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Indiana Law Enforcement Academy

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Who May Use Videos From ILEA?
The Indiana Law Enforcement Academy will lend videos to any criminal justice agency in the state.  Other organizations must arrange for a criminal justice agency to obtain the materials and show them to their group.  There is a small maintenance charge for this service and all users are expected to comply with the following rules.

Reservation Of Materials
Videos may be scheduled through the mail, in person, by telephone, FAX or E-mail.   You may obtain video scheduling forms through the Learning Resources Center or use your agency letterhead envelope.  Videos should be requested 3 to 4 week in advance to get your first choices, and alternates should be listed on the form in case those are not available.  All orders received by mail or FAX will be confirmed within three days of receipt.

E-Mail: Our staff will respond as soon as possible. Contact us at: cbeck@ilea.in.gov.

When requesting videos, please include the following:
1)  Catalog Number (V- #)
2)  Video Title
3)  Date of Showing or Use
4)  Name & Address with Zip Code & Phone
5)  Method of Shipment--U.P.S. or Pick up in Person
6)  A check for the maintenance fee (payable to ILEA)

Maintenance Charge Or Fee
A fee of $4.00 is assessed for each video.   The Purpose of this charge is to provide for on-going maintenance of the collection, including purchase of replacement videos. PLEASE PAY AT THE TIME MATERIALS ARE REQUESTED OR PICKED UP, otherwise your department will be billed in 30-60 days.

Returning Materials
Users are responsible for the return charges--shipping and insurance. Due to the high cost of replacing videos if lost or damaged in mailing, the Academy requires that all videos be insured for their full value when being returned. United Parcel Services (U.P.S.) will insure materials for their full value and can guarantee overnight delivery.   Videos shipped by U.S. Mail can only be insured up to $500.00.  The value of the materials and due date can be found on the mailing label.

Users should allow at least four weekdays for returned shipments.  Videos must arrive at the Academy by the due date.

Late Or Damaged Videos
If a user returns videos after the due date more than two times in any calendar year (or damaged videos), it may become necessary to deny that person or agency the privilege of using our video services.  All borrowers should return materials immediately after use.  BORROWERS SHOULD KEEP IN MIND THAT LATE RETURNS CAUSE INCONVENIENCE FOR THE NEXT USERS.

Users are responsible for damages, beyond normal wear and tear, and will be expected to pay for the cost of replacement.

How Many Videos Can Be Checked Out?
The staff of the LRC reserves the right to set limits upon the number of videos checked out at any time. FOUR items charged out can be considered reasonable.  We can perhaps, be more flexible during Christmas and summer vacations, since circulation is often slower.

Inservice Training Credits
Complete details concerning the operation of a Distance Learning Site will be sent to you when your application is received and approved.  To receive an application just give our Learning Resources Center a call.

Order ILEA Videos From:
Learning Resources Center
Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
5402 Sugar Grove Road
P.O. Box 313
Plainfield, IN 46168 - 0313

(317) 837-3236
(317) 839-9741 (FAX)

E-MAIL: cbeck@ilea.in.gov

Disclaimer
The Law Enforcement Training Board, the Staff and Librarian of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy attempt to make as many print and video resources as possible available to the State's law enforcement community. However, due to the lack of personnel and the time that would be required to continually review the Learning Resources Center collection, all loans are made without endorsement of their accuracy.

These training aids may depict techniques that are incorrect or no longer considered current.  Responsibility for screening and issuing a disclaimer on any video that contains erroneous comments or illustrations rests solely upon the borrower or instructor using the tape.