Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission
The Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission enhances public safety by establishing standards and providing education and training. The goal for our website is to provide customers the latest information regarding upcoming courses offered by the Commission, resources, and links for criminal justice professionals and to provide job announcements for agencies statewide.
International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association
ILEETA provides information, training resources, member discounts and networking. The true strength of the organization lies in its diverse membership. ILEETA facilitates the sharing of ideas to help promote our motto: “Wisdom and Courage through Knowledge and Skill”. ILEETA membership is exclusive to persons actively engaged in training society’s protectors.
Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
DPSST’s Private Security and Private Investigators Program provides training and licensing services to its constituents in an industry-initiated effort to enhance professionalism among member-businesses and employees who provide services in the state of Oregon. The program works together with its policy committee members and the Board on Public Safety Standards and Training to establish professional standards, provide training to assist constituents in meeting these standards and enforce licensure and certification requirements for private security professionals and private investigators.
Bureau of Security and Investigative Services
In addition to tracking down and apprehending criminals, the early private security industry performed many other duties now associated with federal and state law enforcement: guarding interstate railroad and stagecoach shipments , investigating crimes and providing security advice to banks and other businesses that were frequent targets of outlaws. Much of this work diminished when federal and local agencies improved their law enforcement capabilities shortly after the turn of the 20th century. However, the industry had grown considerably by that time, with large numbers of people working as private guards, detectives and other security-related jobs, many of them armed. That growth was part of the reason that regulation became necessary.