Presentation on theme: "Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC)"— Presentation transcript:
1Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) Sustainable Materials Management – A Deeper DiveWelcome to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.FLETC’s operation is based on the long held premise that taxpayers are far better served through a consolidated approach to law enforcement training. A consolidated approach provides the opportunity to deliver higher quality training through state-of-the-art facilities, a permanent core faculty of training instructors, consistency of training content and quality, and delivery of the most contemporary of law enforcement philosophies.The commingling of students from different agencies and levels of government promotes networking and fosters the inter-agency cooperation that is critical to the success of Federal law enforcement professionals.
2FLETC’s Vision and Mission VISION: We must provide fast, flexible, and focused training to secure and protect America.MISSION: We train those who protect our Homeland.Vision and Mission Statements have recently been updated to reflect FLETC’s expanded role in homeland securityFLETC’ vision –FastFlexibleFocusedFLETC’s mission –We train those who protect our HomelandFLETC’s values –RespectIntegrityServiceExcellenceFLETC Graduates MemorialGlynco, GA
3Who We TrainPartner Organizations: consolidated training for more than 90 federal law enforcement agencies:Including CBP, USBP, ICE, BOP, USMS, USSS, TSA, NCIS, IRS, AFOSI, USCP, USPP, NPS, USFS, TVA, ATFE, most OIGs, FPS, USCG…Other key customers: state, local, rural, tribal, territorial, and international law enforcement agenciesStudents trained FY 2012: 69,587Over a million officers and agents trained since 1970- This slide gives a picture of the types of customers touched by the global mission described on the previous slide.FOR
4Evolution of the FLETC– Treasury Law Enforcement Officers Training School1970 – Consolidated Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (CFLETC)Bureau of the Department of the TreasuryLocated in Beltsville, MD, and Washington, DC1975 – Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)Base Closings led to establishment of FLETC facility at former Glynco Naval Air Station near Brunswick, GA.2003 – FLETC transferred from the Department of the Treasury to the newly created Department of Homeland SecurityCongress responded to these events and studies by authorizing funds for planning and constructing the Consolidated Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (CFLETC). In 1970, the CFLETC was established as a bureau of the Department of the Treasury (Treasury Order #217) and began training operations in temporary facilities in Washington, D.C.The permanent location of the training center was originally planned for the Washington, D.C., area. However, a three-year construction delay resulted in Congress requesting that surplus Federal installations be surveyed to determine if one could serve as the permanent site. In May 1975, after an extensive review of existing facilities, the former Glynco Naval Air Station near Brunswick, Georgia, was selected. In the summer of 1975, the newly renamed Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) relocated from Washington, D.C., and began training in September of that year at Glynco. Glynco is the headquarters site and main campus for the FLETC, which has grown over the years to include facilities in Artesia, NM, Charleston, SC, and Cheltenham, MD, and Gaborone, Botswana.
6>51% of overall training – CITP, UPTP, LMPTP FLETC Domestic SitesCharleston, South Carolina: USCG, NCIS, CBP, ICE, US Courts…Artesia, New Mexico: USBP, CBP, TSA, BIA…Glynco, Georgia>51% of overall training – CITP, UPTP, LMPTPGlynco, GA, is the headquarters, largest in terms of workload22 Partner Organization academies co-located on-site.The Criminal Investigator Training Program (CITP), the Uniform Police Training Program (UPTP), and the Land Management Training Program (LMTP) are primarily conducted at Glynco in addition to several other agency integrated basic training programs.The FLETC Office of State, Local, Rural and Tribal Training are also located at Glynco.Charleston, SC, is FLETC’s newest residential training site.Both the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Courts’ Probation and Pre-Trial Services co-locate academies in Charleston.In addition, maritime security training and many advanced training programs are presented at Charleston.Artesia, NM, is the second largest site in terms of workload, largest in area.Three Partner Organizations have academies co-located at Artesia:U.S. Border PatrolBureau of Indian AffairsTransportation Security AdministrationCheltenham, MD, provides firearms, Driver & Tactics requalifications, advanced & specialized training for law enforcement officers and agents in the Washington, DC, metro area.The U.S. Capitol Police and Pentagon Force Protection Agency Academies is located at FLETC Cheltenham.Cheltenham, Maryland: MPDC, USMS, PFPA, DIA…
7FLETC’s International Presence International Law Enforcement AcademiesAcademic, Operational, and Program SupportBilateralTrainingGaboroneBangkok> 29 countries> 13 countriesBudapestSan SalvadorProvide an overview of FLETC’s work internationally.- The FLETC has oversight and program management responsibilities at the International Law Enforcement Academies (ILEA) in Gaborone, Botswana, and Bangkok, Thailand.- The FLETC also supports training at other ILEAs in Hungary and El Salvador.
