Become a Member
Colleges and universities may join IACLEA as an institutional member. Each insitutions requires an Institutional Representative who manages the membership and roster. Up to seven personnel may receive full member benefits, and the ENTIRE agency receives member pricing on IACLEA trainings and programs.
An Insitutional Representative must:
1. be a full-time employee of the institution or secondary school and not a contract security service or private company employee;
2. occupy an executive level position; and
3. have oversight and responsibility for public safety operations at their respective institution.
Dues are calcuated based on your institution's full time enrollment. If you aren't sure of your institution's membership type, click here to search the database for instution type and full time enrollment.
Four Year Institutions
Two Year Institutions
An organization who, by reason of profession, business or civic interest, shares in the concerns and objectives of the Association and desires to demonstrate such support shall be eligible for Supporting Membership. This type of membership includes four (4) members and is available to employees of companies offering security, campus public safety, law enforcement products and services. Supporting members are not eligible to vote.
An institution of higher education which offers a program leading to a degree or diploma which does not provide its own functional administrative unit or their own in-house security administrative organization, and senior members of external law enforcement agencies shall be eligible for Affiliate Membership. Affiliate Members are not eligible to vote.
Are those who retired from an IACLEA member institution. Retired members are not eligible to vote.