Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Program


A message from the FDLE Analyst Academy Program Director:

Class 32 of the FDLE Analyst Academy will be held from January 2020 through July 2020 at FDLE headquarters in Tallahassee, FL. Please see the schedule page for more detail.

Applications for Class 32 of the Analyst Academy will be accepted from October 19-23, 2020. Every effort will be made to communicate admissions decisions within 30 days.

Admissions requirements and processes can be found on the application page.

FDLE has not made any decisions regarding the Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Training (FLEAT) Course or the Advanced Analyst Training Seminar (AATS) for 2021, so please continue to monitor this website for the latest news and developments.

Please do not hesitate to reach out via email (analysttraining@fdle.state.fl.us) should you have any questions or concerns.

Take care and stay safe!


The Law Enforcement Analyst Training Program at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement offers training for law enforcement analysts working for state, local, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies in Florida and the southeastern United States. The program currently offers a 40-hour basic course, the Florida Law Enforcement Training (FLEAT), and the Florida Law Enforcement Analyst Academy (FLEAA), a 5-week advanced course of study referred to as the Academy. In addition, the program offers periodic training sessions for advanced and senior law enforcement analysts.

All course content and training curricula are reviewed regularly to ensure the training and education needs of student analysts and agency partners are met.

If you are interested in attending, please visit the Application page to submit your application. Applicants will be notified, if approved to attend, as soon as the selection process is completed. If an applicant is not selected they must apply for the next class to be considered. Application processes for each class open approximately 3 months prior to class start date.

Please also visit the FAQ page should you have any additional questions about the program.

Page last updated: October 13, 2020