Certified Law Enforcement Executive (CLEE)
1996 to Present
The program’s primary purpose is to increase and certify professional competence. Ohio’s CLEE Program is the standard by which all other state’s certification programs are measured. The eight instructional modules are presented by nationally recognized experts from academia, the corporate sector, and private consulting organizations. Graduate credit can be arranged through Tiffin University in criminal justice.
The CLEE curriculum includes eight content modules identified by successful law enforcement executives as essential for meeting today’s demands and tomorrow’s needs in law enforcement management and leadership. Modules in Ethics and Change Management form the core of the curriculum, with others addressing Vision, Mission and GUIDING PRINCIPLES,HUMAN RESOURCES ANF TEAM FACILITATION, Planning, Interpersonal Skills, POLICE BUDGETING and Resource Allocation, and Managing the INTERNAL AND External Environment. The curriculum is dynamic and continually evaluated and changed to meet emerging needs and issues. Mastering the curriculum involves significant self study, four two day “in-residence” study days in Columbus, an examination or case study for each module, and the oral presentation of a final Capstone Project developed over the course of the 12 month program. The Capstone Project requires the application of concepts and principles learned in each of the eight modules to a self-selected law enforcement LEADERSHIP AND management problem.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
CLEE is designed for Chiefs of Police, Sheriffs, and upper command level staff, who wish to certify and increase their professional competency, management, and leadership skills, or to prepare to move onto positions of greater responsibility.
more information about CLEE
Law Enforcement Foundation
6277 Riverside Drive, Ste. 2N
Dublin, Ohio 43017
614-761-9479 - FAX: 614-761-9509