Prior Year Law Enforcement Distribution Reports

As mandated by Public Act 302 of 1982, as amended, the purpose of the law enforcement distribution (LED) program is to annually distribute justice training funds to eligible agencies for in-service criminal justice training of their MCOLES-licensed law enforcement officers.

For the purpose of distributions, an agency's full-time equivalent (FTE) count is determined by the sum of hours worked by all MCOLES-licensed officers as reported by the agency in the prior year's Annual Registration, divided by 2080 and rounded down to the next closest whole number.


2018

The Fall 2018 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 11, 2018. Every eligible agency with an FTE count of three or more received the per-capita payment of $92.94 for each FTE. For those agencies with an FTE count fewer than four, the minimum payment of $250.00 was issued.

The Spring 2018 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on May 30, 2018. Every eligible agency with an FTE count of four or more received the per-capita payment of $83.27 for each FTE. For those agencies with an FTE count fewer than four, the minimum payment of $250.00 was issued.


2017

The Fall 2017 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on Octoer 20, 2017. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $95.81 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2017 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on June 9, 2017. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $84.55 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2016

The Fall 2016 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 11, 2016. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $102.25 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2016 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on May 10, 2016. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $100.63 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2015

The Fall 2015 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 13, 2015. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $102.98 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2015 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on June 2, 2015.  Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $96.49 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2014

The Fall 2014 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 10, 2014.  Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $98.74 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2014 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on June 9, 2014.  Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $92.94 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2013

The Fall 2013 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 16, 2013.  Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $98.53 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2013 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on June 13, 2013.  Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $88.23 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2012

The Fall 2012 Law Enforcement Distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 12, 2012.  Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $93.67 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2012 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on June 13, 2012. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $94.70 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2011

The Fall 2011 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 14, 2011. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $94.64 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2011 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on June 7, 2011. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $93.79 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.
 

2010 

The Fall 2010 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 13, 2010. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $100.20 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2010 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on June 17, 2010. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $98.80 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2009 

The Fall 2009 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on October 16, 2009. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $104.55 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2009 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on Friday, May 29, 2009. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $99.99 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2008 

The Fall 2008 law enforcement distribution (LED) was released by MCOLES on Friday, October 17, 2008. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $112.08 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2008 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Friday, June 6, 2008. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $111.99 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2007 

The Fall 2007 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Tuesday, October 16, 2007. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $121.32 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2007 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Thursday, June 7, 2007. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $108.34 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2006 

The Fall 2006 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Thursday, October 12, 2006. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $122.59 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued. 

The Spring 2006 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Thursday, June 1, 2006. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $115.10 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2005 

The Fall 2005 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Friday, October 14, 2005. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $119.16 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2004 

The Fall 2004 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on October 14, 2004. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $116.98 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2004 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Monday, June 21, 2004. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $108.72 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.


2003 

The Fall 2003 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Friday, November 20, 2003. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $112.46 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.

The Spring 2003 law enforcement distribution was released by MCOLES on Friday, June 13, 2003. Every eligible agency employing three or more officers will receive the per-capita payment of $104.60 for each eligible, full-time equated MCOLES licensed officer. For those agencies employing fewer than three officers, the minimum payment of $250 has been issued.