ILETSB developing curriculum to help officers understand Illinois’ new concealed carry law
The Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board (ILETSB) announced July 30 it is working to develop a curriculum that will help police officers understand the state’s new concealed carry law, enacted by the legislature on July 9, and provide instruction for how to interact with armed citizens in a manner that protects officers, members of the public and individuals licensed to carry firearms.
The concealed carry curriculum is being prepared in cooperation with the Police Training Institute, located at the University of Illinois’ Champaign-Urbana campus, and will be based upon research by expert instructors and law enforcement professionals at the University of Illinois and ILETSB staff.
ILETSB and the University of Illinois entered into an intergovernmental agreement in 2012 to conduct research into law enforcement practices, technologies, and training methods and delivery systems.
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