NOTE: Trainer resources are those that are available at no cost.  If you have resources you would like to share with other ILEETA members, email  Thanks for the contributions of ILEETA members Ted Striegnitz, Rcih Maxwell, Jerry Monier and Roy Bethge.

Multimedia resources

Louisiana State University – National Center for Biomedical Research and Training offers a 18-minute training video and a job aid –COVID-19 Roll Call Training Request Form. The training provides information on how officers can keep themselves safe before, during, and after contact with others in the course of their job. It also addresses steps officers can take at the end of a shift to go home safely. The package consists of an 18-minute training video and a job aid. For more information, go by ILEETA Conference Instructors Jerry Monier and Roy Bethge

Video by Nashville Metro Police and Dr. Corey Slovis, M.D., Chairman of Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center addresses risks and precautions for LE

NETEC: Personal Protective Equipment for 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID19 Briefing 1 By: Jack Ryan – Legal & Liability Risk Management Institute (  

J. Harris Roll Call Training Segment: Self-Quarantine

Ensuring Continuity of Police Operations During COVID-19 a webinar by FBINAA and NICE available on demand

Roll Call Training Video: Coronavirus: What Police Officers Need to Know by ILEETA Member and 2018 ILEETA Conference Instructor Ted Striegnitz – Training and Educational Development LLC

The National Police Foundation, along with other national organizations, hosted a webinar with the CDC addressing Law Enforcement’s Response to COVID-19 on March 19th.  You can view a recording of the webinar on the Foundation’s COVID-19 Resources page

Other Reference Materials

DHS COVID-19 Exposure and Risk Mitigation Best Practices for Law Enforcement

HHS Department of Civil Rights – Public health authorities may share information about residences where a COVID 19 patient may be in home quarantine to protect first responders

Methods for decontamination/re-use of N95 masks and

IACP COVID 19 Info page and searchable database

National Sheriffs Association COVID 19 Resource page

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) information on PPE’s

EMS Systems and 911 Public Safety Answering Points CDC

Police Executive Research Forum COVID 19 Resources including model procedures

IACP COVID19 Fact Sheet 

Police Forum – Police Planning for an Influenza Pandemic: Case Studies and Recommendations from the Field  

FBI National Academy Associates, Inc: has set up a COVID-19 resource website for law enforcement

NHTSA has a website dedicated to Police and EMS dealing with COVID-19

The National Institutes of Health(NIH): has launched a website with important educational resources for Coronavirus workers dealing with the spread of COVID-19.

EPA – Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2

The Center for Disease Control (CDC): has set up a website to help Law Enforcement, click the links below for more information: 

FEMA is offering grants to reimburse agencies for extraordinary expenses associated with their response to the COVID-19 Emergency:

The CISA division of Department of Homeland Security has issued a Listing of Critical Workers as a reference for Law enforcement:  Memorandum on Identificaton of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers during COVID-19 Response

Behavioral Health and COVID-19 Minnesota Department of Health

Pandemic Continuity of Operations Plan City of Grand Rapids, MN

TargetSolutions is pleased to offer free EMS training for law enforcement, click here for more details.

Lexipol & PoliceOne are offering free online COVID-19 training for Law Enforcement:

Coronavirus Learning & Policy Center

Policing in a panic: COVID-19 response lessons agencies should immediately implement by Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D.

Is your agency ready for a pandemic? By Gordon Graham at

Coronavirus and the Importance of Infection Control Plans for Public Safety Agencies

Coronavirus considerations for law enforcement

Social Distancing to Control COVID-19 Spread: Actions Items for Public Safety

Today’s Tip featuring Gordon Graham: Pandemic Ready

The California School of Forensic Studies at Alliant International University’s Dean, Dr. Diana Concannon, spearheaded the creation of the Alliant Virtual Cafe series,  leveraging her decades of experience in training first responders and frontline workers in crisis management. “The magnitude of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic renders it vitally important that we stay connected, stay supportive, stay informed, and seek and provide what we can to positively impact our communities.  Our investment in ourselves and in each other now will reverberate in our recovery and resilience in the months and years ahead.”  The brief webinars on a variety of topics, COVID-19 resource material, and “ask the experts” opportunity page are available to ILEETA members and their families at