Career Fair Day. White Hall High School. Trae Adkins of ALETA and Mike Monk of White Hall PD.
Arkansas Law Enforcement Commission on Standards and Training is located at #4 State Police Plaza, Little Rock, 72209 AR. The Arkansas Law Enforcement Commission on Standards and Training phone number is (501) 682-2260.
Career Fair Day. White Hall High School. Trae Adkins of ALETA and Mike Monk of White Hall PD.
Medical Personnel and First Responders met with Arkansas Legislators yesterday to inform them of the importance of immediate care to victims and the impact in has on saving lives. Tools, such as the tourniquet, have been use to save many lives in the state since the training has been made available to LEO's. By increasing the awareness and training availability, the Stop the Bleed initiative hopes to expand its training and save more lives. After comments on the initiative were presented by Clayton Goddard of MEMS, Legislators received training in the application of tourniquets as well as other live saving interventions. It was a pleasure for CLEST Director Jami Cook and ALETA Staff to be able to attend and assist in the training.
ALETA is proud to announce the students of Basic Class 2018-A and Parole and Probation Class 2018-A donated 2,900 pounds of nonperishable food items during their one day food drive on Monday, February 12th. All donations were delivered to First United Methodist Church Food Pantry, where they will be distributed to area residents in need. ALETA thanks and congratulates the students on a job very well done.
Congratulations to Central ALETA Class 2017-B for graduating the 13 week Basic Police Course. Welcome to the family!!!
ALETA is proud to announce the Basic Class of 2017-C donated approximately 90 toys to the Toys for Tots program during a one day toy drive on November 13, 2017.
ALETA is proud to announce the students of Basic Class 2017-C and Parole and Probation Class 2017-D donated 3,300 pounds of nonperishable food items during their one day food drive on Monday, October 16th. All donations were delivered to First United Methodist Church Food Pantry, where they will be distributed to area residents in need. ALETA thanks and congratulates the students on a job very well done.
The staff at ALETA, OLES and CLEST wish to extend our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and coworkers of Deputy Tim Braden. Deputy Braden lost his life in the line of duty this morning in a pursuit related accident. Dep. Braden was a graduate of ALETA Class 2014-C. Rest in Peace Brother...We'll take the watch from here.
Firearms Instructor Class hosted at Jacksonville PD. 1st Firearms Instructor class put on by the new Central Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. Congratulations to the graduates on a great job and making this an amazing class!!!
The staff at ALETA, OLES and CLEST offer our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and co-workers of Lieutenant Patrick Weatherford of the Newport Police Department. The senseless killing of Lt. Weatherford is felt across the nation. Rest In Peace Lt. Weatherford....We'll take it from here.
Refresher Class to be held at Jacksonville Police Department. See details and contact information below.
ALETA would like to congratulate the following Basic Police and Parole and Probation Students for completing “The Murph Challenge” on Memorial Day 2017. These students voluntarily met with instructors this morning at 0515hrs to start the challenge. After beginning with a one mile run, they performed 100 pullups, 200 pushups, and 300 squats. The students then ran another mile. The students completed the challenge on Memorial Day in remembrance of all the United States military men and women who have lost their lives defending this country. The workout is named after Medal of Honor recipient United States Navy SEAL Lieutenant Michael P. Murphy. Lt. Murphy was killed in action in Afghanistan during Operation Redwings, the operation made famous by the book and movie Lone Survivor. The students that completed the challenge were: Austin Kennedy, Bryant Police Department Tyler Langley, Bryant Police Department Markeith Neal, Pine Bluff Police Department Corissa Calico, University of Central Arkansas Police Department Alex Santucci, North Little Rock Police Department Tyler Nelson, Crawford County Sheriff’s Office Quincy Harris, North Little Rock Police Department Matt Freeman, Russellville Police Department Garrett Henry, Crawford County Sheriff’s Office Corey Green, Benton Police Department Shannon Howell, Arkansas Community Correction Yosida Phaypanya, Arkansas Community Correction Congratulations and thank you for honoring our American Heroes!
Congratulations Central Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy Class 2017-A for successfully completing the 13 week Basic Police Course at Camp Robinson. Be safe out there!
Central ALETA 2017-A Basic Students running in the Law Enforcement Torch Run that started at Maumelle PD.
ALETA showed its support for the Special Olympics by sponsoring Instructor Trae Adkins's entry in Pine Bluff Gun Club's 12th Annual Special Olympics Benefit Shoot on Saturday, May 13th. Instructor Adkins secured a silver medal in the Stock Service Pistol Division. For the third year in a row over $10,000 was raised/donated by PBGC to the Special Olympics of South Arkansas.
The staff at ALETA, OLES and CLEST offer our deepest sympathies and condolences to the family, friends and co-workers of Lieutenant Kevin Mainhart who was senselessly murdered yesterday while serving the community. Any time a law enforcement officer is killed in the line of duty it is felt by the entire LE Community. The loss is felt by many, not only in the state but across the nation. Please pray for the families, blood and blue, of Lt. Mainhart. Pray that they may find some solace during such a difficult time. Rest in Peace Brother...We'll take the watch from here.
