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Mission

The mission of the Department of Criminal Justice Training is to provide quality criminal justice training and other services that will enhance the ability of the state’s law enforcement personnel to reduce crime and its costs and create a safe, secure environment for Kentucky.

It is the goal of the Department of Criminal Justice Training to accomplish its mission while adhering to the values of honor, responsibility, and commitment.


The duties and powers of the Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT) are prescribed in the Kentucky Revised Statutes, more specifically, in KRS 15A. 070:
(1) The Department of Criminal Justice Training shall establish, supervise and coordinate training programs and schools for law enforcement personnel and any other justice or non-law enforcement-related personnel as prescribed by the secretary.

(2) The Department of Criminal Justice Training shall make a continuing study of law enforcement training standards and upon request may furnish information relating to standards for recruitment, employment, promotion, organization, management, and operation of any law enforcement agency in Kentucky.
Matthew G. Bevin
Governor
John Tilley
Justice and Public Safety Cabinet Secretary