Law Enforcement Training
Classes Start January 3, 2019
Application deadline is December 10, 2018.
Enrollment deadline is December 14, 2018.
MACC's Law Enforcement Training Center (LETC) prepares recruits for the challenges of maintaining safety and providing leadership in local communities as licensed Peace Officers. The LETC provides instruction in every aspect of law enforcement, giving graduates a firm base for a successful career in departments around the country.
Receive Your License in Only 20 Weeks
Established in 1995, The MACC Law Enforcement Training Center is approved by the Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission and its curriculum exceeds the basic, 600-hour Peace Officer's training. Classroom and field instruction comes from local and state law enforcement officers, who freely share their decades of experience. Instructors go hands-on with training in firearm safety, traffic stops and defensive tactics. Recruits learn effective reporting and investigation techniques, as well as departmental administration and offender control and treatment.
The LETC is run like a functioning police department with chain of command that includes squad assignments and squad leaders. Participants are expected to clock in for their shift, wear uniforms and maintain departmental respect just as their future commanders will demand.
Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to apply for POST licensure from the State of Missouri, qualifying them for employment as peace officers in the state. LETC graduates will receive a one-year Law Enforcement certificate from MACC, and 32 college credit hours that may be applied toward the attainment of an advanced degree.
This is not a job; it's a passion
Law Enforcement is not a place for the faint of heart or those that shrink from conflict. Late nights and long days on the street are the norm. Passion, determination, and respect for our country's laws are the earmarks of a successful LETC graduate. The opportunities for employment and advancement are wide open. Local, state and federal government agencies are searching for men and women to take on the deep responsibility required to protect their families and businesses. MACC is proud to provide the doorway for the next state trooper, marshal, sheriff or municipal officer through the LETC.
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