CLETCertified Law Enforcement Trainer
CLETCenter for Language and Educational Technology (Thailand)
CLETCanadian Law Enforcement Training
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I'd also like to thank Alexandra Lampert for her excellent research assistance on CLETS and the other members of the Primer research team who helped me better substantiate some of the legal and regulatory issues in data sharing: Che Banjoko, Masha Hansford, Jacob Russell, and Rebecca Weber.
The district had conducted the CLETS screens on candidates for nonteaching positions, using computers already installed in the district's police headquarters.
However, Lungren said all schools, not just those in Los Angeles, are barred from examining applicants through CLETS because of a potential invasion of privacy.
CLETS could give employers access to such private information as minor drug offenses and arrests that didn't result in convictions, said Lungren spokesman Rob Stutzman.
The Al Ain game was always the one the Clets had targeted and, although disappointed by the previous defeat, they had plenty of positives to build on.
Al Ain got off to a good start and, although it was a closely-fought contest throughout, their accuracy in front of goal saw them secure a 2-6 to 1-3 win, thus sending the Clets into the Plate competition.
Alas, the Clets will have to wait at least another few weeks to add to the Plate title they won on home soil back in November as Qatar A, after another evenly-fought battle, found a late surge that took them out of reach of their opponents and put an unfair gloss on the 3-6 to 0-4 final scoreline.
Most school districts have not been using CLETS and therefore are not affected by Lungren's interpretation of the law.
Los Angeles Unified's loss of the CLETS checks does not affect teacher applicants because state law bars such inquiries on credentialed employees, Sales said.
It could not have happened in Los Angeles on April 15,'' when the district still was performing CLETS checks, Mitchell said.