The Maine Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (MLEAP) is a voluntary process where police agencies in Maine prove their compliance with Maine Law Enforcement’s current Best Practices or Standards. These standards were carefully developed by Maine Law Enforcement professionals to assist agencies in the efficient and effective delivery of service and the protection of individual’s rights.
The Maine Chiefs of Police Association (MCOPA) developed the Accreditation Program to assist Maine agencies in meeting their professional obligations to the citizens of Maine. An appointed Committee of CLEOs or other executive level sworn members who hold Active Membership in the MCOPA as well as other critical partners identified by the MCOPA Board of Directors from across the state developed the Accreditation Program and identified the Standards for Maine Law Enforcement. This committee now conducts reviews of an agency’s efforts and awards “Accredited” status.
The Maine Chiefs of Police Association has partnered with Dirigo Safety LLC. to manage the MLEAP Program. Agencies that are interested in obtaining or starting the accreditation process should contact Executive Vice President Shawn O’Leary 207-751-2639 or email@example.com
MLEAP Accredited Agencies:
- Auburn Police Department
- Biddeford Police Department
- Old Town Police Department
- Orono Police Department
- Falmouth Police Department
- Augusta Police Department
- Berwick Police Department
- South Portland Police Department