Welcome to LEMIT. We are dedicated to providing the law enforcement profession with world-class education, personal and professional development, and analysis and research, to inspire excellence in management and leadership.
LEMIT is offering a one-day program aimed at reducing deaths in the line of duty among officers. . . . more
Read the latest report on how to handle investigations of unsubmitted sexual assault kits from Dr. Bill Wells and colleagues. . . . more
James Senegal wants to elevate the profession of law enforcement through a variety of unique program offerings at LEMIT. . . . more
Dr. Larry Hoover and colleagues recently published a study examining key factors in hot spot policing at the Houston Police Department. . . . more
LEMIT is developing online training courses in environmental enforcement for state, local and tribal agencies across the country.. . . more
is a nationally recognized Institute offering premiere professional development opportunities in policing. Since 1989, LEMIT has served law enforcement agencies in Texas, including Police, Sheriffs, Constables, School and College Police, Alcohol Beverage Control Agents, District Attorneys and Attorney General Offices; and Emergency Management Coordinators. Learn how LEMIT can serve your agency.
LEMIT is honored to host a discussion about “Broken Windows” by Dr. George Kelling on February 16, 2016. For more information please click here.
In April, 2013, Sam Houston State University received a substantial grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to develop on-line training courses for members of the environmental enforcement community working at state, local and tribal agencies. The three year project will deliver web-based training from their page on the LEMIT website. For more information please click here.
Turning vulnerability into strength through learning, utilizing and offering peer support. For more information please click here.
It is with tremendous honor that LEMIT announces the adoption of the Model Policy and Procedures for which it was charged to develop and disseminate to all law enforcement agencies in the State of Texas.