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Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers updated Mobile App

For Immediate Release
May 19, 2020

Glynco, GA – The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) Mobile App has been updated and redesigned. The mobile app is a communication aide designed to enhance the user’s experience interacting with the FLETC at all four training delivery points (TDPs): Glynco, Charleston, Cheltenham, and Artesia.  

New updates to the app include many features that students and staff will find extremely helpful and timely while on our Centers. These include updated home pages for each site to optimize the users APP experience. Black Flag alerts for the Glynco Campus have been added, as well as local weather updates for each site. Also at the Glynco Campus, users will receive THOR Guard alerts when lightening is near. There are links to the transportation bus routes for the Glynco campus. Students will be able to get to training classrooms, dormitories, the dining facility, and physical fitness facility--wherever they need to be using the app as their guide. There are enhanced map features for Glynco and users will be able to select and find the buildings they need based on the type of facility searched.

There are also new links to the FLETC social media pages and a new link to the Officer Down Memorial Page has been added.  As always, users will receive the latest updates regarding news items occurring on each Center.  Future APP updates will include enhanced features at the other FLETC campuses. In the coming months, watch out for additional usage and features of the FLETC Mobile App, that will ensure all users have important and pertinent training information at their fingertips.

FLETC, a component of the Department of Homeland Security, was established in 1970 to provide basic and advanced law enforcement training to federal agencies. The FLETC enterprise comprises training delivery points located in Glynco, Georgia; Artesia, New Mexico; Cheltenham, Maryland; and Charleston, South Carolina.