Resources

Scholarship Application

In 1996 the Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police created annual scholarships to be given to high school seniors pursuing an undergraduate degree that are sons, daughters, legal ward or an adopted child of active members of the MACP. In 2009 the Executive Board voted to make the three regional Vice Presidents the standing scholarship committee. Three scholarship awards of $500.00 each will be available each year and will be awarded based on the regions of the state from which the applicants reside. One (1) award will be made for the Northern, Central and Southern regions. Multiple awards from the same region will not be awarded nor will scholarships be awarded to any individual who is not a senior in high school going into their first year of college. Awards will not be made to past recipients.

Citizenship, leadership, and scholarship are the factors used determining these awards.

The minimum acceptable credentials include: high school class ranking and evidence of strong school and community leadership.

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MACP Member Application

ACTIVE MEMBERSHIPS: Shall consist only of those persons who are Chiefs of Police, City Marshall, Chief of the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol, and head of any regular organized police force in any municipality in the state of Mississippi. Retired members of the Mississippi Association of Chiefs or Police after having been past president of the association, or a retired Chief still active in law enforcement.

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Shall be any person recommended by and active member for such membership, approved by the executive committee.

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Model Alarm Policy Documents Zip

Model alarm policy documents and sample ordinance information to aid in the implementation of a false alarm policy.

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International Association of Chiefs of Police

IACP is dedicated to advancing the law enforcement profession through advocacy, outreach, education and programs.

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Mississippi Department of Public Safety

Helpful links and resources

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Board on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Training (BLEOST)

During the 1981 regular legislative session the Mississippi Legislature enacted a bill to establish standards for the employment, training and education of law enforcement officers. Governor William Winter signed the “Law Enforcement Officers Training Program (LEOTP) Act” in April of 1981, and the law became effective 1 July 1981.

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BLEOST Policy and Certification Manual

Peace officer standards and training manual.

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MS Department of Public Safety Standards and Training Forms

PDF resources, standards, and training forms from MS Department of Public Safety

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Board Approved Firearms Certification Programs

Board Approved Active Duty Firearms Qualification Course

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Board on Emergency Telecommunications Standards

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Board on Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission

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Board on Jail Officers Standards and Training

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Death Benefits Trust

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Mississippi Sheriffs’ Association

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Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Association

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University of Mississippi Law Research Institute

University of Mississippi Law Research Institute (for ordering law enforcement officer handbooks and Model Affidavit Books)

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Federal Law Enforcement Jobs

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2018 Bills that passed

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