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Certified, Accredited Online Law Enforcement Training

  • The PoliceOne Academy currently offers 100 hours worth of accredited training.
  • A Certificate of Completion is awarded at the successful completion of each 1 hour course.
  • Training records are easily sorted and exported through the Administrator's profile.
  • Individuals can view their completed and assigned training at any time.

 

The PoliceOne Academy is currently recognized as a Certified Training Provider by the State Commission on Peace Officer Standards & Training in the following states:

  • Colorado * - The PoliceOne Academy provides 86 hours of Colorado POST certified training credit.
  • Indiana -  Can be used to fulfill all 24 hours of Indiana Law Enforcement Academy annual training requirements.
  • Michigan * - Eligible for PA 302 Justice Training Funds through MCOLES.
  • Minnesota Can be used to fulfill all 48 hours of MN POST training required every 3 years.
  • Nevada - Can use any of our courses to fulfill 12 hours of Annual Continuing Education requirements. We have over 105 courses that can be used for NV POST Professional Development hours
  • New Mexico - The PoliceOne Academy provides 86 hours of New Mexico POST certified training credit.
  • North Dakota  - Can be used to fulfill 20 of the 60 North Dakota POST required training hours required every three years.
  • Oklahoma * - Can be used to fulfill the 24 hours of Oklahoma CLEET annual accredited training requirements.
  • South Carolina - Can be used to fulfill the 40 hours of South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy in-service training required every three years.
  • Tennessee - Can be used to fulfill 24 of the 40 hours of Tennessee POST annual training requirements.
  • Texas * - Can be used to complete the 40 hours of TCOLE annual continuing education requirements. 

Direct reporting from the PoliceOne Academy to the state's POST is available and/or mandated. 

 

The PoliceOne Academy can be used for Continuing Education Credits in the following states:

  • Alabama  - Can be used to fulfill 6 hours of annual training with Department level approval.
  • Florida - Can be used to fulfill 36 of the 40 hours of retraining requirements with Department level approval.
  • IowaCan be used to fulfill all 12 hours/year or 36 hours/every 3 years of in-service requirements with Department level approval
  • Kansas  - Can be used to fulfill 20 of the required 40 hours of annual in-service training with Department level approval.
  • Maine  - Can be used to fulfill the 20 hours of elective training required every 2 years with Department level approval.
  • Massachusetts Can be used to fulfill the non-mandated training hours required annually by the Municipal Police Training Committee.
  • Mississippi - Can be used to fulfill 8 of the required 24 hours of annual in-service training with Department level approval. 
  • NebraskaCan be used to fulfill 10 of the required 20 hours of annual continuing education with Department level approval.
  • New HampshireCan be used to fulfill all 8 hours of required annual on-going training with Department level approval.
  • Ohio - Can be used to fulfill all 3 hours of required continuing professional training with Department level approval.
  • South Dakota - Can be used to fulfill all 40 hours of required continuing education credits every 2 years with Department level approval.
  • Utah - Can be used to fulfill the required 40 hours of annual in-service training with Department level approval.
  • Virginia - Can be used with regional training Academy level approval
  • Vermont - Can be used to fulfill all 25 hours of annual training requirements. 
  • Washington -  Can be used to fulfill all 24 hours of annual training requirements.
  • West Virginia - Can be used to fulfill 4 of the 16 online hours for in-service training with Department level approval.
  • Wisconsin - Can be used to fulfill 8 of the 24 hours of annual training requirements with Department level approval.
  • Wyoming - Can be used to fulfill 1/2 of your annual training requirements with Department level approval. 

 

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