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PFPA 11 Feb 2022.

  DoD POST Director, Ms. Shelley Verdejo, proudly presents the DoD POST Course Accreditation document to the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, Law Enforcement Training Division.


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USAMPS 28 Feb 2022.


  On behalf of the DoD POST Director, Ms. Shelley Verdejo, Mr. Scott Cheek, OAC Director, proudly presents the DoD POST Course Accreditation certificates to Brigadier General Knell for the Basic Officer Leader Course, United States Army Civilian Police Academy, One Station Unit Training, and Military Working Dog Phase-I Courses.





Currently, Major Steve Taylor of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, a DoD POST Accredited organization, is conducting a study on the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Academies (CALEA) for purposes of determining the appropriateness of allowing graduates of CALEA-accredited courses to be granted constructive credit for DoD POST accreditation.



Major Taylor is also analyzing the DoD POST 40-hour in-service training mandate per DoDI 5525.15, in the context of making recommendations to the Commission for mandatory subjects of concentrated studies. 

Major Taylor may be reached at





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What’s new in DOD Law Enforcement

    Our four military services and five civilian agencies are working hard to implement the POST and the certification and commissioning examinations along with the other supporting programs associated with the program.  This program is very large in scope, while at the same time leaving each service and agency  responsible for their own operations. 



DODPOST provides the Standards 

    The DODPOST and its OAC provide the skeletal backbone to training and education standards.  These standards are enforced with a post academy examination that ensures all personnel involved in these critical duties are up to standard.  DODPOST provides terminal learning objectives amd allows services and agencies to develop their own enabling learning objectives.

National Decertification Index

Any DOD LEOs that are found to be undeserving of the title based on legal and/or senior leader punitive actions are entered on to the NDI in support of our civilian partners.  In this we hope to assist all city, county, state and federal LE agencies in not spending critical resources on personnel already found to be unfit for LE.