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What is FLETA?

The Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy at Temple University

The National Park Service Seasonal Law Enforcement Training Program at Temple University is an accredited program recognized for its adherence to the body of standards established by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation (FLETA) Board. 

PRLEA: Program Cost

The Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy at Temple University

Temple’s Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy (PRLEA) is a full-time, 19-week program consisting of more than 700 hours of professional instruction designed to prepare and enable students to obtain employment with the National Park Service as a seasonal law enforcement ranger.

Pricing information is as follows:

PRLEA Application Fee: $50
Student Tuition: $7,750
Uniform/Equipment Fee: $700

PRLEA : Program Information

The Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy at Temple University

Temple’s Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy  (PRLEA) is a full-time, 19-week program consisting of more than 700 hours of professional instruction designed to prepare and enable students to obtain employment with the National Park Service as a seasonal law enforcement ranger. The curriculum places particular emphasis on visitor and resource protection, federal law and procedure, authority and jurisdiction, natural and cultural resource management, officer safety and survival skills, and physical conditioning.

Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy

The Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy at Temple University

Temple’s PRLEA, formerly the Seasonal Law Enforcement Training Program or SLETP,  is a full-time, 19-week program consisting of more than 700 hours of professional instruction designed to prepare and enable students to obtain employment with the National Park Service as a seasonal law enforcement ranger.

The curriculum places particular emphasis on visitor and resource protection, federal law and procedure, authority and jurisdiction, natural and cultural resource management, officer safety and survival skills, and physical conditioning.

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