The online training course, Peace Officer:  Realizing the True Purpose of Policing has received the IADLEST National Certificate Program (NCP) Seal of Excellence and qualifies for 8 continuing education training credits.  In many states, courses which receive IADLEST NCP also qualify for continuing education training credits for police training.  In other cases, an officer’s employing agency has the discretion to determine what training may be used to fulfill the mandatory training requirements. Therefore, as long as the agency head approves the training, it can be used toward the mandatory training hours.  Check the status of your state on the list below.  And reach out to us with any questions.  We’re here to help! 

Alabama
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Alaska
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Arizona
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Arkansas
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California
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Colorado
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Connecticut
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Delaware
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

District of Columbia
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Florida
Eligible for training credits.  In Florida, an officer’s employing agency has the discretion to determine what training may be used to fulfill the mandatory retraining requirements. Therefore, as long as the agency head approves the training, it can be used toward the mandatory retraining hours.

Georgia
In process for continuing education credit approval.

Hawaii
Check the state police training oversight agency here.

Idaho
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Illinois
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Indiana
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Iowa
Eligible for training credits.  If an agency in Iowa wants to use this course for their in-service elective hours and they deemed it qualified, they could do so.  

Kansas
Eligible for training credits.  Kansas POST does not pre or post certify training courses.  For any training to be counted towards officer’s mandatory 40 hours of annual training it must meet two criteria.  It must be law enforcement related and it must be accepted as training by the agency head prior to completing. 

Kentucky
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Louisiana
Eligible for training credits.  The only approval required for education credits is by the individual agency head.

Maine
Eligible for training credits.  Maine allows agency CEOs (Chief, Sheriff, Colonel, Etc.)  to select appropriate elective training to cover non-mandatory training topics, so your training could be selected by the CEOs to cover the elective training credits.  

Maryland
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Massachusetts
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Michigan
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Minnesota
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Mississippi
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Missouri
In process for continuing education credit approval.

Montana
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

Nebraska
Eligible for training credits.  Nebraska does not have a  state requirement for approval for continuing education.  Each law enforcement agency administrator has the ability to approve training for continuing education.

Nevada
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

New Hampshire
Eligible for training credits.  New Hampshire does not recognize outside venders for police training.  Each individual police chief is responsible for identifying trainers and training programs that they want to use for their officers to meet the annual in-service training requirements. 

New Jersey
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New Mexico
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New York
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North Carolina
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North Dakota
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Ohio
In process for continuing education credit approval.

Oklahoma
In process for continuing education credit approval.

Oregon
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Pennsylvania
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Rhode Island
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South Carolina
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South Dakota
South Dakota does not require continuing education certification.

Tennessee
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Texas
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Utah
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Vermont
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Virginia
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Washington
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West Virginia
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Wisconsin
Eligible for training credits.  No certification is required in Wisconsin. It is an agency decision.

Wyoming
Eligible for training credits.  IADLEST NCP qualifies course to be recognized for continuing education credit.

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