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    Last edited by ejay; 07-03-2007, 04:28 AM.
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    Well, I'm not sure wahat a Level II is to begin with. In California, I know of Basic, Intermediate and Advanced...at least for full timers. Is Level II a reserve officer status?

    In any case, to further answer your question, it all depends. I know I have looked into many departments and they will all take my California POST certificate (Advanced) and I won't have to do an academy. One of those was Durango, Colorado. However, (2) co-workers went to Colorado Springs and had to do the full academy.
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      question answered
      Last edited by ejay; 07-03-2007, 04:28 AM.
      "Get this and get it straight! Crime is a sucker's road and those who travel it wind up in the gutter, the prison, or the grave. There's no other end. They never learn."

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      • #4
        bump to a very old thread...

        anybody have some info or a link to info on this topic... i'm looking to self sponsor through a CA academy but i'm curious what, if any other states would accept a CA Basic POST cert

        thanks in advance

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          Originally posted by Nelson18 View Post
          bump to a very old thread...

          anybody have some info or a link to info on this topic... i'm looking to self sponsor through a CA academy but i'm curious what, if any other states would accept a CA Basic POST cert

          thanks in advance
          This is a very old thread you resurrected.

          The answer is generally no. I worked in California for years and eventually transferred to a different state. The CA POST certificate is highly valued throughout the country, however most states require at least 2-3 years work experience along with it.

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