Media and Public Information
The WSCJTC is committed to sharing our training processes and accomplishments with the people of Washington. We welcome news and media outlets to contact us with inquiries and will make every effort to respond promptly.
Please direct media inquiries to:
Megan Saunders, Communications Manager
Human Resources Inquiries
If you have new inquiries for HR, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below you will find links to commonly requested information. These may be a useful starting place for any inquiries.
Formerly known as I-940, the Law Enforcement Training and Community Safety Act (LETCSA) establishes new training requirements and criteria for independent investigations of officer involved uses of deadly force.
Commission board and meeting information
The WSCJTC commission board consists of the Executive Director and 21 governor appointed commissioners. Meetings are held quarterly and welcome public comments.
Basic Law Enforcement Academy curriculum details
The Basic Law Enforcement Academy (BLEA) is the 720 hour mandated academy for entry level city and county level police officers. The current syllabus outlines the topics covered in the 720 training hours.
Public Records Requests
In compliance with RCW 42.56 (Public Records Act), all records maintained by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) are available for public inspection unless law specifically exempts them.
Chief for a Day
Chief For a Day is about celebrating the lives of children who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening or chronic medical condition. The hope is to provide these children with a day of fun they will never forget and to become a part of their precious lives.
Request for Proposal
Recent News Mentions
In Session: Lawmakers consider wealth tax proposal, increased hazing fine (January 23, 2023)
Mayor Harrell appoints panel to address sexual assault, police reform (November 18, 2022)
Cities put support behind regional police academy (October 17, 2022)
SPD Provides Duty to Intervene Training (June 15, 2022)
New WA police accountability law can now include past misconduct (March 31, 2022)
House Passes Bills To Clarify Police Reform Laws (January 31, 2022)
Fatal police encounters in Washington fall to 5-year low (December 13, 2021)
Washington police divided on banning less-lethal ammunition under new law (September 7, 2021)