We at ALETA, OLES and CLEST are saddened by the loss of Corporal Jeff Hust. Cpl. Hust passed away Tuesday night surrounded by his family. Cpl. Hust will be remembered as a dedicated servant to the citizens of the State of Arkansas. We would like to extend our sympathies and prayers to the family, friends and brothers and sisters in blue of Cpl. Hust. Following are the words written by Cpl. Hust in the ASP Segment, #whyiwearthebadgewednesday. The words expressed by Cpl. Hust illustrate his integrity, determination and dedication to all people that he swore to protect and serve. From Cpl. Hust - "Why do I wear the badge? I’ve often pondered this question. I wear it to protect those who can’t protect themselves. I wear it for those who died wearing it. I wear it so others don’t have to. I wear it to defend the constitutional rights of all people. No matter the color of their skin, what deity they worship, their sexual preference, or their socio-economical status. I’ve seen things I wouldn’t want anyone else to see. This career path puts you in touch with the fragility of human life. It also makes you empathetic towards your fellow man. But for the grace of God go I, right? On the other side of that coin, I work with some of the most incredible people. People who have become my family. People who are non-negotiable. They are rock solid. These are the men and women within the Arkansas State Police. If I should falter in upholding my oath, I expect them to cut me away from this organization without any remorse. The same as I would do should one of them betray the badge. I’ve proudly served with them for the last 19 years and I can safely say I wouldn’t take anything for the experience. My law enforcement career began in 1991 at the El Dorado Police Department, where I spent seven and a half years. I attained the rank of patrol sergeant before accepting an appointment to the Arkansas State Police on August 23, 1998. My first assignment with the State Police was in Chicot County (Lake Village) in Highway Patrol Troop F. Then I transferred to Union County (El Dorado) where I worked the highway in Post 2 until November 28th of this past year when I transferred to the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) Company B. My entire law enforcement career has been spent in a uniform up until this last transfer. The uniform is the most seen aspect of any police department and I’m proud to say I’ve worn the best looking uniform in the United States. Arkansas State Troopers are second to none. They are sharp, well trained, well equipped, compassionate men and women, and can handle any situation on the highway. It gives me a sense of security seeing the white car with the blue “V” on the hood. I know whoever is behind the wheel of that vehicle is an Arkansas State Trooper. He/she went through what I went through. They questioned their decision to become a trooper. That’s how the training is designed. They rose to the challenge. They overcame adversity through perseverance and teamwork. We will forever share that bond. We are troopers. The Criminal Investigation Division Agents are the unseen of the department. They show up, handle the task at hand, and just as quickly and quietly fade into the background in which they came. The public doesn’t know they are there. The people in this division are of the same outstanding caliber as highway patrol troopers. They are intelligent and highly trained. They are experienced in investigating felony crimes; doggedly pursuing criminals, and providing facts to prosecutors in order to provide victims of crimes with restitution and/or closure. So, I guess I wear this badge because, like my code of ethics says I signed all those years ago; it’s a sign of a “public trust”. You, the public, trust that I, the police, will make the right decision when the time comes. To betray this trust would turn against every fiber of my being. I am part of the community in which I live in. Ask my neighbors. They will tell you, “He is our trooper.” I’ve received many awards during my law enforcement career recognizing my accomplishments, but to hear someone say, “He’s our trooper” is the best recognition of all." A memorial service to honor the life and service of Senior Special Agent Jeff Hust is scheduled for Sunday, May 7, 2017, at the El Dorado Municipal Complex, located at 100 W. 8th Street, El Dorado. The service will begin at 3:00 p.m. Jeff’s wife, Shelbi, asks that in lieu of flowers you make a memorial contribution in the name of Sr. Cpl. Jeff Hust, Arkansas State Police, to the Officer Down Memorial. This can be done by using their app, or mailing you memorial to P.O. Box 1047, Fairfax, VA 22038. Please continue to keep Shelbi and the family in your thoughts and prayers.
The staff at CLEST, ALETA and OLES would like to offer our condolences and prayers for the family, friends and co-workers of Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence who passed away yesterday. Rest In Peace Sheriff Lawrence.
This course is designed to provide 40 hours of training to help officers prepare for some of the greatest demands facing law enforcement today. Some of the topics to be covered are ALERRT LEVEL 1 :16 HOURS, CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM: 8 HOURS, TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE: 8 HOURS, CROWD CONTROL: 4 HOURS. For an application and complete course description go to our website at www.Clest.org. or contact Terri.email@example.com THERE IS NO COST FOR THIS TRAINING-MEALS AND LODGING ARE PROVIDED
The Basic and P.P.O. students of ALETA Class 2017-A participated in a one day food drive on January 30, 2017. The students brought food for the Ouachita County Backpack Program, which helps feed chronically hungry school children in Ouachita County. ALETA students brought a total of 1601.3 pounds for the Backpack Program.
The staff at ALETA, OLES and CLEST offer our deepest sympathies to the families of C.O. Lisa Mauldin. We pray that God provides you solace during such a difficult time.
The staff at ALETA, OLES and CLEST would like to say congratulations to ALETA Class 2016-C. We would also like to thank Arkansas Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin for his amazing speech during the ceremony. Welcome to the Thin Blue Line. Stay Safe and Godspeed.
The Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy is proud to announce the basic students of ALETA 2016-C and PPO 2016-C participated in a one day food drive Monday of this week. The students collected more than 2,400 pounds for the Cares for Kids Backpack Program in Ouachita County.