State and Local Law Enforcement Training Symposium (In-Service)Up one level
The State & Local Law Enforcement Training Symposium (SLLETS) is a 3 to 5 day training symposium that offers dynamic workshops for sworn law enforcement officers from state, local, rural, tribal and territorial agencies. These highly requested courses are taught by subject matter experts from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers. The training offered in the SLLETS is state certified and counted towards continuing educational units.
The SLLETS held on the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) campus runs from Monday through Friday. This SLLETS provides a 3-day specialized training course. A maximum of 28 continuing education units are awarded to each attendee. Meals, lodging and tuition are covered by the FLETC’s SLRTT Office.
The SLLETS held nationwide runs from Tuesday to Thursday. This SLLETS is a three-day program where subject matter experts from the FLETCs deliver training sessions in 4 and 8 hour increments of instruction and students are free to choose from multiple subjects. A maximum of 18 continuing educational units are awarded to each attendee. Lodging is provided to any sworn state, local, rural, tribal and territorial officer that is traveling 50 or more miles from their duty station to the training venue and their agencies cannot provide lodging. The SLLETS is tuition-free.
Length: 3 - 5 days
Prerequisites for Attendance
Qualified applicants must be full-time, sworn law enforcement peace officers.
- Charleston, SC -- Jun 17, 2013 to Jun 21, 2013
- Glynco, GA -- Aug 19, 2013 to Aug 23, 2013