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Justice Training Fund

Michigan Justice Training Fund

In October of 1982, two laws were enacted that initiated a statewide criminal justice in-service training effort in Michigan.

Public Act 301 of 1982, created the Michigan Justice Training Fund. This revenue is generated through fine assessments which are levied and collected by the courts and submitted to the Michigan Department of Treasury for deposit in the Justice System Fund. A percentage of Justice System Fund revenue is then transferred to the Michigan Justice Training Fund on a monthly basis. Both the Justice System Fund and the Justice Training Fund are interest-bearing accounts. Interest is posted to each account quarterly.

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Annual Registration

Annual Registration Overview

The MCOLES Annual Registration is a unified process that handles statutorily mandated MCOLES reporting requirements for law enforcement agencies, as well as the voluntary registration for the Law Enforcement Distribution (LED).
Mandatory Annual Registration Overview

2021 Annual Registration

The 2021 mandatory MCOLES Annual Registration for all Michigan law enforcement agencies (LEA) will  begin on January 3, 2021 and close on March 4, 2021.
2021 MCOLES Annual Registration