The ILEAS Mission

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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Southwest Illinois Flood Fight 2019

Spring and Summer flooding in the Midwest was particularly bad in 2019. Several states, including Illinois, were affected.  For the last few months, IEMA has been actively deploying assets and managing resources to assist local agencies with flooding along the Mississppi and the Illinois Rivers.  Through May and June, the resource requests were significantly large. Resources from mutual aid assets across the entire public safety spectrum were deployed into Southwestern Illinois.  Eighty-nine local law enforcement agencies deployed over 100 officers/deputies into the area over an extended period of time.  Officers were patrolling, providing site security at public safety operations centers and securing levees to ensure they were not damaged.  Officers/deputies from Mobile Field Force Teams, Special Response Teams and from non-team individual agencies from across the State participated.  

In addition to the the law enforcement assets, fire/rescue responders (particularly swift water rescue and watercraft assets), emergency managers and communications dequipment and technicians also deployed to assist.  Please click here for an interactive map of the mutual aid assets that responded to the flood in the last several weeks.  ILEAS thanks all of those agencies and first responders who interrupted their normal lives to volunteer to help their fellow public safety staff and citizens in Southwestern Illinois!

ILEAS Accepting Applications for Special Programs Coordinator to Add to Our Expanding Team

ILEAS is interested in expanding its existing learning management and project staff to meet the needs of our growing enterprise.  We currently offer a wide variety of programs and services to a number of organizations and agencies supporting public safety in Illinois.  ILEAS provides an online platform for thousands of state and local employee to assist with their training. We administer a multi-year program to distribute NARCAN across the state to police and fire agencies, and the distribution of Bleeding Control Kits to schools for emergencies.

Attorney General ICAC Task Force Job Announcement

The Attorney General's Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Commander, Ron Wolflick, has requested that ILEAS let everyone know about a current ICAC job opening. The Illinois ICAC / Office of the IL Attorney General is actively recruiting to fill the position of Internet Safety Specialist (ISS). The position is an Internet Safety Specialist located in the High Tech Crimes Bureau out of the Springfield Office. The salary is commensurate with experience. Click here for more information and the official job announcement. Under the supervision of the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Commander, the Internet Safety Specialist will develop and deliver internet safety programs to students, parents and the general public on all aspects of internet safety. Additionally, the Internet Safety Specialist will assist the High Tech Crimes Bureau in the evaluation and revision of internet safety materials, including PowerPoint presentations and internet websites. This position will require travel and, at times, overnight stays throughout Illinois. The position will also include assisting in the daily operation and reporting procedures of the High Tech Crimes Bureau. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and experience with public speaking or classroom instruction. Proficiency in Microsoft PowerPoint and a general understanding of spreadsheets is required. Send resume with cover letter to: Office of the Attorney General, Attn: Human Resources, 500 S. Second Street, Springfield, Illinois 62701 or: (

New Radios for Special Teams

ILEAS applied for and received a significant amount of grant funds to replace 14 year old radios being used by the WMD Special Response Teams throughout Illinois.  The radios the teams are currently using were purchased in 2004 & 2005. These new radios have advanced encryption capabilities and more modern technological capabilities. All the radios have been purchased and are ready for distribution. 251 officers/deputies from around 100 law enforcement agencies will receive these radios. What you see here is worth approximately $1 million.

Some of the current radios will be redistributed to Mobile Field Force and possibly EOD teams.  The remaining ones will be distributed to local public safety agencies that have requested radios.  

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