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The Law Enforcement Professionals' Certification Program was developed to give recognition for achievement in the field of law enforcement. Under the Law Enforcement Professionals' Certification Program, two additional certifications, beyond the level of basic law enforcement certification, may be awarded. Intermediate or Advanced Certification may be awarded to paid, full-time, sworn law enforcement officers who possess powers of arrest and who are employed by units of state and local government. To be eligible for either the intermediate or advanced certification, the following qualifying conditions must be met:

1) Must currently hold law enforcement basic academy certification which has been issued by CLEET. No one serving under a probationary certification status shall be eligible.

2) Must be a paid, full-time, sworn member of a state or local law enforcement agency within the State of Oklahoma.

3) Must subscribe to the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.

For more information contact:

Lisa Nessel
Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training
Professional Certification Program
2401 Egypt Road
Ada, Oklahoma 74820-0669






Last updated/reviewed December 14, 2011


Basic Academy

Academy Coordinator's Message 

Academy Schedule

Physical Test for Safe Participation

Reading, Writing and Comprehension Test

Promissory Note

"Over 5"


<-- Certification Levels

Reserve Peace Officers

Click here to view or download the information booklet for Intermediate or Advanced Law Enforcement Certification


Click here to view, download, or fill out the certification application

You can fill out the application online, but you must print it out to mail or fax.

The Council meets only quarterly, there may be a delay of three to four months in sending your application and receiving your certificate.


Click here to view the calculation worksheet in PDF format