From recruiting high-quality personnel to reducing risk, improving safety and delivering effective training, leaders in Louisiana’s public sector face unprecedented challenges. Lexipol provides resources to meet these needs, helping leaders understand evolving issues, operate consistently and achieve organizational excellence.
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Policies & Updates
Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Wellness Professionals Summit
January 31 - February 1, 2022
American Probation & Parole Association (APPA)Winter Training Institute
January 30 - February 2, 2022
FBINAA Officer Resiliency, Safety, & Wellness (ORSW) Leadership Forum
February 1 - 2, 2022
Louisiana Fire Chiefs Association
Louisiana Association of Chiefs of police
International Fire Chiefs Association Southwestern Division
What Our Customers Are Saying
“Before my Department used PoliceOne Academy, tracking officer’s completion status of assignments was extremely time consuming and tasking. Once we started using the training platform, we were able to eliminate several hours of useless completion checklists and greatly enhance certificate accountability.”
– Lieutenant Brian Rico, Gretna (LA) Police Department
Oak Park (IL) Fire Department
Oak Park uses FireRescue1 Academy to meet mandatory training and credential requirements, helping to streamline their fire training and reducing time spent on verifying course completion
Cannonsburg (PA) Police Department
After researching the curriculum, instructors, course content, and case studies, Canonsburg department personnel identified PoliceOne Academy as a simple, cost-effective training asset.
Salt Lake City (UT) Police Department
Using Lexipol’s policies and policy management system, the Salt Lake City Police Department has achieved three key policy goals: 1) Improve policy content, 2) enhance user access and accountability, and 3) improve officer understanding of policies.