The North Dakota Law Enforcement Training Academy (LETA) provides training to currently licensed law enforcement officers and newly hired officers from various law enforcement entities in North Dakota; classes are not available to the general public. The LETA is located on the Bismarck State College campus and houses a multi-purpose room, twenty-four dormitory rooms, three classrooms, a conference room, and four administrative offices.

TRAINING DIRECTOR: Lt. Adrian Martinez



LETA Onsite Training

None scheduled at this time.

Phone: (701) 328-9966      Fax: (701) 328-9988

Mailing Address: 600 E Blvd Ave - Dept. 504, Bismarck ND, 58505-0240

Building Address: 1320 Schafer Street, Bismarck ND, 58501

Statewide Training 

If you are hosting a training course that offers ND POST credit and want it posted on this website, please complete the Training Opportunities form (pdf) and fax, email, or mail as detailed on the form. 


Annual Vehicle Inspection and Pre/Post Trip Inspections Webinar

8 AM- Noon

March 26   

Hazardous Materials Compliance

8 AM- Noon

April 9

Desert SnowMay 8-10, 2024Watford City


Online POST Board Approved Training 

Car Seat Basics for Law Enforcement (2 hrs)

ND POST Board course number: NDDH 2302

Course Link: 

Course Expiration: 10/31/2027

Login and create an account, select course catalog and select general education, find Car Seat Basics for Law Enforcement and add it to cart, proceed to checkout and place your order. After completing the training, go to My Certificates and download your certificate of completion and submit it to the POST Board ( ) within 30 days. Enter the course number (NDDH2302) in the subject line of your email in order for the POST Board to more easily process your request.

For questions about the Car Seat Basics for Law Enforcement contact Dawn Mayer, Child Passenger Safety Program Director, NDHHS,, 701-328-4533.  For questions for POST contact Pat at

Poison Prevention Training (2 hrs)

ND POST Board course number: NDDH2101

Course Link:

Course Expiration: 4/19/2025

To receive credit for this training you MUST contact Elizabeth Oestreich. You will need to provide your ND POST board number and a copy of the certificate of completion. Any questions about the course should be directed to Elizabeth Oestreich,  ND Dept. of Health and Human Services,, 701-328-4537

ND Opioid Antagonist Administration - click HERE for presentation