Court Security Officer #10999 (TCOLE) Package
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This is the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) required Court Security Officer #10999 online training course offered for Texas Peace Officers, Sheriff Deputies, Constables, Bailiffs, Municipal Peace Officers, or any other person assigned to provide security for an appellate, district, statutory county, county, municipal, or justice court in the State of Texas.

Pursuant to Government Code Section 158.002, the purpose of this approved Court Security Officer class is to give the court security officer a basic understanding of the threats associated with court settings as well as technology and techniques for court security operations. To qualify for a Court Security Certificate, an applicant must meet all proficiency requirements per Texas Administrative Code Title 37, Part 7, Chapter 221, as well as completion of course Court Security Officer #10999.

Student Accolades:
I completed the basic Bailiff training and I have to say I learned a great deal. Your course is easy to follow and informative, but not a lay down if you don’t work at it. That’s what I wanted. I’m suggesting it to all my officers who may not have time to attend the class and to all other agencies in my part of Texas. Good work!
- L. Brand, Texas Sheriff

Thank You. I have taken two Court Security classes in the past 6 years: one 5-day course with Mr. Randy Harris and another … and I must say that this online course (developed by Mr. Harris) is VERY in-depth and VERY important for any Law Enforcement Officer/Bailiff that works in and around a courthouse.
- D. Wade, Texas Deputy Constable/Bailiff

Outstanding and long overdue course of instruction. Great visual aids and commentary by Mr. Harris. I hope to see more courses like this one.
- J. Moore

Great class! It certainly opened my eyes with the amount of knowledge that was presented. Also the law and reports having to be submitted for an incident(s).
- T. Morales

Really enjoyed this course!
- W. Overstreet

Thanks once again for another solid class.
- J. Santana

- W. Shepherd

Excellent information; for my position as the Court Security Officer/Bailiff. Thanks,
- D. Wade

Great class! Learned some things I didn't know.
- E. Wenzel

Note, this particular storefront listing is not the Court Security Specialist Update #21015 (TCOLE) accredited course. To purchase the Court Security Specialist #21015 (TCOLE) course, click here.

Please note, the entire course (including any applicable course parts), final exam(s), and course evaluation(s) must be completed in order to receive twelve (12) hours of course credit.

TCOLE Reporting

OSS Academy® typically reports 4 to 5 times each week [excluding U.S. Federal holidays]. We report your credit directly through TCLEDDS to the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement [TCOLE]. You should have already provided your full and correct name, TCOLE PID number, and other important information when registering for your account. If not, once logged in, go to Edit Profile to update your information.

Should you have any questions, simply contact the OSS Academy® Training Coordinator by phone at 281-288-9190 (Ext. 205) or online at Contact OSS Academy®.

Topics within the OSS Academy and U.S. Court Security Concepts course include:

Introduction to Court Security
Bailiff Function in Court Security
Court Security Screening Basics
Explosives Recognition and Awareness
Introduction to Court Security Technology
Judicial Protection, and
Court Security Case Studies
OSS Academy® courses are recognized by more Peace Officer Standards and Training boards and correctional associations than any other online training provider.

Our courses are designed by Subject Matter Experts who are nationally recognized and licensed instructors. Many of our experts testify in law enforcement, corrections, and security related defense cases throughout the U.S.

Our curriculum meets or exceeds state course objective requirements.

For more information, visit OSS - Law Enforcement Advisors® or OSS Academy® online or simply contact the OSS Academy® Training Coordinator by phone at 281-288-9190 (Ext. 205) or online at Contact OSS Academy®.

Additional Information
Obtaining a TCOLE Personal Identification (PID) Number

If you do not have a Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Personal Identification (PID) Number ...

1. Follow this link -

Or, visit > select “Forms and Applications” > page down to “PID Assignment C1” > select “Get Form.”

2. Fill out the PID Assignment C1 form in its entirety. For civilians, please check the box indicating “Ability to track training hours.”

3. If you are employed at a TCOLE recognized law enforcement agency, enter the correct agency/training provider number. If not, leave blank.

4. Enter the agency name, and agency administrator, for your law enforcement agency, or the court where you will perform the courtroom security, and obtain their signature. If neither of these apply, YOU DO NOT NEED A PID NUMBER. GO NO FURTHER.

5. Applicant must sign and date the form, and then mail to the address indicated at the top of the form, or fax to 512-936-7766. TCOLE will email your PID# to the email provided on the form.

TCOLE Training, Proficiency Requirements, & Course Equivalents

For your convenience, OSS Academy® provides a TCOLE Course Equivalent Resource with embedded hyperlinks.

See also, our entire TCOLE Courses Listing.

Should you have any questions, simply contact the OSS Academy® Training Coordinator by phone at 281-288-9190 (Ext. 205) or online at Contact OSS Academy®.

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