|To determine the process to follow for obtaining 39 hours of credit in Law Enforcement Technology, click YES or NO under the below listed academy from which you graduated.|
|ALEA Arizona Law Enforcement Academy (since September 1, 1990)
*As of November of 2017 ALEA is now known as Phoenix Regional Police Academy (PRPA)
|ALETA Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy (since January 1995)||YES||NO|
|Mesa Police Department Academy (since February 1,1994)||YES||NO|
|Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Academy (since August 1,1995)||YES||NO|
|Any other certified Arizona peace officers||YES||NO|
|Have you graduated from the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training Academy since January 1999?||YES||NO|
Have you graduated from an academy certified by the Maryland Police and Corrections Training Commissions since July 8, 1999?
|Have you successfully passed the state certification examination for Nevada Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) since January 2017?||YES||NO|
|Have you been certified by the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy Board since July 2002?||YES||NO|
|Have you graduated from the Charlotte-Mecklenberg, North Carolina Police Department Academy since class #135, September 27, 2000?||YES||NO|
|Have you graduated from a Texas Commission on Law Enforcement licensed 560 hour academy after September, 1994?||YES||NO|
Have you graduated from the Richmond, Virginia Police Department Academy (since March, 1994 - 70th class)?
|For further information, contact recruiting at: firstname.lastname@example.org|