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Membership in the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration ("ILEA") is available to city, county, state and federal enforcement organizations. Membership cost is based on the number of sworn and civilian law enforcement personnel in the agency.
|Number of Sworn and Civilian Law Enforcement |
Personnel in Agency
|Annual Dues Cost|
|Up to 50||$125.00|
|51 to 150||$200.00|
|151 to 250||$275.00|
|251 or more||$350.00|
Member agencies may send representatives from their organizations to ILEA courses at a reduced rate.
In addition to city, county, state and federal agencies, any civic group, businessperson, or business organization may purchase a membership in the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration for a designated law enforcement agency. Membership certificates issued to such agencies will bear the name of the sponsor, if desired.
Membership in the Center for Law Enforcement Ethics (Ethics Center) is available for criminal justice organizations, universities, and others by application to the Director, Institute for Law Enforcement Administration. Benefits for membership in the Ethics Center include:
- Subscription to The Ethics Roll Call
- One free tuition at the Annual International Ethics Conference
- A membership Certificate
- Organizational listing in The Ethics Roll Call and
- Organizational listing on the Ethics Center website
The Alumni Association exists for the purpose of fostering a continuing connection among former students of Institute programs, and providing an avenue for agencies to obtain scholarships to attend the School of Police Supervision or the Management College. Joining the Alumni Association is easy. Alumni Members must have successfully completed the School of Police Supervision, the Management College, or one of the one-week or longer Institute programs. Learn more about ILEA Alumni Membership >>
Membership in The Center for Law Enforcement Ethics helps support the continued examination and discussion of ethics across the law enforcement community. Learn more about The Center for Law Enforcement Ethics membership >>