Executive Order on Safe Policing for Safe Communities

On June 16, 2020, President Donald J. Trump signed the “Executive Order on Safe Policing for Safe Communities.” The below collection of resources have been made available to law enforcement agencies, officers and professionals in order to act in accordance with the stipulations outlined in Executive Order No. 13929. This page will be regularly updated with more resources as they become available.

 

Compliance with the safe policing certification requirement does not ensure compliance with federal, state, or local law, and such certification shall not constitute a defense in any federal lawsuit. Nothing in the safe policing certification process or safe policing certification requirement is intended to be (or may be) used by third parties to create liability by or against the United States or any of its officials, officers, agents, or employees under any federal law. Neither the safe policing certification process nor the safe policing certification requirement is intended to (or does) confer any right on any third-person or entity seeking relief against the United States or any officer or employee thereof. No person or entity is intended to be (or is) a third-party beneficiary of the safe policing certification process, or, with respect to the safe policing certification requirement, such a beneficiary for purposes of any civil, criminal, or administrative action.
 

List of Credentialing Bodies by State

*If a state has two independent credentialing bodies, the primary certifying agency is noted with an asterisk.

Connecticut

Connecticut Police Academy, Police Officer Standards and Training Council*

Connecticut POST Council

Hawaii

Not applicable