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FLETA Standards Review - Responses due by JANUARY 24, 2014: The FLETA Office of Accreditation, Standards Steering Committee is soliciting your input for the annual and five-year accreditation standards review regarding any potential recommendations to the Board for revisions, additions, and deletions to the standards.
Your chance to be heard is important and will shape the future of federal law enforcement training accreditation by sharing your thoughts and potentially significant edits in a collaborative manner. Since your comments will represent both the annual and five-year review, submitting those comments in a timely fashion is of paramount importance.
Copies of the survey results will be provided to FLETA Executive Director Gary Mitchell and Standards Steering Committee Chairman Brian Peters before going before the Board. If you choose to participate in this project, please answer all questions as honestly as possible and return the completed questionnaires promptly by January 24, 2014. Reminders will go out for survey completion.
Click here to provide feedback on Section 1 - Administration Standards
Click here to provide feedback on Section 2 - Staff Development Standards
Click here to provide feedback on Section 3 - Instructional Design Standards
Click here to provide feedback on Section 4 - Training Delivery Standards
Click here to provide feedback on Academy Standards
More information on the FLETA Standards, procedures, and benefits can be found in the About FLETA section of our website.
The accreditation of a federal law enforcement academy or program provides assurance to the citizens they serve that they have voluntarily submitted to a process of self-regulation and have successfully achieved compliance with a set of standards that have been collectively established by their peers within their professional community that demonstrate their adherence to quality, effectiveness, and integrity. To accomplish this goal, trainers in the same discipline, working through a professional accrediting body, assist each other in evaluating and improving their professionalism. A high degree of public confidence in the competence and professionalism of federal agents and officers is an important outcome of this process. The focus of the effort is to accredit federal entry-level and advanced/specialized training programs, instructor training, and other programs that affect multiple federal, state, and local law enforcement officers.