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We strive to meet the needs of law enforcement throughout the state of Illinois in matters of mutual aid, emergency response, and the combining of resources for public safety.


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Less Lethal Alternatives Device Grant Application

The Less Lethal Alternatives for Law Enforcement Taser device application has closed.
Thank you to all of the agencies that completed the application!

Over the next several weeks, each application will be scored by representatives from the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, Illinois Sheriff’s Association, ILEAS Governing Board, and ILEAS Staff. Once completed, ILEAS staff will contact each agency advising whether they are receiving a full, partial, or no award. Agencies receiving a full or partial award will be provided the number of devices awarded and a reimbursement amount for those packages. Additional information will be provided to guide agencies through the process of completing the Recipient Agreement and the necessary documentation to receive the reimbursement funds.

Click Here for more information about the ICJIA Less Lethal Alternatives Grant

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ILEAS Announces Ballistic Shield Awards

After receiving over 130 applications for the 23 sets of Ballistic Shields that were available, ILEAS is announcing the awardees. A review board consisting of ILEAS Special Teams Staff, Special Team Field Commander and a Regional Co-Chair reviewed the entire body of applications and pared that down to a smaller sub-set for specific analysis.

Considering stated need based on a number of factors to include; financial, geography, history and willingness to share the assets, the following agencies were selected:

Caseyville PD
Dewitt County SO
Glencoe Public Safety
Hoopeston
Jersey County SO
Knox County SO
Marion County SO
Marshall County SO
McLeansboro PD
Morgan County SO
Moultrie County SO
Piatt County SO
Richland County SO
Rochelle PD
Rock Falls PD
Round Lake Heights PD
Sandwich PD
Shiloh PD
Skokie PD
Steger PD
Sterling PD
WIU Ofc of Public Safety
Woodford County SO

Each agency will receive a Ballistic Rifle and Pistol Shield. To qualify, a member of each department will be required to attend a 40 hour Ballistic Shield Instructor Course and take possession of the equipment at the ILEAS Training Center in Urbana.

Providing a way for agencies and established multi-jurisdictional response teams to acquire ballistic shields and other safety type equipment has long been a priority for ILEAS and will continue to be in the future. This represents the third round of purchases for a total of 52 sets (104) of shields supplied. As funds become available additional sets of shields will be purchased so that agencies that were not selected at this time, may possibly be in the future.

ILEAS to Hire Grant Support Coordinator

The Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System (ILEAS) is accepting resumes to select a new Grant Support Coordinator.  ILEAS is a public agency that assists law enforcement in Illinois by facilitating mutual aid between over 900 police agencies throughout the state.  ILEAS administers federal and state public safety grants as part of this mission.  ILEAS is based in Urbana, Illinois, and employs over 50 full and part-time staff and training cadre members across the state.  ILEAS oversees an annual budget ranging from $7 to $15 million. The Grant Support Coordinator supports many of the financial processes necessary for the successful functioning of ILEAS.

Bureau of Justice Assistance - State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training Program

How To Build a Threat Assessment Threat Management Team

The State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (SLATT) Program, funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), is hosting two webinars for law enforcement officers in June on how to build a threat assessment threat management team (TATM) as a means of preventing or mitigating the risk of targeted violence. Each webinar will cover the same information.

  • Webinar 1 - Tuesday, June 11, 2024, at 1 p.m. EDT.
  • Webinar 2Wednesday, June 26, 2024, at 1 p.m. EDT.

The webinars will be delivered by subject-matter experts leading TATM prevention efforts within their law enforcement organizations. The webinars build on the concept of TATMs as an evolving solution to targeted violence. Utilizing case studies, the presentation details how to build scalable TATMs, while also addressing the challenges and lessons learned from both a law enforcement and clinical perspective.

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