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The Digest of Mandatory Police Training & Administrative Requirements has been updated. The digest is a compilation of State and Federal training mandates, along with the mandated administrative actions for agencies. click to see more
Funding is coming our way and MTU1 is Gearing Back Up!
Please review the courses being offered in the next few months. Some are Nationally Known!
With promotions, new hires and assignment changes taking place entities need these training classes in order to be NIMS compliant. The Illinois Police Training Act does not mandate this training. NIMS training is required under Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD-5) to receive federal funding, grants, training, and reimbursement of disaster recovery costs. Personnel must attend training based on their ICS role.
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION
Can a Concealed Carry Licensee legally carry a concealed firearm while obeying Executive Order 2020-32?
The May 2020 Training Cases of the Month have been added to the case studies section of the website.
If you have an MUT1 website account you may participate in this training, law enforcement officers may submit an account request on the left side banner of the homepage
On February 13, 2020 the Illinois Chiefs and Sheriff’s Associations released a joint sample letter addressed to Governor Pritzker and Legislative Leaders regarding the funding crisis for police training in Illinois
New Annual requirement for all Illinois Employers to Provide Sexual Harassment Training is an example of one mandate not included in the Illinois Police training Act, but you still need to make sure your officers receive
It is not police agency specific such as OSHA requiring Annual HazMat training.