Abstract

As never before, law enforcement academies and trainers are challenged by the increases in workloads and the complex anti-terrorism and information sharing demands of the post-9/11 world. New initiatives are hindered by lack of clarity and budget constraints, while the threat of litigation requires academies to seek training standardization and quality controls.

To cite this article: Myers, Cory. (2004, 3rd Quarter). “The 21st Century Law Enforcement Academy.” The Law Enforcement Trainer, 17-20.

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