The Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation (FLETA) Board is the independent accrediting body charged with developing, managing, and assessing every federal Department and Agency with a traditional law enforcement or law enforcement-support mission. The mission of FLETA is to enhance the quality of federal law enforcement; administer an accreditation process based on those standards to foster consistency in federal law enforcement training; and ensure compliance and provide assistance with the accreditation process in order to instill public confidence in federal law enforcement. The FLETA Office of Accreditation (OA) and staff are located within the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) in Glynco, GA for budgetary and support purposes.
Here’s where the public and others can assess how effectively FLETA performs its mission and provides stewardship of resources.
A listing of Department of Homeland Security budget documents from FY 2003 to present, including budget in briefs, fact sheets, and overviews.