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 Law Enforcement Training Academy


The January Class will start on March 1, 2016, however, it is filled and therefore closed.

We are currently taking applications for the next class which will begin on September 12, 2016.

Documents to apply for the class can be received by completing the Information/Application selection to the left.

The LETA program is NOT eligible for Financial Aid. 

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Law Enforcement Training Academy Brochure


Please review the CCL course Program Guide for requirements.


The Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Law Enforcement Training Academy is an
intense, highly accountable and challenging
training program certified by the Arizona Peace
Officers Standards and Training Board (Az POST).
 
This 800+ hour program meets Tuesday
and Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and
all day Saturday, for 10 months.
*Please note: The Medical Exam fee has changed to $243.00 and the Polygraph fee is $150.00

The CGCC Law Enforcement Training Academy is emotionally, academically and physically challenging. The academy meets Az POST standards and includes instruction in:
  • Criminal Law, Traffic Law, Search and Seizure
  • Rules of Evidence, Patrol and Observation
  • Domestic Violence, Cultural Awareness
  • Crime Scene Investigation, Crowd Control
  • Death Investigations, and many other classes
The program also incorporates proficiency skills training in the areas of defensive tactics, firearms, high risk stops and vehicle/pursuit operations. Physical fitness is an important and regular part of the program. Az POST requires each cadet to qualify on the Peace Officer’s Physical Aptitude Test prior to certification. This includes 5 timed events: 6’ solid wall climb, 6’ chain link fence climb, 99 yard obstacle course, body drag
and 500 yard run.
 
Upon successful completion of the academy and the Az POST comprehensive exam, students are eligible to be certified police officers. In addition, students earn 30 college credits from CGCC.