Highlights feature the following: among basic law enforcement academy classes that completed training during 2002, an estimated 61,354 recruits started training and 53,302 (or 87 percent) successfully completed or graduated from the program; in 2002, academies employed about 12,200 full-time and 25,700 parttime trainers or instructors; and the total expenditures of training academies during fiscal 2002 was an estimated $725.
What does BLEA stand for?
BLEA stands for Basic Law Enforcement Academy
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In Florida, a new law mandates a 2-hour curriculum on archeological resource protection for basic law enforcement academy classes.