8FLETC HQ: Glynco, GA: 64% of FLETC training workload Criminal Investigator Uniformed Police & Land Management Police Training Programs
9A Day at FLETC Glynco Nearly 1,600 acres Over 3,000 students attend class each day76,500 rounds of ammunition fired per day (>12 million rounds per year) on 15 ranges with more than 400 firing points
10A Day at FLETC Glynco137 classrooms, 104 breakout rooms, 16 interview rooms, 7 mock trial courtrooms, 38 computer labs, 2 language labs, 1 auditorium, and 1 TV studio with satellite uplink capabilityOver 775 motor vehicles and 30 maritime training vesselsOver 350 acres of driving ranges, including a Combined Skills Range, 3 emergency response ranges, 6 non-emergency response ranges, 4 skid pans, a 4-wheel drive off-road range, and a vehicle maintenance garage
11A Day at FLETC Glynco1 mock port of entry and 1 Intermodal training site34 physical techniques training rooms, 1 gas and crowd control range, and 1 aquatic training facility2 jails, 1 photography lab, 1 technical investigative equipment lab, new forensics lab, and 5 fingerprint labs
12A Day at FLETC GlyncoOver 2,100 dormitory rooms, supplemented by ≈ 1,250 motel rooms under contract4,700 student meals served, 1,300 student uniform items issued, 4,140 articles of PT clothing issued, 4,250 pounds of laundry washed, inventory of over 26,000 training equipment articles maintained, 3,200 radio calls managed and monitored, and 150 student examinations processed
13Sustainability Awards White House Council on Environmental Quality GreenGov Presidential Award - Fleet Management.DHS Sustainability Hero Award.2011 – DHS Sustainability Team Award (Cafeteria)2011 – DHS Lean, Clean and Green Award (Fleet Fuel).2008, 2009 & 2010 – EPA Federal Electronics Challenge Awards – Silver; Gold.DHS Green Purchasing Award.2004 – White House Closing the Circle Award – Green Ammunition.
14Current Sustainability Efforts EO (2009)Fleet Fuel – Decreased total fuel use by 31.6% from FY05.Fleet Fuel – Increased alternative fuel use by 107% from FY05.Green Buildings – 9 buildings designed and constructed to meet Green Building principles since 2010.Water Consumption – 22.8% use reduction from 2007.Energy Consumption – 8.9% use reduction from 2003.
15Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? First The Basics – Paper, Plastic, Aluminum, CardboardCardboard – 39,420 lbsPaper/Plastic/Cans – 26,720 lbs
16Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Brass – 197,498 lbs.($261,182)
17Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Lead Bullet Waste– 39,165 lbs.
18Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Non-Toxic TrainingAmmunition–76,826 lbs.
19Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Non-Lethal TrainingAmmunition – 5,721 lbs.
20Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Misfires and Expired Ammunition – 35,424 lbs.
21Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Auto Batteries – 1 for 1 swap99 batteries swappedApprox. 400 lbs.
22Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Waste Lamps (bulbs) – 1,094 lbs.Non-PCB Ballast – 3,607 lbs.
23Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Small batteries – 6,703 lbs.
24Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Used Oil – 1,125 gallons(9,562 lbs.)lbs./gal)
25Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers What do We Recycle? Used Tires – 20 tons (40,000 lbs.)
26Federal Law Enforcement Training Center What do We Recycle? Classified Papers/Documents128,881 lbs
27Federal Law Enforcement Training Center What do We Recycle? Used cooking oil500 – 600 gals per month6,000 – 7,200 gals per year(45,000 – 54,000 lbs)
28Federal Law Enforcement Training Center What do We Recycle? ComputersDesktops – 708CRT Monitors – 11LCD Monitors – 471Laptops – 306Printers – 95Cell Phones\PDAs –131Total Weight – 7,759 lbs.
29Federal Law Enforcement Training Center What do We Recycle? Miscellaneous ItemsClothingFurnitureShower ShoesAmmunition InsertsToner CartridgesPine Straw
30Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Approximate Totals Cardboard ,420 lbs Auto Batteries lbsPaper/Plastic ,720 lbs Lamps/Ballast 4,701 lbsBrass ,498 lbs Small Batteries 6,703 lbsLead ,165 lbs Used Oil ,562 lbsNon-Toxic ,826 lbs Tires ,000 lbsNLTA ,721 lbs FOUO Papers 128,881 lbsCooking Oil ,000 lbs Computers ,759 lbsMisfires ,424 lbsGrand Total – 667,780 lbs