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We understand concerns exist regarding continuing education compliance reporting in the Thentia portal system. We are aware of many problems with the system including failure of the system to identify courses by name, the inability of training coordinators to see full training histories of each officer, hours calculation errors in the system, and an inability to run accurate compliance reports. Those problems have been communicated to our system vendor and they await resolution. We have been waiting months for resolution of most of these problems and we, like you, are very frustrated. However, we cannot fix any of the system errors ourselves. We are totally dependent upon the system provider to do so.
For the 2022 continuing education reporting cycle, please be aware of the following: (1) Individual officers are still obligated to complete the number of training hours applicable to their certification status. (2) Appropriate disciplinary actions will be initiated if CLEET determines an officer has failed to timely comply with the annual continuing education requirements. (3) Large-scale compliance checks of all certified officers will not be undertaken until our vendor has provided us with the ability to run accurate compliance reports. In other words, officers are expected to comply with CE requirements and, if we become aware of a failure of an officer to comply, we will take appropriate disciplinary actions but officers should not be concerned that CLEET plans to run compliance reports for disciplinary purposes while the problems we’ve identified with our vendor are still unresolved. As long as individual officers have actually completed their training requirements in the appropriate year, they are not in danger of disciplinary action simply because the portal system may not currently be accurately reporting their training hours.
Reminder for Security License submission of application payment by certified check, company check, or money order. Please make sure payment only obtains one applicants fee (not multiple). Payment will be returned if payment is not the exact amount that is required on the invoice. Online applications are paid in two parts: The applicant will pay twenty percent (20%) of the licensing fee during the submission of application. Once application is approved, the applicant will receive an email informing them they are approved pending the rest of the application fee. Once the fee is paid, the applicant will be able to login and print their license.
Pursuant to the Oklahoma Security Guard and Private Investigator Act and effective November 1, 2022, Private Security Guard Agencies may hire unarmed security guards and allow them to work unlicensed for up to forty-five (45) days while their complete application to the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training is being processed. The application must be complete, including fingerprints, and the application fee must be paid. Please Note: The forty-five (45) day countdown begins on the date of employment, not the date the application is submitted, so it is recommended that employees submit their application as soon as possible to take advantage of the grace period. If the application of the unlicensed unarmed guard is denied before forty-five (45) days has expired or if the time expires before the license is issued, the employee will not be allowed to continue to operate as an unarmed security guard until a license is issued.
From the Oklahoma Attorney General
Guidance for Oklahoma law enforcement following Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Org
We have been working for the last year and a half to bring our clients a new and improved way to access applications and records. We are pleased to announce that it is finally here! Like with any new software, we will be working out some data transfer issues. We ask for your patience as we work out the bugs. You can access the portal here: https://cleet.us.thentiacloud.net/webs/cleet/ .
We have also created some “How To” videos to help guide you through some of the processes. You can access those here: https://rise.articulate.com/share/3Schg2cmd4fpISw0ztAmdwaM5OKYkGOf .
Applications should be submitted using the portal system. We will continue to accept paper applications for a period of 30 days during this transition phase but after that all applications will need to be submitted electronically.
Remember: There will be some errors in the new software. We are aware of them, and we are working diligently to get them corrected.
The CLEET Team
Course Links for Mandatory Courses
You will need to watch the entirety of the presentation before taking the quiz to be in compliance with state statute. Submitting your quiz results is an attestation that you took this training as required.
This course is mandatory for all Oklahoma Law Enforcement Peace Officers. Course Number CL-0645. 1 Hours CE credit. This course covers 74 OS 151.3(L), which requires CLEET to establish appropriate training resources focused on the investigations of unidentified and missing persons and shall require all CLEET-certified law enforcement officers to complete such training on a “regular basis.”
Sexual Assault Response
This course is mandatory for all Oklahoma Law Enforcement Peace Officers. Course Number CL-0644. (3) Hours CE credit. This course meets the requirement of 70 OS 3311.4(A).
Please upload this training through the CLEET portal https://cleet.us.thentiacloud.net/webs/cleet/. The course numbers are listed above.
PUBLIC NOTICE ON DATA COLLECTION
The Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) may collect personally identifiable data in the course of its training, certification, and licensing duties. This personally identifiable information is securely stored in compliance with Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) guidelines, state record retention requirements, and other applicable policies and guidelines. CLEET shares personally identifiable information only as allowed by law, such as disclosures required or allowed by the Oklahoma Open Records Act and other statutes particularly applicable to CLEET.
“Personally identifiable data” means information which can identify an individual including, but not limited to, name, birth date, place of birth, mother’s maiden name, biometric records, Social Security number, official state- or government-issued driver license or identification number, alien registration number, government passport number, employer or taxpayer identification number or any other information that is linked to linkable to an individual, such as medical, educational, financial or employment information.
74 O.S. § 3106.4
CLEET is committed to protecting personally identifiable data as it conducts its business on behalf of the public.
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