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Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center
(NLETC) - The Nebraska Law Enforcement Training
Center, located in Grand Island, provides mandatory
Basic Training, Supervision and Management
courses, Reserve Officer/In-Lieu-Of Basic Training,
continuing education and specialized training for law
enforcement and detention officers statewide.  
Nevada Department of Public Safety - The
Department of Public Safety provides services in
support of protecting our citizens and visitors by
promoting safer communities through prevention,
preparedness, response, recovery, education and
enforcement.  To be the premiere public safety
agency and provide advanced law enforcement
services to the citizens of Nevada.  
New Hampshire Police Standards and Training
Council - The Police Standards and Training Council
was created by the New Hampshire Legislature in
1971. It is the sole source of basic training, and the
primary source of in-service training for all law
enforcement officers in the State of New Hampshire.
PSTC also conducts a voluntary accreditation
program for law enforcement agencies, publishes
model policies, and publishes a monthly newsletter
which is mailed to all law enforcement departments
in the State.
New Jersey Police Training Commission - The
Police Training Commission (PTC) staff, under the
authority of the Police Training Act, are responsible
for the development and certification of basic
training courses for county and local police, sheriffs'
officers, state and county investigators, state and
county corrections officers, juvenile detention
officers, and a number of other law enforcement
positions, as well as several instructor development
courses. Training courses are revised and updated
on an ongoing basis as necessitated by legislation,
court decisions, and advances in technology and
the state of knowledge regarding law enforcement
practices.
North Carolina Justice Academy - The Academy's
staff trains thousands of criminal justice personnel
at the Salemburg, NC campus, the Edneyville, NC
campus and throughout the state. Numerous state
and local agencies make use of the campus facilities,
support services, and its professional staff for
criminal justice training. The Academy has a
responsibility to embrace every aspect of the
criminal justice system by providing programs and
working with other agencies to upgrade the
system's practices and personnel.
Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission - The
Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission was
established in 1965 by the Ohio General Assembly
and placed in the Office of the Attorney General.
The Commission's primary charge then and now is
to improve Ohio peace officers' professional
capabilities through the careful oversight of law
enforcement training within the state. The
Commission has also been given the same
responsibility in regard to private security, local
corrections, jail personnel, bailiffs, and public
defender investigators. Commission members are
appointed to serve a three-year term.
Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement
Education and Training (CLEET) - Welcome to
the Council on Law Enforcement Education and
Training.  Established in 1963, the Council supports
Oklahoma law enforcement in serving its
communities, including enhancing public safety by
providing education and training which promotes
professionalism and enhances competency within
the ranks of Oklahoma law enforcement.
Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers'
Education and Training Commission (MPOETC)
- On this site you will find Commission Members,
Staff, Enabling Legislation, Rules and Regulations,
links to other Law Enforcement and State
Government and other links relevant to Law
Enforcement, Training, and Government. Please feel
free to contact us with any suggestions you may
have as to content for the page.
South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation
- The Law Enforcement Training Division: provides
basic training and advanced training to law
enforcement officers at the training academy in
Pierre and at field sites throughout the state.
Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer
Standards and Education - The Commission’s
statutory authority is codified in Occupations Code,
Title 10 - Occupations Related to Law Enforcement
and Security, Chapter 1701 - Law Enforcement
Officers.  Through this authority, the Commission is
empowered to establish minimum standards for the
licensing of Texas peace officers, county jailers,
armed public security officers, and certifying law
enforcement instructors and telecommunicators.
Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training -
Through the direction of the Council of Peace Officer
Standards and Training, our mission is to provide
professional standards and training, leadership, and
certification for peace officers as we work to protect
the rights and privileges of our citizens.
Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council -
Through quality instruction and curriculum, we will
provide the resources for officers to gain technical
proficiency in foundational police subjects. To
establish and earn the public’s trust, officers must
live by the highest ethical standards and therefore it
is our mission to provide an environment that
stresses integrity and strong morals.
Virginia DCJS - Standards & Training - Criminal
Justice Directory - The Virginia Criminal Justice
directory lists only the local, county and state
criminal justice agencies required to comply with
criminal justice training programs mandated by the
Code of Virginia and those private corporations and
campus police who qualify and elect to comply with
training standards for criminal justice officers.
