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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Featured News

ILEAS Seeking Applicants for Grant Support Coordinator Position

The Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System (ILEAS), a grant funded public agency, is seeking a 35 hrs/wk Grants Support Coordinator.  ILEAS administers federal and state public safety grants for law enforcement mutual aid.  Responsibilities for this position include invoice processing and travel coordination. Secondary duties include oversight of ILEAS Foundation business and annual Conference planning and coordination with product vendors. 


ILEAS Seeking Applicants for Communications Equipment Technician

ILEAS is seeking applications from qualified individuals to serve as a Communications Equipment Technician at the Training Center located at 1701 E.

ILEAS Foundation Partners with Chili's "Give Back" Program

The ILEAS Foundation is partnering with Chili’s "Give Back" program to conduct a fundraiser from October 10th thru the 30th.  If you eat at any of the 63 Chili's restaurants in Illinois between October 10-30 and present the physical voucher, Chili's will donate to the Foundation, 15% of the pre-tax bill.  In order for the donation to take place, a voucher must physically be presented to the Chili’s server. More information can be found by clicking on the ILEAS Foundation Web Page

Funds raised during this project will go towards supplementing homeland security training conducted by ILEAS and equipment for local law enforcement.  We encourage you to share this with your family, friends, associates and others so we can get a great turn out and at the same time, show their support for law enforcement in Illinois.  We also encourage everyone to post it on their social media accounts like Facebook or Twitter as well.  

Illinois S.T.I.C. Improves its Event Planning System

The Statewide Terrorism & Intelligence Center (STIC) is continuing to improve situational awareness by using ArcGIS Online to collect information on special events. The previous PDF form used to gather information on special events is now available online via a Geoform. The link provided will help provide real-time information to STIC. To use this as a real-time tool, please submit all future special events to STIC via the Geoform. Any supplemental or supporting documents that do not fit on the Geoform can be submitted to STIC with the event name and date.

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