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Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy
Partnering with the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, the Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office operates the Acadiana Law Enforcement Training Academy (ALETA). ALETA trains law enforcement candidates from throughout South Louisiana to become P.O.S.T. certified law enforcement officers. Academies are 11 weeks long and include physical training & conditioning along with classroom instruction.
Schedule of upcoming training can be viewed at LPSO Community Calendar
The Mission of the Academy is to prepare each cadet at the basic entry level to assume the duties as a Patrol Officer or Corrections Officer and provide the academic knowledge, skill sets, and physical abilities required to pass the Louisiana POST Council examination.
For additional information you may contact:
Tracy Girard, Coordinator
Joyce Cowans, ALETA Administrative AssistantFrances Landry, Training Administrative Assistant
In order to register to attend the Academy, you must complete the Registration Form and fax it to 337-236-3983. The Doctor’s form can be submitted any time prior to attending the academy or the first day of the Academy.
Agency Registration Form
Academy Doctor Referral Form
Frequently Asked Questions About ALETA