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      AGENCY ADDRESS REPORTING

We accept Agency Address Reports from July 1st-October 1st

An Agency’s submission of the required documentation in accordance with the statute will bring an officer’s obligation to notify CLEET of an address or phone number change in compliance with 70 OS § 3311 P. However, an agency’s compliance with 70 OS § 3311 does not absolve the officer of their future obligation to notify CLEET within ten (10) days when address or phone number changes take place. Although it is CLEET’s desire to seek voluntary compliance, the statute does provide remedies for failure to comply. These remedies include:
• CLEET may disqualify a law enforcement agency from participating in training programs sponsored by the Council, and/or
• CLEET may impose an administrative fine for violations of this section.


All reports should be sent to: crystal.seaver@cleet.state.ok.us
Direct Line: 405-239-5122


Tips to Remember When Completing The Spreadsheet:
• Do not submit nick names.
• Do not leave out CLEET numbers or replace them with social security numbers.

Please include the information below in your email:
Submitter’s name, position or title:
Law Enforcement Agency (complete name):
Phone and fax numbers:
Email address:


    NOTICE OF ADVISORY COUNCIL POSITION VACANCY

If you are interested in serving the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training as the Region 2 (includes counties: Cherokee, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Sequoyah and Wagoner) law enforcement representative, you must be a certified full-time peace officer employed by a city, county, state or federal law enforcement agency. Please complete this form and submit it, along with a letter of interest and your resume, to CLEET , by December 31, 2018. The Advisory Council will consider all applications at its next quarterly meeting, and make a recommendation to the Council, which has final appointment authority.

CLEET, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, Oklahoma 74820

or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us

If you have questions, please call Shelly Lowrance at 405-239-5152

ADVISORY COUNCIL APPLICATION


CLEET BOMB DOG ADVISORY COUNCIL
AT-LARGE VACANCY

Due to the vacancy of an At-Large seat on the Bomb Dog Advisory Council, the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) is accepting letters of interest from those individuals who wish to be considered as an appointee to serve on the CLEET Bomb Dog Advisory Council. 

The responsibilities of Bomb Dog Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph L(2), which states “ . . .  make recommendations concerning minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to the certification of canines and canine teams trained to detect controlled dangerous substances.”  The Bomb Dog Advisory Council meets quarterly.

If you are a full-time commissioned officer with practical knowledge of such canines and canine teams and are interested in serving on the Bomb Dog Advisory Council, please submit a resume, a letter of interest, an application (link below) and a letter of acknowledgement signed by the head of your department to the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training by November 1, 2018. All information received will be forwarded to the Bomb Dog Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation. The Bomb Dog Advisory Council’s recommendation(s) will be taken to the Council for final selection and appointment.

Email above mentioned documents to crystal.seaver@cleet.state.ok.us If you have any questions please call Crystal Seaver at 405-239-5122.

BOMB DOG ADVISORY COUNCIL APPLICATION


 

 

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   Rules COP Student List

Copies of the proposed rules may be obtained by contacting
Shelly Lowrance at CLEET, (405) 239-5152 or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us.


 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: 

http://www.oar.state.ok.us/oar/codedoc02.nsf/frmMain

 

Last updated/reviewed September 18, 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  kelly.james@cleet.state.ok.us, for assistance or further information. 

Mandatory Training Reminder   Legal Updates

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
or
Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault

The Legal update for 2018 is available at the link below. For previous year's updates and other legal information, navigate to the CLEET Legal Updates page.

 

Legal Update 2018
 

 Firearms Re-qualification Standards Affidavit of Lawful Presence

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.

 

 Contact Information

Administrative Offices open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 2401 Egypt Road
Ada, Oklahoma 74820-0669

Main Number for Law Enforcement: 405-239-5100
Main Fax: 405-239-5180

Main Number for Private Security: 405 239-5110
Private Security Fax: 405.239.5182