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www.kjrh.com

CLEET executive director, Steve Emmons, says it wouldn't be hard to falsify records.
"It's just a sign-in sheet. Anyone that was there would be able to write anything on a sign-in sheet that they wanted to, I guess," said Steve Emmons of CLEET.


www.sfgate.com

CLEET's executive director, Steve Emmons, says the agency doesn't review course materials for the more than 2,500 continuing education courses each year, and the council's approval for accreditation doesn't imply it condones the concepts or techniques taught.


www.montereyherald.com

CLEET's executive director, Steve Emmons, says the agency doesn't review course materials for the more than 2,500 continuing education courses each year, and the council's approval for accreditation doesn't imply it condones the concepts or techniques taught.


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That doesn't happen all the time, said Steve Emmons, the council's director.
"There isn't a good communication system in the state," Emmons said. If the council isn't aware of such cases, it's difficult and time-consuming for his agency to track them down, he said. Convicted Officers Under state law, the council "shall revoke the certification of any person upon determining that such person has been convicted of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude or a domestic violence offense." Oklahoma Watch provided Emmons with a list of a dozen cases in which officers were convicted of felonies from 2009 to 2011 but still have certifications. Emmons said his agency was unaware of at least several of them. "We will take action against these," Emmons said. Emmons, CLEET director since 2011, attributed cases such as Thomsen's and Hughes' to a communication lapse between agencies. Council staff members do look for news reports on officers' misconduct, Emmons said. That means the specifics of his conviction cannot be found in the state's public courts database, and Emmons said they have no way of verifying whether Hughes was convicted of a felony. "We don't really know for sure what happened in 2003," Emmons said. Since 2011, the agency has begun looking into older cases of police misconduct, trying to identify some that had been overlooked, Emmons said. "That doesn't mean the problems are fixed," he said. The time lapses raise the question of how many more cases of officers with felony convictions have gone unreported to the council. Emmons said the agency will take a look at cases identified by Oklahoma Watch, but it would be difficult to identify all cases without additional funding and resources. "We may still not know about" other cases, Emmons said.


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CLEET Director, Steve Emmons, says officers go through a 15-week course where they learn everything from pursuit driving to investigating and solving different crime scenes.
He says the $26 million facility benefits the officers as well as the communities they serve. "When they get back to their communities, they're ready to put on the badge and take on the responsibility of a peace officer, and do it right," Emmons said. "That's our goal."


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