periods, no peace officer can receive—
(A) More than sixteen (16) hours of CLEE credit for in-service training; or
(B) More than eight (8) hours of CLEE credit for accredited college or university courses.”

11 CSR 75-15.010(6).




Do PLS online lessons satisfy any CALEA training requirements?


Yes. To assist agencies with CALEA training requirements, the PLS 22-hour package will generally include the following lessons each year: - Legal Update, - Racial Profiling/Bias-Based Policing, - Ethics, - Arrest and Detention of Foreign Nationals, - Sexual Harassment, and - Mental Illness. This package will include some repeat lessons designed to fulfill mandated training requirements. In the 18-hour package, PLS offer some lessons to help satisfy CALEA requirements. Usually, the lessons will be included on the schedule listed below. - Legal Update: every year. - Racial Profiling/Bias-Based Policing: every year. - Ethics: every 2 years. - Arrest and Detention of Foreign Nationals: every 3 years. - Sexual Harassment: every 3 years. - Mental Illness: every 3 years.




How many lessons does PLS offer each year?


PLS offers the following lesson packages: 22-hours, 18-hours, and 12-hours. Please click here for more details.




How long are the online lessons?


Each lesson is designed to take officers approximately one hour to complete.




What are the advantages of PLS online training?


PLS online training has distinct advantages over classroom training. Online training: a) costs less; b) is more convenient; c) engages lesson takers in a style that lecture formats often miss; d) promotes better retention of information; e) puts the entire department “on the same page;” f) allows a lesson taker to retake a lesson for review; and g) is easy to administer.




What if I get called away from an online lesson?


Officers may quickly and easily bookmark a lesson page if called away. In addition, the lesson will automatically bookmark the page after 10 minutes of inactivity. When the officer returns to the lesson, he/she simply logs back in and is returned to the bookmarked page.





Investidor

What are the Missouri POST continuing education regulations for peace officers?


The Missouri POST continuing education regulations for peace officers are found starting at 11 CSR 75-15.010. Peace officers must obtain 24 hours of Continuing Law Enforcement Education (CLEE) each year, with at least 8 of the 24 hours coming from an "Approved Provider" of training. Of these 24 hours, officers must obtain a minimum of: - 2 hours in legal studies. - 2 hours in technical studies. - 2 hours in interpersonal perspectives. - 2 hours of skill development in the area of firearms. - 16 hours of electives (from any of the above-listed core curricula areas). - 1 hour of training on the prevention of racial profiling. Racial profiling prevention training is part of the required 24 hours, not in addition to it. More information can be found at the Missouri Department of Public Safety, Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission webpage: https://dps.mo.gov/dir/programs/post/




Does PLS training meet all the Missouri POST continuing law enforcement education (CLEE) training requirements?


The PLS 22, 18, and 12-hour lesson packages will provide at least: - 2 hours in legal studies. - 2 hours in technical studies. - 2 hours in interpersonal perspectives. - 1 hour of racial profiling prevention training. The PLS 22-hour lesson package will cover all yearly POST requirements with the exception of two hours of Firearms Skills.




Does POST limit how much training my agency may take online or from PLS?


Skills development (firearms training) must be done live and may not be completed via computer-based training. Otherwise, the regulations restrict the number of CLEE hours that may be obtained from other sources, but do not limit the hours of training that may be obtained from licensed basic training centers, such as the CMPA. See below. “Commencing for the reporting period beginning January 1, 2017, and ending December 31, 2017, and for successive reporting periods, no peace officer can receive—
(A) More than sixteen (16) hours of CLEE credit for in-service training; or
(B) More than eight (8) hours of CLEE credit for accredited college or university courses.”

11 CSR 75-15.010(6).




Do PLS online lessons satisfy any CALEA training requirements?


Yes. To assist agencies with CALEA training requirements, the PLS 22-hour package will generally include the following lessons each year: - Legal Update, - Racial Profiling/Bias-Based Policing, - Ethics, - Arrest and Detention of Foreign Nationals, - Sexual Harassment, and - Mental Illness. This package will include some repeat lessons designed to fulfill mandated training requirements. In the 18-hour package, PLS offer some lessons to help satisfy CALEA requirements. Usually, the lessons will be included on the schedule listed below. - Legal Update: every year. - Racial Profiling/Bias-Based Policing: every year. - Ethics: every 2 years. - Arrest and Detention of Foreign Nationals: every 3 years. - Sexual Harassment: every 3 years. - Mental Illness: every 3 years.




