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FLETCFederal Law Enforcement Training Center
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Most of the division instruction is contained in basic FLETC courses (equivalent to Army basic training), such as the Criminal Investigator Training Program, Uniformed Police Training Program, Land Management Police Training Program, and Customs and Border Protection Officer Basic Training.
FLETC maintains four training sites throughout the United States and has a workforce of more than 1,000 employees.
FLETC subsequently added the Charleston facility to its inventory through legislation in 2003 when the site was transferred to the Department of Homeland Security.
* CBP Salaries and Expenses--$100 million (transfer $1 million to FLETC);
2 To assist investigators, the Behavioral Science Division at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Georgia, developed a course to address these specific issues.
The United States Coast Guards Maritime Law Enforcement Academy (MLEA) is located onboard the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Charleston, South Carolina.
POINT OF CONTACT Deborah Fletc her, from Tyne and Wear Develo pment Company, with Andy Hudson.
1 In December 1980, industrial hygienists with the Occupational Environmental Health Service, Naval Regional Medical Center, Jacksonville, Florida, conducted impact noise measurements during weapons firing at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), Glynco, Georgia (outdoor range); in April 1984, a private firm measured peak sound pressure levels in the FLETC indoor firearms range; in July 1991, the authors conducted similar tests at the U.S.
Border Patrol (USBP) and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) to research and develop training content and methods to enable USBP agents to leverage knowledge, skills and abilities of the expert trackers in their workforces.
DHS training is provided at such facilities as the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), National Fire Academy (NFA), and Emergency Management Institute (EMI).
While FLETC did not have an off-the-shelf training program for non-law enforcement officers ready to go, instructors from the Charleston Training Division knew that they could design a program tailored to the specific needs of FDNS.
This training provided along with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), was the first multi-agency joint effort to develop, coordinate and instruct an advanced money laundering course based on the new accusatory judicial system in Colombia.