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L.E.E.P. (Law Enforcement Educational Program) (Webster University Archives)

The description below provides some basic information about the origin of the collection, the materials available, and any restrictions in use that are in place. Note that the list of materials may not be complete as items may be added to the archives throughout the year. Use of the Webster Archives is by appointment only. See our Planning a Visit page for more information. If you have questions, contact the archives staff.

 

Collection description

Administrative/Biographical History: L.E.E.P. was established at Webster in October 1970. The purpose of this program was to "create greater professionalism in criminal justice through higher education." The program was funded by a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Justice. It began at Webster in Oct., 1970, although it was started elsewhere in 1968.

 

Scope/Content: Includes miscellaneous materials related to the program at Webster including news releases, correspondence, curriculum outlines, etc. Also included is material generated by the sponsoring agency, the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.

 

Conditions of Access and Use: The collection is open for research use by appointment only.

 

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use: Copyright restrictions may apply.

 

Languages and Scripts of the Material: Materials entirely in English.