How many lessons does PLS offer each year?


PLS offers the following lesson packages: 22-hours, 18-hours, and 12-hours. Please click here for more details.




How long are the online lessons?


Each lesson is designed to take officers approximately one hour to complete.




What are the advantages of PLS online training?


PLS online training has distinct advantages over classroom training. Online training: a) costs less; b) is more convenient; c) engages lesson takers in a style that lecture formats often miss; d) promotes better retention of information; e) puts the entire department “on the same page;” f) allows a lesson taker to retake a lesson for review; and g) is easy to administer.




What if I get called away from an online lesson?


Officers may quickly and easily bookmark a lesson page if called away. In addition, the lesson will automatically bookmark the page after 10 minutes of inactivity. When the officer returns to the lesson, he/she simply logs back in and is returned to the bookmarked page.





Investimento em Startups

O que é uma Startup?


https://www.primecap.com.br/blog/mas-afinal-o-que-%C3%A9-uma-startup




Quais as formas de investir em Startups no Brasil?


https://www.primecap.com.br/blog/formas-de-investir




Por que eu correria risco investindo em Startups?


https://www.primecap.com.br/blog/qual-%C3%A9-a-import%C3%A2ncia-do-risco-na-composi%C3%A7%C3%A3o-da-carteira-de-investimentos




Por que investir em Startups?


Para começar, devemos alertar que se trata de um investimento de risco, não deve ultrapassar 10% da sua capacidade de investimento e é de longo prazo.

Quando se investe em uma startup e ela dá certo, os lucros multiplicam o seu investimento inicial. Ou seja, com uma aplicação pequena, você pode multiplicar seus ganhos, se tiver a paciência de esperar alguns anos e ficar atento ao crescimento da empresa.

Investir em uma startup é apostar em uma ideia, por isso, se você é uma pessoa conservadora e não está disposta a assumir riscos, esse investimento pode não ser a melhor ideia. Entretanto, caso esteja disposto a apostar em busca de altos retornos, esse tipo de investimento pode ser um excelente caminho a seguir!




O que acontece caso uma Startup investida venha a falhar?


Please contact us via email: contSe a Startup investida falhar em um momento no futuro (dissolução legal), é provável que você perca todo ou grande parte do seu investimento.No caso de uma dissolução enquanto os investidores ainda detêm as notas conversíveis, eles terão os seus diretos válidos para quaisquer bens e ativos valiosos da empresa. Caso a dissolução da empresa ocorra após a conversão das notas conversíveis em participação societária, os investidores terão seus direitos de acionistas respeitados após os requerimentos dos credores. Devido à natureza de empresas de etapa inicial, é muito provável que, nos dois cenários citados acima, os valores resgatados não sejam suficientes para reembolsar os investidores plenamente. ato@primecap.com.br




A Startup investida vai fornecer aos investidores atualizações regulares sobre seu progresso?


Sim. Todas as empresas que captam investimento por meio da plataforma Primecap serão obrigadas a fornecer atualizações aos seus investidores trimestralmente por meio da plataforma. Todos os investidores podem simplesmente entrar em seus dashboards com login e senha na plataforma Primecap para ver todas as informações fornecidas pelas empresas investidas.




O que recebem os investidores em troca dos seus investimentos em Startups?


Em troca dos seus investimentos, investidores recebem uma participação na empresa investida. A participação toma a forma de notas conversíveis que, no futuro, podem ser convertidas em participação societária.




Como são remunerados os investidores que investiram em Startups?


Todos os investidores com uma participação na Startup investida, têm o direito de compartilhar do sucesso futuro da empresa. Esse retorno pode ocorrer numa futura venda da empresa investida garantindo pagamento proporcional da venda à sua participação societária direta ou intermediada de Notas Conversíveis, no evento de uma oferta pública na qual a empresa passa a ser listada na Bolsa de Valores, ou por meio dos pagamentos de dividendos tirados dos lucros futuros da empresa.




Como essas remunerações das Startups serão pagas aos investidores?


Quaisquer retornos financeiros serão pagos diretamente aos investidores pela empresa investida, ou seja, não será intermediada pela plataforma Primecap.





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