The American Academy for
Professional Law Enforcement
The American Academy for Professional Law Enforcement was formed in 1974 by the merger of the Academy of Police Sciences, founded in New York in 1958, and the Law Enforcement Association on Professional Standards, Education and Ethical Practice, founded in St. Louis in 1970.
AAPLE is composed of over 1,000 members from City, State and Federal law enforcement agencies, private corporations, security firms, and numerous academic institutions of higher learning.
The organization continues its efforts in fostering professionalism, and provides a forum for discussing and publicizing law enforcement problems affecting society today. This is accomplished through monthly meetings, guest lectures, professional networking, professional opportunities and developing public support for improvements in the criminal justice professions.
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2019 AAPLE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Nov 20, 2019
AAPLE's 2019 RECAP AND NOVEMBER SEMINAR
Feb 04, 2020
February Breakfast Meeting at India House
AAPLE, P.O. BOX 917, Peck Slip Station , New York, N.Y. 10272, Phone: (888)893-4332
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