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Real From the Field

FLETC Advanced Interview Training Program Yields Success in the Field

Apprehended fugitive serial killer, Jose Sifuentes, now in custody with the Dallas (Texas) Police Department, was no match for the interviewing detectives and law enforcement teams responsible for his arrest.

FLETC Hosts Royal Bahamian Police Force

In close coordination with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) International Training Division (ITD), the FLETC Physical Techniques Division (PTD) hosted and trained the Royal Bahamian Police Force for the past three weeks.

Former Trainee Thanks Director Walters fro Leadership

Director Thomas J. Walters is in Artesia, New Mexico, preparing for the Office of Artesia Operations 30th Anniversary Celebration. While touring the grounds and observing training,  Supervisory U.S. Border Patrol Agent,  Jamie Turley recognized Director Walters from his time at the U.S. Border Patrol Academy.

Range E Provides Simulated Firearms Training

Range E has three virtual firing ranges with projected targets to simulate distances from three to 25 yards and weapons converted for laser use, as well as a fourth classroom opened for the development of integrated tactical training.

Forensic Science Training Complex

The new Forensic Science Training Complex located at FLETC-Glynco is a 40,000-square-foot facility comprised of nine specialized classrooms, three forensic laboratories, a four-bay garage and more.

Protective Service Operations Training Program

The Protective Service Operations Training Program (PSOTP) is aimed at training for the security and safety of these dignitaries. Officer safety and survival is always a critical aspect of training for law enforcement personnel; however, in a protective capacity, the agent or officer has been entrusted to protect the life of, and provide safety for, another human being.

America Celebrates Veterans Day

On November 11, America celebrates Veterans Day. Nearly 50 percent of FLETC staff are veterans who continue to serve the flag as federal employees. Our veterans felt a duty, an obligation to protect the liberties many take for granted.