After complaints about a course for law enforcement officials were received by officials, both the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council — which oversees the Barrow County and other sheriff's offices in the state — and the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police said they would re-evaluate the course before offering credit.
Ken Vance, the executive director of POST said Friday that Thursday's course in Barrow has not been determined as eligible for credit. He said they decided to re-evaluate the course work given by David Bores and expects to make a decision within the week.
"We do our due diligence in investigating complaints," Vance told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "We have not given credit for that course."