ON-LINE Training Cases of The Month

The Northwest Illinois Criminal Justice Commission (NICJC)

offers agencies on-line training opportunities to satisfy varying mandates on a monthly basis.


"Training Cases of The Month" participants will receive certified training credit through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board (ILETSB). Participants have thirty days to complete the monthly training.


The Police and Community Relations Improvement Act took effect January 1, 2016 and provides minimum in-service training requirements.

The acts states: 

h. Minimum in-service training requirements, which a police officer must satisfactorily complete at least annually. Those requirements shall include law updates and use of force training, which shall include scenario based training, or similar training approved by the Board.


Who can participate: Law Enforcement officers  / Correctional Officers / 911/ Telecommunicators

You must have a member account to participate in this training.

Accounts can be requested on the left side banner 

Participants receive certified hours added to an officers record on the LEDI system.


The "Training Cases of The Month" are posted on the member side of the website under "Case Studies". You must be logged in in order to make this option visible on the left side banner below your username. If the procedures listed on that page are followed, MTU1 will issue an I.L.E.T.S.B. training certificate and add the hours to an agencies total. Members also have access to the Training Cases of the Month Archive located under the "Members Tab".


Participant instructions are located under the "Registration" Tab on the page titled "Case Studies- How To"

  • If you do not see a previous months "case study", it is probably because you have already completed it.
  • The case studies list page will hide ALL of the case studies the logged in officer has previousely filled out.
  • If you need to find a copy of a "Cases of the Month" go to "Membership" tab and you will find them on the Archives page