Welcome to the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement training web site.
This site's primary purpose is to support Internet-based certification training for Texas law enforcement officers and TCLEOSE certified individuals. However, all are welcome to use the resources provided here.
Authorware version courses have been discontinued. We are sorry for any inconvience that may have occurred but we can no longer support the courses previously created using authorware software.
These courses have been discontinued and anyone that has not completed any of those course by Dec 31, 2011, will no longer be able to.
To Recover your Password go to http://www.tcleose.state.tx.us and click on the retrieve password linkfollow the instructions and your password will be sent to you immediately. If you forgot your email, you can email our Help Desk. Plan on a return email in one to two days.
To receive continuing education credits for courses you take, enter your TCLEOSE PID number and date of birth during registration. Call us immediately if you don't have it or if after registration, you do not see it in the Info section of your home page. All Texas peace officers, jailers, and telecomunicators have a TCLEOSE PID number. Our number is (512)936-7700.
Completed courses are posted Fridays. please wait for them to post on those days unless you are reestablishing your license, completing advanced certification, or require the training posted to be employed.
Contact Us at our
Help Desk with any questions or suggestions concerning this site.
Courses completed on the site are only available for TCLEOSE credit once within a training unit. Courses attempted or completed on this site through the use of deceptive means or actions will result in disciplinary action on the part of the Commission against your license. Additionally, courses on this site are to completed only by the officer receiving credit for the completion of that course
This site has been made possible by a grant from the Governor's office, and the cooperation of many criminal justice professionals and scholars. We are committed to assisting officers in becoming all that they can be, which in turn, will provide the people of Texas the quality of service and protection that they deserve.
Others affiliated with law enforcement training, education, or practice may register also, although TCLEOSE may not be available. Guest information will be maintained as a courtesy for those who wish to complete training material over time. Guest information will not be shared or distributed.