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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ILEAS Telephone System is Out of Order

The ILEAS landline telephone system is out of order.  Our vendor is working to restore service.  In the meantime, please call 217-493-3083 to contact ILEAS in Urbana. 

2018 ILEAS Annual Conference

Now available:
- Certificate of Attendance
- Conference Evaluations
- In-Service Hours


Certificate of Attendance: To access your certificate, go to the Registrant List and find your agency, then click on “View/Details”.

Conference Evaluations: If you did not complete an evaluation at the conference, please fill one out via Survey Monkey. We use your feedback to plan for future conferences!

In-Service Hours: The Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board approved the ILEAS Conference for 7.5 in-service training hours for Chiefs, Deputy Chiefs and Sheriffs.
The Annual Training Reporting forms can be found on the Board’s website:

See below to download conference materials.


ILEAS and IL. Department of Public Health to Partner on Opioid Grant

ILEAS and the IL Department of Public Health are partnering on a grant entitled, "Empowering and Equipping Law Enforcement and Communities in Rural Illinois to Reduce Opioid Overdose."  The goal of the grant is to equip every squad car in 18 specific rural counties in Downstate Illinois with naloxone, a drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.  The grant will also provide for training, follow up care, referrals and care coordination in the targeted counties.  Other agencies involved are the IL Department of Human Services Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Heartland Human Services, Bethany Place and the Illinois Broadcasters' Association.  For more information, see this IDPH media release and Follow this link for Grant Information

Interoperable Communications - Upcoming CASM Database Review

As an ILEAS member, you have witnessed and understand the benefits of synchronized operations and communications in times of emergency.  Whether the response is the result of a natural disaster or a man-made disturbance, responding public safety agencies are better prepared to answer appropriately when pertinent information is readily available, and the basic requirements to develop a coordinated plan are in place. To that end, many public safety agencies in Illinois have invested in populating the Communications Assets Survey and Mapping (CASM) database to share relevant communications and point-of-contact information within the public safety community. The information is then available when needed by Communications Coordinators, planners, and agency command personnel to better prepare for response scenarios, and the future of public safety communications within the state.

 Over recent months, a review of CASM records has been undertaken.  In the review process, some records may have been edited to meet CASM standards, clarify a point of contact information, or otherwise address a relatively minor issue.  However, it is evident that a statewide, source-based review of all CASM data is needed to ensure validity.  Clearly, the best authority for a validation is the source agency.

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