Please read and acknowledge the FBI academic honesty policy. ***ALL STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE THIS SECTION PRIOR TO CONTINUING TO THE COURSE***
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Five Bugles Institute, LLC (FBI) expects students to be honest in all of their academic work. By enrolling in our classes, students agree to adhere to the high standards of academic honesty and integrity consistent with the honor and tradition of the fire service, and understand that failure to comply with this pledge may result in academic disciplinary action, up to and including removal from the course. Students also have an ethical obligation to report violations of the FBI academic honesty policies they may witness.
FBI students are expected to be honest and forthright in their academic endeavors. To falsify the results of one’s research, to incorporate the words or ideas of another without giving credit to the source (including having someone else plan or write your work), or to cheat on an examination corrupts the essential process by which knowledge is advanced. It is the official policy that acts of alleged academic dishonesty be reported to the course Lead Instructor and/or Company President. The instructor may assign a grade of “F” or zero to an assignment, test, exam or other course work — or the entire course — for admitted or alleged academic dishonesty, and will report such dishonesty to the Florida State Fire College and the student’s employer.
Florida Administrative Code Chapter 69A-37.063 Cheating.
(1) Any student who has been determined to have cheated on any test or examination administered under chapter 633, F.S., this rule chapter, or rule chapter 69A-39, F.A.C., shall be required to retake the course for which the student was determined to have cheated before taking another examination.
(2) “Cheated on any test or examination” means intentionally using any unapproved means, method, technique, document, or instrumentality to take or challenge any test or examination administered by the Florida State Fire College.
(3) Any student alleged to have cheated on an examination against whom disciplinary action is sought is subject to proceedings under chapter 120, F.S.
RulemakingAuthority 633.128(1)(h), 633.408(1) FS. Law Implemented 633.408, 633.128(1)(h) FS. History–New 12-10-01, Formerly 4A-37.063.