Additional Resources

A listing of Web-based resources available through the University at Albany may be found at the "Directory" link above.

Click on a category below to open the list of links within that category.

The University Police Department makes no guarentee as to content and we cannot and do not endorse any product, service or information that may be found in these sites.

Training Resources Links

The International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors® is a membership organization which was organized in 1981 by a group of concerned firearms instructors. They recognized the need for a way to update and modernize the instruction and teaching techniques being used to train the majority of law enforcement officers.
Identity Theft Protection Guide
Site run by a commercial credit card company with information on Identity Theft detection, prevention and reporting; as well as information on how to repair and restore your identity if it has been compromised. Links to numerous governmental and non-governmental sites are included.
National Resource for Identity Theft
The Federal Trade Commission's page for Law Enforcement officers investigating Identity Theft cases. There is some very good information on these pages to protect every one - LEOs included!
NRA Law Enforcement Activities
"The NRA's Law Enforcement Activities Division is continuing to develop and expand its law enforcement training base to serve the widest audience possible with the most current, up-to-date training available."
Otsego County Law Enforcement Academy
This Zone Training academy in central New York hosts many in service training opportunities.
Police Marksman Magazine
Originally started as a "how-to" manual for police competitive shooters, The Police Marksman magazine has evolved into the country's most highly-rated law enforcement publication. For over 29 years, our staff has been meeting the needs of peace officers around the world.
S. T. Action Pro Inc.
Dummy rounds for Firearms training. These dummy rounds are some of the most durable on the market.
The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology & the Law
NCSTL continues to develop other resources for the legal and scientific communities to provide timely, accurate and useful information to promote justice. Current projects being developed include: distance education programs, extended partnerships with law schools, professional associations, law enforcement agencies, and federal and state agencies.