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Why Attend CLEE?

YES, I HAVE CONSIDERED CLEE, BUT I DON’T HAVE THE TIME

CLEE has a convenient schedule.  Recognizing the demanding schedules of today’s law enforcement executive, CLEE requires only nine “in‐residence” days in Columbus over a fourteen‐month period.  CLEE is designed to fit well within your professional and personal schedules, as the balance of the course work is completed independently.

I HAVE HEARD THAT IT IS A LOT OF WORK

CLEE content is relevant, meaningful, and continually updated to meet the current demands of the law enforcement executive. The CLEE requirements are demanding, but realistic to your present executive assignment, while also preparing you for future responsibilities.

I HAVE ALREADY ATTENDED OTHER SCHOOLS

CLEE is a unique educational opportunity. Graduates of CLEE, who have also attended other leadership trainings, (i.e., Police Executive Leadership College (PELC), FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute, Northwestern Staff and Command, and other public and private programs), report that CLEE is a unique, one‐of‐a‐kind educational program that can help you maximize your executive performance, leadership ability, and career options.

OUR BUDGET CANNOT AFFORD THE EXPENSE AT THIS TIME

There is no better time than now to take advantage of this executive leadership training. With tight budgets and lean personnel, it is imperative to take advantage of the  opportunity that can be gained from participating in CLEE. A better understanding of human resources, change management, strategic planning, interpersonal relationships, risk management, along with external environment, ethics and visioning is a must to be the best leader you can be and need to be in these challenging times.

Plus, the tuition is currently paid for through a generous grant from the Department of Public Safety. Lodging and meals may also be covered if you stay at the training location.

I PLAN TO RETIRE SOON

CLEE prepares you for expanded career options. Many people who retire either want to or must find other employment.  A CLEE graduate has increased second‐career options and opportunities. The knowledge and skills taught in CLEE are crucial to success in any leadership position, within or outside of law enforcement.

Now is the time to submit your application
for the remaining class openings!

Download Timeline

CLEE XXIII Time Line

ModuleDescriptionTimeIn-residence
(Travel to Columbus)
Test
(via email)
Case Study
(via email)
Orientation Lunch11:30am-1:30pmFriday
12/08/17
Module 1Vision, Mission & Guiding Principles10:00am-5:00pmWednesday
2/28/18
Friday
3/30/18
Module 2Ethics8:00am-3:00pmThursday
3/01/18
Friday
4/06/18
Module 3Managing & Leading The External Environment10:00am-5:00pmWednesday
5/30/18
Friday
6/29/18
Module 4 (morning)Interpersonal Skills8:00am-11:30amThursday
5/31/18
Friday
7/06/18
(Interpersonal Skills)
Module 5 (afternoon)Human Rsourcesw & Team Facilitation12:30pm-4:30pmThursday
5/31/18
Friday
7/13/18
(Human Resources & Team Facilitation)
Module 6Change Management10:00am-5:00pmWednesday
9/05/18
FRIDAY
10/05/18
Module 7Strategic Planning8:00am-3:00pmThursday
9/06/18
Friday
11/02/18
Module 8Police Resource Allocation & Budgeting8:00am-3:00pmWednesday
10/31/18
FRIDAY
1/04/19
Module 9Organizational Risk Management8:00am-3:00pmThursday
11/01/18
Friday
12/07/18
Capstone Activity Presentations9:00am-3:00pmThursday & Friday
1/24/19 & 1/25/19
(your timeslot will be on only 1 day)
Graduation1:30pmFriday
2/08/19

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Jeff Hill
Director, CLEE Program
jeff.hill@oacp.org
614.761.9479