Record Group: 16 C
Record Sub-Group: 12
Records Title: UMC; College of Public and Community Services; Institute of Public Safety Education; Administrative Records
Volume: 5 cubic feet, 6.25 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This Record Sub-Group contains administrative records of the Institute of Public Safety Education, later known as the Law Enforcement Training Institute, within the College of Public and Community Services. The records include correspondence and memoranda created or received by the Institute's administrators, task force, committee, and special project materials, trainee files, manuals, and publications.
Historical Note: The Law Enforcement Training program was formed in 1948 as part of the Office of Safety and Security at the University of Missouri. The first director of the program was Bernard Brannon, with the teaching component under the auspices of the University Extension Division. In 1968, when Brannon left the directorship of the program for the second time, the law enforcement training component split off from the Office of Safety and Security to become the Law Enforcement Extension Program, drawing much of its funding from Law Enforcement Assistance Administration grants. In 1974 the Law Enforcement Extension Program became part of the College of Public and Community Services, forming the Institute of Public Safety Education that included the Fire Training Program. In 1982 the Fire Training Program became a separate institute, and in the following year the Institute of Public Safety Education changed its name to the Law Enforcement Training Institute. When the College of Public and Community Services was eliminated in 1988, the Law Enforcement Training Institute was place under the administrative control of University Extension.Note to Researchers: See Record Group 16 C, Sub-Group 11 for other Institute of Public Safety Education and Law Enforcement Training Institute records.
Series 1. - C:16/10/2
Series 2. - C:16/10/3 (A05-14)
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