Alaska Police Standards Council

Mission

To produce and maintain a highly trained and positively motivated professional, capable of meeting contemporary law enforcement standards of performance.

Core Services

  • In cases of misconduct by a certified police officer, make a determination whether certification should be revoked.
  • Monitor compliance with current regulations and legislation.
  • Develop, monitor, and revise law enforcement training.
  • Assist academies and departments with funding for academy training.
  • Fund specialized and advanced training for departments.
  • Determine certification eligibility for all police, probation, and correctional officers and issue appropriate level of certificate.
  • Provide smaller agencies across Alaska with assistance in obtaining pre-employment polygraph and psychological testing for officers.

APSC Relocation and Temporary Office Closure

The Alaska Police Standards Council offices will be relocating during the week of April 24th, 2017. Access to telephones, fax machines, computer networks, and files will be disrupted during the entire week. We thank you for your patience during this important move.

After May 1, 2017, please drop by our new offices at 150 3rd St., Suite 202, Juneau, AK 99801. Please note this is a secure building so you will need to contact us by telephone to gain entry.

Our telephone numbers, mailing address, and all other contact information will remain the same.

Council Meetings

The Alaska Police Standards Council will hold its 126th General meeting at 8:00 am on Wednesday, May 3, 2017. The meeting will be a state-wide teleconference with two hub locations for interested persons to attend in person, should they choose. If you would like to participate by telephone, please contact Wendy Menze 907-465-4378 or wendy.menze@alaska.gov for dial-in participation details. Please note our office closure during the week prior to this meeting.

Physical meeting hubs will be located at the offices of the Alaska Police Standards Council, 150 3rd St., Suite 202, Juneau, AK and in the Conference/Training room of the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory, 4805 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, Anchorage, AK.

The meeting will open at 8 am and immediately move into the Executive Session. The General Meeting will reconvene at approximately 9 am. The agenda will include the director's report, status of misconduct investigations, and other administrative matters

Individuals or groups with disabilities who require specific accommodations or alternative communication formats in order to participate, should contact the Alaska Police Standards Council office at 907-465-4378 by close of business on Friday, April 21, 2017, in order to allow time for staff to make the necessary arrangements.