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Steve Emmons

Executive Director

Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training

HQ Phone:  (405) 239-5100

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Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training

2401 Egypt Road

Ada, Oklahoma,74820

United States

Background Information

Employment History

The Ada Industrial Development Corporation


Assistant Director of Operations

C.L.E.E.T


Tulsa Police Department


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Steve Emmons - Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training


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Steve Emmons
Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET)


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CLEET spokesman Steve Emmons said the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs administers the drug dog certification tests.
CLEET licenses 320 to 350 dogs and their handlers during an average year, Emmons said. CLEET changed the rules regarding dog certification testing to align with Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs testing protocol, Emmons said. "The state statutes designate that CLEET will be the licensing agency for drug dogs, and as such we don't do the test," Emmons said.


www.tylerpaper.com

Steve Emmons leads the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training, which oversees law enforcement training statewide.
He is working with lawmakers to require more training after 73-year-old insurance executive Robert Bates, a volunteer for the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, said he mistook his handgun for a stun gun before fatally shooting Eric Harris this month. "Currently there is no requirement for continuing education once they become certified, so that's one area that we're going to be taking a look at," Emmons said. Emmons noted that the law was changed a few years ago to mandate a one-day course on the latest legal updates, but he said reservists like Bates were "grandfathered" in and aren't required to take the course.


www.wtvq.com

Steve Emmons leads the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training, which oversees law-enforcement training statewide.
Emmons says there's currently no requirement for continuing education once a person becomes certified, but he's looking to change that.


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