IACLEA publishes the Campus Law Enforcement Journal (CLEJ) is published six times annually on a bimonthly basis. All issues are published digitally and the Annual Report in July/August is also published in print.
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The Campus Law Enforcement Journal provides in-depth articles dealing with all aspects of campus law enforcement with primary emphasis on the promotion of professional ideals and standards for law enforcement, public safety and security, and to better serve institutions of higher education. The target audience of the Journal is the members of IACLEA. In addition, the Journal has individual subscribers representing libraries and other entities involved or associated with campus law enforcement products and services.
- To act as the voice of the campus law enforcement community.
- To function as a forum for the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, IACLEA, membership to discuss campus issues, study new ideas, update trends in law enforcement, and to monitor legislation.
- To encourage a professional approach by providing a sense of leadership in the field of campus law enforcement.