Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers
An explanation and a list of eligible departments and agencies
The Department of Homeland Security, in an effort to stabilize and grow opportunities, are putting work towards the reformation and tasking of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers. The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers offices career-long training to law enforcement personnel alike, regardless of station, to help them efficiently and effectively carry out their responsibilities.
Training will consist of courses — combat-related and informational — of which department personnel undergo. The main goal behind the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers is to ensure a tie between other departments and agencies, working closely with other departments and agencies, openly inviting other department and agency personnel to work closely to the Department of Homeland Security and its ideals, to expand their knowledge and capabilities by exploring the Department of Homeland Security courses, and to grow our one common goal: serving, securing, and protecting the nation and its people.
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers, overall, provide general training in regard to areas common to all law enforcement professionals while providing high quality training. These areas can include firearms, driving, tactics, investigations, and legal training. Overall, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers seek to bind together and train all who protect our homeland.
The departments and agencies eligible to enroll in and receive department-related training are as follows:
- Defense Intelligence Agency
- National Security Agency
- Pentagon Force Protection Agency
- Federal Protective Service
- United States Secret Service
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Federal Bureau of Prisons
- United States Marshals Service
- Diplomatic Security Service
- United States Capitol Police
- United States Supreme Court Police
- Central Intelligence Agency
- United States Special Forces
- Special Weapons and Tactics Team
Departments or agencies interested in courses within the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers of which are listed above are free to contact the Director of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers for more information.
Thank you for your interest.