On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Law Enforcement Training Officers' Association of Wisconsin, welcome to our website. The primary purpose of this website is to provide information to the Membership of the Association. In the past this has meant a look forward towards upcoming conferences. In the future, this website will be used to enhance that connection.
The purpose of the Law Enforcement Training Officers' Association of Wisconsin Inc. is to promote professionalism in law enforcement through training. The organizational structure encourages cooperation among law enforcement training officers and is supportive of other organizations or governmental bodies interested in law enforcement. In support of this mission, the Association strives to bring the best national and international trainers to Wisconsin. Because we are an association created by and for training officers, our efforts have the potential to positively impact all of Wisconsin’s law enforcement officers.
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If you attended our conference you know we have several merchandise items with the LETOA Logo. They include: 5.11 Navy Polo Shirts, $35.00, Limited Older Polo Shirts, $15.00 Insulated Lunch Coolers in assorted colors, $15.00 Thermo Coffee Set $15.00 Knife $15.00 USB Flash Drive (4GB) in assorted colors, $5.00 Challenge Coin, $5.00 Stop Watch, $5.00 Shooting Glasses (no logo), $5.00 See the att
Attached is the 2015 Summer Newsletter. You will need a PDF viewer (like Adobe) to read it. If you need it in another format, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send it to you. Also, please forward this newsletter to anyone you think may have an interest in LETOA. Thank you!
Nominations for Training Officer of the Year and Training Coordinator of the Year are open. Do you know of a Training Officer/Coordinator who has gone above and beyond? Nominate them for this prestigious award. Deadline is August 1, 2016.
The Oak Creek Police Department presented at our 2014 annual conference on the Sikh Temple shooting. Chief John Edwards has given us permission to post their updated policy on Officer Involved Shooting for our membership. See the document below.
Included in this edition of the LETOA Newsletter: 2014 Fall Conference, New Website, Nominate a training officer or training coordinator of the year!
Presenters: If you wish to present at a fall conference, please complete one of the forms and submit it to us for consideration.