IADLEST offers its members an opportunity to meet with other training and standards managers to exchange ideas, seek advice, and to compare progress. Members receive the products of IADLEST projects, national policy input, and innovations in criminal justice standards and training.
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What Does IADLEST Membership Provide You With?
Network of Peers: Exchange ideas and experiences regarding standards, certifications, and course development with fellow IADLEST members who face the same challenges you face.
Professional Development: Participate in our national training conference, access our professional development library, and find the information you need to succeed.
Voice in Legislation: Find strength in numbers by providing input on national policies affecting law enforcement standards and training.
News: Receive the Quarterly Member Newsletter that shares ideas and innovations with you from national law enforcement standards and training leaders, saving you time from reinventing the wheel.
NLEARN: Access our national network linking all U.S. law enforcement training entities including training news and features, assessment and testing strategies, and a forum for inter-Academy query and discussion.
Job Postings: Utilize IADLEST’s online ads to reach the best employees and employers in your profession.
National Decertification Database: Access this clearinghouse for persons decertified as law enforcement officers for cause.
Online Resources: Access the knowledge you need, when you need it, at IADLEST.org, your number one resource for staying current on national training issues through our national training calendar, discussion boards, and national curriculum library.