The Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (TLETS) is a statewide telecommunications network that is composed of city, county, state, federal and military law enforcement and criminal justice agencies in Texas. The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has been charged with the responsibility for operation of the computerized electronic message switching system located at the DPS Headquarters in Austin, Texas. All agencies subscribing to the Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunications System are reminded that the system is designed exclusively for use by criminal justice agencies in conducting their lawfully authorized duties within their respective jurisdictions and between agencies as required.
Participating agencies are provided access to a highly technical, complex and sophisticated system consisting of driver license, vehicle registration, the Texas and National Crime Information and other databases. With this access, each member agency is responsible for the content and accuracy of any records and messages they originate, and also, for the interpretation of database transactions received by their terminal. Member agencies shall be responsible for assuring the adequacy of training of all persons authorized to operate the terminal and make every reasonable effort to acquaint their personnel with the rules, regulations, capabilities and services offered by the TLETS.
This course covers navigation of the TCIC/TLETS Training Policy databases that are connected to the TLETS message broker and instructions regarding proper procedures
for broadcasting in state and nationwide. Course TLETS and TLETS Cert LE will be added to the operator’s OMNIXX record. TLETS Cert LE will remain active for a period of two years, at which time, the operator will be required to recertify online or re-attend classroom training, whichever the agency deems necessary and appropriate.
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