Law Enforcement Inspections and Auditing Certificate (LEIAC)™ designation
LD Consulting is excited to announce the Law Enforcement Inspections and Auditing Certificate (LEIAC)™ designation. This designation is designed primarily for law enforcement professionals engaged in inspections or audits or operations designed to enhance organizational efficiency and effectiveness. The LEIAC™, is recognized* by the the International Law Enforcement Auditors Association.
The LEIAC™ designation is designed for law enforcement professionals engaged in law enforcement related inspections/auditing or those with an interest in law enforcement inspections/auditing.
Most law enforcement professionals are not professional auditors but are sworn or professional staff (non-sworn) assigned to an administrative or inspections/audit assignment for 3-5 years before transferring to another position. The LEIAC™ designation is designed for these law enforcement professionals who do not have an interest or a need for an advanced auditing designation such as the Certified Law Enforcement Auditor (CLEA) or the Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP) designation which require ongoing education requirements. This course was designed to meet this need and provide quality, affordable law enforcement audit training and networking opportunities. The LEIA 101 course is a great overview and introduction to law enforcement auditing and inspections.
Law Enforcement auditing and inspections is unique. Often there are more considerations, regulations and consequences along with more processes to master. Gaining the knowledge to work in this arena is only part of the equation. You must also make sure your employer recognizes your specialized training. The LEAIC™ designation was designed especially for law enforcement professionals faced with the tough issues facing law enforcement today at the local, state and federal levels. The LEIAC is also an excellent credential that prepares and qualifies you for the many challenges you face in this demanding arena.
The LEIAC™ designation will:
- Distinguish you from your peers
- Enhance your credibility with peers and management
- Develop your knowledge of best practices and procedures in law enforcement
- Demonstrate your proficiency and professionalism
- Give you the personal satisfaction of achievement
- Lay the foundation for continued improvement or advancement.
The LEIAC™ designation is awarded only to law enforcement professionals who successfully complete the required three courses of study.
The LEIAC™ does not have continuing education requirements, although continuing education is recommended for those actively involved in law enforcement inspections/audits. It is also a great step towards determining an interest or a need for a CLEA (1) or CGAP (2) designation.
Law Enforcement Inspections and Auditing Certificate (LEIAC) ™, courses include basic quizzes for review. This is done so the attendee and the course leader get timely feedback throughout the course regarding class progress. When attendees complete courses they know if they have successfully completed the course rather than waiting weeks for the results. Course leaders like this format because they get on-going feedback regarding how well they are doing in transferring critical knowledge.
A. Successfully completed and graduated from a government sponsored law enforcement academy, AND have a law enforcement commission (sworn) from a government entity. Includes retired sworn personnel.
B. Professional staff (non-sworn) currently employed (or retired) by a law enforcement organization or government entity.
Examinations: Receive a passing score on all LEIAC™ examinations of 75% correct.
* These courses are recognized by ILEAA towards the LEIAC™designation and not the Certified Law Enforcement Auditor (CLEA) credential.
Law Enforcement Inspections/Auditing Certificate™ – LEIAC™ – Courses
In addition to the law enforcement audit courses associated with the LEAIC™ designation, we offer additional training.
 The CLEA is conferred by the International Law Enforcement Auditors Association at www.ILEAA.org
 The CGAP is conferred by the Institute for Internal Auditors at www.theiia.org