The Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (LECC) was established on July 21, 1981 in all 94 U.S. Attorney's Offices by order of the U.S. Attorney General. LECC functions as a liaison between local, state, and federal law enforcement who are committed to the ideal of cooperation and coordination.
The mission of the LECC is to develop coordination, communication, and cooperation between local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies throughout the Middle District of Louisiana by providing education, resources, and training and technical assistance. Some of the services provided by the office to law enforcement agencies are Louisiana POST-certified training classes, access to Department of Justice grant information, and alerts and bulletins.
The LECC co-sponsors no-cost training programs and seminars with state and local agencies addressing subjects relevant to all levels of law enforcement. Training topics are wide-ranging and reflect current challenges and trends including but not limited to Hate Crimes, Officer Safety, Case Development, Drugs, and Anti-Gang Strategies.
The LECC also assists in addressing current and emerging regional and national crime trends and threats and provides leadership, guidance, and resources to support established training objectives for the district’s law enforcement community.
Holly Sheets is the Law Enforcement Coordinator for the Middle District of Louisiana. For information or assistance concerning federal anti-crime programs or other law enforcement issues, Mrs. Sheets can be reached by phone at 225-336-8887, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.