In the Eastern District of Kentucky, The Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) MISSION STATEMENT is to improve cooperation and coordination among law enforcement groups thereby enhancing the effectiveness of the criminal justice system; to provide training opportunities for law enforcement that enables them to increase and maintain a professional edge in the performance of their duties for the battle against criminal activity; and to foster the spirit of law enforcement brotherhood so that law enforcement personnel at all levels accept each other as the professionals they are and should be.
In addition to training, LECC works to enhance coordination and cooperation among all law enforcement agencies. The Law Enforcement Coordinator is involved in a variety of programs and initiatives. These include Appalachia HIDTA, Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council (ATAC), Project Safe Childhood (PSC); Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN); Reentry; community outreach, and other drug and crime prevention programs.
William Allen Love serves as the Law Enforcement Coordinator for the Eastern District of Kentucky. Prior to coming to the U.S. Attorney's Office in May 2007, Love retired from the Versailles Kentucky Police Department where he served as Chief of Police for 12 years. Most recently, Love worked at the Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy.
Love's extensive law enforcement background also includes working for the Richmond Kentucky Police Department where he attained the rank of Assistant Police Chief. Love is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Eastern Kentucky University and a certified police instructor for the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council. He was named Police Chief of the Year in 1999 and received the Governor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Kentucky law Enforcement in 2002.
United States Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Kentucky, Email Alert Registration
The United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Kentucky provides regular communication to its law enforcement partners. Many times this correspondence delivers timely notifications of upcoming training events, grant opportunities, or Department of Justice initiatives.
The United States Attorney’s Office conducts meetings on a wide range of law enforcement activities as means to keep our law enforcement partners up to date on recent happenings and upcoming events. These meetings include the Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council (ATAC), Information sharing meetings held throughout the district, and special law enforcement initiatives promoted by the Department of Justice and our office.
We are asking all of our law enforcement partners to register at least one agency contact. It is recommended that each agency register the agency head, any command level officers as well as any training coordinators within the agency. This will allow registrants to receive timely correspondence via email from the United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Kentucky.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to register your agency. Our office looks forward to working closely with all of our law enforcement partners.
For information or assistance concerning your registration, federal anti-crime programs or other law enforcement issues, feel free to contact LEC Love at:
Wm. Allen Love
Law Enforcement Coordinator
United States Attorney's Office
Eastern District of Kentucky Phone 859-685-4805
Training Events, Meetings and Conferences
You are invited to a SLATT workshop hosted by US Attorneys’ Offices Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky, Kentucky Intelligence Fusion Center, FBI, KY Association of Chiefs of Police, KY DOCJT, and ROCIC. This specialized international terrorism workshop explores the current international terrorist threat presented by foreign-inspired terrorist activity, provides investigative strategies for effectively identifying pre-incident behaviors and activities, and details how local communities and law enforcement agencies are impacted. The workshop also identifies and vets indicators of individuals who are possibly utilizing social media platforms to advocate or mobilize for violence and offers best practices on how to analyze social media information to develop actionable intelligence while adhering to legal, civil rights, and privacy-related issues.
The workshop will be held on March 16, 2017, in Frankfort, KY. To attend the training, Click Here to view Training Information and to register.