Washington State Criminal Justice Training
Commission - The goal for our Website is to
provide customers the latest information regarding
upcoming courses offered by the Commission,
resources and links for criminal justice professionals
and to provide job announcements for agencies
statewide.
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Police Training
Commissions
Nearly every state maintains a government, or quasi
government, entity to establish, maintain, and
monitor statewide training and practices standards
for police officers throughout that state.  Some are
more formal than others, but all have the same
basic goals.  These commissions, programs,
councils, etc. are good sources of information for
those of you contemplating a police career.
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Missouri Police Officers Standards and Training
- The Peace Officer Standards and Training Program
(POST) is a regulatory program with responsibility
for licensing peace officers, ensuring compliance
with peace officer continuing education
requirements, and conducting investigations for
disciplining the licenses of peace officers as specified
by Chapter 590, RSMo. The POST Program also
licenses law enforcement basic training centers,
basic training instructors, approves law enforcement
training curricula, and provides staff support for the
Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)
Commission.
POST Montana Public Safety Officer Standards
and Training - The Public Safety Officer Standards
and Training (POST) office is located on the campus
of the Montana Law Enforcement Academy in the
north Helena valley.
New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy -
Establish rules, policies, qualifications, and
standards for the employment, certification, and
training of law enforcement officers and public
safety telecommunicators. Research, develop, and
provide basic and advanced courses of instruction.
Ensure compliance with the New Mexico Law
Enforcement Academy Board Rules
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New York Police and Peace Officer Training -
The Office of Public Safety (OPS) provides direct
training to sworn law enforcement officers; develops
new training courses and maintains existing courses.
North Dakota POST - North Dakota Peace
Officer Standards and Training - The last
Legislative Session adopted a new law regarding
Peace Officer licensing.   The new law allows for
renewal of a Peace Officer's license up to one (1)
year after expiration of the license.   Inactive license
holders are required to qualify with their sidearm
annually in order to be eligible to renew the license.
There is no provision for re-instatement of
licenses.  
 
Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards
and Training (DPSST) - Our mission is to
promote excellence in public safety by delivering
quality training and developing and upholding
professional standards for police, fire, corrections,
parole and probation, and telecommunications
personnel, in addition to licensing private security
providers and private investigators in Oregon.
Rhode Island Police Officers Commission of
Standards and Training (POST) - The Rhode
Island Police Officers Commission on Standards and
Training (POST) establishes rules, regulations,
policies and standards for certification and training
of municipal and state criminal justice personnel,
maintains records of law enforcement training, and
serves as a resource to municipalities and the state
to improve the quality of law enforcement pursuant
to Rhode Island General Laws.
South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy - It is
the mission of the South Carolina Criminal Justice
Academy to foster and uphold prescribed laws and
regulations by providing mandated basic and
advanced training to law enforcement personnel and
maintaining a continuous certification process to
ensure that only the most qualified persons are
sanctioned by the state to enforce its laws.
Tennessee Peace Officers Standards and
Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission - is responsible
for developing and enforcing standards and training
for all local police officers. The Commission also
promotes continuing law enforcement training for
the full time peace officers in Tennessee. The
Commission is composed of eighteen members and
includes local law enforcement personnel,
legislators, and Tennessee citizens who are not
connected with law enforcement. The work of the
Commission is supported by two staff members, as
well as by the Tennessee Law Enforcement Academy
staff.
West Virginia Law Enforcement Professional
Standards (LEPS) - The Program is tasked with
oversight of the training and certification of law
enforcement officers in the State of West Virginia.
Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and
Standards Bureau - The Training and Standards
Bureau coordinates a variety of criminal justice
initiatives and serves as the staff of the Law
Enforcement Standards Board (LESB). It
administers the programs of the Board for
certification of law enforcement, jail and secure
detention officers; of instructors; and of academies.
The Bureau administers reimbursement of training
expenses for participants in LESB programs and
coordinates and supports statewide training
provided by the Department of Justice to the
Wisconsin law enforcement community.  The Bureau
also administers state and federal grant funds
supporting juvenile justice and adult criminal justice
initiatives.
Wyoming Peace Officers Standards and
Training Commission (POST) - sets standards
for employing, certifying, and training of all peace
officers in the state, all detention officers, (county
jails) all corrections officers (state institutions) and
all dispatchers.
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