DOCJT Releases 2018 Comprehensive Survey
With new data regarding school resource officers, diminishable skills, investigations and many other critical law enforcement issues, the Department of Criminal Justice Training has released its 2018 Comprehensive Survey findings.
The 97-page report summarizes responses from 242 Kentucky law enforcement agencies, with extensive details relating to salaries and other personnel topics, equipment and training. More than 6,800 law enforcement officers are represented in this report.
DOCJT is mandated by state law to continue study of law enforcement training standards, and conducts the Comprehensive Survey every three years. The 2018 survey is the largest to date.
The Kentucky Law Enforcement magazine is digging into the details of this report for its January 2019 issue. The magazine will highlight responses to the new data from law enforcement executives and look closely at how the data might affect Kentucky agencies in the future.
Use the button below to download a PDF of the report. Check in early January for KLE magazine’s examination of the survey results.