Law Enforcement Learning is a website that enables law enforcement and security professionals to teach and learn online. The site hosts courses taught by individuals, training companies, departments, and agencies in the law enforcement and security fields. Law Enforcement Learning’s technology allows any law enforcement or security professional to use video, audio, documents, presentations, quizzes, assignments, and live classes to build a course and deliver it to members of the police and security communities. Individuals and training companies can use the site to build or expand an audience and earn active or passive income from each student enrollment. Departments and corporations can use the site to deliver internal training content and, in doing so, save on expensive hosting, contracting and consulting costs.
Current and former law enforcement and security professionals can teach and take courses on Law Enforcement Learning. Sworn law enforcement officers and others with direct law enforcement requirements are eligible to create verified accounts that enable them to build, teach, and access sensitive law enforcement content. Other site users can teach and enroll in courses not classified as law enforcement sensitive by their creators.
Instructors can build and teach two different types of courses on the site. The first type, Open courses, allow students to enroll at any time and complete the courses whenever they have time to do so. Open courses do not require any instructor participation once the course is built and published, but instructors can require quizzes, accept assignments, conduct rolling discussions, and schedule live interactions to ensure students remain engaged and connected. The second type, Instructor-led courses, allow instructors to guide students through content over a series of weeks. Instructor-led courses have defined start times, and enrollment in an instructor-led course closes on the course start date. These courses are similar to college-style distance learning offerings, and often include assignments, discussion boards, and projects.
It depends. Instructors set their own course costs, and usually price them between $5 and $350. For departments and organizations that wish to create and teach internal content, we’ll set a flat rate based on the number of courses and users – this option will cost between $5 and $10 per student for each course. To request more information or to receive a department or organization price quote, email us at email@example.com and estimate how many courses and students you’d like to support.
Nothing. Any law enforcement or security professional can create a course for free. When students enroll in the course, Law Enforcement Learning will take 30% of each enrollment and send the other 70% to the instructor.
Simply click the Register link and create an account. You’ll be able to teach or take classes once you do. It is free to become an instructor and, if you’d like to teach sensitive law enforcement material, verify your user account after signing up.
Instructors will receive 70% of each student enrollment. Law Enforcement Learning will pay you once each month through PayPal.
You can use a credit card to purchase individual courses. For departments, organizations, and other large-scale users who pay with purchase orders, we can invoice you directly, generate a unique course code for your students, and remove the payment requirement for your enrollees. With this method, students receive a unique code, input the code during registration, and move directly into their assigned course without using their own funds for payment.
Yes. We provide course design assistance, video production, and everything else you need to build a great, professional online course. To set up a consultation, go here:
Yes. Your courses are encrypted and stored on secure cloud servers. When we use third-party vendors, we vet them to make sure they employ appropriate security precautions and safeguard material and data. Finally, all students are manually validated before they are allowed to access law enforcement sensitive course material and instructors have the authority to admit or refuse any potential student interest in their courses.
When students sign up for sensitive courses, they include their law enforcement affiliation and the name and contact information of a supervisor for manual verification. A Law Enforcement Learning representative will use this information to contact each student’s organization or department and confirm his or her law enforcement status; only current and former law enforcement personnel are eligible for verification.
Yes. You can remove your course at any time from the site. To remove your course, email our support address. We’ll verify that the course does not have active students, and we’ll remove it.
For Individuals and training companies, the site will help you develop or grow your audience. If you have a unique skill, technique, or approach, you can use the site to share your knowledge and generate income from your experiences. If you have a training company, you can use the site to expand outside of your geographic region, increase your customer base, and offer new training solutions. Finally, if you are a department or corporation, you can save on hosting, contracting, and consulting costs and still deliver meaningful, modern content to your employees. By using internal assets to create courses and allowing Law Enforcement Learning to handle hosting, delivery, and tracking, you’ll ensure your content remains true to your organization’s culture and requirements and still cut costs.
2-Factor Authentication will help you keep your account safe from bad actors. Watch this tutorial here to learn how to enable the feature:
Does your quiz grade seem off? It's not a mistake; it's how we compute answers. Our algorithm grades a correct answer as a +1 and an incorrect answer as a -1. This means that you can score a 0% and still get some questions correct. The nature of the subject matter that our instructors teach means that incorrect answers should be weighted more than zero. Many mistakes in law enforcement have significant legal or safety consequences, and our approach is that mistakes in law enforcement training should demonstrate those negative consequences.
We have a video upload limit of 300mb, and your video won't upload if it is larger than that size. To fix the issue, you can compress your video to a smaller file size or split it up into multiple parts. If neither of these options work, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll upload the entire video for you.
No, you do not need to be verified to take most courses on Law Enforcement Learning. Verified courses are identified by banners at the top of their registration pages. If you do not see a banner on the registration page, the course does not require you to complete the verification process. If the course is limited to Verified users, you must complete the Verification process prior to gaining access to course content.
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