International Campus Law Enforcement Agency


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Programs and Services


IACLEA offers a number of services to strengthen campus public safety departments and keep members informed with timely information about the profession.


  • Advocacy
    IACLEA members provide their expertise to federal, state, and local lawmakers, policy makers, and federal administration representatives. As the voice for campus public safety, we strive to ensure policy at all levels helps us keep our officers and communities safe. Each spring, we visit Washington, DC, for Capitol Hill Day — multiple days of meetings, in fact. Issue Briefs on three IACLEA initiatives are available here.
  • Loaned Executive Management Assistance Program (LEMAP): Upon request, LEMAP provides confidential assistance to improve the administration, management or operations of a police, public safety, or security agency and may aid to implement improved practices and techniques. This unique program utilizes the talents and resources of executives from campus law enforcement/security agencies who serve as consultants.

  • IACLEA Connections: An online social networking and collaboration system that allows members to connect online with other members, form networks, initiate email discussions on current topics and challenges, and share resources such as model policies and procedures, in a resource library where these documents are organized and archived for easy retrieval at any time.

  • Apply now for 5th Annual International Exchange Program: IACLEA, in conjunction with the Association of University Chief Security Officers (AUCSO), is seeking applications to the International Exchange Program. The purpose of this program is to educate members on the operation of campus public safety agencies globally, and to foster understanding among members from various nations by furthering the relationship between institutions across the world. Under this program, one agency head or command level staff member from each association will participate in an exchange program for a period of three or four days to observe the operations of the other agency. Information, application, and financial considerations here.

  • Campus Law Enforcement Journal (CLEJ): The CLEJ is IACLEA's official publication, dedicated to the promotion of professional ideals and standards for law enforcement, security, and public safety so as to better serve institutions of higher learning. It is published bimonthly and is provided to all members; non-members may subscribe at the non-member rate ($45 in USA/$55 outside of USA).

  • Awards: IACLEA bestows five annual awards at the Annual Conference: the Award for Innovations in Community Oriented Policing, Award for Administrative Excellence, the Award for Merit, the Award for Valor, and the Officer Memorial Award.

  • Scholarships: IACLEA also offers three annual scholarships for students employed by campus public safety agencies at IACLEA member institutions. IACLEA members have the opportunity to make tax deductible donations to the IACLEA Annual Scholarship Fund.