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Author: Sgt. Chuck Humes

ILEETA 2015

Mix a sixteen story hotel, filled to the brim with a diverse group of 700+ law enforcement trainers from all fifty states and three continents. Combine that with six days of uninterrupted training time. Add many trainers recognized as the “Who’s Who of Law Enforcement Training“ as teaching participants; and you get the best training event in existence. For the week of April 20 through 26th, these elements combined in Wheeling, (Chicago) IL for the 12th annual Conference of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA). Which, as to be expected, continues to be the ultimate training...

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10th-Anniversary Conference Shines Brighter than Ever, Continued

ILEETA Part Two—3 photos → VIEW GALLERY As we discussed in part one, this year’s ILLETA, the 10th anniversary conference, ran from April 15th to the 20th, and the classes were better than ever. I’d like to continue part two of this article with discussion on some of the outstanding classes that I attended, or attended at least part of. Eric Dickinson: Street Officer Medical Tactics: Real World Lessons Eric is a fascinating combination of Police Officer (now a Lt.) and Advanced EMT.  His presentation included some eye-opening lessons using real world examples.  Sadly, they made me realize how...

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10th-Anniversary Conference Shines Brighter than Ever

ILEETA is the well-known acronym for the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. It’s also used synonymously as the prestigious designation for their annual international training conference. Held in Wheeling (just North of Chicago), Illinois, this year’s event ran from April 15-20, with some hard-fought and well-spirited competitive events starting on the 14th. The ILEETA conference is a no-nonsense, top tier instructor-training event for serious law enforcement training professionals. Literally, the “Who’s Who of Law Enforcement Training” are there, training new and seasoned instructors, as well as each other. Formal classes run up to twelve hours a day...

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