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Ken Vance

Executive Director

Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council

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Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council

Background Information

Employment History

City of Milledgeville


Director of Public Safety

Georgia College & State University


Affiliations

Milledgeville City Council

Member


Georgia Municipal Association

Board Member


Education

WILL BE RESIGNING

Georgia College


undergraduate degree

Georgia College and State University


Web References(63 Total References)


www.bullmanlawgroup.com

"If there's not a standard, then you make your own standard, and sometimes that's dangerous," said Ken Vance, director of Georgia's Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (POST), which oversees training for the state's law enforcement officers.
That's exactly what Anderson said he was afraid of. "I don't know that you can have that faith unless there's some kind of regulatory control," Vance responded. He says the state has traditionally counted on the courts to find the truth. "If you're doing it wrong, it's going to find you out," said Vance. Vance says he will form a study committee this fall to determine what Georgia's training and certification standards should be. He says the committee will include POST Council members and dog handlers from different departments. "The good ones want a certification, the good ones want regulations," said Vance. He says he's heard from departments around the state who would like to weed out substandard K-9 units that would give them all a bad name.


www.wsbtv.com

"Our council takes a very, very dim view of people who lie on an application or in any case for that matter," said Ken Vance, director of Georgia's Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (POST), which certifies and disciplines Georgia's officers.
"We could have looked at all of it, had we had that, and that's okay, we'll deal with what we've got," said Vance. Vance said POST is still considering whether to prosecute Lewis for making false statements. But the agency is prepared to move forward with the disciplinary case against Lewis for lying to the Savannah Airport Commission. "Especially when you lie on a document, you've signed your name to that lie. Your credibility is destroyed on the stand from then on," said Vance. "We have a history of revoking certifications for lying." When asked if he thinks that will happen in Lewis' case, Vance replied, "I think it stands a pretty good chance." Vance said the case is slated to go before the POST Council at its next meeting in March. If Lewis' certification is revoked, he would have the chance to appeal, but it would all be noted in his file in case he tries to get hired by another department. "We have to be as objective as we can and play the hand we got dealt. And right now we've just got one pretty good card. So we'll work with that one," said Vance.


www.officer.com

Ken Vance, executive director of the Peace Officers Standards and Training Council, said he will open an investigation.
"We look at the actions that got you there," Vance said.


www.chattanoogan.com

The keynote speaker was Kenneth A. Vance, executive director of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council.
Mr. Vance also has served as the director of Public Safety at Georgia College and State University, as councilman for the city of Milledgeville, as a deputy sheriff for Baldwin County, and as a police officer for the Monroe Police Department. "You have a duty to protect and serve, that is your responsibility now," said Mr. Vance. "It is obvious to me that you got this far because you care and I think you will be successful in the future because of that fundamental value." Mr. Vance also has been active in numerous civic and professional groups including serving as chairman and vice-chairman of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, chairman of the State of Georgia Municipal Training Institute, and has served on the board of directors for the Georgia Municipal Association.


www.chattanoogan.com

The guest speaker at the ceremony will be Kenneth A. Vance, executive director of Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council.
Mr. Vance also has served as the director of Public Safety at Georgia College and State University, as councilman for the city of Milledgeville, as a deputy sheriff for Baldwin County, and as a police officer for the Monroe Police Department. Mr. Vance also has been active in numerous civic and professional groups including serving as chairman and vice-chairman of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Council, chairman of the State of Georgia Municipal Training Institute, and has served on the board of directors for the Georgia Municipal Association.


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