Notice of Public Hearing Regarding Permanent Rulemaking
A public hearing to discuss proposed changes to agency
permanent rules will be held:
March 20, 2018
K.O. Rayburn Training Center
2401 Egypt Road, Ada, Oklahoma 74820
Persons wishing to make written or oral comments may do so
by 4:00 p.m. on March 19, 2018, to the address above or to email@example.com. Copies of the proposed rules
and impact statements will be available at the public hearing,
or they may be viewed on the agency's website. Copies of the proposed rules may be obtained by contacting Shelly Lowrance
at CLEET, (405) 239-5152 or to the email address listed above.
Proposed 2018 Rule Changes
Rule Impact Statements
The Official Rules governing CLEET can be found at the Office of Administrative Rules, Oklahoma Administrative Code and Register, Title 390 - Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training. Some rules may be delayed in being updated on the Office of Administrative Rules' website.
The Secretary of State's Office of Administrative Rules is responsible for publishing the Official Rules governing CLEET (Title 390). Official rules may be accessed at: www.oar.state.ok.us/oar/codedoc02.nsf/frmMain
Last updated/reviewed February 2, 2018
Students Eligible for Peace Officer Certification through
the Collegiate Officer Program
A list of eligible students is available to all law enforcement agencies. Contact Kelly James at 405-239-5115 or by E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, for assistance or further information.
On November 1, 2007, Senate Bill 920 mandated a minimum of six (6) hours of evidence based sexual assault & sexual violence training for every active full-time peace officer by January 1, 2012.
To fulfill this mandate the following two (2) continuing education classes satisfy this requirement:
Evidenced Based Sexual Assault
Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault
The Legal update for 2016 is available at the link below. For previous year's updates and other legal information, navigate to the CLEET Legal Updates page.
Legal Update 2017
Beginning on January 26, 2008, all CLEET certified peace officers are required to meet certain firearms re-qualification standards. Officers must attain a qualifying score of not less than seventy percent (70% or 72 points) utilizing their primary duty handgun.
Effective November 1, 2007, any license obtained from CLEET must have a signed "Affidavit of Lawful Presence" completed, notarized and submitted to CLEET prior to license issuance.