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Peace officer Accredited TRaining OnLine
Peace officer Accredited TRaining OnLine (PATROL) is available anywhere law enforcement professionals have access to a computer and the internet. Officers can take courses anytime to earn credits that meet both continuing education requirements and industry mandates.
Here are three reasons to consider PATROL as one of your primary training sources:
- PATROL keeps peace officers current on legal issues and mandated training. Officers and deputies will have access to the following POST-accredited courses:
- A new course every month covering recent case law
- 11 refresher courses
- 5 supervisory and leadership courses
- 8 courses that meet most OSHA standards
- 3 courses that meet classroom portions of POST mandates on use of force
- Each year peace officers can earn up to 39 POST credits for only $90 per year—or just $2.30 per course. Since PATROL is web-based, you won't need to spend time or money for travel and off-site training. Administration is simple, too—designated chief law enforcement officers can go online to see which peace officers have completed PATROL coursework, the number of POST credits earned, and other useful information.
- The training is written by people who have been there—former peace officers, who develop the content with input from police liability professionals, insurance defense attorneys, and local law enforcement agencies.
See the additional tabs at the top of this page for more information about cost, courses offered, and other frequently asked questions. Contact Kristen LeRoy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-281-1268 to learn more!
PATROL is brought to you by the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust (LMCIT), Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust (MCIT), Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association (MCPA) and Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association (MSA).