The Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (ILEAC) administers the development of a set of standards and best practices for agencies across the state. State accreditation is a clear statement of exceptional levels of professionalism within your entire department, and your commitment to excellence in law enforcement. It may also help significantly reduce insurance premiums for liability in your department.
This voluntary accreditation program for law enforcement agencies is an effort of the Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission.
The Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission was formed in 2005 to establish a body of standards designed to:
- Increase law enforcement agency capabilities to prevent and control crime
- Increase agency effectiveness and efficiency in the delivery of law enforcement services
- Increase cooperation and coordination with other law enforcement agencies and the criminal justice system
- Increase citizen and employee confidence in the goals, objectives, policies, and practices of the agency.
Additionally, ILEAC was formed to develop an accreditation process that provides law enforcement agencies an opportunity to voluntarily demonstrate that they meet an established set of professional standards.