MERIDIAN, IDAHO – The International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) is pleased to announce the next stage of the National Certification Program (NCP). Training providers who get their courses certified will now receive additional support from both IADLEST and Envisage Technologies, the creators of […]
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On June 1 at its annual conference, IADLEST launched a program that is ushering in a new era in US law enforcement training: the National Certification Program, or NCP. IADLEST’s goal with this new training standard is to have it accepted in all 50 states, effectively calibrating the training standards of police departments across the nation, reducing risks of litigation, raising the quality of training and reducing costs for all parties involved. In this live event and webcast, Mike Becar, Executive Director of IADLEST, moderated a panel discussion with five panelists about what the NCP is and how it will raise the bar of our nation’s law enforcement training.